Favor, interview with actor Blayne Weaver and producer Tiffany J Shuttleworth

Blayne Weaver in Favor

Tiffany J Shuttleworth (producer) is actually a friend of mine and I was excited when I heard that she had a film coming to the Sonoma International Film Festival.  I of course got her, and lead actor Blayne Weaver, to call and talk about their film “Favor” on the show. About Favor: “Kip Desmond has gotten everything he’s ever wanted: a thriving […]

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Unforgettable Fire, interview with director Michelle Regina

Director Michelle Regina of Unforgettable Fire, the story of a U2 tribute band, called in to talk about her documentary that was to show at the Sonoma International Film Festival.  I had the pleasure of seeing two versions of the film: director’s cut, and edited after not getting music rights.  Both versions were excellent!  I also got to see the […]

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Village Music, interview with filmmaker Monroe Grisman

Village Music

Another music documentary at the Sonoma International Film Festival was Village Music, the Last of the Great Record Stores.  Melissa interviewed Monroe Grisman about his film. About Village Music: “A compelling music documentary about a man and a record store that changed a community and became an American musical treasure.” I couldn’t find an official website, but discovered they funded […]

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The Cover Story, interview with filmmaker Eric Christensen

The Cover Story

Melissa interviewed Eric Christensen about his documentary, “The Cover Story: Album Art.”  Album art is quickly becoming a dinasaur, and this wonderful movie explores the art and the artists.  The film was shown at the Sonoma International Film Festival. About The Cover Story: “The untold stories behind some of the classic covers of the vinyl era.” Learn more about the […]

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Broken, interview with director Alexa-Sascha Lewin

Broken is a 14 minute short that played at the Sonoma International Film Festival.  It stars two recognizable actors, Scottie Thompson and Dominic Rains.  We chatted with director Alexa-Sascha Lewin about the film which world premiered at the festival. About Broken: “What do you do when you have nowhere to go? The fissures in a couple’s relationship crack wide open after […]

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The Broken, interview with actress Nicole Dionne

Nicole Dionne

Cat met Nicole when she was in town for the Sonoma International Film Festival in 2010 with the film, Leading Ladies.  This actress has so much going on, we just had to have her call in with details on her latest projects.  She talked about a film she just finished work on, The Broken, and her next film about to shoot, […]

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Teached, interview with filmmaker Kelly Amis

Teached

Kelly Amis is a former teacher, and the Producer/Director of the Teached short film series.  Volume 1 was shown at the Sonoma International Film Festival in 2012.  The Teached website (from Loudspeaker Films) has information on screenings and scheduling.  You can also follow them on Facebook and Twitter to stay up to date.  In fact, last night on FB they mentioned […]

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Cardboard Titanics, interview with filmmaker Sam Frazier Jr

Cardboard Titanics

On our second show, we had filmmaker Sam Frazier Jr call in to talk about his two short films, Cardboard Titanics and it’s sequel, Cardboard Titanics: Smart People Being Stupid Here’s what the filmmaker says about it on his website: “You’ve never seen a documentary like this before. The event actually took place, so the movie is technically a documentary. However, I […]

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Silver Circle Movie, Interview with marketing manager Megan Duffield

Silver Circle Movie

Show number one and our very first guest was Megan Duffield from the Silver Circle Movie [HD]. According to their website Megan is: “Megan is the all-powerful Marketing Manager. She’s an event plannin’, bloggin, tweetin, facebookin’ ninja…not to mention a defender of liberty who rocks the dance floor. She’s a threat.” Silver Circle is a movie that looks like a comic […]

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