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Sep 28, 2007

Paula Christensen was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina before relocating with her parents to New York and eventually attending Amherst (MA) College studying Theater and Anthropology.

Her first full-length play In Vitro received a workshop reading at the Public Theater in New York in 2004 and has been optioned; she is...

Sep 22, 2007

On this episode, we talk with Kristian Söderström, director and writer of the short film Darkness Of Truth.

The film is a surreal psychological thriller about the secrets of a middle-aged actress and former ballet dancer in Berlin and her tenant, a young, attractive female student. They choose to communicate their...

Sep 22, 2007

Todd Robinson is a surgeon in Memphis, TN, who was inspired to document his mother’s "miracle" with his first forays into filmmaking, the feature-length Hidden Treasure and the short Sounds of A Miracle, both based on his mother’s story.

His mother, Earnestine Rodgers Robinson, received no formal music training, and...

Sep 15, 2007

On this episode, we speak with Emmanuel Jespers , writer and director of the short film Personal Spectator.

Emmanuel Jespers is an Institut des Arts de Diffusion (IAD) graduate and has been directing and films and commercials for over ten years. His films include the short film The Last Dream (2000) which won many...

Sep 15, 2007

Phil Allocco is the writer and director of the short film Joseph Henry.

Allocco began his career as a musician in the bands Law and Order and Dogma. From there, he joined the company Media Jelly, producing and designing projects including Goosebumps, The Magic School Bus, and Fox’s Dr. Dolittle 2.

Allocco was also the...