Filmmaker Alvin Agarrat will direct this documentary, due in 2019, about the lives of Black gay and trans-masculine men living with HIV in 5 cities across the United States South with the highest prevalence of HIV.
LOS ANGELES - Dec. 1, 2018 - -- CHOCOLATE MILK, the feature documentary by Elizabeth Bayne, has received a grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation in the amount of $197,273 to complete production on the film scheduled for release in August 2019.
LOS ANGELES - Nov. 28, 2018 - -- CONTINUING A LEGACY, the short documentary by Elizabeth Bayne, has received full funding to complete production through a grant from Glassbreaker Films. The film is scheduled for completion in May 2019.
The Los Angeles Chinese Film Festival Announces 2nd Annual Festival with a Robust Slate of Films and Panels from 21 Chinese Independent Voices
LOS ANGELES - Oct. 22, 2018 - -- Contact: Stella Xu
"Ask Me How I Feel," a documentary film about a singer's return to the stage after music broke his heart, named a "Project We Love" by Kickstarter
Since his early years in his mother's gospel choir in Millen, GA, soul blues singer Frank Bey has shared a powerful message of love, equality, and unity from the stage. Now, a diverse film crew has come together to spread that message to the world.
LOS ANGELES - Sept. 20, 2018 - -- Mr. Thundder's New Movie Trailer: The Lion Horn of Christ
User Summit Airing To Err is Human, a Patient Safety Documentary Addressing Efforts to Stem the Third Leading Cause of Death in US
With their back against the stump, Lionfox Entertainment Group, intelligently uses the strength of it's parent company, to stay four leaps in front of "Change".
INDIANAPOLIS - Aug. 6, 2018 - -- How does cult cinema survive and thrive in the 21st century? This notion will be explored when Survival of the Film Freaks has its World Premiere at HorrorHound Weekend Film Festival (#H2F2), August 24th-26th in...