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With the Slamdance Film Festival just around the corner, Dekker Dreyer will be a busy man.
After leaving Participant Media (producers of such films as The Help, Bridge of Spies, Goodnight & Good Luck), Dreyer created his own company, Cleaver Fox Media, which focuses on virutual reality content, which is started to be a trend in the coming year.
Dreyer will be a juror at the festival, plus will host a fireside chat to discuss the growing trend of Immersive cinema.
Canadian teen Sophia Radisch is hoping to bring hard hitting guitar driven rock back to the masses.
The singer/songwriter has released her new album "Beautiful Sin" and produced a new single called "Hot Blooded". Both were produced by herself and fromer Megadeth member Glen Drover.
We will also throw back to 2008 and an interview we did with fillmaker Chris Duddy. Brother-in-law of Carrie Fisher, he discusses his near death experience and how he got involved in filmmaking.
Born and raised in Los Angeles the Martinez Twins, Joseph and Will, each attended Art Center College of Design where Joseph majored in Film and Will in Illustration.?The Twins blazed a trail independent of one another working in television, film and theme park production around the world and have now combined their talents to create the award-winning short film, "Knock". Their upcoming projects include the feature adaptation of "Knock" titled, "American Witch," and a TV show about genetically modified food that has risen from the plate to eat mankind, "Food Zombies." "Knock" was an official selection in Shriekfest 2015!
The art of filmmaking is to tell a story through film. Films influence culture and societies. How are stories developed? What are the challenges of raising capital through such vehicles as Kickstarter compared to traditional means? Has the power of the internet made it easier to market and distribute?
Guests: Ryan Walker, New York & Regina Griffin, DC
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Thank you for tuning in to another episode of #LJDNShow, I hope you enjoy last weeks premier of the Lina N Brian Hour. This is our first Talent in 10 project for the new year 2016 and I am truly excited about adding something new, and I truly appreciate all of you for listening and supporting the show.
This year I will be adding interviews to the Talent in 10 episodes, because Talent in 10 covers such a broad sprectrum, from indie music artist to Indie Filmmakers. Some interviews will be held during the show! This week we will be starting with the band "OOGGEE Wawa" out of NYC. You heard thier song on my show you know the reggae influenced music, if your a fan this show would be the best opportunity to show your love and support of thier music call-in, tweet, or instagram. you will aslo be listening to a short film from called "I Miss You" by " Beyond Tomorrrow's film", #IndieFilmmaker Jermaine Carson with his film "For You/For Me" and Film Maker Alex Pearl we will be hearing the trailer from his new film "Sleeping with the Blackbirds" and if time permits you will also hear an excerpt from his novel. So get cozy on the couch and check out the show Monday 7:00pm EST.
If you have'nt had a chance to check out the January calender on the LJDNShow website, then you missed out because the Talent in 10 calender is now up, so stop by and check out the pics of our film makers and music artist ready for Monday's show, until then connect with me on the network.
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Vivian Lin is a Toronto-based director, producer and writer. Her short film And They Watched, a horror morality tale, is an Official Selection of Sitges International Film Festival, Shriekfest Film Festival, Holly Shorts Film Festival, Mile High Horror Film Festival, and more. It is a part of the film anthology Fun Size Horror: Volume 2. Her previous directing credits include Four Walls starring Nina Dobrev (Vampire Diaries) and Brendan Jeffers (Degrassi: TNG), and the comedy play The Mirror, which premiered at the Montreal Fringe Festival.
In 2015, she was awarded Telefilm Canada’s New Voices Award for writing. Her half-hour television pilot 100 Blackouts was a Top 10 Finalist in Final Draft’s Big Break Screenplay Competition, and won the Bronze Prize in the Page International Screenplay Competition.
She is currently co-producing the feature film Four One Nine, with Pierre Sarrazin and Suzette Couture, based on the Giller Prize-winning novel 419, by Will Ferguson, directed by Jeremy Podeswa (Game of Thrones).
The King of DC Media, William Powell, welcomes Writer\Producer Owen Ratliff, who will talk about his martial arts film Black Salt, which is based on a critically acclaimed comic book franchise.
Log Line: With time winding down towards world-ending devastation, the fate of mankind rests in the hands of Interpol agent Samuel Tharpe.
Synopsis: With only four days left the clock ticks down towards a new world holocaust. The only thing standing in its path is Interpol’s deadliest black-ops agent, Samuel Tharpe. Sam hunts down the path of a game-changing weapon of mass destruction called the Exterminatus. He follows hot on its trail deep into the ancient land of China where he must seek aid from the Abbot at the Shaolin Temple.
Black Salt is an action film project based on the critically acclaimed comic book franchise. The story is an epic thriller merging the world of modern-day espionage and political intrigue with the ancient world of martial arts. The mini-feature is a precursor to the Black Salt feature film and TV series. This project was made possible by our fans through our Indigogo campaign.
TIM REID, the Emmy-nominated actor, director and producer, has been a mainstay in the entertainment industry for the last three decades. He starred as "Venus Flytrap," on the popular CBS television series "WKRP in Cincinnati" from 1978 - 1982. Twice he has been nominated for the NAACP Image Award for "Best Actor in a Comedy" for his popular characters. Reid has written for several of the shows that he acted in, including "WKRP in Cincinnati," "Simon & Simon," "Frank's Place" and "Snoops," in which he co-starred with his wife, Daphne Maxwell Reid. Reid has also produced several of his popular television series such as "Frank's Place," "Snoops" and "The Tim & Daphne Show," in which the Reids co-starred and co-created. Tim is a much admired and sought after braintrust in the filmmaking business in our nation and he is committed to teaching the next generation
Zena Dell Lowe is a screenwriting professor, actress, writer, producer & director. Her recent film "RAG DOLL," (inspired by a true story) & is an edgy film about a woman married to a gay man. RAG DOLL is the 1st official project of Mission Ranch Films, & was completed in April, 2015. It won Audience Award for Best Short at the Louisiana International Film Festival in May, 2015, & was an Official Selection at the Portland Film Festival in September, 2015 & at California Women's Film Festival where it screened this month. Zena talks about her creative work & thoughts on screenwriting, & the evangelical world's involvement in filmmaking. Zena has a Performing Arts degree from American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Hollywood, a Bachelors degree in English from Cal State University at Northridge, and a Masters degree in Apologetics from Biola University. As an actress, Zena worked successfully in theatre, national commercials & films before transitioning behind the scenes to writing & filmmaking. She became the Associate Director of Act One: Writing for Hollywood, a prestigious film & television training program that she herself attended in 2000. This led to numerous speaking invitations, & she soon became a frequent speaker at Writers Conferences around the country.
Mission Ranch Films is a newly formed Independent Film Production Company based in Bozeman, Montana, owned by Zena & her brother Robert L. Stephens. They named the company after their family ranch, located just 10 miles east of Livingston. The goal of Mission Ranch Films is to create quality, artistic, & meaningful content for film and television, in the Big Sky State of Montana, utilizing the vast pool of local talent to tell stories with universal appeal.
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