XFINITY On Demand: Keanu Reeves Gets Personal in ‘Side By Side’ Documentary

Wearing a dark suit, T-shirt, and beat up Converse sneakers, his hair relatively short and his face clean-shaven and youthful, Keanu Reeves appears relaxed and happy, one could also say excited and eager, and there’s good reason for all of the above. The actor, soon-to-be 48, is showing off his latest movie, “Side By Side,” […]

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XFINITY On Demand: David Duchovny Talks About ‘Goats’ – His New Movie

David Duchovny segues from playing the too-cool-for-school writer Hank Moody on Showtime’s “Californication” to playing Goat Man — you read it right — in the new indie feature film, “Goats,” available now on XFINITY On Demand. The movie, from director Christopher Neil (nephew of Francis Ford Coppola and cousin to Sofia Coppola) and based on […]

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Cinema Asian America: ‘Made In India’ – Five Questions for Rebecca Haimowitz and Vaishali Sinha

In recent years the question of reproductive surrogacy, where an infertile couple hire a woman to carry their child and give birth to it, has become more complicated, as surrogacies have been increasingly “outsourced” to other countries. How business, globalization and parenthood intersect is explored in the extraordinary new documentary, “Made In India,” the feature […]

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Mario Van Peebles’ New Film ‘We The Party’ Tackles Teen Issues

It’s party time for Mario Van Peebles. Actually, the charismatic big screen veteran has been partying since the theatrical opening last spring of his latest movie, “We the Party,” a story about five high school friends dealing with the major issues of teenage life: romance, sex, money, prom – and, as the official log-line states, […]

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Actor Josh Lucas Discusses His New Indie Film ‘Hide Away’

It’s afternoon, and Josh Lucas is calling from the Toronto set of “The Firm,” where he’s wrapping production and then bidding goodbye to his role as Harvard-educated lawyer Mitch McDeere. The NBC series didn’t get a second season pickup, and the handsome, talented actor, who turns 42 in June, is fine with that. “The grind […]

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Cinema Asian America: – Five Questions with ‘From A Silk Cocoon’ Director Satsuki Ina

The discovery of a small metal box filled with censored letters and diary entries that uncovers a family story shrouded in silence for more than 60 years is the starting point of Satsuki Ina’s powerful and revealing documentary “From A Silk Cocoon”, available this month on Cinema Asian America on XFINITY On-Demand.

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Cinema Asian America on XFINITY On Demand: Director Stephane Gauger Discusses ‘Saigon Electric’

One of the most talked about films of 2011 makes its debut on Cinema Asian America on XFINITY On Demand this month, the dramatic, pulse-pounding hip-hop dance film, “Saigon Electric.” Shot entirely in Vietnam, and featuring some of the country’s top dance crews, “Electric” follows the intertwining lives of a set of individuals dreaming for […]

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