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"I heard great feedback on Monday night's shoot at SeaWorld. My team was very happy with your work. Thank you! Once we have final video's edited, I will be sure to send you links to all four shot Monday night. I hope that the evening - albeit late into the wee hours - was a great experience for you also. Just wanted to relay the positive feedback and again, thank you!"
Internationally acclaimed voice and performance coach Steven Memel brought his Science of Switching On program, originally designed to hone a singer's or actor's abilities to peak performance, to the Novice to Advanced Marketing System Workshop, or NAMS for short. While NAMS was a weekend-long series of 90-minute seminars, The Science of Switching On program was an all-day interactive intensive training, demonstrating key elements of performance for stage, audio and video presentations.
I shot the event with two cameras, collected audio from two separate sources, and then assembled footage from this event into a series of promotional videos for use in his marketing efforts.
"Hey Scott! Thank you so much for sending this!! You did an awesome job! I thought you really nailed a lot of the truth and essence of what it is I do. You have a great eye!"
~ Steven Memel, The Science of Switching On
Date June 10 - June 12
Time 6:30 pm & 9pm
Place Sun Ray Cinema, 1028 Park Street
48 Hour Film Project website
The film was awarded first place in the documentary category at the 28th International Catholic Film Festival in Warsaw, Poland. Catholic activist and actor Martin Sheen (Apocalypse Now, The West Wing) narrates the film.
Messenger of the Truth website
At Audiblescripts, we combine movie scripts and audiobooks into one exciting new product.
Reis Crawford made a name for himself in the legal field by winning cases other attorneys thought were lost causes. Courted and groomed by one of Seattle’s oldest and most prestigious law firms, Reis enjoys a life of money and power he could only dream of as a child.
One of Reis’ most high profile clients is Ray Lyons, a prominent Seattle real estate developer. Reis has successfully represented him in six DUI cases, all of them dismissed through artful legal arguments and dogged fact-finding. But the stakes escalate when Lyons is arrested again for drunk driving. This time, he's also charged with vehicular homicide.
After not having much success as an actress in NYC, Natalie hears about the film industry starting to take root again in the place once called “Hollywood East,” Jacksonville, FL. So she moves south and back in with her old college roommate and fellow actor friend, Kansas Bryan (Joanna C. Horton).
Natalie is ready for a shot of being cast in a Hollywood blockbuster movie being filmed in Jacksonville and directed by the hottest director in Hollywood, Stephen Day (Kevin Porter- “Dodgeball”). Casting Director Amy Rollins (Cindy Hogan – of the soon to be released first installment of the trilogy "Beautiful Creatures," Army Wives, Breakout Kings, Drop Dead Diva”) inadvertently puts Natalie in a compromising situation with the powerful and devious Stephen Day.
As if Natalie didn’t have enough to deal with concerning a manipulative director, she soon learns that her so called best friend, Kansas, has used her for her own personal gain for the spotlight and ticket to Hollywood.
Staying true to her path, Natalie has to overcome her overzealous boyfriend, Gregory Chase (Jesse Malinowski- “American Reunion”) who’s working secretly for her father to bring her back to the family in New York City, and her feelings for a new love interest Tyler Hurley (Mack Dalton). As the plot unfolds, Natalie finds herself exposing much more than she bargained for in hopes of gaining her big break.
Watch the show (http://www.exposurewebseries.com) to see how Natalie fights to make it in a business where “Everybody’s Watching”.