Beyond The Black Rainbow Official Trailer #1 (2012) HD
Beyond The Black Rainbow Official Trailer #1 (2012) HD Subscribe to TRAILERS: bit.ly Set in the strange and oppressive emotional landscape of the year 1983, BEYOND THE BLACK RAINBOW is a Reagan-era fever dream inspired by hazy childhood memories of midnight movies and Saturday morning cartoons. Cosmatos was born in Rome in 1974 to the late… Continue reading Beyond The Black Rainbow Official Trailer #1 (2012) HD
Wrapping up our American International Toy Fair coverage (a.k.a. Mike Ryan’s Nerdfest Happy Fun Time), we spent some time with your brand new Flint and Lady Jaye from “G.I. Joe: Retaliation,” D.J. Cotrona and Adrianne Palicki. I’ll say this from talking to Cotrona and Palicki (and earlier with Jon Chu and The Rock): if these guys aren’t true G.I. Joe fans, boy, Paramount has done an incredible job prepping them… Continue reading Adrianne Palicki and D.J. Cotrona On 'G.I. Joe: Retaliation' And Their Love For Jem And The Holograms And Rainbow Brite
Neil Patrick Harris experienced the ever-rare double rainbow sighting over the weekend. (I think I’ve only seen this twice. It has a weird way of making one feel all warm and fuzzy inside.) Of course, he simply had to share the experience with his fellow Tweeters! “Pic from even earlier in the drive: Oh my god! [...] Continue reading Neil Patrick Harris Spots A Double Rainbow….
Mr. Schuester joined a friend on stage in Britain last night. Songbird Leona Lewis performed “Somewhere Over The Rainbow” with Glee star Matthew Morrison during a show at London’s O2 Arena Wednesday. Joined by Morrison, the 25-year-old later splashed out $12,000 on cocktails as she celebrated with her 20-strong entourage at the exclusive Mahiki Club [...] Continue reading Matthew Morrison Leona Lewis Duet ["Somewhere Over The Rainbow"]
This film, The Rainbow Boy, embodies the true spirit and potential of grassroots funding and support for independent filmmaking.
Filmmaking of this kind is important for passing on indigenous language and heritage. It promotes and develops Navajo talent, and demonstrates an important avenue that other indigenous people can utilize for maintaining language and culture.
True independent filmmaking can't happen without the support of the grassroots film and arts community. So far we have raised $2,210 and need $15,000 to complete! follow link to learn how you can help us make this dream come true!
To help make this project a reality, please contact Norman Patrick Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org.