New Transgender Film Center Launches Film Grant for Trans Filmmakers (EXCLUSIVE)

The Transgender Film Center, a new nonprofit organization established to support transgender filmmakers with resources and opportunities for their projects, announced its first initiative, the Transgender Film Center’s Trailblazer Grant. The grant will provide start-up and completion funds to qualifying narrative or documentary projects written, directed or produced by trans creators. The grant is open to all transgender people, the […]

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'The Bachelorette' Season 16 Dives Into Unprecedented Conversation on Race, Police Brutality, and George Floyd

The Bachelor and The Bachelorette have long been criticized for their casts’ lack of diversity. However, in 2020, the show’s producers seem to be trending towards modernity, announcing their long-awaited first-ever Black Bachelor, Matt James, and ushering in their second-ever Black Bachelorette, Tayshia Adams, midway through Clare Crawley’s season. Still, it was shocking to see a recent episode of The […]

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Spoilers: Liv suffers a terrifying seizure in Emmerdale

Liv Flaherty (Isobel Steele) suffers a terrifying seizure in Emmerdale, after a heated showdown with Paul Ashdale (Reece Dinsdale). Vinny (Bradley Johnson) opened up to Liv several weeks ago about how Paul has been battling a gambling addiction. The young man stole some money from Aaron Dingle (Danny Miller) in order to replace the cash that Paul had stolen from […]

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Autism Rights Activists Ask Sia to Cancel ‘Music’ Movie

Autism rights activists are now asking Sia to cancel the release of her “Music” movie. In response to a trailer released on Nov. 19, starring Maddie Ziegler as a nonverbal autistic teen, activists, people on the autism spectrum and their loves ones have continued to speak out on the film’s display of offensive stereotypes and visual effects. On Friday, an […]

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Showtime & Sony Pictures Television Setting Pilot Commitment For ‘Homeland’s Howard Gordon & Alex Gansa On Nathan Englander Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Novel ‘Dinner At The Center Of The Earth’

EXCLUSIVE: Showtime may have found its next Homeland. The network is tying up a preemptive deal to acquire and turn the Nathan Englander Israeli-Palestine conflict novel Dinner At The Center Of The Earth into a series that Homeland architects Howard Gordon & Alex Gansa will write and run as Executive Producers. Deal is being made through Sony Pictures Television Studios, […]

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