Geena Davis’ Bentonville Film Festival Announces Jury, Panels and Special Events

12 RENOWNED JURORS WILL PRESENT 4 AWARDS INCLUDING BEST NARRATIVE, BEST DOCUMENTARY, BEST SHORT AND BEST EPISODICNINE PANELS WILL DISCUSS TOPICS INCLUDING WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP, REPRESENTATION AND DIVERSITY IN ENTERTAINMENT, SOCIAL CHANGE AND BRANDING BFF WILL OPEN WITH A SPOTLIGHT SCREENING OF OGE EGBUONU’S ACCLAIMED DIRECTORIAL DEBUT, (IN)VISIBLE PORTRAITS 6th Festival Takes Place Continue Reading

Quibi – ABOUT FACE with Rose Huntington-Whiteley – Trailer and Images

Discover the business behind the beauty. -Premiering on Quibi August 10, 2020 – On August 10, model and beauty mogul Rosie Huntington-Whiteley teams up with the titans of the beauty industry for About Face, a six-episode series for Quibi. In About Face, Huntington-Whiteley explores the entrepreneurship that built the beauty empires Continue Reading

Inara George (The Bird and The Bee) launches “Road Angel Project” benefit with “Sex In Cars” duet with Dave Grohl (Foo Fighters)

New charity initiative is partnership with Sweet Relief’s COVID-19 Relief Fund benefiting career musicians, music industry workers. Visit Rolling Stone for more info. The Bird and The Bee vocalist Inara George has teamed with Dave Grohl of Foo Fighters for a new single “Sex In Cars: Road Angel Project,” a duet version of the track “Sex In Cars” from George’s latest release “The Youth of Angst”. The song Continue Reading

Netflix’s i’m thinking of ending things | official trailer debut

Release Date: September 4, 2020Written for the screen and Directed by Charlie Kaufman Produced by Anthony Bregman, p.g.a., Charlie Kaufman, p.g.a., Robert Salerno, p.g.a., Stefanie Azpiazu, p.g.a. Based on the book by Iain Reid Starring Jesse Plemons, Jessie Buckley, Toni Collette, David Thewlis about i’m thinking of ending things:Despite second Continue Reading

Bourgie Hall opens its door with 36 concerts from September 16 through November 18!

Bourgie Hall had planned to unveil its 10th season—a dazzling one by all accounts—last April 2. The pandemic intervened heavily on the 2020–2021 season’s original programming, and some 110 concerts were completely upended. After months of waiting, much uncertainty, cancellations, and multiple relaunch scenarios, they are finally able to announce the Continue Reading