Interviews

An Interview with Kathi Lehmer of Trinka Five Films

October 21, 2007
By Dale Pierce
An Interview with Kathi Lehmer of Trinka Five Films

Trinka Five Films is an independent film company based in Wilmington, Delaware with one foot in New York City. President, Kathi Lehmer’s goal is to give low-budget filmmaking a better reputation because lack of money is not a deterrent to creativity: the heart of creativity is overcoming obstacles and making your art no matter...
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An Interview with Jeff Schubert

August 21, 2007
By Paul Pritchard
An Interview with Jeff Schubert

Jeff Schubert is turning out to be a multi-talented figure in the independent film world. With one film – Walking The Walk – already under his belt, he is now hosting Filmnut – an internet TV programme that gives viewers the opportunity to talk to filmmakers, both about their films and what went...
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An Interview With Kim Sky

March 18, 2007
By Dale Pierce
An Interview With Kim Sky

By day Kim Sky, director, writer and producer of Just Another Romantic Wrestling Comedy, works in the hotel business. Her children’s love for acting allows her to be involved with films through their acting jobs and this is where she is happiest. When she attends a pro wrestling match, the fans and the entertainers...
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An Interview With Luc Bernier

February 15, 2007
By Dale Pierce
An Interview With Luc Bernier

Luc Bernier (MySpace page) is a genuine enthusiast about the horror genre in general and the low budget sector in particular. His ambition and love for the genre and all things creative has certainly paid off and he has already worked with a number of the genre's most recognisable faces. Whether he is...
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An Interview With Bjarni Gautur

January 7, 2007
By Dale Pierce
An Interview With Bjarni Gautur

Bjarni Gautur is the founder of Icelandic production company, IBS Entertainment. A big fan of animated TV in his youth, Bjarni started his entertaiment career young with comics he, his brother and others would make and sell on the streets of Goteborg. This continued until he moved to Iceland where his appreciation of...
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An interview with JC Calciano

February 15, 2006
By Dale Pierce
An interview with JC Calciano

JC Calciano’s previous experience ranges from running Melanie Griffith’s One World Networks new media division, to being the former Head of Production for Tom Cruise's C/W Productions at Paramount Pictures and Associate Producer of the film Mission: Impossible. He is responsible for the creation and production of the Vince Neil series of programs...
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An Interview With Jennifer Rouse

January 31, 2006
By Dale Pierce
An Interview With Jennifer Rouse

Jennifer Rouse is an actor, musician, model, and an associate producer. Her acting credits include appearances in television's The Wire, The West Wing, and The District. She played the role of "Ice Cream Girl" in the Redfield Arts / Planet X production Chainsaw Sally. She also played the lead female of director Dan...
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An Interview With Katie Bullock

January 14, 2006
By Dale Pierce
An Interview With Katie Bullock

Twenty year old Katie Bullock originally trained to be a hotel manager. But after meeting a movie director friend of a friend, stumbled into acting and modelling. At that point she realized that hotel management wasn't what she wanted to do and started persuing her acting career. And now, with a string of...
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An Interview With Jonathan Morken

January 7, 2006
By Dale Pierce
An Interview With Jonathan Morken

Apprehensive Films represents an era of film forgotten, a pre-MPAA era, a pre politically correct era, an era before people became afraid to make a statement through cinematic exploitation. With new films moving into production, old one's filing through the late-night movie circuit, Apprehensive Films and its comrades march forward with determination. Bringing blood,...
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An Interview with David Noel Bourke

December 31, 2005
By Paul Pritchard
An Interview with David Noel Bourke

Last Exit, is a darkly humorous portrayal of a weak-willed and self-centred man falling apart in Copenhagen's underworld. Well scripted, solidly acted and with an atmosphere that draws you in right from the start, this is a film that is well worth getting hold of. And, with a Region 1 DVD release from Heretic...
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