Tag Archives: Kat Kramer
Turnover is a heartwarming comedy starring a cast of zany characters and charming misfits. It all revolves around a restaurant in Southern California owned and operated by Peter (played by Paul Guilfoyle), who is transformed by a series of happenstances … Continue reading
Karen Sharpe-Kramer and Kat Kramer Unveil a Biography Long Overdue: “Producer of Controversy: Stanley Kramer — Hollywood Liberalism, and The Cold War”
On sunny, celebratory Saturday in February, denizens of Los Angeles and Palm Springs in kind forfeited that of the beach, volleyball and desert fancy in preference of inland entropy as a caravan of natives from Los Angeles and Palm Springs … Continue reading
“Atomic Cinema Fest”, is part of the International Uranium Film Festival, and was a one day film festival presented by “Kat Kramer’s Films That Change the World”, held at Raleigh Studios to bring movies and documentaries dedicated to educating people on the risks … Continue reading
The Hollywood Museum’s 67th Annual Primetime Emmy Display: An Enthralling Exploration in the Ever Evolving Face of Television and Entertainment!
The contemporary texture of American TV: As nubby, grainy and ticklish as one of Don Draper’s Tweed suits, yet more delicious, quite possibly, even than what’s under it…? (Reoowwrr reowrr reworr!) Some say today’s television programming is as succulent as … Continue reading