New art for the office! Downtown Cat in a Bathtub, by artist Diego Lukezic
You can see more Downtown Cat artwork HERE
A very interesting night last night at the AT&T Center in downtown LA where New FilmMakersLA presents a screening series each month.
Congratulations to our friends Jessica Hester, Tommee May, Derek Schweickart, Liz Iacuzzi and the rest of the crew on the premiere of their short film, ILLUSION at the International Beverly Hills Film Festival last night at Mann’s Chinese Theater in Hollywood!
The ASCAP Foundation “Songwriters: The Next Generation” To Showcase Four ASCAP Artists at Kennedy Center
One of the four is Rebecca Jordan
Rebecca Jordan grew up in Ohio and studied classical piano as a kid and taught herself guitar to write songs. Since moving to New York, she has made a name for herself as an artist and a songwriter. She is the 2010 recipient of the Abe Olman Award from the Songwriters Hall of Fame, a 2010 NPR Mountain Stage NewSong Finalist and a 2011 Independent Music Award Nominee for her self released Souvenir EP. Rebecca has written for Kelly Clarkson, John Legend, and co-wrote five songs for Alice Smith’s upcoming EP, executive produced by Citizen Cope. Of late, Rebecca’s focus has been on completing a record of her own. Her latest video for the single “Eve” premiered on American Songwriter and was received with critical acclaim. It led to her recent live performances at BAM Cafe, Rockwood Music Hall and Tin Angel in Philly. Of the new single, “Eve”, Rebecca says “It speaks to the first romantic relationship we ever have – the one we have with our dreams”.
not handicapping the Oscars,
but hoping Argo wins Best Picture.
Some nice remarks were posted on the web about the De Mille Tribute:
“The montage of all of Jodie Foster’s movies was truly well-done. Obviously she’s done amazing, amazing work, but the whole package was edited and scored perfectly. Good stuff.”
“a lovely montage of her body of work”
“This Jodie Foster montage is kind of…. amazing.”
“As montages go, it’s a good one.”
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