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Dale Peterson on ‘Hello My Name is Frank,’ Garrett Brown and Tourette’s

Writer and director Dale Peterson is already getting praise for his new film Hello, My Name is Frank starring Garrett Brown, Rachel DiPillo, Hayley Kiyoko, Mary Kate Wiles, Travis Caldwell and Tess Harper. Peterson spoke with Brandon Jones of the Global Dispatch via Dispatch Radio about the film, screening at the Lido Live Theatre in Newport Beach, […]

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Austen Williams talks ‘8 Days,’ human trafficking and real solutions

Mrs America 2014 is more than some pretty face as Austen Williams is campaigning for a new film titled 8 Days and speaking out against human trafficking. Austen talks about the film with Brandon Jones and Dispatch Radio, noting how the girl was sold into trafficking how the story bursts stereotypes, especially those created by […]

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Brian Scannell on ‘The Wolves of Savin Hill’ and talks Ben Affleck, ‘Gone Baby Gone’

Talking with Dispatch Radio in an exclusive interview, actor Brian Scannell discussed his new film The Wolves of Savin Hill while reflecting on his work on films The Town, Gone Baby Gone, The Pineapple Express and working with Ben Affleck. Brian reviews the plot, promises lots of “not so good activity” as his character drags […]

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‘Noah’ Movie review: As promised, it’s not a Biblical movie, but worse – it’s not a good movie

Director Darren Aronofsky promised his film Noah would not be a “very religious story” and he certainly didn’t disappoint in that regards. Later Aronofsky attempted to clarify his statements, attempting not to alienate Evangelical viewers, saying “I think people who are believers will see the ideas and the values that they’re looking for represented in […]