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A strong-willed teenage girl in Occupied France defies her entire village in an attempt to save a wounded American flyer from the Nazis
More great video interviews on the Film Courage Youtube Channel
‘My LA Story: A Refrigerator Is Going To Cost Extra’ by Ben Pratt
Watch Episode #1 of the new Film Courage Docu-Series ‘Can I Go Viral?’ starring entertainer David Waugh
‘At Home In Los Angeles’ by Taryn Reneau
‘The First Lesson I Learned About Hollywood’ by Tennyson Stead
‘I Would Not Recommend Los Angeles For Everybody’ by Kurt Caceres
Actor John Keating spends time with FilmCourage.com’s Karen Worden, as he shares letting go of everyday angst, cherishing his supportive family, taking casting director Bonnie Gillespie’s advice ("You Gotta Find Your People"), and handling rejection when auditioning for acting roles.
Video portrait of filmmaker, artist, author and actor Aaron Caine on why he left Harrisburg, PA (via Tuscon, AZ) to travel in a VW bug to Los Angeles. Aaron talks about needing to ‘do what it is that you do’ in terms of creativity, even if you have to work a 9-5 job, handling criticism for not fitting in to the "cookie-cutter mold," and on being your own person.
‘Why Do You Want To Go To Hollywood?’ by Tony Zierra
‘The My Big Break Story’ by Tony Zierra
‘Los Angeles Won’t Make Your Movie’ by Christopher J. Boghosian
‘Returning Home: Using Memories As Motivation’
by Christopher Miles & Angel Valerio
‘Ideas For Screenwriters To Break Into Hollywood’ by Marc Scott Zicree
Upon moving to Los Angeles, Matt makes a pact with himself: In seven years he’ll be a working actor. He makes a promise that if he isn’t working by then, he’ll pack up and return home. This story begins seven days shy of the seven year deadline… and he is just as anonymous as the day he started.
This is his goodbye story.
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