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  • The Book of Henry to Open the 2017 LA Film Festival

    With an all-star cast of Naomi Watts, Jaeden Lieberher, Jacob Trembly, Sarah Silverman, Maddie Ziegler, Lee Pace, and Dean Norris, The Book of Henry will open this year’s LA Film Festival. Film Independent will hold the festival June 14-22,at the Arclight Cinemas Culver City, with events at other venues around the city. The film, which is written […]

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  • The Circle to Premiere at Tribeca Film Festival

    Imagine a world where everything is monitored and a powerful tech company can see and track your every move? Doesn’t sound too far-fetched, does it? James Ponsoldt and Dave Eggers explore this Black Mirror-esque concept in the film, The Circle, based on Eggers’ novel of the same name. Emma Watson’s Mae Holland is hired to work […]

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  • How to Attend Tribeca Film Festival 2017

    Tribeca Film Festival 2017 is right around the corner, and this year’s line-up looks like it’s going to one you will not want to miss. If you want to attend the 16th annual Tribeca Film Festival April 19-30, here is everything you need to know:   Advance selection ticket packages are now on sale. All advance selection […]

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  • 16th Annual Tribeca Film Festival Special Events

    The 16th annual Tribeca Film Festival will take place from April 19 to April 30 in venues across Lower Manhattan. Talk Nerdy will be in attendance, so be sure to follow us on Twitter and Instagram to keep up with all the announcements. This year’s ceremony opens with bang! Starting at Radio City Music Hall with the […]

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  • Comic Review: DAYDREAMER & TEN:01

    I was recently at Onyx Con 2017 here in Atlanta. This convention showcases independent comic writers and artists, whose work features African-American characters. I picked up two issues of Nicholas Hoo’s comic book DAYDREAMER. DAYDREAMER #0 Promises adroitly sets up a world of despair and intrigue, while leaving the reader to ponder exactly what kind of disarray the […]

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  • Clutter and LeftField Announce The Five Points Festival Coming May 2017

    Clutter Magazine and LeftField Media are bringing the Five Points Festival, a new convention focused on designer toys and comic art, to New York City’s Lower East Side. Taking place May 20-21, 2017 inside Pier 36’s Basketball City, the festival will bring together influential names across the designer toy and comic worlds including, Kidrobot, Super7, Popaganda, Cotton Candy Machine, […]

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