Just arrived! The Blu-ray and DVD boxes for BREATHE IN. These don’t hit shelves until August 12th. Order yours now: http://amzn.to/1nTfO4V
"Is it at all autobiographical?"
Filmmaker Cherien Dabis discusses her film MAY IN THE SUMMER on The Wall Street Journal’s Lunch Break with Tanya Rivero.
The film opens in US theaters August 22nd. #MayInTheSummer
Behind the scenes of MAY IN THE SUMMER.
You’ll see Cherien Dabis, Nadine Malouf, Alia Shawkat and more talented actors on-screen. Here’s a look at some of the many people you won’t see on camera but who helped make May In The Summer possible.
BREATHE IN comes to home video August 12th.
Felicity Jones and Guy Pearce star in this seductive drama about a student and teacher who fall in love. Own your copy on Blu-ray, DVD, or digital download.
The poster for MY OLD LADY is here!
Maggie Smith, Kristin Scott Thomas, and Kevin Kline star in this film by Israel Horovitz.
Watch the trailer: http://cohenmedia.net/films/my-old-lady
LE CHEF comes to Los Angeles this weekend! See it in theaters in LA and around the country: http://cohenmedia.net/films/le-chef
Simón Bolívar, liberator of much of South America, was born on this day, July 24th, 1783.
231 years later, actor Édgar Ramírez (who hails from Venezuela, one of the nations that Bolívar helped found) plays El Libertador in the upcoming film THE LIBERATOR.
Watch the trailer at CohenMedia.net: http://cohenmedia.net/films/the-liberator
Have vegetables ever spoken to you?
Check out LE CHEF, a fun gastro-comedy starring Jean Reno and Michaël Youn: http://cohenmedia.net/films/le-chef
Director Cherien Dabis on why she filmed MAY IN THE SUMMER in and around Jordan:
Given what little most people know and see of the Middle East, I chose to shoot in Jordan in order to show this highly unexpected Americanized side of the Arab world. I wanted to illuminate the endearing contradictions inherent within a culture so known for it’s disdain of American foreign policy and yet so admiring of American culture from KFC to JLo to Pirates of the Caribbean. And even still, Amman is a strong Islamic, Arab capital. Nowhere else in the Arab world can one find such a unique melding of ancient and modern, American and Arab.