Episode 104 - Glenn Benest
April 10, 2016
Glenn M. Benest is an award winning writer/producer. He received his bachelor's degree at Harvard University and his Master of Fine Arts at U.C.L.A. in playwriting. He has seven produced film credits including two films he wrote for Wes Craven. In 2004 he wrote and produced his own independent film, “Hungry Hearts,” which was picked up by Shoreline Entertainment for worldwide distribution. It has won numerous awards, including the Special Jury Prize at the Houston International Film Festival (Worldfest) for best low budget feature and Best Dark Comedy Feature at the New York International Independent Film and Video Festival.
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Episode 103 - Harrison Smith
April 3, 2016
Harrison Smith is actually only the 2nd Philly-based filmmaker I've interviewed with the other being David Greenberg. Harrison is the writer/producer for the Fields, and 6 Degrees of Hell starring Corey Feldman. He made his directorial debut with the feature, Camp Dread. Harrison followed that up with Zombie Killers: Elephant Graveyard. His upcoming film, Death House, is being called, 'The Expendables for the horror genre'.
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Episode 102 - William Dickerson
March 28, 2016
William Dickerson is the writer/director of DETOUR, THE MIRROR, DON'T LOOK BACK, & author of the book, DETOUR: Hollywood. He's currently crowdfunding for the project, No Alternative: A feature Film on IndieGoGo.
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Episode 99 - Morgan J Freeman
March 7, 2016
Morgan J Freeman holds the distinction of winning the top 3 awards at the 1997 Sundance Film Festival with his debut feature, 'Hurricane Streets.' Morgan is currently the Executive Producer of MTV's 16 and Pregnant, & Teen Mom.
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