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Melanie Votaw photographs the Tony Award nominees from the smash musical "Hamilton" at the annual Tony nominee press junket in New York City.
Melanie Votaw photographs the 2016 Tony Award nominees at their annual press junket in New York City.
Melanie Votaw is both happy and perplexed by the 2016 Tony Award nominations, which were announced this morning. The Tony Awards show airs on CBS at 8/7c on June 12th with James Corden as host.
The first trailer for Oliver Stone's upcoming film, "Snowden," starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt, has been released.
Melanie Votaw interviews Adrian Sparks, who plays Hemingway in the new film, "Papa: Hemingway in Cuba," opposite Giovanni Ribisi and Joely Richardson.
At a New York screening, director Bob Yari and star Adrian Sparks talk about the new film, "Papa: Hemingway in Cuba," which is a docudrama about Hemingway's life in Cuba, costarring Giovanni Ribisi and Joely Richardson.
"Shadow World" is a devastating and scathing documentary about government involvement (especially U.S. and U.K.) in the global arms trade and the desire for perpetual war because of the money to be made from it.
Melanie Votaw writes about 7 of the short films in the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival.
The important documentaries "My Nazi Legacy" and "The Armor of Light" will air on PBS in May.
Melanie Votaw writes about three of the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival full-length documentaries that explore sex abuse legislation, family secrets, and the source of happiness.
Louis Theroux's "My Scientology Movie" includes footage of the church's intimidation tactics.
Melanie Votaw reports on the documentary, "Solitary," from the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival.
Melanie Votaw writes about two very different narrative films in the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival: "Little Boxes" and "Children of the Mountain."