We have a FULL House in Big Z Studios. We have 4 Guests and 1 Intern. That's 7 People in a small room, the Boys are Happy no one had Gas. We find out how this fledgling film company got it's start and it's name. We talk to the driving force behind the company and hear his philosophy about Ladders and Balloons. We liked this look on the Industry very much! Listen and Enjoy.
The Boys hear how Tim Meunier got the idea for the Sacramento Horror Film Festival. Live stage shows are also discussed. Listen and Enjoy.
Maniacal Mike Betancourt and Classy Claire Fischer drop by Big Z Studios to talk about a very Creepy and Twisted short movie submission called "The Reckoning". They have entered this short into the Rode Mic film contest and are looking to bring notoriety to the Sacramento film Community. Listen to a couple of Comedians who are crossing over into Film.
Jason Rudy (Desperate Visions) returns to the show to talk about horror films as well as his own, all to help us get in the swing of the Halloween season!
Michael Kallio is a filmmaker living and working in Los Angeles. He cut his teeth making movies the old fashion way, and arrived in tinseltown just in time to see the industry go crazy with brand new technology and the explosion of new media. We talk to Mike about what it's been like to be working on both sides of that transitional coin, and if he's fully embraced the new after cutting his teeth on the old. It's a pretty groovy conversation that you shouldn't miss!
On this episode we have Actor West Ramsey. We talk about the Sacramento Movie scene and what it takes to be employed in the local movie business. It turns out it takes giving a lot of shit away for free. He recently plays a Zombie in a Junior and Leo production. West seems to play a Zombie quite a bit. He will be making a geographical change in the near future up northwest. Keep an eye out for West on the big screen. If you want to learn more about West Ramsey check out his website. West Ramsey IMDB
If Cheryl Leff tried to put all her hats on, she would need a dozen heads. She has degrees, makes movies and has had books published as well as many more accomplishments. Cheryl sits down with Junior and Leo to discuss many topics, one that is at the forefront is the Sacramento International Film Festival which the Boys participated in and Cheryl is in charge of. We also find out about Access Sacramento and how it can help the start you on the road to Film, TV and Radio. Take a listen.