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How Stanislavski Reinvented the Craft of Acting | a short film | Haiku Review

How Stanislavski Reinvented the Craft of Acting | a short film | Haiku Review

A ROLE IS CREATED by j.kiley Guts advance character Ripping from experience Tearing sensitive Truer depth is reached The actors become alive The performance breathes James Dean . Natalie Brando . Newman Paul . Monty Marilyn . Acting’s true © j.kiley ’17 Haiku Triplet Open to Full Screen For Best Viewing Experience How Stanislavski Reinvented […]

The Business of Entertainment, Georgia Style

The Business of Entertainment, Georgia Style

PRESS RELEASE FOR SIEGE and for the SIEGE INVESTMENT CONFERENCE NOTICE: On Friday, October 6, 2017, we will hold our seventh consecutive annual SIEGE INVESTMENT CONFERENCE. FEES. Costs for the Investment Conference are covered by sponsors.  No charge to judges, presenters or attendees. WHAT IS DIFFERENT THIS YEAR?  In the session that just ended, the Georgia […]

By September 28, 2017 0 Comments Read More →
Film View: The Legacy of Paranoid Thrillers | a short film

Film View: The Legacy of Paranoid Thrillers | a short film

A film poster chosen from the list below the video. It stood out as one of the my favorite of paranoid thriller films. Warren Beatty is brilliant in ‘The Parallax View’ . and the scary excitement is well executed . just as watching the insides of the guts of several other choices I would recommend […]

Interview of Filmmaker Walter Shaw On The Unknowns

Interview of Filmmaker Walter Shaw On The Unknowns

Author Lillian Taylor interviews reformed notorious jewel thief turned filmmaker Walter Shaw on this latest film, The Unknowns. Focusing of themes around rising from adversity, Shaw shares with Taylor the story of his now famous inventor father, Walter L. Shaw’s, lifelong challenges, the struggles around making a film, and what inspired him to tell the […]

By February 28, 2016 0 Comments Read More →
Film Review: Taxi Driver

Film Review: Taxi Driver

Tagline: “On every street in every city, there’s a nobody who dreams of being a somebody.” “You talking to me?” The most imitated and memorable line from Taxi Driver, was voted as the #10 movie quote by the American Film Institute. Taxi Driver (1976) is about an introverted, increasingly unstable ex-Marine, Travis Bickel [Robert DeNiro], […]

Film Review: Paris Je T’aime

Film Review: Paris Je T’aime

Vignettes of an assortment of people who meet in Paris. Some for the first time, fall in love. Some who have spent lives together and now are ending those lives together. To me it was a way of connecting to the city I love. Just to touch the beauty. Why anyone would want to harm […]

By November 16, 2015 2 Comments Read More →
Film Review: A Simple Plan

Film Review: A Simple Plan

A plane crash, a corpse of the pilot, a duffel bag filled with cash, and a simple plan. It’s a snowy Minnesota woods. The fantasy so many of us have had. ‘What if…’ It doesn’t happen often. But if there is a plan. Simple. Perfect. No such possibility. There are lethal miscalculations involved. First one, […]

Film Review: Wild

Film Review: Wild

The film is based on the true story of Cheryl Strayed [Reese Witherspoon], She decides the way to find herself is to hike the Pacific Crest Trail. The hiking takes her 1,100 miles. It seems a crazy way to find one’s self but we’ll see what happens. The film opens onto the most picturesque landscape […]

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