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Interview: Jeff Vespa (Photographer – “The Art of Discovery”)

Interview: Jeff Vespa (Photographer – “The Art of Discovery”)

The Creative Coalition, the premier nonprofit, nonpartisan social and public advocacy organization of the arts and entertainment community, in partnership with Renaissance Hotels, have launched an inspiring book and traveling art exhibit, “The Art of Discovery.” NOW AVAILABLE, the book published by Rizzoli, a premier retailer and publisher, features insightful stories edited by The Creative Coalition’s

Interview: Sabine Lidl (Director – ‘Nan Goldin: I Remember Your Face’)

Documentarian Sabine Lidl’s intimate portrait of New York photographer Nan Goldin is as uncompromising and unvarnished as the snapshots that have come to define Goldin as arguably one of the most influential, celebrated and controversial photographers of her generation. Goldin’s work was first exhibited in the 70s but she burst onto the art scene with The

Interview: Jane Weinstock (Director, Co-Writer— ‘The Moment’)

‘THE MOMENT‘ tells the story of a war photographer, Lee (Jennifer Jason Leigh), and her harrowing return home after narrowly surviving a suicide bombing. When her boyfriend John disappears under mysterious circumstances and Lee suffers a nervous breakdown, Lee’s recovery is complicated by her belief that she may have killed him. Lee’s search for the

New York Film Academy Launches Military Service Member Scholarship

In appreciation of the brave men and women who protect our nation, the New York Film Academy is providing an exclusive opportunity for military service members and honorably discharged veterans to receive a 4-Week Scholarship to study at either our Los Angeles or New York campus during the 2014 calendar year. NYFA offers a three 4-Week Scholarships–one

Review: ’24 Exposures’

Written & Directed by Joe Swanberg Starring Adam Wingard, Simon Barrett, Caroline White, Sophia Takal, Helen Rogers ‘24 Exposures,’ the latest in a long string of recent projects from mumblecore pioneer Joe Swanberg, is a competently acted, relatively low-key (given its lurid subject matter) pseudo-thriller that is populated with too many thinly-fleshed out characters. But

Interview: Elizabeth L. Gilbert (Photojournalist) & Matt Goldman (Director) – ‘THE LAST SAFARI’

‘The Last Safari‘ follows the story of a photojournalist’s quest for meaning through the unforgiving landscape of remote Kenya as she sets out in search of the tribes-people she documented a decade earlier, dodging everything from bullets and floods, to heat strokes along the way. Elizabeth L. Gilbert began her career as a war photographer

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