ARGO: ENORMOUSLY ENTERTAINING

Argo is a rousing, nail-biting throwback to the best of seventies cinema… By Craig Detweiler

SEARCHING FOR SUGAR MAN: A SATISFYING SECRET

How could an artist of such originality & vision… by Craig Detweiler

Hilla Medalia, Director of "To Die in Jerusalem"Live from Sundance at The Windrider Forum

On the afternoon of March 29, 2002 the world was shaken when an 18 year-old Palestinian girl and suicide bomber, entered a market where she detonated a bomb, killing herself, injuring 30 and killing a 17 year-old Israeli girl in what has become known as the  Kiryat HaYovel supermarket bombing. No one was shaken more than […]

THE MASTER in CONTEXT: PTA’S CITY OF THE ANGELS

Why is The Master worth the investment of time and (emotional) energy? by Craig Detweiler

Flashback to a Meeting with Joss Whedon and the Firefly Cast

An extensive interview with the creator and cast of the TV series Firefly and film Serenity…by Jeffrey Overstreet

Jeffrey Overstreet – On "Difficult” Movies

I’m often distrustful of those who condemn a movie as "boring” … By Jeffrey Overstreet

Live @ Hales Prometheus and The God Particle: Science, Myth, and the Origin of All Things

Prometheus and The God Particle: Science Myth and the Origin of All Things:  The Higgs Boson "hit" this summer (2012) as did Ridley Scott's "Alien” prequel "Prometheus.” We go back to the beginning of it all and explore the meaning of the search for our origins. With host Jennie Spohr and panel Dr. Jeff Keuss, and Dr. Christine Chaney Want to hear […]

Craig DetWeiler: Won’t Back Down & The State of Education

Few things concern parents more than their children’s education…

A FREE PEOPLE’S SUICIDE

In a tumultuous American election year, social critic Os Guinness offers a bracing wake up call. by Craig Detweiler

Hearth Alum Nick Park: "60 Minutes" interview (1996)

An intricate look into the world of stop-action animation made famous in the "Wallace & Gromit" films…