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Women in Film & TV Mentorship Program for Actors

Women in Film & TV Mentorship Program for Actors

Women in film and television mentorship program for actors started as a question in another actors mind–In the midst of struggling with a difficult career decision, what if you had somebody to help guide you? As you’re paving the road ahead, what if you could learn from someone who had already successfully walked the same […]

Tennyson E. Stead Filming with Collective Focus

Tennyson E. Stead Filming with Collective Focus

Tennyson E. Stead  – Filming with Collective Focus The original Blog Hop started with only writers revealing their creative writing process.  Yet, my mind journeyed into the creative process of screenwriters and filmmakers. I  wanted to learn more from them, to glean from their experience and discover their creative taps.   I decided to ask […]

Tybee Diskin - Creating Real and Wanting to Find It

Tybee Diskin – Creating Real and Wanting to Find It

Tybee Diskin – Creating Real and Wanting to Find It  – The original Blog Hop started with only writers revealing their creative writing process.  Yet, my mind journeyed into the creative process of screenwriters and filmmakers. I  wanted to learn more from them, to glean from their experience and discover their creative taps.   I […]

Indie Short Film Dead Metaphors

Indie Short Film Dead Metaphors

Indie short film, Dead Metaphors, needs you to help get it off the ground.  The film short is a dark literary drama about the destructive side of the creative process. One of the many things that makes this project special is the writer and director, Patrick Ford.  He is a 27-year old student at the […]

Casey Ryan's Cutting Room Floor February Lineup

Casey Ryan’s Cutting Room Floor February Lineup

Casey Ryan’s Cutting Room Floor February Lineup: Sunday, Feb. 23 (12PM EST) – Filmmaker Mark Kirkland Mark Kirkland’s new films: A Letter From Home & The Moving Picture Co. 1914 This was an incredible, must listen to interview.  Casey just wrapped it up with Mark Kirkland.  If your interested in adding a film to your […]

Casey Ryan's Cutting Room Floor - January Lineup

Casey Ryan’s Cutting Room Floor – January Lineup

  Casey Ryan’s Cutting Room Floor – January lineup includes talented authors, incredible comic creators and busy-at-work actors.  Catch it all here.  Remember’ “If you have a story to tell, or a project to sell” Casey wants to hear from you. – Sun. 1/26 at 12PM EST – Actor Holt Boggs & Actor Jimmy Dempster […]

Best 10 Indie Films of 2013

Best 10 Indie Films of 2013

After attending film festivals, and perusing Netflix during family TV time over this past year, we decided to write our own “Best 10 Indie Films of 2013.”  Other critics input, equations or “rules” was not a factor in how we went about rating our favorites, in fact, they’re not rated in any particular order.  This […]

7 on 10: Women Alcoholism and Imprisonment

7 on 10: Women Alcoholism and Imprisonment

I came across ‘a MUST pay attention to indie film production’ titled “7 on 10”.  It is an unusual name for a film, but it isn’t the reference to basketball that intrigues me.  The allure is in how 7 on 10 portrays women in ‘a not very much talked about way’.  This story is told […]

Doctober Film Festival

Doctober Film Festival

Doctober is a month-long  Documentary Film Fest during the month of October at the Pickford Theatre, a hip venue for Independent films in Bellingham, Washington. While continuing to play a selection of Indy films on one side of the two-screen theatre downtown and in its companion Limelight theatre, a firestorm of documentaries roll through the schedule […]

Award Winning Actress Kaitlin Cheung To Star In “Hope Rises"

Award Winning Actress Kaitlin Cheung To Star In “Hope Rises”

Award winning actress Kaitlin Cheung to star in Hope Rises, a feature film based on true stories of Chinese orphans and trafficked children. Vancouver October 3, 2013 – Vancouver actress Kaitlin Cheung, has landed the leading role of Hope in the upcoming feature film, Hope Rises, and will be traveling to the Philippines this month […]

Monumental The Movie - Official Trailer

Monumental The Movie – Official Trailer

Monumental The Movie released their official trailer today. The filmmakers plan on completion of the film in 2014.  This is an indie movie I’m keeping a close eye on due to the talents of their director Scott Hansen and lead actor Gary Cairns, who is also a supporter of Indie It Press. I am very […]

Casey Ryan's Cutting Room Floor: September's Diverse Indie Artists

Casey Ryan’s Cutting Room Floor: September’s Diverse Indie Artists

Casey Ryan’s Cutting Room Floor September line-up is full of wonderfully diverse indie artists.  He is featuring a poet, a filmmakers premier show in Cinema du Parc–Montreal, an indie published author involved with “HallowRead”, and a TV Show host.  This is a ‘must listen’ September line-up.  Casey is a great fan and supporter of indie […]

Canadian Young Actors Film Festival

Canadian Young Actors Film Festival

​ The Canadian Young Actors Film Festival (CYAFF) is a festival held to celebrate Canada’s young talent in short film. It is a great way for young actors, with their parents and friends, to gather together to honor all the hard work (and fun) that goes into short films. There will be a red carpet […]

Casey Ryan's Cutting Room Floor:  September's Do Not Miss Schedule

Casey Ryan’s Cutting Room Floor: September’s Do Not Miss Schedule

  September’s “do not miss schedule”  of Casey Ryan’s Cutting Room Floor is already rolling with two incredible previously recorded interviews.  Of COURSE, I deem September’s schedule as a do not miss…why?  I missed the first two interviews and really wish I hadn’t. However, with Casey’s show you can always download the episodes  and listen […]

Seeking Asian Female, Documentary: Tonight on PBS

Seeking Asian Female, Documentary: Tonight on PBS

One of my favorite documentary films from this year’s Big Sky Festival: Seeking Asian Female airs tonight on PBS.  Funny, insightful, it explores the world of one 60- something Bay Area male who has a Yen for Asian Women, specifically Chinese women. Debbie Lum, a Chinese American independent filmmaker explores the phenom.The take away is […]

Big Sky Documentary Film Festival 2013: Best Feature Blood Brother

Big Sky Documentary Film Festival 2013: Best Feature Blood Brother

Blood Brother won Best Feature Film at the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival last night.  I viewed this film with our film media writer and correspondent Ann Bodle-Nash.  Both of us left the movie teary-eyed, considering life and the part we play in it, and Ann “pining” for India.  The story is poignant, funny, and […]