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Zachary Quinto Mourns the Death of His Dog: "In Loving Him I Learned to Love Myself"

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Zachary Quinto Mourns the Death of His Dog:
A post shared by Zachary Quinto (@zacharyquinto) on Apr 19, 2017 at 10:07pm Pdt Zachary Quinto is mourning the death of his beloved dog, Noah, who passed away earlier this week. The Star Trek actor shared the sad news on Instagram on Thursday. Along with a cute photo of the two, Zachary penned a touching tribute that reads as follows: "anyone who has ever truly known me in the last 14 years has known this true prince. noah has been by my side through up and down. thick and thin. feast and famine. in loving him i learned to love myself more fully. he taught me compassion and patience and generosity... and oh how he made me laugh. he made friends wherever he went. his spirit was pure. his love was legend. i am a better person for having had him in my life. but tonight we had to let him go.
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Film Festival Roundup: Woodstock Reveals Slate, Mill Valley Unveils Lineup, Hamptons Picks Opening And Closing Night Offerings

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Film Festival Roundup: Woodstock Reveals Slate, Mill Valley Unveils Lineup, Hamptons Picks Opening And Closing Night Offerings
Keep up with the always-hopping film festival world with our weekly Film Festival Roundup column. Check out last week’s Roundup right here.

Full Lineup Announcements

– The fiercely independent 17th Annual Woodstock Film Festival presents an outstanding lineup of films to be shown in Woodstock, New York, as well as Rhinebeck, Rosendale, Saugerties, and Kingston. The festival runs October 13 – 16.

The festival opens on October 13 with the World Premiere of “Blind,” a romantic narrative feature written by Michael Mailer (son of famed American author Norman Mailer) and starring Alec Baldwin (who will attend the screening with Mailer) and Demi Moore. You can find out more about the slate right here.

– The Mill Valley Film Festival, presented by the California Film Institute, has announced the complete lineup for the 39th edition of the Festival, taking place October 6 – 16. The 11-day event will screen films across Marin County and will feature premieres, panel discussions,
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Juno Co-Stars Ellen Page And Allison Janney Reunite For Tallulah

Though there is always the chance that disappointment could once again rear its ugly head, it is difficult not to wonder whether the discussion around the topic of women in film has brought the issue to some kind of tipping point – a moment where perhaps conversation and rhetoric might finally give way to concrete action and results.

At the present time, the feminism-heavy Mad Max: Fury Road is engaged in a box-office tug of war with the female driven, female-directed Pitch Perfect 2. In addition, the female-driven movie Carol has taken the Cannes Film Festival by storm, as has the female-led Sicario, by Denis Villeneuve. These are films that actively centre on women, and are stories that occur outside of any comic book realm, or cohesive cinematic universe. Industry observers might be forgiven for thinking that this is just another passing phase, and that the discriminatory status quo will ultimately hold firm – but then,
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Briefs: The "Doctor Who" Movie, Zachary Quinto Wants Companionship, and the Season Premiere of "Old Dogs & New Tricks"

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Birthday shoutouts go to Christian Bale (above), who is 39, Phil Collins is 62, and Vanessa Redgrave is 76. *Sigh* In ratings news ... you already know where I'm going ... last night's The New Normal hit another series low. Meanwhile, the first Happy Endings of the night was down a bit, but the second episode improved on the numbers from the canceled Don't Trust the B. BBC America is co-producing the Doctor Who TV movie An Adventure in Space and Time, about the origins of the series, which will no doubt coincide with the 50th anniversary later this year. Michael Urie's first post-Partners gig will be guest starring on Hot In Cleveland.Barbra Streisand is going to perform on The Academy Awards for the first time in 36 years. So how long before the non-apology apology? Finally! It's been far too long, but below you can see the Nsfw! Episode One of Season
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Zachary Quinto's Dog Eat Dog on Petsami, FishBowl's YouTube channel (Video)

Zachary Quinto's short film is now promoted by FishBowl Worldwide Media, a next generation studio founded by entertainment industry veterans Vin Di Bona and Bruce Gersh. The company announced a partnership today with Zachary Quinto.s production company, Before The Door Pictures, for exclusive digital distribution rights of Dog Eat Dog, starring Quinto and Philip Baker Hall. From the press release: The worldwide digital premiere of Dog Eat Dog is only available online on Petsami, FishBowl.s pet-centric YouTube channel. Beginning today, viewers can go to Petsami to watch the short film, which raised more than $30,000 dollar via its Kickstarter campaign and tells the story of Quinto.s personal dog adoption experience. In addition, Dog Eat Dog marks the first Petsami original
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FishBowl Worldwide Media Acquires Zachary Quinto's 'Dog Eat Dog'

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FishBowl Worldwide Media Acquires Zachary Quinto's 'Dog Eat Dog'
FishBowl Worldwide Media has acquired exclusive digital distribution rights to "Dog Eat Dog," a short written and directed by Sian Heder that stars Zachary Quinto and Philip Baker Hall. "Dog Eat Dog" is based on Quinto's own experience of adopting a dog. Two dog owners vie for the same pup, going to outrageous lengths to secure a new pet. It screened at the Los Angeles Film Festival but has scarcely been seen otherwise. A kickstarter campaign raised $30,000 for the film's budget and Los Angeles dog shelters.   The short will debut Wednesday on Petsami, FishBowl's
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Zachary Quinto’s Short Film Comes To Fishbowl’s Petsami

Zachary Quinto is set to make a splash this year when he portrays Spock in the upcoming Star Trek: Into Darkness. Before the summer, however, Quinto is biding his time with several other projects. A short film starring the former Heroes star has popped up on Fishbowl Worldwide Media's Petsami channel. The film is titled Dog Eat Dog, and it follows Quinto as he attempts to adopt a dog. Along the way, he faces a series of trials alongside director Sian Heder, co-star Philip Baker Hall, and, because this is Petsami, a host of adawwable wittle puppies. Watching the film, I kept getting scared; I still picture Quinto as a cold, calculating serial killer, and I wanted assurance that no animals were harmed in the making of this film. Dog Eat Dog started as a Kickstarter campaign in 2011, and was completed after raising more than $30,000. On the film, Quinto
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Zachary Quinto, Topher Grace and Johnny Galecki RSVP to 'Invitation'

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Director Karyn Kusama's ready to get the party started.

The "Girlfight," "Æon Flux" and "Jennifer's Body" director's now pulled a cast together for her next thriller, "Invitation," which is expect to start production this summer.

According to Deadline, "Star Trek" star Zachary Quinto, Topher Grace, "The Big Bang Theory" star Johnny Galecki, and Luke Wilson have all signed on for the flick.

Wilson will star as a man who gets an invitation to his ex-wife's dinner party and quickly discovers she and her new pals are up to no good. Nope, this just isn't another "Dinner for Schmucks." This shindig's gonna be deadly.

No word yet on how production on "Invitation" impacts Kusama's other planned project for the year, "The Rut" with Chloe Moretz, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, and Ray Liotta. Filming on "The Rut" was expected to begin this year, with a 2013 release date anticipated.

Zachary Quinto's completed
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