CAST BREAKDOWNS - of One Lost is Heaven’s Gain
1. JOHN JERKINS - father - African American male, - height five - nine or six feet tall, twenty five to…Continue
It has taken me longer than it should've to post this wonderful interview with independent filmmaker Dillon Schohr; but finally, here it is. Instead of taking over some of his answers like some sites do, I have decided to make this piece purely his interview and all the links you need to become a well and deserved fan. Dillon and fellow friend and filmmaker Taylor Silk have created what they titled 'The Desert Trilogy' which are three short films that are beautiful, abstract and almost…Continue
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Corporate Video Production is an important part of many video business’ bottom line. It is the “bread and butter” as we often call it and as an industry is one of the more…Continue
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As a better way for us to organize our production resources we recently (Last Friday) relaunched an online database on our geargator.net domain. When you get a chance please add your info & gear list to the site (If any).
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An American Film Fair organize every year with their own glitter..Let’s take a look at AFI. The American Film Institute (AFI) is a film organization that educates filmmakers and honors the heritage of the moving picture arts in the U.S. AFI is supported by private funding and public membership.
So, what is Frameline ? “Frameline” is a huge & nonprofit media arts…Continue
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“ Stars “ they aren’t really like us. celebrities spend a good part of their lives focusing on intense fitness regimens and diets in order to appear perfect at all times.
American Film celebrities has a smashing lifestyle..but besides their films, albums, and professional career, celebrities often become known for their crazy diet and fitness plans.Like Emilia Clarke and…Continue
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Fashion On Film is Sacramento’s most premiere event. Happens every year in February. Ther was a panel of some of Sacramento’s most influential fashionista’s discussing fashion, film, and why the two are so important to the city’s fashion culture. This is a merging of filmmakers, models, designers, make-up artist brings them all together for a documentary film that screens at the event.
We meet Christie, who specializes in head-dresses. Her next show, as she quotes it,…Continue
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How far would you go for a pair of your favorite sneakers? Under our noses sneaker culture is on the rise among fans and bloggers. Laced Up is a film that documents sneaker collectors and various aspects of sneaker culture. It is not just something that isolated to the United States, but is a worldwide phenomenon. The film immediately begins with letting the audience know that the sneaker game is changing rapidly. With the influx of women whom have not only…Continue
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Here I am at the Cine Soul event in Sacramento at the Guild Theater. All of Sacramento's movie movers and shakers were in atendence for film panels, movie shorts and an after party! There is so much untapped talent in this city and the California Film Foundation does its best to highlight that talent. I saw a few shorts before I had to step out, but here are two mini reviews:
The first film to be shown is Code: Love directed by. The film is about a…Continue
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At New York Comic Con, I spoke to Rebecca Romijn about her role on the hit TV show The Librarians (which will soon begin its second season) and how strong female characters are changing the landscape of Television. Eve Baird (Rebecca Romijn), is…Continue
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New York Comic Con 2015: An Exciting and Exhausting Day
This is my first New York Comic Con. I wasn't sure what to expect when I arrived at the Jacob Javitz Center where it is being held. I know I didn't expect it to be crowded. Day 0 is never crowded right? WRONG!…Continue
2,00 new films!
1,000 production companies!
Here is a brief video overview of AFM 2015. If you have an actual film product to sell, this is the best place to do it. Stay tuned for more, exclusive CFF coverage of AFM 2015 in coming weeks! As we did in years past, the California Film Foundation will keep you…Continue
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Hey everyone. I hope you support our film Fan 27 as it's being screened at the AOF International Film Festival.
Lucasfilm announced at D23 their first film in the new standalone Star Wars series, Rogue One, has begun principal photography. Gareth Edwards (Godzilla, Monsters) is directing Rogue One, which tells the story of resistance fighters who have united to steal plans to the…Continue
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I got first hand knowledge of the Star Wars film slate. I went to the D23 Live Action panel! Walt Disney Studios chairman Alan Horn took the stage to present the Lucasfilm slate and timeline to the D23 expo fans. Horn reminded…Continue
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