Hi Film Fans,

I invite you to check out the new film social network site – Filmbuffet. It’s brand new – BETA. Be the first to try it out. We welcome fans to write content, start a group and build your own discussion pages. Make it your own.

Your film Blog, your Discussion page, your Group. This is your film network.

Sign up, it’s free, check it out for yourself. It’s cool.


The Buzz – start your own discussions.

Groups – start your own groups, be an expert.

Blog – want to write about the awards season?

My Collection – show off.

Members – tell your friends and make new ones.

Movies – search, score, comment or buy.

Review – write a review.

Discussion – start or comment on a thread.


Here’s my page – sign up!

Here’s the blurb:

Filmbuffet invites movie fans to continue their movie experience online. Think of us like your friendly neighborhood coffee shop.  Only instead of coffee, we’re serving up a mixture of good conversation, original reviews and the opportunity to make new friends with others who share your interest in film.  A place where you’re the star and your opinion matters.

As the first social networking and movie cataloging site of its kind dedicated to movie lovers, we invite you to build your own virtual movie collection to share with friends and other movie lovers. Discover the movies your friends and family members loved – or hated.  Influence other movie fans by rating and discussing movies.  Learn from other movie fans with similar tastes in film.

And if you’re dying to see a film featured in another member’s movie collection? You can also watch movie trailers or purchase DVDs and movie tickets from the Filmbuffet site.

Cheers everyone,

Ginger Liu

Film and TV columnist for Regent Media, reporter for Inside Hollywood Examiner and contributed to Playlist-Indiewire, LA2DAY, Yahoo, Pocketchange LA, LA.COM, IMDB, Film Community and MTV.  My coverage has appeared in Variety, Cinemablend, Moving Pictures, Fangoria, Yahoo. Owner of Ginger Media & Entertainment and GLIU Photography & Film.

Why so glum about the Royal Wedding?

Photograph: Samir Hussein/WireImage

The Royal Wedding is a good thing for London tourism. But I’ve just seen interviews with USA press in London and they don’t get why the people on the street don’t seem that bothered by it all. What they don’t get is that the UK is in a recession, one which the USA paid its way out of. Prime Minister David Cameron is cutting funding for libraries, schools, arts, leisure, National Health services, et al. The English people are fed up of it all especially when they see privileged Royalty living it up with the best wedding in the world paid for by tax payers money. Okay, the wedding is paid for by the family but where did they get their money from? Hello!!! And the people are paying for security.

Prince William is well liked because of his humanitarian efforts and that’s cool. But please USA anchors, stop saying the English are quiet because of some mythic “English reserve” (The Beatles, Rolling Stones, Elton John are all English. Are they reserved?) when the reality is that we are suffering from Cameron’s “cuts, cuts, cuts.”

Of course I’m going to have a “jolly good time” down in London and party like the non-reserved Brit I am…oh and interview, report and take photos. I think it will be a lot of fun. The English know how to party.

Read my Vox Pop on Yahoo’s Royal Wedding Blog.

Photos by Ginger Liu

Upcoming Events: Jack Savoretti Singer Songwriter at the Hotel Cafe


English-Italian, singer songwriter, Jack Savoretti plays LA’s Hotel Cafe Wednesday night at 10 pm. He’s been compared to Ben Harper, Bob Dylan, and Neil Diamond. He’s just finished a European tour and his music has appeared on One Tree Hill and Sisters of the Traveling Pants 2. At 23 years old he’s on the cusp of international stardom. I caught up with him today to talk about music, traveling, and football (soccer).

My interview and concert photographs will follow.

Jack Savoretti performs on Wednesday 3rd December at 10 PM

The Hotel Cafe

1623 1/2 N. Cahuenga Blvd