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“The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones” Film Review & Analysis: A supernatural adventure that is never “mundane.”

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When Clary Fray’s house is turned upside down and her mum is nowhere to be seen she learns that she descends from Shadowhunters who protect the world from demons. She joins forces with them to discover who she really is and find her mother.

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Starring Lily Collins, Jamie Campbell Bower, Robert Sheehan, Jemima West,  Kevin Zegers, Jared Harris, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Lena Headey, Aidan Turner, and Godfrey Goa.

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Breakway Daily Interview with Sound Engineer Tommaso Caronna

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Weather your listening ears are enjoying the sound of music on a bus home, or you are walking into a movie theatre to be hit with a bone-shaking rumble from the speakers – these are all aspect of a sound engineer’s job. The way the audio was mastered and recorded on any given music track to how some of the biggest thrills are delivered in a film – are all due to the help of audio.

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The Fifth Estate: Seeking “Truth” In The Digital Age

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The Fifth Estate (2013)

            A dramatic thriller based on real events that reveals the quest to expose the deceptions and corruptions of power that turned an Internet upstart into the 21st century’s most fiercely debated organization.

            The Fifth Estate runs along the same vein as The Social Network, about a real life computer wiz, only this time instead of Zuckerberg we have Julian Assange who created WikiLeaks. 

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            Breakaway Daily Interview with “Dumb and Dumber To” Star Steve Tom

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            Steve Tom is enjoyed a thriving career as a television and film actor. Steve Tom has had recurring and guest starring roles in such television hits as Prison Break, Weeds, ER, Commander in ChiefParks & Recreation, and Two and a Half Men.In 2012, he appeared as Senator Chris Dodd in the Emmy-award winning HBO drama, Too Big to Fail, opposite William Hurt, Paul Giamatti, James Woods and John Heard. 

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            Breakaway Daily Interview with Sephora Venites On Playing A Seductress in “Hedda Gabler”

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            Sephora Venites brings life to Henrik Ibsens, Mademoiselle Diana.

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            Sephora Venites is an brazilian born actress, who was trained at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, a traditional conservatory in the city of Los Angeles,CA. In Brazil, she worked with the acclaimed Iranian writer Nassim Soleimanpour, of ‘White Rabbit, Red Rabbit’ play, among many respected directors like the Argentinian Alejandro Catalán and the actor and writer Márcio Mehiel, to name a few.

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            New Short Film Soon to be Released called “Seat Kicker”

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            A Front Row Seat For Some Awesome Projects

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            Seat Kicker takes place almost entirely on an airliner halfway over the Pacific. When the plane is wracked by worsening turbulence, passengers and crew begin to suspect a connection between a gifted little girl’s tantrums and the violent forces threatening the aircraft. For all of us who’ve had a flight from hell thanks to a child, whether our own or someone else’s, the Seat Kicker story will hit home as if told and embellished by Stephen King.

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            “Rufus” (2012) Film Review

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            Sink your teeth into this vampire film.

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            Rufus is the story of a lonely supernatural teenager who discovers what it means to be human. 

            Written and directed by Dave Schultz, the movie is a character study of Rufus, played magnificently by English newcomer Rory J Saper. It focuses on the emotional side of living forever and only drinking blood and how how that lifestyle makes it difficult to establish normal relationships.

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            Film Review: Get Locked Up In “OldBoy”

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            Revenge is a dish served cold in both the Korean original & American remake of Oldboy.

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            A man is kidnapped and held hostage for years in solitary confinement. When he is inexplicably released, he embarks on an obsessive mission to discover who orchestrated his punishment, only to find he is still trapped in a web of conspiracy and torment.

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            Breakaway Daily Interview with Cleo Tellier about Her Short Film About Child Abuse “The Silence”

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            Cleo Tellier is a French-Canadian actress known for the role of Émilie in the 15 season TV show Virginie and also the role of Flora in the Emmy-nominated show, 30 Vies. She can also be seen in Degrassi as Rheanne and in various TV shows and national commercials. Her latest project puts Cleo behind the lens as she puts a spotlight on child abuse in her short film “The Silence.”

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            Synopsis: Ann, Leslie, Isabelle and Jerome used to be four out of the two millions children in foster care in the world.

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            Breakaway Daily Interview with Writer & Director Bidisha Chowdhury

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            There is something wonderfully fearless about Bidisha Chowdhury who is an independent-minded film maker and who has forged a happy working relationship with film making. In 2010, Bidisha completed two short films each around 30 minutes long – Broken Mirror and Chimes Of Midnight. Her first film, Broken Mirror, set in early 1900’s India, is an authentic classic about a traditional, honorable, and well respected woman and the compromises she will have to make and the treacherous path she will have to cross to ensure the survival of her heirs. 

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            Breakaway Daily Interview with ‘The Angry Viking,’ actor Eric Erickson

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            I am thrilled to be able to talk with this direct descendant of the Yngling Viking Dynasty Eric Erickson, who has literally transformed himself into an action star.

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            Eric is a writer, artist and classically trained actor (USC School of Theatre). He has appeared in roles ranging from musical theatre (Conrad Birdie), Shakespeare (Hamlet, Mercutio), television, and film.

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            David R. Butler Plays George Tesman in Film Verison of “Hedda Gabler”

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            The film Hedda Gabler is a UK production being shot in the South West of England. It is made up of a very talented cast including David R Butler who told Breakaway Daily about portraying the character George Tesman in the upcoming film. 

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            “George Tesman is an innocent, a completely naive boy entirely trapped in the old formalities of his time, he has been kept by his aunts and finds solace in knowledge, but never has the confidence to breakaway from his Victorian principles.

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