Film/TV

Leonardo DiCaprio, Netflix Partner Up For More Environmental Docs

by Brianne Hogan

After the success of their first collaboration, “Virunga,” actor and environmentalist Leonardo DiCaprio is setting up a multi-year first-look deal with Netflix. Through his production company, Appian Way, DiCaprio is

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Activists Don’t Want Live Monkeys in New ‘Pirates’ Movie

by Natalia Lima

As filming for the fifth film in the ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ series begins in Australia, animal rights groups are trying to stop the production crew from importing monkeys all

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Richard Linklater Debuts ‘Veghood’ For PETA

by Brianne Hogan

With the Academy Awards ceremony just days away, director Richard Linklater, nominated for “Boyhood,” spoofs his flick for a good cause. In 2002, the Texan filmmaker began a 12-year commitment

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Ron Howard Could Turn Your Life Story into a Film

by Anthony Marcusa

For all those people who can relate to movie characters and identify with cinematic situations and relationships, there is a chance the big screen can become all the more familiar.

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WATCH: The BBC Interviews A Dog As Panelist

by Brianne Hogan

The BBC has gone to the dogs. A dog was featured as an expert panelist on the renowned news program for the first time, ever. The dog, a golden labrador

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Discovery Channel to Air ‘Racing Extinction’ Worldwide

by Natalia Lima

The newest documentary from the ‘The Cove’ director Louie Psihoyos, ‘Racing Extinction’, has just gained some major exposure as the Discovery Channel announced it will air it all over the

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Exclusive Interview with Brean Cunningham and Doug Seirup of ‘Dogs On The Inside’

by Brianne Hogan

Dogs On The Inside follows the relationships between neglected and abused dogs from a rescue shelter in Mississippi and minimum security inmates at a Massachusetts correction facility. The documentary follows the

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