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INTERVIEW: Emmy-Award winning Director Kirk Gillon

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From his mild mannered demeanor, you might not know that Kirk Gillon is a one-man powerhouse. His cinematic skills have earned him an Emmy, two Addys as well as many other awards. He has a well-rounded knowledge behind the camera whether being a director, producer, director of photography or editor. He has worked with major networks like CBS, NBC and ABC CNN and on shows like "NBC World News," "Good Morning America," America's Most Wanted" and too many others to count. He has traveled the world working and now, on the homefront in Florida, he is working non-stop on independent projects. Perhaps the one nearest to his heart is the documentary he is currently directing and producing on entitled "A Mother's Love" about his significant other, an adoptee from Vietnam, and her quest to find her birth mother. In addition, he just completed cinematography on "Caught in the Middle," a film about bullying,  which was recently featured on CNN. Now, he is on to Alyn Darnay's "Krissy Belle" as editor. These are just a few. He will discuss all his projects and exciting journeys.