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MP Festival Focus: Dances with Films (June 2-9)

Taking place from June 2-9, 2011 at the Laemmle Sunset 5 in Hollywood, “Dances with Films” bills itself as “The Last Independent Independent Film Festival.”

The festival opens with the world premiere of James Hacking’s “Love’s Kitchen,” starring Dougray Scott, Claire Forlani, Simon Callow and Gordon Ramsay, in which the British chef with the potty mouth plays himself. Closing the festival is Michael Madison’s “Delivered,” which, by its own promotion, is inspired by “True Romance” and “Vanishing Point.”

Among the two-dozen features in the line-up, the films that have been best brought to our attention are “10 Years Later,” a film by first-time filmmaker Aaron Metchik in which Dustin Hoffman’s son Jake gets to show off his chops alongside Rachel Boston; “Letting Go,” in which the “Brady Bunch’s” Christopher Knight stars; and Rachel Boston’s second film in the festival, “The Pill,” in which the actress co-stars with Noah Bean and Anna Chlumsky.
See full article at Moving Pictures Network »

MP Festival Focus: Dances with Films (June 2-9)

Taking place from June 2-9, 2011 at the Laemmle Sunset 5 in Hollywood, “Dances with Films” bills itself as “The Last Independent Independent Film Festival.”

The festival opens with the world premiere of James Hacking’s “Love’s Kitchen,” starring Dougray Scott, Claire Forlani, Simon Callow and Gordon Ramsay, in which the British chef with the potty mouth plays himself. Closing the festival is Michael Madison’s “Delivered,” which, by its own promotion, is inspired by “True Romance” and “Vanishing Point.”

Among the two-dozen features in the line-up, the films that have been best brought to our attention are “10 Years Later,” a film by first-time filmmaker Aaron Metchik in which Dustin Hoffman’s son Jake gets to show off his chops alongside Rachel Boston; “Letting Go,” in which the “Brady Bunch’s” Christopher Knight stars; and Rachel Boston’s second film in the festival, “The Pill,” in which the actress co-stars with Noah Bean and Anna Chlumsky.
See full article at Moving Pictures Magazine »

Actor Tadamori Yagi lands role through Facebook video audition for 'Delivered'

At six feet tall, sporting curly locks, a blue Hawaiian shirt, and a warm, goofy smile, actor Tadamori Yagi seems more like a mellowed out surfer than a drug-addled psychopath. But, after viewing an audition tape submitted online via Facebook, filmmakers Michael Madison and Linda Nelson were convinced otherwise. And so they cast the young actor in their indie action thriller “Delivered” as the main bad guy’s son, Junior… who also happens to be a drug addled psychopath. Regarding his decision to cast Tadamori, writer-director-star Madison says:“Working with Tad...
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Jeanette Steiner... Got the Part!

Beautiful, blond, and dangerous: The femme fatale (hair color negotiable, sexy edginess not) is an iconic part in films graced by action, peril, and intrigue. You would be hard-pressed to find an actor uninterested in such a role, yet finding a woman capable of filling it is more of a challenge. With the help of Back Stage, however, the creators of the indie action thriller "Delivered" were able to locate their femme fatale in L.A.-based actor Jeanette Steiner.Steiner was born in Texas and found her love of acting in middle-school plays while growing up in Pennsylvania. She studied acting in Buffalo, N.Y., but after earning her theater degree she realized "I just had this itch I had to scratch," she says, and moved to Los Angeles to pursue her passion in front of the camera. Steiner, who loves L.A. for many reasons, not least the weather,
See full article at Backstage »

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