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Marc Hofstatter, head of Film at Indiegogo explains how to create your goal and hit it!
To learn more about From the Heart Productions and Carole Dean please visit http://fromtheheartproductions.com/
A Life Outside, directed by Catherine Brabec, is the story of the relationships of six New Jersey surfers: Greg Mesanko, Chris Mesanko, Kevin Casey, Jim Purpuri, Richard Luthringer, and Bucky Walters, who got on a surfboard for the first time close to 50 years ago and haven’t stopped their pursuit of surf to this day. As the surf boom took hold in the 60's, Casino Pier was not only one of the best surf spots on the east coast, it was also one of the most competitive and closely guarded by the locals. The Pier has been an icon for decades and is now all but destroyed by Hurricane Sandy. This is the story of these surfers and the Pier- then and now. Surfing the Pier was a privilege earned, a territory fiercely protected. You didn’t just own a board and paddle out, you had to be invited and then show quickly that you were good enough to be allowed in. So while surfing was a connection, friendships were complicated by the fierce competition in the water. Out of the water, surf shops were the gathering spot, the clubhouse, and Grog’s Surf Palace in Seaside Park was the mecca of the east coast. His shop created an intersection of surfers from around the world as surf culture and industry began to build. A Life Outside weaves their stories along side the lives of the NJ men, exposing that regardless of fame or monetary rewards - at the core is the same unrestrained passion and single focus to surf. Today, close to 50 years later, all these guys are still surfing. In October 2012, we filmed a surf trip in Baja MX with the NJ crew. Corky Carroll, Mike Doyal and Mickey Munoz joined us for an amazing week. Then, just 3 weeks after returning home to NJ, Hurricane Sandy hit. Towns, homes, and the Casino Pier were destroyed. The lives of our NJ crew forever changed. To preview the trailer, visit https://vimeo.com/84900247
John Smart began working on feature film in the Art department while still in college at the University of New Mexico where he received a BFA in theater. After a number of years working on such films as The Big Easy, Heathers, and Barfly - he decided to teach in Los Angeles and at school for teens who’d gotten in trouble with drugs. He became known for bringing film industry professionals to the school as guest speakers and mentors. Establishing a relationship between the school and the local film and TV industry that lasted long after he was gone. When John returned to working on films he dove into legal clearances. He’s worked on a long list of projects including: The Good Lie, Don Jon, 2 Guns, Shopgirl, The Hot Flashes, Linsanity, Looper, Bullet To The Head and approximately 60 other films, TV shows and DVD games. He loves clearances because he can both assist in legally getting a production difficult items they may want or need for a project - but more importantly a Clearance administrator is one of the last firewalls a production has avoid legal action - and a copyright infringement claim can be lethal for a film. You can email your questions to 123filmeasy@gmail.Follow us on Twitter @123Film
Sam Dlugach, firstname.lastname@example.org top Hollywood colorist shares how to prevent pitfalls in post production that can be averted with a good colorist onboard early.
To learn more about Carole Dean and From the Heart Productions please visit www.FromtheHeartProductions.com
Join the conversation with Marcus Big Spence Spencer, producer, actor and first time film director and Danny Tisdale on The Danny Tisdale Show as they talk about his new film at the Harlem Film Festival, growing up in Oakland, Will Smith, Octavia Spencer, Harlem's Danny Glover, Forest Whitaker and his favorite place in Harlem.
Listen to the show here which was recorded at 3 pm, Monday, September 15th, EST.
Check out his website www.bigspence.net.
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We're Baaaaaccck! And ready to rock the graveyard with our 100th podcast!! And what better way than to have Mike and JoAnn Thomas on the show to annouce the nominations for the FANtastic Horror Film Festival! We're at the edge of our seats waiting to hear who got chosen and how this all got started in the first place! :P So many amazing films to talk about and you know we love us some good old fashioned horror flicks! What a fright night this is gonna be!
The new indie film GRACE, will makae its world premiere April 18th at the upcoming Nashville Film Festival. Rooted in powerful performances by Annika Marks (“The Sessions”) and Sharon Lawrence (“NYPD Blue”), “GRACE.” compassionately looks at the disease of addiction through a young woman inching towards redemption. Grace was produced by Emmy Award-winning director and producer, Sylvia Caminer, who's our guest on this show.
GET THE FIRST LOOK! Watch the official trailer for Grace here: Website: www.gracethemovie.us
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