I have known Fro for a few years, and can honestly say I have never met anyone as hard working. His dedication, drive and work ethic are reaping in the awards and its so thoroughly deserved. This is only the start of FroVideo greatness I feel.
Deborah discusses her career path from flair bartending in the UK and US to the short horror film Dark Lights, which was released last year. A huge success, Dark Lights picked up Best Cinematography, Best Special Effects and Best Horror Short awards at the Stranger Days Independent Film Festival.
Kelly Schwarze, film director, author, sumo wrestler! What more can I say? I was absolutely delighted that Kelly accepted my offer to jump on a call for The Mighty Dragon to share his success on his eight feature film.
https://youtu.be/l2Fp28MNymQ I’m delighted to have back Andrew Froening on the blog again. Based in New Jersey Andrew is working on two feature films, one based in the mob world close to home in NJ. Andrew talks about his projects this year and how he adapted to working throughout the pandemic.
It doesn’t matter how poor you are, your gender, your background, Midwesterners and New Yorkers grow up believing any goal impossible to others is actually possible and well within reach.
A big key is knowing how to collaborate with others, manage egos and build on the strength of your team, inspire and motivate all personnel on the project. Do your research and know the industry. Find out who’s who and do your research and be respectful to those in the industry when you approach them.
Oh I think Asian horror is so under-rated, I mean we have some of the weirdest, scary stories thats available. When the Ringu series came out that was freaky as sh*t!, and also Juon, and there are really a lot of cool obscure Indonesian, Filipino and Asian horror films. I think with the advent of streaming there more chances that Asian quality horror content to be seen worldwide.
The opportunity exists online for a creator to actually communicate with their user base. We may be at the forefront of a new level of audience interaction.
It looked like someone’s lounge from years gone by – the over-the-top flowery Grandma wallpaper to the old style TV on a 70’s style cabinet plus the crass pink neon sign ‘The Tattooist’.
These gangsters paved the way for the notorious Kray Twins and The Richardson criminal empires and charts their rise and fall in an area which has set the stage for much criminal activity.
An interview with author Matthew Polly. Bruce Lee: A Life.