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Tom Malloy has raised more than $25 million in private equity from independent financiers and has written, produced and starred, or co-starred, in nearly all the films. Some of these films include ASHLEY, which starred Nicole Fox and Michael Madsen last year, LOVE N’ DANCING, directed by Rob Iscove, and stars Amy Smart, Billy Zane, and Betty White; and the psychological thriller THE ALPHABET KILLER, directed by Rob Schmidt, and starring, Timothy Hutton, Tom, and Oscar Winner Melissa Leo. In addition to his work as a filmmaker, Tom is an accomplished author whose book BANKROLL: A New Approach to Financing Feature Films is considered the “gold standard” of indie film financing instruction. A second edition came out in 2012.
I was having a conversation with film analyst, Karen D. (The Movie Maven), and she mentioned flipping channels on her tv one night and catching the end of the first "Rocky" movie. As a result we've decided to have our "Focus Hollywood" segment be devoted to "Boxing In Film". Now boxing in movies didn't start with the Sylvester Stallone's film "Rocky" , but it does play a part in the vast history of boxing in cinema. So, our task is to introduce you to a few films you may not have heard of, and re-introduce you to some movies you may want to revisit again. Please take some time out to come and listen to our broadcast, and find your inner fighting spirit with "Boxing In Film".
Join us on Your15Minutes Radio as we speak with film director Sonja Stelly. Follow the conversation @your15minradio
Rez and Andy welcome film producer Thomas Dineen to the show. Dineen has worked on the popular "Z Nation" program, a futuristic Sci Fi series where the U.S. has been devastated by Zombies and their hope for survival rests in one man who has been bitten, survived, and possesses the antibodies to develop an innoculation that could save humanity if they can transport him safely to the labs 3,000 miles away. Dineen has also helped produce the 2015 hit series, The Man In The High Castle, based upon the fictional book that examines what life would have been like in the United States if the allies had not won WWII.
His list of credits also include production of movies such as the highly regarded, A Thousand Years of Prayers, and Lonely Hearts, starring John Travolta, Jared Leto, Salma Hayek and James Gandolfini.
Dineen is passionate about developing a film community with the Spokane Film Project, Reel Spokane, 50 Hour Slam, and Spokane International Film Festival.
Callers are welcome. Call anytime during the show, and you'll be brought in when there's an opportunity or opening. You'll be able to listen to the show while waiting. The number is 909.202.8606.
Gordon DelGiorno, Producer, Film Brothers, LLC
Film Brothers, LLC., helps any business/organization that struggles with delivering who they are and what they do to potential customers by creating short video commercials to use for free across the internet, email marketing and Social Media.
Gordon DelGiorno, Producer/ Director with Film Brothers Productions since 1999. Gordon has produced and directed dozens of short and feature films, as well as over 300 documentaries and commercials. His specialty is collaborating with the art, non-profit and business sectors to create exciting and productive happenings in the community.
After Sony attempted to reboot its “Spider-Man” franchise with Andrew Garfield as the web slinger, the studio is ready to give it a third try, this time with Kevin Feige, the man who has produced 10 consecutive blockbusters for Marvel Studios.
A deal to free up Spider-Man to appear in the Marvel cinematic universe, starting in 2017, is a clear admission by Sony that its superhero strategy with one of the most popular comicbook heroes around simply isn’t working.
That’s especially true at a time when the studio is desperate for some major film franchises. Struggling with one of the comicbook industry’s most popular superheroes was starting to get embarrassing — especially when “Guardians of the Galaxy,” starring a cast of misfits unknown to most moviegoers, broke out as a bigger hit in 2014 than the last “Spider-Man” movie when it made $774 million. “The Amazing Spider Man 2″ earned nearly $709 million worldwide.
“The Amazing Spider-Man 2″ just wasn’t the billion-dollar hit that Sony’s Amy Pascal had been looking for last year — and needed to be in order to keep full control over the character. That movie became the lowest grossing film of Sony’s five Spidey films to date, and forced the studio to instantly start rethinking its plans for the character, even giving up a piece of the franchise.
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