Don’t Divorce the Children

Posted by on May 22, 2012 in Film | 0 comments

About the Film Purchase CableAce nominee   Winner, Best Documentary Front Page Film Festival, New York   Gold Medal Houston International Film Festival   Bronze Plaque Columbus International Film Festival   Special Citation National Council on Children’s Rights   Synopsis An emotional story about the effects of divorce on children. Hosted by Timothy Busfield; produced for Lifetime Television. Told from the children’s point of view, without experts, this film has become mandatory viewing in...

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Book Promo Videos

Posted by on May 22, 2012 in Blog, Film | 0 comments

What To Do When No One Has a Clue?     An upbeat author video I made for the book “What to Do When No One Has a Clue” by Stephanie Pierson and Barbara Harrison, a humorous take on 21st century etiquette. Famous people share their wisdom about awkward situations like: is it okay to ask a lesbian how she got pregnant? Can you ask for a doggie bag at a four star restaurant? Who gets the dog in a divorce? The 3 minute film, shot hand-held, takes its tongue-in-cheek style from the book. Director/Cinematographer Roger Sherman Editor Anna Jacobson Authors/Talent Stephanie...

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The American Brew

Posted by on May 22, 2012 in Film | 0 comments

About the Film WATCH Synopsis This is American history told through beer. Find out why the Pilgrims were not supposed to land at Plymouth Rock. Hint: they were running out of beer. See beer brewed in a fireplace in the colonial method in Colonial Williamsburg and on a stove by a home brewer in the Bronx. Learn how Germans changed America’s taste for beer in the 19th Century and how they became the scapegoats to begin Prohibition. Hear Fritz Maytag of Anchor Steam and Ken Grossman of Sierra Nevada tell how they started their...

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Richard Rodgers: The Sweetest Sounds

Posted by on Apr 28, 2012 in Film | 0 comments

About the Film Reviews & More Purchase Museum of Modern Art Opened and closed “Isn’t It Romantic? Richard Rodgers at the Movies” Reel Music Film Festival Portland, Oregon Chicago International Film Festival Gold Plaque Worldfest, Houston Gold Special Jury Award CINE Golden Eagle International Festival of Film on Art Montreal, Canada Museum of Television & Radio, New York World Premiere PBS Premiere national broadcast: November 4, 2001 Synopsis Richard Rodgers: The Sweetest Sounds is the...

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Beyond Black & White

Posted by on Apr 24, 2012 in Film, Slider | 0 comments

Beyond Black & White

About the Film Reviews Purchase CableAce Nominee, 1997 New York Festivals Gold Medal NAMIC Vision Awards Finalist for cultural diversity in cable programing Northampton Film Festival Selected for screening Synopsis The O.J. Simpson Trial: Beyond Black & White surveys the African-American perspective on the celebrated case, using the issues that arose during the trial as a springboard. In the one-hour special, made for The Learning Channel, blacks discuss how their relationship with the criminal-justice system is...

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Zapruder & Stolley: Witness to an Assassination

Posted by on Apr 24, 2012 in Film, Slider | 0 comments

Zapruder & Stolley: Witness to an Assassination

About the Film Reviews Watch On November 22, 1963, Life Magazine’s LA bureau chief Richard Stolley learned via teletype that President John F. Kennedy had been shot. Racing to the scene in Dallas, he accomplished what is now considered one of the most significant journalistic coups of the 20th century. Stolley found Abraham Zapruder and purchased the right to reprint stills from footage of the assassination filmed by him. This film tells his dramatic story. Producer, Director: Roger Sherman Editor: Anna...

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