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Award-winning host Rachel Galvin interviews filmmakers from around the world on what it takes behind the scenes to make the movie magic happen. Learn practical tips to follow and pitfalls to avoid while navigating through your cinematic climb to the top!Check out my NEW MAGAZINE at http://issuu.com/rachelgalvin/docs/independent_streak_may--NO SHOW on 6/29. Listen to archives for now. Also no show on 7/6 as I will be at the FSC Super Geek Film Festival (come say hello!)

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"The History of Time Travel" is Ricky Kennedy's feature film debut and his final thesis work at Stephen F. Austin State University. But this is not his first film. He has also written and directed nine short films, including "The Line" and "In the... more

This is a re-run of a previous interview done here on Indie Streak with none other than Lloyd Kaufman himself, of Troma Films, which is celebrating 40 years on fiercely independent filmmaking. Also, come out and meet Lloyd. He will be at... more

In the short film "The Lord of Catan," starring Amy Acker and Fran Kranz, a husband and wife find themselves thrust into an apocalyptic rivalry over a game of Settlers of Catan. Although "The Lord of Catan" is his first film, Stuart C. Paul... more

Lydia Hyslop, known for her work on "White Reindeer," "Vacation!" and "Lake Dead," has created a clever and timely comic drama with "Burnout." The film centers around Ada, a beautiful girl who seems to have her life all in order until... more

Emmy Award-winning director Kyle Roberts, owner of Reckless Abandonment Pictures LLC in Oklahoma City, OK, is known for his work in stop motion animation. He puts his eye for direction and knowledge of special effects to... more

Writer/ Director Scott Schirmer's first feature length film, "Found," won Best Feature, Best Director and Best Actor at Elvira's Horror Hunt in 2012. It went on to win Best Horror Feature at The Phoenix Film Festival and the Audience... more

"A Call to Serve: Florida Jews and the US Military" weaves together a comprehensive look at the role Jews played in military campaigns from the battles of the Seminole Wars up through World War I and World War II into the... more

Born in Singapore, Vicki Lau had a passion for filmmaking since she was 14-years old when she first began using editing software. With a strong background in visual effects and applied psychology, she has always been fascinated with... more

Israeli actress, writer and director Dana Lerer will discuss her short film "Ella's Wedding Day," which was recently shown at the Palm Beach International Film Festival. It's Ella's wedding day. The sky is blue, the guests are on the way, but... more

Producer/ actress Grace McPhillips will discuss her feature film "The Other One," as well as the prequel "Eclipse." The feature deals with many issues including school violence, caring for an aging parent, the grieveing process, the... more
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