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Eye on Entertainment (EOE) is a weekly television show broadcast nationally that covers movie and television productions, film sets, film festivals, red carpets and award shows. Each episode features interviews with successful, dynamic people in all walks of life, exploring the traits they have in common. EOE focuses primarily on the Indie film industry, with special emphasis on Indie filmmakers. Written by Heising Communications

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Kind, helpful and inspiring.
16 September 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Dawna and the people at Eye on Entertainment are a helpful team of hard working entertainers devoted to the promotion of independent film. Everything I've seen from them has been thoughtful and encouraging and their support of the film industry is inspiring. Dawna has helped promote two of my projects, THE DEVIL WITHIN Starring Gray Damon and Bill Oberst Jr. - and BLOOD TRAIL Starring Anthony De Longis. She did interviews, posted video clips, wrote articles and gave us a ton of promotion - all just for the love of helping filmmakers. In a time when social media is the only way people know your film, Dawna's work has been priceless.We can use more people like her and her team supporting hard working indie filmmakers.


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