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As I mentioned before, one of the highlights for me at this year’s CinemaCon was having the opportunity to interview Morgan Spurlock, who was awarded the Documentary Filmmaker of the Year Award during the festivities...

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One of the highlights for me at this year’s CinemaCon was having the opportunity to interview Morgan Spurlock, who was awarded the Documentary Filmmaker of the Year Award during the festivities just prior to a...

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Director Noah Hutton Has MORE TO LIVE FOR!

March 24, 2011 | 0 Comments

Filmmakers Notebook has a special Q&A to present to you – an interview with Noah Hutton, Director of the compelling documentary MORE TO LIVE FOR, which tells the compelling story of 3 amazing men who...

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Hope while you’ve been reading Parts 1 & 2 of this Filmmakers Notebook Q&A you’ve had the chance to check out the new micro-pilot film “Awakening” from independent filmmaker John W. Bosley, who is otherwise known as @JBMovies.  The final...

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Today is a great day for independent filmmaker John W. Bosley, otherwise known as @JBMovies on Twitter, and Filmmakers Notebook is happy to be a part of it.  Below you can watch John’s micro-pilot film ”Awakening”, if you haven’t seen...

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Over the past two or three years, I’ve gone to a lot of film festivals. As an actor, I’ve attended many as a performer. As an employee of the New Beverly Cinema in L.A., I’ve...

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Part 2 of the Filmmakers Notebook Q&A with the talented and insightful filmmaker, Angelo Bell.  As I mentioned before, it is not only Angelo’s creativity and abilities that made me want to find out more about...

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The first time I heard of Angelo Bell was on Twitter.  I read a couple of his tweets about writing screenplays and wanted to know more.  Here was a filmmaker with wit and wisdom who...

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Part 3 and the final installment of the Filmmakers Notebook Q&A with Canadian Filmmaker Heath Tait, who has produced the award winning documentary “Vancouver Vagabond”. You paint a different picture of what it’s like to...

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Filmmaker Val Lauren was the first recipient of Openfilm’s Get It Made Competition, winning the grand prize for his short “HELP”, about a son desperate to save his dying mother.  Born and raised in Los...

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