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Interview With Actor Callum Woodhouse

Best Actor Award Finalist Callum Woodhouse Interview

I had a chance to catch up with actor Callum Woodhouse from the United Kingdom. Callum stars in the comedy film "Damaged But Interesting" Directed by Dann Emmons. The judges for the Austin[...]

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Interview with Screenwriters Henry Sarwer-Foner and Noel Baker

Dick 2.0, Written by Henry Sarwer-Foner & Noel Baker Synopsis

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Screenwriter Amanda R. Martinez

 

A Fun Comedy Screenplay By Amanda R. Martinez

The Most Interesting Man in Dave's Mind, is an award winning comedy short screenplay written by Amanda R. Martinez. Amanda's screenplay is an official selection of the following Film Festival Circuit

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Mirror Like, Science Fiction Film From Peru

 

 

An Amazing Science Fiction Film From Peru

Mirror Like, Directed By Wataska (Peru) is an Oregon Short Film Festival 2018 official selection and winner of the  Best Science Fiction Film Award which screened at the Avalon Theatre. Omar Garcia[...]

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Austin Comedy Screenwriter Phillip E Hardy

Sex Bomb, Directed By Michael Gene Conti

Houston Comedy Film Festival Alums: Brosa Nostra Now On Amazon Prime

Scavenger, Science Fiction Film Directed By Keith Wilhelm Kopp

Kill Or Be Killed, Horror Film Directed By Robb Rokk

Blue Milk, Mockumentary Film Directed By Rory Farmer (United Kingdom)

Blue Milk Mockumentary Film By Rory Farmer

Blue Milk, is a Mockumentary Film directed by Rory Farmer (United Kingdom) is an official selection of the Austin Comedy Short Film Festival Fall 2018. This film also won the Best Mockumentary Film Award[...]

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