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EODM’s Jesse Hughes Interviews Director Brent Wilson about Doo-Wop Doc “Streetlight Harmonies”

“Streetlight Harmonies”, out March 31 via VOD, is the newest documentary from filmmaker Brent Wilson. The film highlights Doo-Wop in a period of time when

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NBC’s “The Voice” Returns with Nick Jonas for Season 18

NBC’s “The Voice” is back with a special two-night event starting Monday, Feb. 24th, 2020. Kelly Clarkson, John Legend, and Blake Shelton return as couches

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Thandie Newton to Star in Cold Iron Pictures’ Neo-Western God’s Country

Emmy® winning actress Thandie Newton, soon to be seen in the third season of HBO’s “Westworld,” will star in director Julian Higgins’ debut feature God’s Country, Cold

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Prizeo and NBC’s “The Voice” Team Up For Charity

To celebrate Nick Jonas’ first season on “The Voice,” Prizeo and NBC are hosting a charity fundraiser to raise money for Beyond Type 1, the

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Love Hurts with Hulu’s Into the Dark: My Valentine

Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Hulu has released “My Valentine” the newest episode of the horror anthology “Into the Dark.” Each episode is inspired

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COSMOS: POSSIBLE WORLDS from Nat Geo Premieres March 9th, 2020

In the vastness of time and the immensity of space, the number of worlds to explore and stories to tell are virtually infinite. The most-watched,

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Small Town Monsters Drops First Look at The Mothman Legacy

Small Town Monsters has released the first trailer for The Mothman Legacy, the latest from cryptid documentarian Seth Breedlove….

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Uncut Gems, Marriage Story, and Parasite win big at the 35th Film Independent Spirit Awards

Top honors were handed out at the 35th Film Independent Spirit Awards ceremony on Feb. 8th, 2020 to The Farewell, Uncut Gems, The Lighthouse, Marriage Story, Judy, Booksmart and See You

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Simon Frederick talks about new Netflix Docu-Series, They’ve Gotta Have Us

Just in time for Black History Month, THEY’VE GOTTA HAVE US is a timely look at the impact of art, activism and race on Black Cinema featuring in-depth interviews with some

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Interview with Ant Timpson, Director of your new favorite film, “Come to Daddy”

I first saw “Come to Daddy” when it screened at Beyond Fest at the Egyptian Theater in Los Angeles last September. I immediately fell in