Stream below for our 1on1 interview with director, Sean Menard! Directed by Sean Menard, UNINTERRUPTED’s The Carter Effect focuses its lens on the cultural impact of Vince Carter, former NBA all-star and face of the Toronto Raptors franchise from 1998-2004. While every city has a deep affection for their sports heroes, the relationship between Carter… [Read More]
Crossett, Arkansas bills itself as the “Forestry Capital of the South”. It’s a small community, but it is home to a Georgia-Pacific paper mill…. Company Town is an exposé of not only the company’s practices, but also of the impotence of the government agencies we rely on to prevent such problems.
In the second English language adaptation of H.G. Wells’ The Island of Dr. Moreau, Michael York plays the protagonist, Andrew Braddock, who washes ashore of said island. Nursed back to health by the ‘good’ doctor, played by Burt Lancaster, he finds himself admiring the lovely Maria (Barbara Carrera) and both disgusted and intrigued by the variety… [Read More]
The story of Tupac Shakur is told through flashbacks in Summit Entertainment’s All Eyez on Me, as an incarcerated Shakur (mid-1990s) shares his story from Clinton Correctional Facility. Beginning in 1971, we see Shakur’s life grow in political aspiration and musical power from his parents’ leadership and outside forces that impacted his life. The audience… [Read More]
Available now in Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital HD, Disneynature’s Born in China takes us on a breath-taking adventure to see three families animals – pandas, golden monkeys, and snow leopards, as well as a herd of antelope- in their natural habitat in the wild. Directed by China’s own Lu Chuan and narrated by The Office’s Jon Krasinski, the film… [Read More]
Selected for the Oscar-qualifying HollyShorts Film Festival, The Fare is a chilling story of human trafficking starring Johnny Ortiz (American Crime) and Noemi Pedraza. Written and directed by Santiago Palandine, the film tells of a young Ecuadorian teenager ensnared in a sex trafficking organization, who finds himself ordered to transport a fourteen-year-old girl from his… [Read More]
Thirty-five years after it came out, audiences can win a free copy of Steven Spielberg’s E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial. Post in the comments below with your favorite Spielberg moment – from any of his films – to enter for a chance to win. The press release: AVAILABLE WITH 4K UHD AND BLU-RAY™ ON SEPTEMBER 12, 2017 FROM… [Read More]
I Do… Until I Don’t follows a filmmaker named Vivian (played by Dolly Wells), as she’s making a documentary about marriage and its challenges. She focuses her film on three dysfunctional couples – Lake Bell and Ed Helms, who are trying to have a baby, Amber Heard and Wyatt Cenac, who have more of an… [Read More]
In 1947 hundreds of years of British rule over India came to an end with the creation of two countries: India and Pakistan, and the largest mass population migration in history. Viceroy’s House is a kind of Upstairs/Downstairs view of that history.
Who can you trust? That concept is central in the new spy thriller from Michael Apted, Unlocked. The story focuses on Alice Racine (Noomi Rapace), who we first see working as a social worker in London. But she used to be one of the CIA’s top interrogators. Her job was to “unlock” the information in… [Read More]