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Video footage from the Q&A at the Las Vegas International Film Festival with Director Ash Adams after the screening of his film “Once Fallen”, which stars Ed Harris, Brian Presley, Amy Madigan, Taraji P. Henson,...

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Thought I’d share a video from the Filmmakers Panel at the Las Vegas International Film Festival featuring screenwriter David Paterson (Bridge to Terabithia).   In it, David speaks about some of difficulties finding funding that  indie filmmakers are...

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One independent film that has caught the attention of fans and film festivals alike is the drama “Reach for Me”.  The heartwarming story about the inhabitants of a hospice featured a stellar cast including Seymour Cassel,...

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 Steve Marra, Director of the independent film “Amanda”, had reason to smile last May as he celebrated the movie’s red carpet premiere along with cast members Ariana Dubynin (Amanda) and Bill Bannister (Bob Bender) at...

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Daniel Petrie, Jr., Tony Blake and Timothy Dowling offered lots of helpful suggestions and good information speaking on the Writers Panel....

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Director Donald Petrie, well known for such films as “Grumpy Old Men”, “Miss Congeniality” and “Mystic Pizza” gave a workshop about his craft as part of the 2010 Campus Moviefest held last week at the Wynn...

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Ironically enough, the first workshop I attended at the 2010 Movie Campusfest Grand Finale held at the Wynn Hotel in Las Vegas last weekend was led by Sam Eigen, Executive Vice Present at Shoreline Entertainment discussing...

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The opening night kick off at the Las Vegas International Film Festival, held from June 4th – 6th at the Hilton Hotel, began with a screening of Kevin Asch’s “Holy Rollers” followed by a Q&A...

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“Once Fallen”, the hard hitting crime drama from writer/director Ash Adams staring Brian Presley, Ed Harris, Amy Madigan, Peter Weller, Taraji P. Henson, Chad Lindberg and Sharon Gless won the Best Feature Award at the...

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It’s common for people to use New Year’s Day as a measuring stick when they look back and reflect on what’s changed for them during the previous twelve months.  For some of us, however, this...

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