Sonoma International Film Festival 2018, Interviews with the Filmmakers Part 2

The California No movie still

Made a mad rush to get this edited in time for the film festival, but here it is! Two more films for your consideration: The California No and Cancer Can Be Killed. To see the entire film festival schedule with the complete list and description of every movie that will be here, visit the Sonoma International Film Festival’s website. The California No “It […]

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Sonoma International Film Festival 2018, Interviews with the Filmmakers

SIFF18 is upon us! And I’ve got the inside scoop on some of my favorite films that you do not want to miss this year! This Tuesday, March 20th, you will have a chance to hear two more filmmakers just in time for the festival start! Without further ado, here are some must-see films while you are wandering downtown Sonoma […]

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House on Rodeo Gulch, interview with director William Scherer

Behind the Scenes- House on Rodeo Gulch

Leslie Tippel, covering for me, with Takeshi Lewis talked to director William Scherer about his film, House on Rodeo Gulch. About the film: “A mother and her teenage daughter move into the house of their dreams. Complications arise when they find the house is full of parnormal activity… or so they are lead to believe. Little do they know the […]

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Unleashed, interview with filmmaker Finn Taylor

With the upcoming Sonoma International Film Festival ready to hit town, we talked with writer/director Finn Taylor about his romantic comedy, Unleashed. About Unleashed: “When a cosmic event turns Emma’s (Kate Micucci) dog and cat into two perfect guys (Justin Chatwin and Steve Howey), Emma reconsiders her outlook on dating, hilariously works out her trust issues, and ultimately learns to […]

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Sonoma International Film Festival, an overview from festival director Kevin McNeely

Kevin McNeely at SIFF17 (photo credit unknown)

I love chatting with Kevin! And this year was extra special as it was Sonoma International Film Festival’s 20th anniversary. I don’t normally podcast event interviews, but we touched on so many things about the festival that I do want to share this one. Happy birthday, SIFF! Here’s to another 20 years of Sonomawood! About the festival: “Now in its 20th […]

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Cut to the Chase Premiere, interview with Blayne Weaver

One of my favorite people, Blayne Weaver, called to talk to us about his newest film, Cut to the Chase. I believe if you have Amazon Prime, you can watch it right now for free! About the film: “Max (Blayne Weaver, 6 Month Rule, Favor), a down on his luck ex-con, is constantly being bailed out by his sister Isobel(Erin […]

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Pass the Light, interview with actor Lawrence Saint Victor

Pass the Light Movie

You may remember Lawrence Saint Victor from soaps- Guiding Light & the Bold and the Beautiful- but now he can be seen in an inspirational film called Pass the Light. About Pass the Light: Pass The Light follows a 17 year old H.S student name Steve Bellafiore (Cameron Palatas) who runs for Congress because he is disturbed by the message […]

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Filmmaker, interview with Lisa Ovies

I met Lisa Ovies when she was her for SIFF 2014 with Taking My Parents to Burning Man.  Since then she has been working on many other projects.  She was in town so we invited her to sit in and tell us about everything she’s working on. About Lisa: Lisa Ovies is an award winning producer, director, actress and writer […]

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Crazy Bitches, interview with director Jane Clark

Director Jane Clark chats with us about her movie, Crazy Bitches which is now available on DVD and streaming. About Crazy Bitches: Filled with laughs, suspense, and well-crafted gore CRAZY BITCHES is a deep slasher that knows it’s roots and excels in the lavish world of horror”- Travis Brown, Horror Movies Uncut Check out the official website for all of […]

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