by Tony Magistrale
Alone Musing in Front of the Barnes & Noble Magazine Rack
Ten below zero, my world colder than Juneau,
reduced to solid blocks of white & gray;
who can blame a man coughing at the bottom of January
desperate for change & some color, who finds himself
slightly eroticized despite heavy layers of clothing,
his heart blossoming amon More...
by Chiwan Choi
We have a big trip coming up at the end of the month. Our first show in New York City. Actually, our first show anywhere outside of Los Angeles. A two-day event exploring the idea of underground publishing.
But for now, I only want to talk about one of the most awesome people in our city, Jessica Ceballos, and the great work she is doing.
"That looks kind of old-timey. It is a period piece?" Lyndsi LaRose asks her co-stars in the trailer for this short movie.
"No," they say. "It's a comedy about dead people."
Inspired by writer/director Jacob Pinger's offbeat creative temperament as well as his experiences being a cameraman for popular TV shows, Spirit Town is a comedy about a More...
Long before Star Wars, when George Lucas was a student at USC, he made this short entitled Freiheit (Freedom). It was 1966, and Lucas was 22 years old. In this film you can see touches of inspiration -- vibrant editing plus a mixture of live-action and stills -- and you'll also spot classmate Randal Kleiser, who later went on to direct Grease, amon More...
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Carol Green, the creator of Cultural Weekly's original comic series, Life After Birth, is a coach, writer, illustrator, veteran film publicist and wry observer living in Los Angeles.
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