Category Archives: Opinion

Filmmaker Violeta Ayala Explains the Societal Relevance of Her Latest Doc, ‘The Bolivian Case’

Filmmaker and activist, Violeta Ayala drew attention and global acclaim a few years ago when she and Daniel Fallshaw, her husband and frequent collaborator, unleashed the fascinatingly controversial documentary, Stolen (2009). The film garnered heightened recognition due to its potent subject matter, as it lifted the heavy veil that long concealed the devastating realization of human trafficking in Sub-Sahara Africa.

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Plastic Surgeons Weigh In: N.Y. Women Want Real, L.A. Women Want Fake

According to recent a piece in the Hollywood Reporter, there is a distinct difference between what women over 40 desire based on which coast they reside in. Author Merle Ginsberg picked the brains (no pun intended) of a handful of plastic surgeons and dermatologists, who are presumably some of the best in their field, and the consensus basically points at the fact that New York women don’t mind looking their age while women from L.A. are terrified and want their predicament drastically rectified.

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Why the Astronomical Success of Furious 7 Should be the Blueprint for Hollywood

Universal Studios asked Paul Walker what he wanted to do next after he proved his worth by eclipsing the star power of designated ingenue, Joshua Jackson in The Skulls. It was obvious that Walker, who by then had paid his dues as a child actor, was a million dollar baby, and the studio honchos were desperate to propel their latest discovery.

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