A few quick updates today:
Edward James Olmos has posted a short video on his official site, in which he talks about his last flight on BSG. Check it out at EdwardJamesOlmos.com.
Gun Hill Road has won Best Film at the Dallas Film Festival and Harmony Santana, who plays Esai Morales' transgender son, has won an award for Best Performance.
Alessandra Torresani is now a contributing editor and has her own column at The Printed Blog.
Patton Oswalt wrote an article for The Wall Street Journal. You can read it here: Family Travel to an iPod Beat
Aleks Paunovic and Tahmoh Penikett talked about their short film, The Hostage, at C2E2. The clip with the interview and some footage from the film is on Kind of Epic Film's FB page.
Daydream Nation with Calum Worthy, Genevieve Buechner and Luke Camilleri, will be out in theatres on May 6 and then land on DVD and Blu-ray on May 17. Daemon's Movies has a new trailer.
The Bend with Ryan Kennedy is out in theatres in Vancouver and Toronto. More details about the film at NationalPost.com.
Amazon Falls with Zak Santiago opens in Vancouver this week. It is already playing in Calgary. More about the film at Calgary Herald.
Bloody-Disgusting.com writes that Leah Gibson is rumoured for a role in a new indie horror, American Mary. Meanwhile, Rise of the Apes, still scheduled for an August release, has been renamed to Rise of the Planet of the Apes.
Friday Night Lights: The Fifth Season is out on DVD.
Spoiler TV has a 25 minute Game of Thrones featurette.
And here is a sneak peek from tonight's episode of The Killing (10 pm ET, AMC), with Kacey Rohl and Richard Harmon (for episode stills, go to Daemon's TV):