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Vote below for this week's Project of the Week. The winning filmmaker will receive a digital distribution consultation from SnagFilms and will become a candidate for Project of the Month. That winner will be awarded with a creative consultation from the fine folks at the Tribeca Film Institute! The four projects up for the prize: "Money for Nothing: Inside the Federal Reserve," "Liars Club," "Medal of Victory" and "Doc of the Dead." Voting will end on Monday November 19, at 11Am Eastern. Which Project Do You Most Want to See? »
Here's your daily dose of an indie film in progress; at the end of the week, you'll have the chance to vote for your favorite. In the meantime: Is this a movie you’d want to see? Tell us in the comments. "Money for Nothing: Inside the Federal Reserve" Tweetable Logline: Everything you've ever wanted to know about the Federal Reserve, but were afraid to ask. Elevator Pitch: Whether you're buying a gallon of gas, a loaf of bread, or a condo, the Federal Reserve is taking unprecedented actions that affect your life, but most people know very little about America's central bank. "Money For Nothing" traces 100 years of Fed history, details the Fed's central role in the 2008 financial meltdown, and asks whether today's Fed policies are sowing the seeds of an even bigger crisis. Join top Fed officials, famous economists, investors, and traders as they debate the decisions that led the. »
Bunheads Marathon to Lead into Summer Finale
After getting a quickie marriage and hightailing it out of Vegas, Michelle thought that life would be different, better. There'd be stability, there'd be quiet, and there'd be someone to come home to at night that cared about her in a way that nobody else ever had. But all that was shattered once her husband Hubbell was in a car accident and lost his life only 48 hours after they exchanged their vows. Rather than moving back to her apartment or finding another city to go to, she opted to stay in Paradise, California, where Hubbell had been living with his mother. Whether the extended stay came from a sense of obligation, guilt, grief, a lack of direction, or some combination thereof, what matters is that Michelle has found a different type of home with all the other bunheads.
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- Shilo Adams
Bunheads S01E05: "Money for Nothing"
Money is a necessary evil.oh, screw that, money is awesome. You use it to buy cool things. But in the world of dance, it can be an impediment to self-expression. .I.m an artist, okay?. Fanny says. .I don.t think about money.. Everyone should be able to dance in Fanny.s eyes, and she has a point. How do you put a price tag on creativity and performance?
On the flip side, how do you not? Dance studios have expenses. Dance studio owners have expenses.... More >> »
- Louis Peitzman
For the first time since Bunheads premiered, an episode was evenly split between the adults and the teens.
"Money For Nothing" was thematic again, with Boo working for money, Fanny and Michelle needing money and Michelle flat out refusing to teach for it.
Boo, again proving she is the most normal of the four lead bunheads, got a job at The Oyster Bar. The assistant manager asked her to jump in the dumpster and then return into the restaurant. Might I suggest a hazmat suit to keep from smelling a walking sewage system? He wanted her to do this in a bar serving oysters, no less. Of all the things that have happened on Bunheads so far, that was by far the most unbelievable.
To round that into a product placement moment with a snack size bag of Lays potato chips made the scene all the more annoying. Please note »
- email@example.com (Carissa Pavlica)
While "Bunheads" seemed like it was going to be a "Gilmore Girls"-esque meditation on small-town life with a dance studio at the center of the action, things got a little heavy when a main character died in the pilot. Now that we've reached Episode 4, the dancing is back front and center as the girls at Fanny's school audition for the Joffrey Ballet.
Except there's not actually much dancing in "Money for Nothing," star Kaitlyn Jenkins tells Zap2it in a recent on-set interview. The 20-year-old actress who plays young dancer Boo Jordan promises that it'll be okay, because there's plenty of character development.
"You really get to see Boo and Sasha mature in this episode. You get to see Boo's passion and how dedicated she becomes to this -- kind of obsessed a little bit," Jenkins explains. "I think lots of girls will be able to relate to Boo »
This might be a little on the obscure side of the gaming fence, but lets give it a go, these are forgotten gems after all. This one is from the days when people used their PC for gaming, before the console market crushed this idea, then the internet came along and the PC became a Facebook machine. But anyways, this title was released in 1996 for that Dos, everybody’s favourite operating system.
Although it was developed in the colonies, now know as the United States of America, The Gene Machine was a very British adventure.
Being British is Cool!
Set in the olden days, Victorian London, the 19th century to be exact. The title followed the gentlemanly adventures of Piers Featherstonehaugh, and his ever tolerant and trusty servant and side kick Mossop. Our man has just returned from the Americas “having completed a secret mission of the upmost importance to »
- Rob John Downer
7 items from 2012
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