V.21 No.3 | 1/19/2012
MMA star Gina Carano debuts in one lean, mean action machine
Must be nice to be Steven Soderbergh. After kicking off the indie film revolution of the ’90s with sex, lies, and videotape, he went on to helm mainstream hits (Out of Sight, Ocean’s Eleven), Oscar winners (Erin Brockovich, Traffic), existential science-fiction films (Schizopolis, Solaris), micro-budget pay-per-view experiments (Bubble, The Girlfriend Experience) and even a TV series or two (“K Street,” “Unscripted”). Few, if any, filmmakers have had the freedom to build such a diverse résumé. Right now, Mr. Soderbergh could be producing and directing Ocean’s Fourteen and no one would be blinking an eye. Instead, he’s off making a low-budget, digital video action flick starring a first-time actor.
We Served Too at National Museum of Nuclear Science and History
Film tells the story of a group of young and determined women during WWII who broke through barriers and shattered stereotypes.
Annual Chile Festival at Shepherd of the Valley Presbyterian Church
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