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Film maker Diane Musselman creates moving video portraying young stroke patient

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Amy Zellmer

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Join host Amy Zellmer as she chats wtih film maker, Diane Musselman.

Born and raised in southern Illinois, Diane Musselman participated in music and drama throughout her childhood years. This includes playing first chair flute in her high school band as well as acting in school theater productions. She moved to California in 1981 and received her Bachelors and Master’s Degree at California State University, Northridge, in Speech Pathology.

During those years, she continued to act on stage and in commercials, most notably in The Elephant Man and The Good Doctor. During her acting studies she met three other actors in search of good acting projects who decided to create a production company called Chocolate Old Fashioned Productions. 

From there she moved on to create Dancing Forward Productions where she discovered a new love of writing and producing. This resulted in a script for Just Another Dance With My Father. She reached out to former Chocolate Old Fashioned Productions fellow-producer, Kay Yamamoto, as well as new friends Sheryl Hartman, Peyton Skelton, and George Ohan to help produce the film, starring Jerrika Hinton of Grey’s Anatomy.  The film is the proud recipient of the Gold Remi awarded at WorldFest Houston. 

Diane is also pleased to be a co-executive producer on the feature film Last Call at Murray’s, and executive producer on the award winning web series Carbon Dating, both currently on the festival circuit. She is also pleased to have produced the 2016 music video, Look, for singer/songwriter Nina Paolicelli.

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