The Post
When Meryl Streep, Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg collaborate on a project for the first time it is a must see. If they are all on board for the same movie project, the standards are set very high. "The Post" is that movie and it will not disappoint.

I, Tonya
I know what you are thinking: I know the story and I don't want to see it or hear it again. But you are wrong. "I, Tonya" is a very well-crafted independent film that will make you think differently about Tonya Harding and the infamous attack on Nancy Kerrigan. Trust me on this one. Based on the unbelievable, but true events, "I, Tonya" is a darkly comedic tale of American figure skater Tonya Harding, and one of the most sensational scandals in sports history.

California Independent Film Festival
The California Film Festival (CAIFF) is excited to present another year exhibiting a diverse array of films from around the world. The festival has also honored actors and filmmakers including Richard Dreyfuss, Martin Landau, Cloris Leachman, Tony Curtis, Rita Moreno, Diane Ladd, Penny Marshall, Ed Asner, Tippi Hedren, Barry Morrow, and others. The festival takes place at the New Rheem Theatre in Moraga, The Orinda Theatre, and The Castro Theatre in San Francisco.

-Weekend Reviews-
Inspired by Edward D. Wood Jr. and the B-Movie buzz on the Internet San Ramon, California resident Derek Zemrak decided to enter the low budget moviemaking arena. He wrote, directed and produced his first feature entitled "Ice Scream" which interestedly enough starred "The King of Bad Movies" and Ed Wood alumni Conrad Brooks. The movie was completed in 1997. "Ice Scream" got both national and international attention. On November 26, 1998 "Ice Scream" was reported in the LA Times as one of the Best of the Worst movies ever made. "Ice Scream" was nominated for Best Villain at the B Movie Awards in New York. Zemrak's second feature film was "Taxider-ME!" another dark horror comedy was so nominated for a Two B Movie Award in 2000 for Best Villain and Best Musical Score. Zemrak's third feature was a 1950's Sci-Fi comedy spoof entitled "Bikini Planet". "Bikini Planet" is available at Tower Records stores throughout the west coast. Currently "Bikini Planet" in being adapted into an animated Television series.