Monthly Archives: April 2020

Hollywood’s Great Depression: Meet the Entertainment Workers Left Jobless by the Coronavirus Pandemic — Networthy Newz

Mac Brandt was one of the lucky ones. For the past six years, he’s made a living purely from acting, appearing in television shows like “Kingdom” and “Arrested Development,” and scrounging up enough jobs to pay the bills without having … Continue reading

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The 10 best documentaries to watch on Netflix right now — The US Sun

IF you’re looking for a new docu-series to binge while in lockdown then look no further. With some harrowing, some humorous and some downright bizarre, there’s a variety for all documentary lovers. 1. The Trials of Gabriel Fernandez Thi harrowing … Continue reading

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‘These Women Will Show You A Side Of New York You’ve Never Seen Before’: Director Crystal Moselle On HBO’s ‘Betty’ — CBS New York

The director previews her new show about a group of young women skateboarding in New York and how they changed her life. via ‘These Women Will Show You A Side Of New York You’ve Never Seen Before’: Director Crystal Moselle On … Continue reading

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PBS Television Series ‘POV’ Announces Historic 33rd Season — But Why Tho? A Geek Community

POV’s historic 33rd season premieres on PBS this summer with stories of hope and shared humanity during these unprecedented times. via PBS Television Series ‘POV’ Announces Historic 33rd Season — But Why Tho? A Geek Community

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One man, one recliner, a world of movies — Coupeville Sports

I watched 29 films in an afternoon. So now, even though I’ve never remotely been anywhere close to Texas in my life, I can still say I attended the South by Southwest 2020 Film Festival. Sort of. SXSW normally lights … Continue reading

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From “The Office” to “Hollywood” without leaving television — archyde

New batch of recommendations for this week of confinement Hollywood Ryan Murphy, one of the great fiction creators that Netflix signed exclusively to the checkbook, premieres “Hollywood”, a miniseries set in the 1940s that follows a group of young actors … Continue reading

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Journal | Coping with COVID-19 — The Lefthanded Project

I still can’t believe that this was my first and last trip to the beach for summer 2020. I remember being stoked about going to Jomalig because it’s something I’ve been planning to do but had been putting off for … Continue reading

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Blog | Putting Order into Chaos — The Lefthanded Project

I previously wrote a short post about how I cope with the global pandemic through a number of simple things I do at home that help me alleviate and manage my depression, anxiety, and stress. But despite all the efforts, … Continue reading

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Documentary Festival Testimonial – April 29 2020

Filmmaker Claire Downey It was honestly crazy! It’s been an entire year now since we ended post production, and I haven’t interacted with my own documentary in probably five months. I found the feedback to be extremely refreshing and it … Continue reading

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Making Memories: Polaroid Style — THE DIARY OF ELLIE

If you know me then you’ll know I love photography. I love nature photography and I also really enjoy product photography for my blog. But what I love the most is just making memories with pictures. My favourite way to … Continue reading

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