V.29 No.8 | 2/20/2020
Student Becomes Teacher
See Are We There Yet? with director Q&A or The Breakfast Club. Apply for a grant from the John Pinto Native Filmmakers Memorial Fund.
Locked and Loaded
“Locke & Key” on Netflix
“Locke & Key” offers up some clever dark fantasy—imaginative, original and occasionally quite spooky. And if it puts you in the mood to read/re-read Hill and Rodriquez’ original comic afterward, all the better.
V.29 No.7 | 2/13/2020
Film up in Fe
Check out the Santa Fe Film Festival and Blonde Crazy.
“Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist” on NBC
Ultimately, your enjoyment of “Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist” will depend upon how much deep-seated wisdom you ascribe to random pop music lyrics.
V.29 No.6 | 2/6/2020
No Hosts Is Good Hosts
“The Oscars” on ABC
Citing the success of last year’s host-free 91st presentation, ABC said it will once again dispense with the “traditional host.”
This week there's the Books to Big Screen film series, “Art of War” test screening/fundraising event, Harriet and a 50th Anniversary Celebration in honor of “Sesame Street."
V.29 No.5 | 1/30/2020
While you wait for Netflix to call you back with a job offer, go see Making Waves: The Art of Cinematic Sound, The Searchers and a salute to ’80s icon John Hughes.
courtesy of the NFL
Chiefs vs. Pups
Super Bowl weekend around the dial
As football fans undoubtedly know, there's a battle coming this weekend. Should you watch the Kansas City Chiefs or should you watch puppies?
V.29 No.4 | 1/23/2020
This week you can see Neruda, a sing-along version of The Sound of Music, Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark and Ratatouille. And it's time to send in your 2-minute audition for the Actors Showcase.
NBC goes streaming with Peacock
NBC, the network you currently get for free over the airwaves, would like you to start forking over some more of that sweet subscription video on demand money.