This is a Carbon Nation? You betcha says director Peter Byck! VIDEO INTERVIEW

Today's Guest: Peter Byck, documentary filmmaker, Carbon Nation   Mr. Media is recorded live before a studio audience of climate change deniers who are happy to be sweating in winter and freezing in summer… in the new new media capitol of the world… St. Petersburg, Florida! I imagine that the first requirement of directing documentary... Continue Reading →

726 Can you handle The Truth? Ryan Barton-Grimley can! VIDEO INTERVIEW

Today's Guest: Ryan Barton-Grimley, indie film director, The Truth There are essentially nine speaking parts in Ryan Barton-Grimley’s new indie film, The Truth. And two of those parts are in one scene--a couple of actors playing cops who are virtually superfluous to the story--so let’s say seven. RYAN BARTON-GRIMLEY podcast excerpt: "John Heard -- talk... Continue Reading →

713 Samantha Lockwood takes Jay Mewes to romantic comedy hell! VIDEO INTERVIEW

Today's Guest: Samantha Lockwood, actor, Shoot the Hero   Mr. Media is recorded live before a studio audience of slobbering horndogs in the new new media capital of the world and home of the best team in baseball… St. Petersburg, Florida!   What’s a stunningly beautiful actress like Samantha Lockwood doing in a hail of... Continue Reading →

Ray Schlogel on emotion, love, Stacie and indie filmmaking! PODCAST INTERVIEW

Today's Guest: Raymond Schlogel, indie filmmaker, For Love & Stacie   All the air escaped my lungs at the end of Ray Schlogel’s independent film, For Love & Stacie. I was angry, petulant… and then the credits rolled and I was reminded that it was a drama, not a documentary. Poor, dumb ol’ Mr. Media... Continue Reading →

Scott Miles dreams, stars in, his own Little Chicago! PODCAST INTERVIEW

Today's Guest: Scott Miles, actor, Little Chicago   There’s a certain risk – some might call it insanity – to producing true indie films. They’re costly, especially relative to the return on investment, time, and aggravation. But still they get made. Scott Miles made his. It’s called Little Chicago, and it's about a young man... Continue Reading →

117 Every RevoLOUtion needs a Bret Carr! PODCAST INTERVIEW

Today's Guest: Bret Carr, writer, director, star, RevoLOUtion   Bret Carr made a movie. Lots of people make movies these days. Every idiot with a digital camcorder thinks he is Scorsese, Tarantino, or Apatow, but Carr approached his first feature film, RevoLOUtion, a little differently. He landed Quinn Redeker, the man behind The Deer Hunter,... Continue Reading →

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