7th Arts Releasing picks up “al imam” Documentary

We are thrilled to announce that we’ve signed a distribution deal with 7th Art Releasing, a long-standing champion of documentary film. Congratulations to our team! Stay tuned for more exciting news ahead…

“al imam”
A documentary short
Directed by Omar Al Dakheel
Total Running Time: 18:48
Format: 1080p / 23.98

Rules of Seconds “the best new play that’s premiered in Los Angeles this year.”

“A PITCH BLACK COMEDY… a contemporary comedy of manners plunged into the savage psychosexual terrain of Neil LaBute.” — Bill Raden, LA Weekly
“SHREWD…TIMELY… the cast is stellar… witty writing… bitter humor and vivid monologues” — Jonas Schwartz, Theater Mania
“SUPERB… an intense, comedy drama, at once horrifying and humorous. The cast is extraordinary, playing it big and rendering vivid, indelible characters.” — Paul Myrvold,Theatre Notes
“DARKLY FUNNY… entertaining throughout, building to an exciting (and violent) climax… Pollono’s script is sharp and funny with quite a few tricks and reveals up its sleeve.” — Erin Conley, On Stage and Screen

Digital Whimsy Sweeps USC Libraries Wonderland Award

Sara Fenton took first prize in the twelfth-annual USC Libraries Wonderland Award competition with a digital puppet theater called “Alice in Dohenyland — Pool of Tears.” She beat out twenty-eight other imaginative submissions by students from USC and other participating institutions around Southern California.

Full story at the USC Library site.

USC News also covered the story in the article, “Digital installation wins USC Libraries Wonderland Award“.

Here’s the award-winning project, Alice In DohenyLand – Pool of Tears:

5 Top L.A. Theater Internships

5 Top L.A. Theater InternshipsInternships are a great way for actors to develop employable skills and get their feet wet in the professional work environment of a theater. When applying, it’s important to keep in mind the six factor test to be sure you’re in the running for a legal, non-exploitative internship. Meanwhile, if you’re in Los Angeles and the surrounding area, you might consider applying to some of these.

Full article at Backstage.com >