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Sara Colangelo to Direct ‘What is Life Worth’ Co-Starring Stanley Tucci

February 8, 2019
MadRiver Pictures has announced that Sara Colangelo (The Kindergarten Teacher, Little Accidents) will direct the true-life biographical drama, What Is Life Worth, and joining Academy
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Marcelo Martinessi Speaks on His Recent Film ‘The Heiresses’, Politics, and Gender.

February 6, 2019
ATM: How did you think to up rise the gender bias dynamic in your country and show it in this film?
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Review: ‘Vice’

January 8, 2019
American film director Adam McKay debuts his second biographical comedy-drama feature known as Vice. Starring big names such as Christian Bale,
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Film Analysis: ‘Divide and Conquer: The Story of Roger Ailes’

December 7, 2018
Divide and Conquer: The Story of Roger Ailes expressed a partition between a man who was a pioneer for television and
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Chris Coy and ‘The Front Runner’

November 28, 2018
Chris Coy takes on the role of Kevin Sweeney who was the press secretary of the 1988 Presidential Candidate Gary Hart.
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Madam Secretary’s Nancy Ellen Shore

October 23, 2018
Nancy Ellen Shore talks about her origins and relates the political standards in our society to the show Madam Secretary. ATM:
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Trailer: Active Measures, Film Reveals Putin’s Long Game with Trump

August 2, 2018
ACTIVE MEASURES, a film from director Jack Bryan that details a decades long connection between Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin, including
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“The First Purge” is Unexpectedly Woke

July 11, 2018
A far cry from the home invasion horror of “The Purge,” the newest addition to the franchise swaps out jump scares
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“American Chaos” Trailer Explores the Political Divide

June 23, 2018
This new documentary from Sony Pictures Classics has director James D. Stern asking red states, “Why Trump?” In the six months