Hollywood Stage Magazine

‘Forty-Two’, the alternate-history WWII film from Eric Ian Steele, now in post-production

Imagine a 1942 where Hitler wins the war and the SS controls Britain – would you be brave enough to join the Resistance? This is the idea behind Manchester-born...

Acting coach working with Lindsay Lohan on her Netflix film comes to London

Acting coach Bernard Hiller, who’s worked with celebrities and actors around the world including Cameron Diaz, is holding his Breakthrough Masterclasses in London this...

The Fan Carpet Proudly Launches their Dedicated Theatre Area THE FAN CARPET THEATRE SPOTLIGHT On TheFanCarpet.com

The Fan Carpet are proud to announce the launch of their brand new area THE FAN CARPET THEATRE SPOTLIGHT! With Theatre back in a BIG WAY, following the Covid-19...

Acting, producing and always learning: Stacey Edward Harris’s success in the film world

Stacey Edward Harris is an actress, producer and writer who’s currently studying at LA’s premier acting school, Baron Brown Studio. She has worked many times with...

Anna Fishbeyn’s ‘Galaxy 360: A Woman’s Playground’ showing at Toronto Film Festival 

Industry insiders will be treated to an exclusive screening of the feminist sci-fi comedy ‘Galaxy 360’ at 8.00pm on 15 September at the Toronto International Film...

Actor Greg Canestrari on how a family tragedy lead him to his lead role in ‘Lilyhammer’

Greg Canestrari played Jerry Delucci in the popular TV series ‘Lilyhammer’, and he’s recently finished portraying two very different roles in his new films. He...

Film director and screenwriter Eric Ian Steele on telling surprising stories 

Eric Ian Steele’s film debut ‘Boy #5’, a subverted vampire story, was incredibly successful and selected by FrightFest. Since then the Manchester-born director and...

Jo Southwell on directing BBC’s ‘Doctors’ and bold, female-led films

TV and film director and writer Jo Southwell has had a varied career. Born in the UK, she has Irish heritage, which has been an inspiration for much of her work. She...

Tilda Del Toro talks about ‘Life Lessons,’ ‘The Thing About Pam,’ and what she has learned about saying no

It’s been two years since Tilda Del Toro graced our screens in the film noir ‘Capone’, working with Tom Hardy. Here she talks about losing her father, making tough...

Movie producer Chéri Ballinger on beating the odds in life and the importance of elegance

It took Chéri Ballinger over four years to recover from a traumatic brain injury, but now she’s more motivated than ever. A movie producer, speaker, ambassador and...