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I thought it was time to catch up with one of the first people in the film industry I met on Twitter, who I actually have had the pleasure of meeting in person, so here...

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Part 2 of the Filmmakers Notebook Q&A with Filmmaker David Spaltro discussing more about his career and “Things I Don’t Understand.” Now that the film has won several awards on the festival circuit, has that...

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Perhaps best known for their film festivals featuring shorts and animation which is now entering its 15th season, Hollywood Shorts launched the Emerging Filmmakers Program (EFP) in 2001 with the intention of extending support and...

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This is Part 2 of the Visual Effects panel that took place Sat. September 8th at The Mirage Hotel & Casino as a part of the Social Media Film Festival. The panel was moderated by...

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The Visual Effects panel took place Sat. September 8th at The Mirage Hotel & Casino as a part of the Social Media Film Festival. The panel was moderated by Sean Kinney and panelists included Patrick...

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Part 2 with Windy Borman, the director/producer or the awarding-winning documentary film “The Eyes of Thailand.” Borman also offers these suggestions to other filmmakers who are interested in undertaking projects in similar conditions on foreign...

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One film that was very well received at the 2012 Las Vegas Film Festival is the heart wrenching and spiritually uplifting documentary “The Eyes of Thailand,” which was directed and produced by Windy Borman.  Recipient...

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Part 2 on Filmmakers Notebook with Oscar-winning Actor Louis Gossett Jr., who received the 2012 Male Indie Icon Award at the Las Vegas Film Festival. The role was demanding physically as well as emotionally.  For...

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On Saturday, July 21st actor Louis Gossett Jr. was awarded the 2012 Male Indie Icon Award at the Las Vegas Film Festival during festivities that included a press conference and a special screening celebrating the...

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One recent highlight was playing Lela Rogers in Clint Eastwood’s “J. Edgar” starring Leonardo DiCaprio.  Thompson found Eastwood’s style interesting and was happy for the opportunity to see how he runs his set.  She said...

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