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Heart to Heart

30 December 2009 11:02 AM, PST | backstage.com | See recent Backstage news »

Robert Duvall first met Jeff Bridges in the late 1960s, when the latter was only 18. "He was just a kid with a guitar," Duvall recalls. "This was back when his dad was 50 and I was pushing 40. Look at us now." Indeed, 40 years later finds both actors with illustrious careers behind—and likely still ahead of—them. With iconic roles in movies like "Apocalypse Now," "The Great Santini," and the first two "Godfathers," Duvall has become a film institution. And he shows no signs of slowing down, currently appearing on screens in the post-apocalyptic drama "The Road." Bridges began his career with appearances on his father Lloyd's TV shows and has established himself as one of America's best and most beloved actors in films such as "The Last Picture Show," "Iron Man," and "The Big Lebowski." Now the two are sharing the screen for the first time in writer-director Scott Cooper's lyrical drama "Crazy Heart, »

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The Tinto Brass Collection Volume III - Promo Trailer

28 October 2009 8:22 AM, PDT | Latemag.com/film | See recent LateFilmFull news »

Welcome to the sexual revolution as only Tinto Brass could have imagined it! Featuring Deadly Sweet (Col Cuore in Gola) a cinema fumetti pop art giallo thriller, starring the sexy Ewa Aulin (Candy). The Howl (L’Urlo) a surreal cult classic, with Tina Aumont (daughter of Maria Montez) now for the first time ever Uncut on DVD. And Attraction (Nerosubianco), a psychedelic pop art experience, with music by Freedom (ex Procal Harum)

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Justine Bateman and FM78 Crew Blaze Ahead with ‘Molls’ and ‘Candy, Inc.’

27 April 2009 2:18 PM, PDT | Tubefilter.com | See recent Tubefilter News news »

On a rainy day in early March, I stopped by the West Hollywood offices of FM78.tv, the original online content production company headed up by Justine Bateman, Jill Kushner, Peter Murrieta, and Alan Sereboff. The company's first project, The Molls Show, which is written and directed by Molly McAleer and executive produced by FM78, is out now at TheMollsShow.com with the release of their third episode today. They've also announced their second project, Candy Inc., which will star Bateman along with comedians Jeff Garlin, Judd Nelson, Buck Henry, Wallace Langham, Beverly D'Angelo, Suzi Nakamura, and Doug Stanhope, with Steve Pink as director. »

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Frost/Nixon DVD Release: Kevin Bacon Interview

22 April 2009 10:19 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Interview | See recent The Hollywood Interview news »

By Terry Keefe

Frost/Nixon comes to DVD this week with special features which include a director's commentary from Ron Howard. Below is an in-depth interview with Frost/Nixon co-star Kevin Bacon, which also covers his recent starring role in Taking Chance.

(Note: This article appeared in the February 2009 issue of Venice Magazine. )

Kevin Bacon: Hollywood’s Long Distance Runner

Memo to young stars: If you want to know how to manage an acting career, study the project choices of Kevin Bacon. After Footloose, he was as big as any of the young stars of the 80s, but, a few years later, deftly avoided being lumped in with the pop culture relics of a fading decade by a small role he took in 1991’s JFK, for director Oliver Stone, then at the height of his filmmaking, and press-creating, powers. Bacon’s screen time was brief as gay hustler Willie O’Keefe, »

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2009 Los Angeles Acting Schools and Coaches Listings

25 March 2009 1:59 AM, PDT | backstage.com | See recent Backstage news »

Acting COACHINGThe following individuals or companies specialize in one-on-one acting coaching. Private coaching is also available from the majority of those listed in the "Acting Schools and Classes" category. Coaches in other specialties, such as musical theatre, voiceover, or young performers, are listed in those categories.Jules Aaron(323) 660-7342Aaron, the former head of of graduate programs at CalArts and U.C. Riverside, is an award-winning director and acting teacher. He has won directing awards from the L.A. Drama Critics Circle and Back Stage. He coaches actors for specific auditions, develops appropriate monologues, and conducts cold reading sessions. By audition only.Phyllis APPLEGATEOne-On-One(323) 655-5167Emmy-nominated character actor Applegate studied at the Lee Strasberg Institute on scholarship. She offers ongoing individual performance coaching combining Strasberg's methods with her own. Applegate coaches actors on audition techniques, cold readings, character creation, scene study, and text interpretation.The Audition COACHWest Hollwood, www.myspace. »

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Kevin Bacon: The Hollywood Interview

2 March 2009 7:05 PM, PST | The Hollywood Interview | See recent The Hollywood Interview news »

Kevin Bacon: Hollywood’s Long Distance Runner

By Terry Keefe

[Note: This article is appearing in this month's issue of Venice Magazine.]

Memo to young stars: If you want to know how to manage an acting career, study the project choices of Kevin Bacon. After Footloose, he was as big as any of the young stars of the 80s, but, a few years later, deftly avoided being lumped in with the pop culture relics of a fading decade by a small role he took in 1991’s JFK, for director Oliver Stone, then at the height of his filmmaking, and press-creating, powers. Bacon’s screen time was brief as gay hustler Willie O’Keefe, who was a key witness in the conspiracy case being but together by Kevin Costner’s character, Jim Garrison, but Bacon was able to showcase his acting chops in a role unlike any he had been seen in before on-screen. Perception-wise, he was also in some very good acting company in JFK, »

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