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Rex Sikes' Movie Beat chats with filmmaker Joe Wilson

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Joe Wilson is an award-winning filmmaker & comedy screenwriter, stand up comedian & private investigator. Wilson's short film "The Swear Police" won best shortie-short at the 2009 LA Comedy Shorts Film Festival, which can be seen at http://www.SwearPolice.com. "Vampire Mob" is a new web series created, written, directed, produced & edited by Wilson, starring John Colella ("Swear Police'), Reamy Hall (Criminal Minds), Marcia Wallace ("The Simpsons"), Chris Mulkey (Twin Peaks, Boardwalk Empire), Kirsten Vangsness (Criminal Minds), Jim Roof ("Swear Police"), Andrea Cansler (Groundlings Sunday Company), Cris D’Annunzio ("Digging Up Dad") and Elizabeth Beckwith ("Curb Your Enthusiasm"). The series will premiere early this summer and a trailer is available at http://www.VampireMob.com. Wilson has worked on web series through three net booms, including writing for Mondo Media's "Like, News," created by Don Asmussen, directing the web series, "Lake Charles Lake," created & written by Martha Kelly & Tom Sharpe for SuperDeluxe.com (Turner Entertainment) and he was a producer and half the crew on episodes of "Powerloafing," created by Emmy-award winning writer, Mike Upchurch, including "Dept. of Doom," guest starring Neil Patrick Harris - http://vimeo.com/5817119. One of Wilson's feature screenplay comedies, "Let's Mow," won first place in the Hollywood Film Festival's screenplay competition & also won the Producer's Outreach Program run by the Scriptwriter's Network, as well as being a finalist in Scriptapalooza. Once a month, Wilson participates as a writer in "LA Cafe Plays" at the Ruskin Group Theatre in Santa Monica, where five writers are handed two headshots and a theme, and in four hours, write a short play, which is performed twice that evening - 10 hours from creation to opening night. Stay tuned to Rex Sikes' Movie Beat for other great archived interviews, cast and crew listings, events, festivals, premieres, and more at http://www.rexsikes.com

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