Friday, December 4
Wuchina Twins Greg Kennear
Our exclusive interview with Oscar nominee Greg Kinnear, one of our all time favorite actors! He gets candid and goes deep as he discusses: Brian Banks, portraying real life people, his Oscar nomination, Tom Shadyac, having his own action figure, Aldis Hodge, Mystery Men, his thoughts on Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, The Last Song/Miley Cyrus, Anchorman 2, his favorite movie genres, Auto Focus, California Innocence Project, Little Miss Sunshine, Loser, his favorite actors, As Good As It Gets, his favorite roles, and much, much more!!!
QUARANTEENED, A Virtual Musical
Quaranteened: A Virtual Musical is an all new virtual musical from The Theater Bug, in partnership with MA2LA. The show features the intertwined stories of a group of teenagers trying to stay connected in a world asking them to isolate themselves. It is based on the moment we are living in, told across Zoom classes, FaceTime, TikToks and texts.
Our Flag Is For The Fallen
Old Glory stands for the heart of every American who died for our freedoms. Let us never forget their sacrifice. Remember those whom have fallen as you stand with pride and honor. The heart of all those whom have sacrificed, beats on within all who stand for our nations flag. Honor, Freedom and Sacrifice are not just words, but represent the symbol of our great nation
The Hardest Day
The Hardest Day is a film that explores the intimacy of the human-animal bond - specifically, the last moments before, and after, the passing of a pet at home with their owner. Friends in social media feeds post memorials of their beloved pets almost weekly, often in the most heart-wrenching of tributes. It is a somber, and intense, testimony to the bond and the pain that comes when it is broken. And yet, it’s a moment that is rarely documented. This film examines the intense last moments shared between people and their pets. The decision to have at-home pet euthanasia is part of an emerging trend (to have end of life care in the home, instead of in a clinic). Nationally, tens of thousands of pet owners go through this painful experience each year. This project lends insight into this intense bond between humans and their beloved pets. It also examines the remarkable love that wraps around the community, while wrestling with the universal notion of loss. The acts of kindness from the vets, and support staff are also documented in ways unseen before. A cornerstone idea of the film is this - we want people going through the unseen traumatic experiences of loss with their pets to know they’re not alone. All too often, people are dismissive of the pain that accompanies this loss. This project lends insight into this intense bond, and why we feel as connected.