Meghan McCain hosts tastemaker blog Refinery 29 at her LA home to talk about style, politics, and her new show on Pivot.
Tour of Meghan McCain’s L.A. Digs
By Ali Hoffman
Refinery 29 – July 23, 2014
If there’s such a thing as a “typical” politician’s kid (see Katie Holmes in First Daughter), Meghan McCain is not it. But, that’s exactly why we find her so compelling. She’s an uncensored tweeter, blasting out photos of herself with the caption “The bad news is I locked myself out in…
Toronto International Film Festival Reveals First Slate of Titles: New Noah Baumbach and Jason Reitman Films Make Cut
By Toronto International Film Festival
Indiewire - July 22, 2014
With the New York Film Festival having already announced its opening night (David Fincher’s “Gone Girl”), centerpiece (Paul Thomas Anderson’s “Inherent Vice”) and closing night (Alejando Gonzalez Inarritu’s “Birdman”) films, the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival today…
By Laura Prudom
Variety - July 11, 2014 –
The series is created by and stars Australian comedian Josh Thomas, and centers around Thomas’ character, Josh, and his life, relationships and misadventures after he comes out to his family. Season two premieres Fri…
The Square receives four Primetime Emmy nominations in today’s announcement.
The Square documentary was nominated in four categories for the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards announced today by The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. Winners will be presented during the live broadcast ceremony on August.
OUTSTANDING CINEMATOGRAPHY FOR NONFICTION PROGRAMMING
OUTSTANDING DIRECTING FOR NONFICTION PROGRAMMING
OUTSTANDING PICTURE EDITING FOR NONFICTION PROGRAMMING
OUTSTANDING DOCUMENTARY OR NONFICTION…
The New York Times reports on Participant Media’s efforts to study and measure the social impact of entertainment with “The Participant Index,” and its mission to inspire social activism through its films, documentaries and television shows.
Participant Index Seeks to Determine Why One Film Spurs Activism, While Others Falter
By Michael Cieply
The New York Times – July 6, 2014
LOS ANGELES — You watched…
Indiewire Senior Editor Peter Knegt names “Please Like Me” No. One comedy series he’d like to see nominated.
BY PETER KNEGT AND BEN TRAVERS
JULY 3, 2014 1:01 PM
“Please Like Me”
PK: I think I’ve vouched for this show in every single one of these…
By Aaron Couch
The Hollywood Reporter - June 26, 2014
The docuseries centers on the socially conscious company TerraCycle and its quirky employees. Get ready to step inside a very different type of office when Pivot’s comedic docuseries Human Resources launches. The show centers on TerraCycle, and looks at both the company’s social mission – to eliminate trash – as well as the humorous interactions among its staff.
“We have an incredibly…
Filmmaker Andrew Rossi joined the “CBS This Morning” co-hosts to discuss the documentary and the problems in higher education.
At the 29th Annual Imagen Awards, honoring portrayals of Latinos and Latino cultures in television and film, Cesar Chavez is up for four awards:
- Best Picture
- Best Actor (Michael Pena)
- Best Actress (America Ferrera)
- Best Actress (Rosario Dawson)
The awards will be presented at a gala black-tie dinner on Friday evening, August 1st, at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, airing as a one hour special on PBS SoCal…
DreamWorks & Participant Media’s THE HUNDRED-FOOT JOURNEY, arriving in theaters this August, was integrated into last night’s episode of THE BACHELORETTE on ABC.
Mon, Jun 16, 2014 06:17 PM – Network Owned – ABC
Film Mentions [00:02:46]
The Hundred Foot Journey is featured during the show