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James Wood (VI)

James Wood is a father, army veteran, former professional wrestler, an award nominated actor, and an award-winning filmmaker. He is the founder of "Stryking Image Productions" and focuses most of his time on short films. He has three degrees and working on his fourth (Masters in Teaching) and aspires to be a teacher while making films on the side. See full bio »
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'Hearts Beat Loud' Makes Real Music on Screen

Director Brett Haley and stars Nick Offerman, Kiersey Clemons, Ted Danson, and Sasha Lane visit the IMDb Studio at Sundance to talk about their music-filled drama, which follows a father-and-daughter songwriting duo.

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Cracked Producer
Matriarchs Producer
The Last Assassin
Hare Trigger
Hare Trigger Producer


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 2017 The Last Assassin (Short) (producer) (completed)
 2017 Matriarchs (Short) (producer)
 2016 Hare Trigger (Short) (producer)
 2016/I Cracked (Short) (executive producer) / (producer)
 2016/IV One Night Stand (Short) (producer)
 2015 The Grand Intrusion (Short) (executive producer)
 2015 To Victory (Short) (executive producer)
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'La La Land' Producer on the Art of Espionage

Jordan Horowitz shares some "secret" information about his new spy-thriller series, "Counterpart." Plus, Kevin Smith reveals his favorite Sundance movies of all time.

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