"UNFAIR" will be screening in 674 theaters tomorrow night through Fathom Events.
Twenty-seven years ago this summer, millions of conservative Americans were riveted to their televisions over six days as they watched some of the most compelling Congressional testimony ever given. Because what they saw bothered them immensely.
In the pantheon of World War II films of the non-bloodbath kind, there are some standards like “Kelly’s Heroes” (1970), “The Dirty Dozen” (1967) and “Where Eagles Dare” (1968).
There are films that have great messages that must be seen in order for a necessary public discussion to be had. Unfortunately, most of these films have been made in the past and they were made by filmmakers and studios who were in it for the art AND the commerce.
“The Fifth Estate” is a film that takes audiences inside the life of a paranoid, dissociative, manipulative and yet brilliant man named Julian Assange as he tries to take down the world as he sees it.
In less than forty-eight hours, Republican New Jersey Governor Chris Christie will be winning re-election for a second term as the Capo Di Capi of the Garden State.
Most Hollywood screenwriters have arduous stories to tell of how they wrote and then got their films made. However, not many screenwriters did time in solitary confinement for having too many typewriter ribbons in their prison cell. Yes, typewriter ribbons. As Screenwriter/Producer Galley Molina told The Williams View, his road to making I’M IN LOVE WITH A CHURCH GIRL is an incredible tale on its own.
On Tuesday, Sept. 24, 2013 actor and producer Kirk Cameron debuted UNSTOPPABLE in more than 700 select movie theaters across the country through NCM Fathom Events, in partnership with Provident Films.
UNITED 93 (2006) is a movie that holds a strange, moving place in American film history. It is a film that is not often shown on television (cable or non-cable channels) and a film that sadly, hasn’t been embraced by the film world as the modern Classic and testament that it is.
"We need to tell our stories. 'George Washington' is a movie that should be made from a conservative standpoint. You know, the founding of America. These types of movies should be made on our side. At the same time, I think we need to do small documentaries like the '2016’s' of the world. More of that stuff. There is a whole world out there on TV that we could be exploring."
2012 was a big year for documentary films by conservative filmmakers with Runaway Slave, my own film Fear of a Black Republican, and 2016: Obama’s America hitting America’s movie screens.