June 29, 2022

ScreenRadar’s Final 2022 Oscars Predictions

Thank goodness for opening numbers and a monologue. My very last minute picks are in. I made a very last minute change to may last ...
Posted in News, Steve PrusakowskiTagged

Storytelling in the Metaverse

Over the past two decades I have written over 10 feature screenplays, dozens of short stories and a handful of short films. The wonderful part ...
Posted in Gaming, Lucas LongacreTagged

J.K. Rowling and the Transgender Education

Health Project Manager Charlie Borowicz, a non-binary transgender person and Harry Potter super-fan, discusses author J.K Rowling’s anti-transgender misconceptions   Every July before this year, ...
Posted in Guest BlogsTagged

Did ‘No Way Home’ Set the Stage for Spidey to Leave the MCU?

WARNING: This article contains major spoilers for Spider-Man: No Way Home, and some other MCU films for that matter. It’s safe to say that the ...
Posted in Blogs, Jeff HellerTagged

Jodie Sweetin on ‘Full House’ Fame, Podcasting and Saying “No”

Jodie Sweetin enters the room with a take me as I am confidence that makes no apologies. She seems rooted in something profound after a ...
Posted in Guest Blogs, InterviewsTagged

Interview: Dion Baia Takes Us on a ‘Poker Run’

Dion Baia is an actor, author, podcaster and behind the scenes talent (as well an occasional on-screen personality) on a variety of Fox News programs. ...
Posted in Interviews, Jeff HellerTagged

BendFilm 2021: Keeping Film Front & Center

A little over a 3 hour drive southeast of Portland, nestled near the Cascade Mountains alongside the Deschutes river, sits the city of Bend. Famous ...
Posted in Film Festivals, Interviews, Lucas Longacre, News, VideosTagged

Interview: Composer Alan Silvestri Takes Us ‘Back’ Again

We speak with Academy Award-nominated composer Alan Silvestri about working on Back to the Future: The Musical, as well as composing the iconic portal scene ...
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