Film Courage Podcast Episode # 125 Trailer Hitch’s Jack Perez and Filmmaker Ryan Levin

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Director/Co-Producer Jack Perez and writer/producer Ryan Levin of the film SOME GUY WHO KILLS PEOPLE discuss the ups and downs of the entertainment industry, attaching John Landis to the film, MEGA SHARK VS. GIANT OCTOPUS, wanting to believe in one’s creative work, and dealing with spiritual unfulfillment when a project is merely a paycheck.  This podcast originally aired in August 2011.

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Jack & Uncle Al review the zombie epic, World War Z 2012 official trailer on Trailer Hitch. The two argue over whether zombies should run ala Danny Boyle’s 28 Days Later, or stumble around disoriented per George Romero’s classic Night of the Living Dead; that Danny’s Boyle’s 2012 Olympic Opening Ceremony would have been better had it had zombies in it; discuss Brad Pitt’s new hair and Angelina Jolie’s influence on it; the fact that there are seaborne, swimming zombies in the World War Z book; that Mark Ruffalo possibly plays a zombie in the movie; and that one should read To Kill a Mockingbird and Dickens before reading zombie novels.

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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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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," why turning 40 was easier than 30, and on being your own person.

Featuring Aaron Caine and his dog, Foxy.

Directed/Produced/Edited by Karen Worden

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TINY: A Story About Living Small is heading to SXSW! Congrats to filmmakers Merete Mueller & Christopher Smith. This is a film we have anticipated for a long time. As a way to celebrate we compiled our full interview with the filmmaker into one video. Hope you enjoy and look for their film in 2013.