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Cinemit Podcast: Episode 005 - Favorite Documentaries!

Submitted by melissa on October 4, 2013 - 5:45am


 

Download here! - now available to subscribe in iTunes!

Welcome to the Cinemit podcast! Each week, I'll be your host (Melissa Hanson) and we'll have a different set of guests which will most likely include Cinemit members. We'll be discussing different topics, but we'll always talk about what we watched.

Joining us this week is Jeremy Harmon aka Spirit of the Thing as well as Brad Slaton, Night of the Ranting Brad of the Picking Brains podcast.

Question of the week:
What's your favorite documentary?

Watch It Now: Netflix Instant additions for October 1st!

Submitted by melissa on October 1, 2013 - 5:45am


 

Clint Eastwood, Milla Jovovich, Patrick Swayze, William Shatner and David Duchovny all have movies on today's list. Oldies but goodies!

'Ritechus Cry' - Latest Short Film from Jacolby Percy

Submitted by melissa on September 30, 2013 - 5:45am


 

Showing at the Hollywood Black Film Festival
on Sunday, October 6

A former local hip hop artist named Ritechus Coltray tries to keep his tough bravado image while secretly dealing with suicidal thoughts and the harsh reality of the real world, his family, and everyday life. A guy who was once revered as the next big southern artist is now screaming out for help as he tries to overcome his destructive habits before it is too late.

Two years ago, I attended the Urbanworld Film Festival in New York where I saw a short film, A Higher Power, that blew me away. I interviewed the writer/director, Jacolby Percy, for MovieBuzzers. His new short film, Ritechus Cry looks to have the same intensity, honestly and hopefulness.

Lady of the Week: Ingrid Bergman

Submitted by melissa on September 29, 2013 - 3:59pm


 

Perhaps most well known for her role in Casablanca (1942) with Humphrey Bogart, Ingrid Bergman defined Hollywood glamour.  She stars in some of my favorite films of the 40s such as Gaslight (1944) and two Hitchcock classics, Spellbound (1945) and Notorious (1946).

Gaslight (1944)
Academy Award for Best Actress
Years after her aunt was murdered in her home, a young woman moves back into the house with her new husband. However, he has a secret which he will do anything to protect, even if that means driving his wife insane.
It also stars a young Angela Lansbury (Murder She Wrote).

In desperate need of a re-watch, but I remember this being one of the first truly suspenseful movies I had ever seen.

Cinemit Podcast: Episode 004 - Top Actors of the past 25 years (part 2)

Submitted by melissa on September 27, 2013 - 5:45am


 

Download here! - now available to subscribe in iTunes!

Welcome to the Cinemit podcast! Each week, I'll be your host (Melissa Hanson) and we'll have a different set of guests which will most likely include Cinemit members. We'll be discussing different topics, but we'll always talk about what we watched.

This week joining us for the first time is Jeremy Harmon aka Spirit of the Thing as well as the regulars: the Cinemit forum moderator and contributor, Michael Petrelli, who most will know as Petrocs, Brad Slaton, Night of the Ranting Brad of the Picking Brains podcast and Cori Frede of Making Cents of It who puts together the list of movie deals every week.

Question of the week:
Who would be on your list?

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