4 Key Elements to Writing a Strong Film Treatment & Why it Matters | No Film School

This post originally appeared in No Film School website,  4 Key Elements to Writing a Strong Film Treatment & Why it Matters, by Patrick Biesemans Filmmakers and writers for the screen, the “treatment” is very important. In the lifecycle of a film, a  “treatment” is a document that precedes the actual screenplay.   In this post,  … More 4 Key Elements to Writing a Strong Film Treatment & Why it Matters | No Film School

UPDATE: Travel to Nicaragua (part 2): Visiting the Archipelagos | Mom’s Guide to Travel

This post originally appeared on the Mom’s Guide to Travel website, post Travel to Nicaragua (part 2): Visiting the Archipelagos My friend, Tawanna B. Smith, is the driving force behind Mom’s Guide to Travel, which was founded with the intent of allowing Moms to “get away”.  Tawanna and her group of Moms were on a trip … More UPDATE: Travel to Nicaragua (part 2): Visiting the Archipelagos | Mom’s Guide to Travel

Support our #podcasters: The Lady Kickback – The Podcast for Creatives

The Lady Kickback podcast has debuted. Its tagline is “The Podcast for Creatives”.  It is hosted by: Katie Mack – The Filmmaker/Director TamekaB (Tameka Burnett) – The Photographer V.Fogg (Verna Fogg) – The Mixed Media Artist Episodes can be found at http://theladykickback.com/ . This excerpt from the blog post “Fresh Starts” (1/24/17) from Kmackbrand (Katie Mack’s … More Support our #podcasters: The Lady Kickback – The Podcast for Creatives

UPDATE: Adventures in Nicaragua: Girls’ Getaway & Costa Rica Day Trip | Mom’s Guide to Travel

This post originally appeared on the Mom’s Guide to Travel website, post Adventures in Nicaragua: Girls’ Getaway & Costa Rica Day Trip. My friend, Tawanna B. Smith, is the driving force behind Mom’s Guide to Travel, which was founded with the intent of allowing Moms to “get away”.  Tawanna and her group of Moms were on … More UPDATE: Adventures in Nicaragua: Girls’ Getaway & Costa Rica Day Trip | Mom’s Guide to Travel

In the Footsteps of Harry and Sally – The New York Times

I have mentioned before how much I enjoy watching films/TV shot on location.  I especially love when the location is New York City (I grew up in Brooklyn). Here is an article from the New York Times, “In the Footsteps of Harry and Sally” that steps through some of the locations used in the film … More In the Footsteps of Harry and Sally – The New York Times

From YouTube – SAG-AFTRA Foundation: The Business: Submitting to Film Festivals

The panelists in this SAG-AFTRA Foundation seminar discuss film festivals – How to submit your project, and why a film festival is a great place for networking. From YouTube description: Film festivals are some of the best places for discovering new talent in the entertainment world. Whether you are an actor, filmmaker, or both, having … More From YouTube – SAG-AFTRA Foundation: The Business: Submitting to Film Festivals

Support our #actors: Watch the web series #ActorsLife – YouTube

Support our #actors.  #ActorsLife is a web series focusing on working actors and what they have to do to be successful.  Shumerria Harris hosts. In this episode, Actors Cara D’Adamo and Sidiki Fofana discuss how they keep the lights on while pursuing their passion. Subscribe to #ActorsLife YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3uz…