Host, Dallas McLaughlin meets up with local filmmakers and learns the ins and outs of producing feature films and TV pilots.

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Fred Ashman (history segment writer), Fred Ashman (script consultant) | 5 more credits »

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Joey Abi-Loutfi Joey Abi-Loutfi ... Himself
Peter Alkatib Peter Alkatib ... Himself
Dominique Arnold Dominique Arnold ... Himself
Mark Atkinson ... Himself
Jodi Cilley ... Extra
Bryan Keith Davis ... Himself
Randy Davison ... special Correspondent
David S. Dawson ... Himself
John DeBello John DeBello ... Himself
Andrew Eckblad Andrew Eckblad ... Himself
Francis Jacob Engle Francis Jacob Engle ... Extra (as Francis J. Engle)
Frank Forth ... Himself
Steve Froehlich ... Cop
John M. Garrison John M. Garrison ... Himself
Sharon J. Geyer ... Herself
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Voted "San Diego's Funniest Person," Dallas McLaughlin hosts Film Indiego, which takes an inside look at the growing film industry right here in America's finest city. On the season finale, McLaughlin meets up with the filmmakers and actors that took home top honors during last year's San Diego Film Awards in feature film and short film categories. McLaughlin visits the Olympic Training Center with Jamie Nieto, Olympic level athlete, producer, writer and lead actor in Blood Brothers - winner of best short film at the 2015 San Diego Film Awards. From there, McLaughlin heads to El Cajon's Main Street to learn about San Diego's large Chaldean population and find out about the inspiration behind their feature documentary, Chaldean Voices. Mclaughlin finally steps into the 80s with Eternity the Movie and learns what it takes to make a feature film locally with Los Angeles-based talent and then unwinds at the drive-in theater. Written by Gomez, Martin

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3 March 2016 (USA) See more »

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Film Consortium San Diego See more »
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