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Darren Lynn Bousman’s relaxing island vacation becomes the DEATH OF ME

Master of Horror Darren Lynn Bousman has been terrorizing audiences ever since he directed SAWII. His current film, DEATH OF ME, follows a couple whose beautiful island vacation turns into a nightmare when discovering a mysterious video of one of them killing the other. Listen to the interview with Darren Lynn Bousman now streaming on Spotify. DEATH OF ME is currently streaming on Prime Video. CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE TRAILER

Malcolm Goodwin and Victor Hawks talk about their inspiring new film BE THE LIGHT

Malcolm Goodwin & Victor Hawks talk about their inspiring new film BE THE LIGHT, a musical/family drama about the power of love, faith, and redemption, follows a down and out girl who tries to make amends with her dying father. For more information about the film visit www.bethelightmovie.com Listen to the interview with Malcolm Goodwin and Victor Hawks now streaming on Spotify.

Mark Johnston and Mark Ryan reveal the untold story of wine in the Middle East

Mark Johnston and Mark Ryan discuss WINE AND WAR, a documentary about the history of winemaking in Lebanon and the resilience of the Lebanese entrepreneurial spirit seen through the lens of war and instability. The film will have its virtual theatrical release at Laemmle Theaters on October 9th and available at www.wineandwar.com. All proceeds from the film donated to CAP-HO, a charity providing medical care to children without insurance at the St. Georges Hospital in Beirut, hit hard by the August 4th explosion in the Lebanese capital. Listen to the interview with Mark Johnston and Mark Ryan, now streaming on Spotify.

James Keach talks about his Alzheimer’s Documentary TURNING POINT

James Keach talks about his latest film, TURNING POINT: A QUEST FOR A CURE, which follows a group of scientists searching for a cure for Alzheimer's disease. Listen to the interview with James Keach, streaming now on Spotify.  Keach became interested in Alzheimer's disease while working on the documentary GLEN CAMPBELL: I'LL BE ME, which follows Campbell's battle with the illness. Two years filming Campbell on his last music tour turned into an eight-year journey of research, observation, and interviews with researchers, statisticians, neuroscientists, patients, care partners, government officials, and administrators, trying to find a cure for Alzheimer's disease. Keach recalls, "That experience really opened my mind and heart to the millions of families struggling to understand and grapple with the disease while slowly losing their loved ones - or themselves." For more information about the film and where you can watch it visit www.turningpointmovie.com