Archive for May 15th, 2013

‘Valentino’s Ghost’ film makes US theatrical debut in Los Angeles and New York

‘Valentino’s Ghost’ film makes US theatrical debut in Los Angeles and New York

‘Valentino’s Ghost’ film ( makes its US theatrical debut in Los Angeles (at Laemmle Playhouse 7 in Pasadena: and at the Quad Cinema ( in Greenwich Village (New York City) from May 17th-23rd (James Morris is in the film as well via his exchange with former 9/11 Commission co-chair Lee Hamilton from the youtube with over half a million views):

VALENTINOS GHOST (a documentary by Michael Singh):

Following is the Facebook picture for ‘Valentino’s Ghost’ screening in Los Angeles and New York City:

New York Times: Hollywood Does Arabia, From A to B

‘Valentino’s Ghost,’ a Documentary by Michael Singh

Los Angeles Times Review: ‘Valentino’s Ghost’ hits media’s portrayal of Arabs, Muslims,0,389504.story

Tracing America’s Relationship to the Middle East in Valentino’s Ghost

Why We Hate Them: Arabs in Western Eyes (by Philip Giraldi)

A new PBS documentary reveals how films and other media have shaped an anti-Muslim narrative (see the comments at bottom as well):

KPBS (San Diego PBS affiliate) Review: ‘Valentino’s Ghost’New documentary looks at the Middle East in U.S. film and media:

Interview: Michael Singh, Director Of ‘Valentino’s Ghost’

Valentino’s Ghost Spooks Some Viewers

Valentino’s Ghost (New Edition):

NMR Testimonial: Filmmaker Michael Singh & the documentary Valentino’s Ghost

Extended Q&A | Valentino’s Ghost 2012

Thanks to Prof Tamara Sonn, College of William and Mary for her review:

List on IMDb names Valentino’s Ghost as “Oscar Probable”:

‘Valentino’s Ghost’ writer/director Michael Singh on the Kathleen Wells show out of Los Angeles on May 22, 2013:

L.A. Filmmaker aims to show American stereotypes about the Middle East (see comments at bottom of following URL):

‘Valentino’s Ghost’ and the Arab Problem:

‘Valentino’s Ghost’ screened to standing ovations last year at the Venice Film Festival (world’s oldest and most prestigious) and at the Doha Tribeca Film Festival in Qatar:

PBS sent a shortened one hour version (still including the exchange James Morris had with Lee Hamilton from the youtube) of ‘Valentino’s Ghost’  to its national affiliates on June 1st, 2013:

Thanks to PBS SoCal (KOCE) for broadcasting the one hour version of ‘Valentino’s Ghost’ ( & this coming Saturday (July 6th) at 9 PM!:

PS: PBS Hawaii, PBS Colorado, PBS West Virginia & PBS US Virgin Islands have already aired ‘Valentino’s Ghost’. Hopefully other PBS US affiliates will follow suit!

‘Valentino’s Ghost’ makes comeback after four years of suppression:

Above Mondoweiss review was linked in comments at bottom of following URL:

‘Frontline’ founder says assertions about his role in development of ‘Valentino’s Ghost’ are wrong and unfair:

See comments at bottom of as well if interested further!