Q&A with Oscar-Winning Filmmaker Michael Moore

Q&A with Oscar-Winning Filmmaker Michael Moore

L.A.-based film historian/critic Ed Rampell wrote “Progressive Hollywood, A People’s Film History of the United States” and co-authored “The Hawaii Movie and Television Book”. Rampell appears in the Jan. 9, 2016 episode of the Asylum Entertainment series “Demons in the City of Angels,” about blacklisted screenwriter Bobby Lees, that airs on the Reelz Network. Michael […]

Psyche: Rock Opera Version of Greek Myth World Premieres

Psyche: Rock Opera Version of Greek Myth World Premieres

Move over Snow White, Cinderella and Beauty and the Beast for Psyche, the original storybook princess. She is a Greek mythological character whom Apuleius wrote about in the 2nd century BC in The Golden Ass (although Psyche’s sex appeal is renowned, this is not an anatomical reference but rather the only ancient Roman novel written […]

Let It Be Told: Cross the Road with Beatles Art Director Kosh (Part 2)

Let It Be Told: Cross the Road with Beatles Art Director Kosh (Part 2)

“If you’re going to make sparks you better make sure they don’t burn the artist.” Last month, Rock Cellar Magazine unveiled Part 1 of our exclusive interview with Kosh, art director extraordinaire. In Part II, he goes deeper, recollecting stories about cultural icons and landmarks such as the Who, Linda Rondstadt, Hotel California, Jeff Lynne, […]

Cross the Road with Beatles Art Director Kosh (Interview)

Cross the Road with Beatles Art Director Kosh (Interview)

Part I: LET IT BE TOLD Since designing his first album cover in 1969 — a little something you might have heard of called Abbey Road — London-born John Kosh is the rock ’n’ roll art director’s art director. In addition to the Beatles he has designed albums for the Rolling Stones, The Who, the […]