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Our guest, director/producer Dulanie Ellis, will discuss film funding, locating/ creating strategic partners and successful outreach on her most recent film, Ground Operations.For info about Carole Dean and From the Heart Productions visit http://fromtheheartproductions.com/
Ross Bigley joins us to talk about his great Film Fest The one to go to IMHO This weekend!
Bianca Goodloe is a member of the California Bar Association, the New York Bar Association and a Foreign Registered Advocate with the European Union. Having worked at the top global and magic circle law firms Weil, Gotshal & Manges, LLP and Linklaters (in Prague, Berlin and London), Ms. Goodloe has years of experience in film finance, entertainment law and intellectual property, having also worked in development and production prior to practicing law. Bianca Goodloe's clients have included Paramount Pictures, New Line Cinema, Universal Pictures, Miramax Films, Warner Bros. Pictures, Endemol Group B.V., and an array of independent producers and passive investors who have been advised on the structuring and allocation of investment into films including the Tomb Raider Franchise, The Harry Potter Franchise, The Lord of the Rings Franchise, among a myriad of independently financed feature films. As the Managing Partner of Goodloe Law, Bianca Goodloe founded the law practice in 2003. She is also an adjunct professor at New York University and University of California Los Angeles, and a frequent entertainment legal contributor to CNN's Showbiz Tonight. Goodloe Law is a boutique entertainment law practice providing counsel on all aspects of motion picture and television development, financing, production and distribution. The law practice represent writers, directors, producers, actors, investors, strategic financiers, private lenders, insurance brokers and tax credit brokers. We will discuss the newest developments in crowd funding and other digital distribution trends impacting the industry. You can email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org Link: www.123FilmEasy.com. Follow us on Twitter @123Film
I. Recently aquirred 6 35 mm film cameras, and I have been having a blast learning how to compose shots, use (and remember) all the functions and settings , and all that goes with doing things the "old school way" . What I find missing is a ( and for lack of better word) classroom environment that teaches me the old school methods of photography. I do NOT knock digital as I use it also .
So with that in mind I am looking to see if there enough interest out there to set up a web based class in Film photography ?
what a concept to use the Internet to do something old school
all are welcome to share ideas
It's time for the first recap countdown of 2013! As most of the film trailers are out for the movies of 2013, tonight, Jason provides his look back with his choices for the top 10 trailers of the year. Film trailers are an art in and of themselves, so tonight, hear Jason's best, and debate the choices.
Join your host Wes Blackman as he welcomes Mike Budd into the High Noon in Lake Worth studios. Mr. Budd is a semi-retired professor of film and media studies at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, where he taught for 32 years. He has published scholarly articles on a variety of topics - books on Disney, on commercial television and on the German silent film classic "The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari." In addition to teaching one course a year, he enjoys participation in community and political groups. Last year, he was active in the Occupy movement.
Frank Stallone knew he wanted to be a singer at an early age. Although he has joined his brother Sylvester on the big screen, music has been the driving force in Frank’s life and has earned him several Grammy and Academy Award nominations. Frank’s unique music style has paved the way for artists like Harry Connick, Jr., Rod Stewart and Michael Buble.
New York played host to a new film festival that’s been created just for travelers. The Nomading Film Festival co-founder Josh Wolff will take us a cinematic journey that is shared from the travelers’ perspective.
This week on the BIG show, we'll preview the inaugural Middleburg Film Festival. The fest, the brainchild of Sheila Johnson, will feature several Oscar contenders including Mandela: The Long Walk to Freedom, August Osage County and Nebraska, among others. Plus, we'll have entertainment news and reviews of the latest films including All is Lost and The Counselor on Episode 225 of Keeping It Reel with FilmGordon.
Carole Dean, Writer/Producer, author of The Art of Film Funding has raised over $500K for filmmakers on Indiegogo and teaches how to use your right brain to conceptualize your future and make it happen. We cover the power of your mind in this show, using it to benefit you and your fellowman.
If you would like to know more about Carole Dean and From the Heart Productions visit http://fromtheheartproductions.com/
We are excited to have Super Film Publicist Arian Simone.This is her story!
One day Coach Carter (the real Coach Carter the movie Coach Carter was based off) was on my floor and he introduced me to the fact that movie studios outsource people for what I do. He had me help out with some things for the movie prior to its release. From this exposure I then contacted people who were FAMU alumnus (Will Packer and Rob Hardy) that I knew were in the movie business and informed them about what I had been up to. Tune in to hear more.We also have PR Chat with The Moore PR Firm!
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