Gabrielle Alexandra Smith
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Michele Weaver, Love Is___

August 14, 2018
Love is not seen realistically through the eyes of black women. There happens to be a show that expresses how women
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Matthew Somerville Personifies Sava River in New Film

August 14, 2018
Conflict is what contributed to the Sava River located in Europe. Matthew Somerville explores the ins and outs of the expansion
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Raphael Benoliel Explains Film as an Art Form and Mission Impossible: Fallout

August 13, 2018
Mission Impossible: Fallout is the latest addition to the franchise. Tom Cruise does a superb job jumping through the air, completing
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Alexandra Cuerdo Continues to Sale Out Due to Film about Filipino Cuisines

August 13, 2018
Years ago, Filipino food had a lack of representation in the United States. Filmmaker Alexandra Cuerdo’s persistence and trials brought this issue to
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Gerard Flores Focuses on Men Discrimination Onscreen

August 9, 2018
Have you ever wondered why there are not many all male cast television shows? There is always one male lead in the industry.
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Harry Gregson-Williams Discusses Equalizer 2 and Emmy Nomination

August 5, 2018
Hollywood’s most sought-after composers is Harry Gregson-Williams. He composed both for The Equalizer 1 and 2. His work allows one to gravitate emotionally
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Erika Respress, Trade Show Manager Talks Hair Inside Entertainment

August 2, 2018
The Bronner Brothers International Beauty Show Mid-Summer is a show not to miss. Trade Show Manager Erika Respress is a powerful
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David M. Rosenthal’s Apocalyptical Side

August 1, 2018
A sudden apocalypse threatens the West Coast and spreads throughout the rest of the world in the Netflix film How It Ends.
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A Whale of a Tale Documentary

August 1, 2018
The Japanese and Westerners seem to not see eye to eye on wildlife and aspects of nature. Megumi Sasaki’s documentary A Whale
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Vas Saranga talks New Film “Little Italy”

July 31, 2018
Little Italy is a romantic comedy movie about two groups having a pizzeria rivalry. Vas Saranga plays Jogi who is an