People in the Film Business



Tracie Austin-Peters: British Presenter, host aand narrator for Television and Video living in California
 


Donovan Boden: a young and talented freelance director currently knee-deep in the Toronto advertising scene
 

Christina Casa: a commedienne/actress who has been performing from a very young age. Her resume includes dancing, singing and modeling; she is now working on a screenplay
 

 

Don't Make Me Look Too Psychotic: "In a romantic comedy that celebrates the triumph of a break-up, Bruce Pachtman engages us as a close friend having a heart-to-heart talk about every sordid and savory detail of a relationship gone bad."
 

Paul Ego: New Zealand¹s tallest comedian, and a respected and popular MC, improviser and feature act comedian, delivering to the NZ public and corporate markets a style of comedy with international appeal
 

Mark Grant: an actor, writer, producer whose credits include movies (The Karate Kid, A Stranger's Kiss), TV (Law & Order) and a screenplay (Living On Empty, a crime thriller set in New Hampshire)
 

Hollywood Voice Over: voiceover artist D.C. Douglas, 20 year Hollywood pro, delivers voice over via ISDN/MP3 worldwide for commercial, narration, promo and more. Great rates, free auditions!
 

Mike Loder: a feature comedian based in Auckland, New Zealand and a regular on the stand up scene. He is experienced in venues of all sizes and gatherings of all types from theatres to ships
 

 

Alex Morrison: award-winning midwestern filmmaker with particular interest in social or environmental issues. Wide variety of experiences including traditional and digital filmmaking and photography
 

The Screenplayers: Spec scripts by represented, optioned, published, produced, or otherwise accredited writers
 

Carol Stewart: artist, writer, photographer and "wanna-be" actor. Drop by this eclectic site to read poetry and novel blurbs, view art and travel to other places
 

A Screenwriter's Journal: follow David Adam's screenwriting career as a recently optioned screenplay of his goes through hellish re-writes on its way to filming!
 

Two Voices: explore, read the articles, view the awards, and listen to the work of Garrett Brown and Anne Winn
 

Dr. J. Emmett Winn: visiting assistant professor for the Department of Communication Radio, Television and Film faculty at Auburn University
 

Robert E. Yahnke: a professor at the University of Minnesota's General College; his site provides some insights into film