The New York Film Academy is excited to share that a full video from The 20/20 Series: Created by Liz Hinlein, with special guests Denis O’Hare and Sarah Pirozek, is now available to watch online! To watch the full video, click here.
We hope you enjoy the candid and honest discussion between our guests about creativity and compromise in the entertainment industry.
The famous Ugandan-American Hollywood actor, playwright, director, producer and photographer Ntare Guma Mbaho Mwine is revelling in the success of his critically acclaimed debut play Biro that changed his acting career and advises Ugandan artistes to pick a leaf from his successful production.
With the entertainment industry on pause because of the coronavirus, casts from some beloved TV shows and movies are getting together (virtually) to take a look back at past work. From “Parks and Recreation” and “Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” to “Chuck” and “The Goonies,” many ensembles have been reuniting for special “COVID reunions.”
After being postponed by the coronavirus pandemic, the Kids’ Choice Awards held a virtual telecast to dole out the slime and the awards. “Victorious” star Victoria Justice hosted the show on Saturday, about six weeks after the original date. In addition to the awards and slime given out, the show made a $1 million donation to No Kid Hungry, a national campaign to help end childhood hunger and support people affected by COVID-19.