We hit up the AVN Awards in Las Vegas to ask porn stars how diversity in the porn industry compares to Hollywood and to find out if their awards look as white as the Oscars.
It’s What’s on the Inside
THE COMMENTS is a cunning social commentary about today ‘s Hollywood, where big screen success is often accompanied by online back-stabbing. The short film skewers the curiously modern phenomenon of online shaming as it plays out through the comments sections of media websites: If you don’t have anything nice to say, write it anonymously online. The comedy short stars Paul Scheer (THE LEAGUE, DADDY’S HOME), Kristen Schaal (THE LAST MAN ON EARTH, FLIGHT OF THE CONCHORDS), Ken Marino (WET HOT AMERICAN SUMMER, BURNING LOVE), Milo Ventimiglia (HEROES, THAT’S MY BOY), Beverly D’Angelo (VACATION), Natasha Leggero (ANOTHER PERIOD, LET ‘S BE COPS), Bobby Lee (MADTV), Charlie Saxton (HUNG, COOPER BARRETT’S GUIDE TO SURVIVING LIFE) and Theo Von (NO OFFENSE). THE COMMENTS was written and directed by Jim & Brian Kehoe. The Kehoe brothers’ Blacklist script, CHERRIES, is being produced by Seth Rogen & Evan Goldberg (NEIGHBORS, THIS IS THE END, THE NIGHT BEFORE) and directed by Kay Cannon (PITCH PERFECT 1&2, NEW GIRL, 30 ROCK). THE COMMENTS was produced by David Kang, Ross Otterman, Tristan Drew and J.P. McMahon, in conjunction with A Common Thread, Integrated Productions and Therapy Studios. The comedy short includes three 2015 Emmy-nominated crew members (Jeff Fuller, Jenny Eagan and Christian Hoffman) and one 2015 Emmy winner (Jeff Fuller). Award-winning cinematographer Maz Makhani handled DP duties. Please see the full list of credits at http://www.imdb.com/title/tt5011864/
So we gotta say “Happy Holidays,” now I guess.
Listen in on the moments the gang from Friends didn’t want you listening in on: when they quietly whispered to one another.
You Can’t Say the N Word On Vine!
Two LA women arrive at a stop sign. Written and Directed by Shirin Najafi Starring Amy Vorpahl and Julie Lake Director of Photography Kristen DiLiello Edited by Shirin Najafi
Following the lives of six enemies who live in Manhattan and hate each other very much.
A guided meditation for the realities of today’s world.
I found this old VHS recording of a late-night infomercial from the 90s. It gets pretty dark. Call the number!