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Not Hollywood

by Daniel Coffey

There is a glut of books published on all aspects of film studies: critical analyses of directors’ oeuvres; in-depth explications of classic and contemporary films; film genre readers; and histories of cinema in scores of countries and... Read More

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Candoo!

by Christopher Soden

"Candoo!" is James M. Guiher’s light, satirical play on the nature of success, power, and mortality. A.J. “Candoo” Jones is a rich Texas oil man who buys the Parthenon in Athens, Greece. Apparently, the idea that no one person... Read More

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Swans of the Kremlin

by Monica Carter

“Art at its greatest is fantastically deceitful and complex.” -Vladimir Nabokov Nabokov’s belief couldn’t be more evident than in Christina Ezrahi’s Swans of the Kremlin: Ballet and Power in Soviet Russia, a fascinating study... Read More

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A Death in Concord

by Lee Gooden

Connie Mcfadden Tonsgard has been a finalist in nearly twenty screenplay contests, including those sponsored by the Screenplay Festival and StoryPros. Her new screenplay, "A Death in Concord", has the pace, energy, and twists and turns... Read More

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Jasper's Journey

by Lee Gooden

Jasper’s Journey, a musical drama with original song lyrics, is the story of James Jasper Jenkins, a former headlining Broadway entertainer. A song-and-dance man and star of stage and screen for more than fifteen years, Jasper ruins... Read More

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