Just a heads up that the show I directed for the BIO Channel, "Look Who's Stalking", premieres on March 31st with the next episode on April 7th.
Their promo dept just released 6 clips today that you can see here: http://www.biography.com/tv/look-whos-stalking
Do watch the full episodes on TV, if you can...Not sure what number is the BIO Channel in your area...You'll have to consult your cable or satellite guide in the US, Canada, & the UK.
"A.L.I.C.E." will have its Canadian premiere at the Silver Wave Film Festival in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada on November 5th, 2011.
This is the 26th festival acceptance for "A.L.I.C.E.".
The film is represented by Fred Joubaud of Ouat Media. For more info, please contact email@example.com
To see a trailer, please visit the official "A.L.I.C.E." site: http://www.dawnwestlake.com/dawnwestlake/rondecana/films/alice/index.html
We have assembled a cast and crew of over 50. All of them are experienced in their own field. Our director has over 20 years of experience. We have crew that have worked on Hollywood movies that were made locally. We have actors who have been in movies with A-listers. This is going to be a great film. We plan on submitting it to Sundance. This is an exciting project.
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We are in preproduction for a new short film entitled "Going Home". Below (click on ANNOUNCING above) you will find a summary overview of the project.
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The film "Democracy is ..." by Tino Schwanemann is a controversy on democracy. Is our society really democratic? Can everyone be part of it? Or is the act of being part in democracy dependent to the access on technology, progression or any resources of information, as philosophers like Paul Virilio or Jean Baudrillard already claimed? The film is an inventory of our surrounding reality and its goal is to initiate discussions on democracy.
This is the winner film of Gesellschafte...
Director: Lionel Guedj & Stephane Bebert.
Some people’s fates deserved t be known by everyone.
Henry Padovani, this Young 24-year old corsican, who arrivedin London in December 1976, is one of them.
Actor and witness of a period when the alternative and revolutionary trend, the punk movement, arose, this self-taught guitar player went through the 80’s like a météorite falling from nowhere.
From The Police he founded with Stewart Copeland in January 77, until his réunion on stage thirty yearslater in front of 80,000 people, from The Clash to the Sex Pistols, from The Who to The Pretenders, from REM he signedup to Zucchero whom he manages, with everyone, Henry shared a little bit of their music and a lot of their lives.
Going back to his London memories, camera in hand, a move guided by a series of improvised sequences, of interviews of some of thèse rock n roll heroes, and of those who were there, more anonymous but just as important, the story of an extraordinary man told in this film, faitfull to his drive for freedom and spontaneity.
A man for whom Rock n Roll has always been synonymous of friendship and solidarity.
A man who dedicated and keeps on dedicating his life to music,
and Rock’n’roll…Of Corse !
This is our graduation film. Please write in if you would like more information about it.
Director: Garon Campbell.
Sergeant Thinus Coetzee must transport a suspected terrorist, Raymond Matlatla to trial in order to testify against fellow activists for the murder of Colonel Viljoen. Instead Raymond intends to reveal the truth about Viljoen’s murder. Raymond endures an agonising journey as he faces the two men that killed his brother whilst Thinus slowly discovers the lies upon which his duty is based.