Denise moved to Los Angeles from Orlando, FL. Denise has been in the entertainment business for more than 20 years primarily as an actress. She can be seen in the latest Mel Gibson movie "Get the Gringo" AKA "How I Spent My Summer Vacation," "The Last Ride" with Dennis Hopper and on such tv shows [...]
GREAT NEWS! The Battle Below has been selected to screen at the NYC Downtown Short Film Festival on Wed, October 16, 8p, DMAC, 62 East 4th Street. The official announcement is copied below. If you’re in NYC, come to the screening and vote! Tell your family and friends. Share on Facebook and Twitter. Tickets are [...]
Will Tiao, founder of Film Finance Master Class and writer and speaker on getting your film funded, recently wrote a piece on corporate sponsorship as a means to fund your film: Can I Get Advertising Sponsors to Pay For My Film? The Role of Branding, Advertising and Product Placement in Indie Films. One of Tiao's [...]
THANK YOU! We hit our crowdfunding goal on Indiegogo so Memorable Minorities is a go. We hope to shoot in the next few weeks, and we'll keep you posted on our blog. First up, Game of Thrones. Then, a hysterical piece by Melody Cooper -- you will not think of museums the same way again, [...]
Blacks, Asians and Latins in Sci Fi, oh my! Help support our newest project, Memorable Minorities, a series of skits where we will show you what it would be like for there to be color in Sci Fi and Fantasy. Check out our Indiegogo page, and help us out!
Absolutely eat dessert first. The thing that you want to do the most, do that – Joss Whedon Ari Karpel posted a great piece in Fast Company on Joss Whedon: How To Be Prolific: Guidelines For Getting It Done From Joss Whedon. The above quote on doing the fun stuff first is just one of [...]
How is the entertainment business like high school? Cliques and stereotypes abound. The majority adopt the same formulaic trends (though I did see and enjoy “White House Down” so I’m part of the problem). Creative people are outsiders Smart people are overshadowed by the beautiful and physically fit As time goes on, you see that [...]
I read with great interest this Hollywood Reporter piece on how Steven Spielberg himself predicts the implosion of the film industry: If Spielberg feels like it’s tough to make a film, what does it mean for the rest of us? If literary, creative, or basically any non-tentpole films need to be made for TV, what [...]
This tap number is what I imagine if Friday the 13th were made into a musical, and Jason had his big song and dance number. Soundrack by Anarbor and costumes by Converse! Alison Tap Senior Solo from Scott Ceniza-Levine on Vimeo. Which horror movie would you like to see as a musical?
Tania Verafield (The Queen) began her career as a Ford model at age 10. Tania made her feature film debut in 2005 opposite Christian Bale in Harsh Times, the directorial debut of David Ayer, screenwriter of Academy Award-winning Training Day. Since then, she has had the pleasure of playing opposite Tilda Swinton in the foreign film Julia, getting in touch [...]