It’s been fifteen years to the date since Brad Bird showed us that humans and rats can co-exist in the kitchen in Ratatouille. This Oscar-winning Paris-set movie relies on what could be one of the most absurd premises in the history of cinema. A rat, Remy (Patton Oswalt), has the unlikely dream of becoming a chef someday. After getting separated from his family in the sewer, he sets about towards this dream by joining up…"Ratatouille: Oscar Winner Marks 15th Anniversary"
An unknown actor practically has to beg a celebrity acting coach to help him audition for a TV role in the short film, Master Maggie. Most people think of acting classes as being a necessary requirement on the way to their Emmy, Oscar, or Tony. The direction that director/co-writer Matthew Bonifacio takes us on is not quite as we expected. One could see this as an acting coach’s worst nightmare. In addition to filmmaking, Matthew Bonifacio is…"Tribeca 2019: Master Maggie"