Wikipedia:Requested articles/Arts and entertainment/Film, radio and television

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

Request article on Anna Passey (Hollyoaks)( ( (

request article on Devour! The Food Film Festival

Joey Bell ( ( (

Greg Edwards DJ[edit]

(for people known primarily as directors, see separate section Directors below)

(alphabetized by first name)

–===A=== (alphabetized by first name)

  • Arkus-Film Maker| Director | Producer for Radio Mirchi UAE | Director of Short Movie Pink


(alphabetized by first name)


(alphabetized by first name)


(alphabetized by first name)

Danny Cunningham - played Jimmy Sykes in Coronation Street - -


(alphabetized by first name)

Greg Edwards DJ;I[edit]

(alphabetized by first name)


(alphabetized by first name)

[139] [140] [141] [142]

Jarrod Johnson (actor) IMDB, Lost Saucer

Award winner; [188]


(alphabetized by first name)

Kristopher Dolphin - American film director, writer and producer. - [238]


(alphabetized by first name)

* Laurie Kynaston - British stage and screen actor.


(alphabetized by first name)


(alphabetized by first name)


(alphabetized by first name)


Read more:


(alphabetized by first name)


(alphabetized by first name)


(alphabetized by first name)

Currently, one of the co-hosts of the network's longest running early morning show, Unang Hirit. Hosts his own Food and Lifestyle review show for GMA NewsTV called Pop Talk. A veteran of more than 12 tv programs from Art Angel, Tara! Let's Eat! The Beat, Sabadabadog, to Sapulso and has directed a few of GMA's tv shows. [420] [421] [422] Well-respected theater actor having done Lead roles in plays and musicals for Repertory Philippines, the country's acclaimed theater company. [423]


(alphabetized by first name)



(alphabetized by first name)

IMDbChicago TribuneDaily Herald Rotten Tomatoes[490][491]

  • Solomon Mayfield - ex-convict; turned CEO/director/producer of adult-film company K&S Productions in Athens, Georgia
  • Serge Rodnunsky - film director and actor; IMDb]; as director, actor and screenwriter has been actively making films 1990; 2007 film Chill earned two awards
  • Stanton Kaye - filmmaker, director of Brandy in the Wilderness [492] [493], chosen for preservation by National Film Registry in 2013. Also founder of scientific research film Infratab [494], and owner of five patents [495].
  • Stephanie Klett - Emmy-winning host for 20 years for the TV show Discover Wisconsin[8] [496]; Wisconsin Tourism Secretary 2011-present; 1992 Miss Wisconsin[497] and the Bert Parks Talent winner at the 1993 Miss America Finals in Atlantic City; 2013 Honorary Chair for AIDS Walk Wisconsin; Founder from 1992-present of Attitude on AIDS, a worldwide education and motivational program for middle- and high-school students; other charity work includes the “Spotlight on Wisconsin” benefit, helping to raise money for the AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin, Beloit Regional Hospice, and the Stateline Area Boys & Girls Clubs; 1989 Beloit College Graduate, BA Philosophy and Theater Arts/Communications; received Beloit College Distinguished Service Citation in 2014 [498]; notable graduate of Beloit Memorial High School [499]

Thomas Mazziotti - [] - Thomas Mazziotti started in television production, then got into filmmaking with a short film called The Beep, which had a national theatrical release. That paved the way to his writing and directing two feature films, Undertow and Charlie Hoboken. He also distributed John Woo’s Bullet In The Head. Tom Mazziotti is currently in pre-production on his third film. IMBd:

Fictional characters (film and television)[edit]

(alphabetized by first name)

. Thomas D. Weaver - (DAREDEVIL) Desk SGT Thomas24.187.171.179 (talk) 18:43, 17 February 2015 (UTC)

  • Whitney Rome - only non-existent article for a main character of the television show Boston Legal
  • Wookelar - fictional monster mentioned by Tim Conway in "Private Eyes"


  • XEOY-AM, radio station in Mexico City, Mexico


(alphabetized by first name)


Films and television works[edit]

  • Jailbreak (Episode), the last episode of season one of Steven Universe, a popular animated show on Cartoon Network created by Rebecca Sugar
  • Edge Of Eighteen, a 2014 Docuseries produced by Al Jazeera America, and directed by Alex Gibney
  • Kids, a 2015 UK short film produced by Pastels Entertainment and directed by Owain Astles. Official links can be found on Facebook, Twitter and IMDB. It is a short film that follows Alex, a 16 year old kid navigating the highs and lows of high school. Preproduction began in late 2014 and production is to begin in early April 2015. The film is due for release Autumn 2015.

Need sorting[edit]

Do not add new entries here. This is an old list of entries that still needs sorting.

Do not add new entries here. This is an old list of entries that still needs sorting.


  • 21st Century War Machines - television series on Discovery Channel
  • 16-Love - 2012 movie about a 16year old female tennis player who gets injured, and how this affects her life. Main actress has wike page already [571] and the movie is mentioned but not as a link to a wiki page. A bit more info on [572] , official site on [573] and youtube channel on [574].
  • 18 Wheels of Justice Television series on TNN (now Spike TV) starring Lucky Vanous. The show ran from 2000-2001 and 44 episodes were produced; [575]
  • The 40 Film Film on human rights.



Charlie Hoboken - ( - Charlie Hoboken is a touching comedy about an ambitious young man willing to do anything to achieve quick success in his journey to win financial independence and the love of his father. Doomed to follow in his father’s footsteps in the hum drum insurance business, Charlie wants more. Finding it as a part-time hit mob hitman, he soon becomes frustrated. The hit business having its own chain of command combined with his highly-cautious father-like partner stall, Harry Cedars, Charlie finds his new found career stalled. In a series of conflicts – a partner he likes but needs to get rid of; a stepmother he hates who has holdover his father; and the numerous girlfriends who are never enough – Charlie finds himself in trying to change them all.







· ″Timber Kings" - Canadian reality TV show created by Adam Wilkenfeld and produced by Paperny Entertainment. Top show in the history of HGTV Canada; [652]

Undertow ( In exchange for his release, an imprisoned con man coerces his son, a former cop kicked-off the force for corruption, into entrapping a gay congressman on behalf of the FBI. The congressman arranges to meet a young male hustler, but unbeknownst to him, the entire exchange is being videotaped by an FBI agent. In yet another twist, the heterosexual male is no hustler at all, but an ex-cop doing a favor for his conman father who is working with FBI in hopes of avoiding jail time. This high-drama film is based on the play “Raw Youth”.


Networks and organizations[edit]


  • George A. Cozyris - wrote Christian Metz and the Reality of Film; professor of communication arts and telecommunications, BA, and Ph.D., University of Southern California; MA, UCLA
  • Kevin Jambor - creator of Sweetness Theory



To request a biographical article about an actor, director, screenwriter or any other filmmaker, go to Wikipedia:Requested articles/Biographies and follow the instructions on the top of that page. Below the instructions, there are subsections devoted to Actors and to other types of Filmmakers.

Each biography request must describe precisely what makes the person notable. Notability guidelines for Entertainers are here.

Film companies[edit]

Please follow the guidelines for requesting articles at Wikipedia:Requested articles/Business and Economics/Businesses and Organizations.

[740] ;[741] ;[742]

  • VL Films - independent video and short film production company in London, England; founded by British filmmaker Tom Gorst
  • PAKT Media - production service company in the Adriatic region (Croatia and Slovenia); recently was involved in filming bridge scene for The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian in Soča valley and WWII filming sets for Red Tails in Istria; [743]
  • Popcore Films - Swedish film company; focuses on music videos and documentaries; [744]
  • Rhombus Media - Canadian film and television production company; known for The Red Violin and Hobo With a Shotgun;[745]; IMDb
  • Riot Studios - American film production company; known for Believe Me and Beware of Christians;[746]; IMDb
  • Roaming Armadillo - film-production company; founded 2007 by Dr. Patrick Clinton in Lafayette, LA; IMDb; primary focus is the production of high quality, low budget independent films; Clinton began the production company while completing his Ph.D. at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette; IMDb; has completed two feature horror films, in 2007 Last Getaway [747] and in 2008 The Inherited [748]; Last Getaway was 2nd Runner Up Feature Film at the 2007 Full Moon Horror Convention and Film Festival [749]
  • SHJG Film Studios
  • Super 8 City - production company
  • Tolly 2 Holly - overseas distribution house; it now started Tollywood movie production with AA OKKADU , which is going to be released 5 June
  • Yellow Wood Films L.LC. - limited liability corporation; formed 2001 by actor/writer/director Stu Brumbaugh; known for U.S. feature film productions such as "Iron Ridge" and "The Vessel"
  • Sid Sabbath Films - responsible for girl Drinks darkness AKA The Death Film]
  • The Script Factory - a European script development organisation based in London which offers script writing and script reader training, as well as a live events programme including talks, film previews and masterclasses with high profile filmmakers.

Film technology and equipment[edit]

Film and TV festivals[edit]

Film genres[edit]

Filmmaking terms[edit]

Film fandom[edit]

Film stocks[edit]

Lists of films; lists of TV episodes[edit]

(including other "lists of")

Film commissions[edit]

  • Thompson-Nicola Film Commission - [761]; government film commission funded by the Thompson-Nicola Regional District which has been operating since 2000. The film commission has brought some big name productions to the TNRD including The A-Team, An Unfinished Life and 2012.[28] The area that inhabits the region is known for its arid deserts and dry climate during the summer months, which has served as shooting locations for similar areas around the world. The following films and television shows have been shot within the TNFC jurisdiction since it was created including The Pledge, Flower & Garnet, Smallville, The Snow Walker, Ill Fated, Traffic (2004 TV mini-series), An Unfinished Life, Miss Texas, Deepwater, The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, Augusta, Gone, Battlestar Gallactica, Firewall, Centigrade, Afghan Knights, Partition, Thirst, Joy Ride 2: Dead Ahead, Lost Treasure of the Grand Canyon, Iron Road, The Andromeda Strain, Cole, Alien Trespass, Alice, 2012, Flicka 2, The A-Team [762]; [763] and Afghan Luke[764]

Media conglomerates[edit]

  • Gabriela Horton
  • Phonecast - (from de:Phonecast)
  • Polly Renton - died aged 40 in a road accident in Kenya together with her four-year-old daughter, Sita; documentary maker who later used her experience to train young film makers and journalists in East Africa, playing a major role in the transformation of television there; [765]

Media directories[edit]


  • 2 Champs and a Chump -Ongoing podcast centered on Fantasy Flight Games' A Game of Thrones Living Card Game. [768] Podcast Listing [769] Facebook page [770] Fantasy Flight Games guest spot [771] FFG Hall of Heroes [772] FFG Hall of Heroes [773] AGoT LCG Wiki page
  • The Barista Times - The Barista Times is an online sketch-comedy series taking place entirely in a coffee shop. It premiered on youtube on July 5th. The show was filmed at Sisters Coffee Company in Sisters, Oregon, and was written and produced by local brother and sister writing team Nathan and Emily Woodworth. They show utilizes completely original content including theme songs provided by local high school students. The Barista Times was filmed by Hill Shadow Pictures' Samuel Pyke. [774]; [775]; [29][30][31][32]
  • Wesleys Yard - [776]; [777]
General query regarding a rumored 'cursed Hollywood movie script', any details about screenplay, attempts at production, etc.
Generally: creating articles for every red link on List of film topics would be greatly appreciated.


  1. ^ "The Block winners Chantelle Ford and Steve O'Donnell pocket $736,000". 10 April 2014. 
  2. ^ "Former The Block contestant Chantelle Ford pursues creative millinery dream". 14 October 2014. 
  3. ^  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  4. ^
  5. ^
  6. ^ William DeMeo - IMDb
  7. ^ WILLIAM DEMEO - Producer, Actor, Writer
  8. ^  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  9. ^ Jeffreys, Daniel (February 17, 1997). "Roseanne Barr the lottery loser of all time". The Independent (London). Retrieved May 22, 2010. 
  10. ^
  11. ^
  12. ^ Cite error: The named reference undefined was invoked but never defined (see the help page).
  13. ^ The best internet radio stations by Pete Naughton (The Telegraph (UK), 31 October 2013)
  14. ^ Papakowhai unlikely base for US indie rock station by Andrea O'Neil (KapiMana News, 28 May 2012)
  15. ^ Listen Outside the Box: Online and innovative—this isn’t your parents’ radio by Ethan Maffey (The Source Weekly', 22 August 2012)
  16. ^ Cyber 'bully' disputes radio station's credentials by Andrea O’Neil (The Dominion Post', 18 September 2012)
  17. ^ “Afternoons with Jim Mora” live on-air interview w/Jim Mora (Radio New Zealand, 29 May 2012)
  18. ^ "Florida Georgia Line Tapped to Host American Country Countdown Awards". Retrieved 5 December 2014. 
  19. ^ "Luke Bryan Leads Nominees For 2014 American Country Countdown Awards". Retrieved 5 December 2014. 
  20. ^ "REBA MCENTIRE WINS FIRST-EVER 'NASH ICON' AWARD". Rolling Stone. Retrieved 5 December 2014. 
  21. ^ "Kenny Chesney to Receive Groundbreaker Award at American Country Countdown Awards". Retrieved 5 December 2014. 
  22. ^ "Sara Evans, Hunter Hayes, Maddie & Tae Among American Country Countdown Awards Presenters". Retrieved 5 December 2014. 
  23. ^ The Cat (Korean Movie - 2011) - 고양이: 죽음을 보는 두 개의 눈 @ HanCinema :: The Korean Movie and Drama Database
  24. ^ Shelter (2012) – ) - IMDb
  25. ^  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  26. ^ collaborativeprojectsarchive - A brief history of the MWF Video Club
  27. ^ The UNSCA School of Filmmaking’s Moving Image Archives
  28. ^
  29. ^ 'The Barista Times' to premier - Nugget Newspaper
  30. ^ Sisters' own "Portlandia" | Film | The Source Weekly - Bend, Oregon
  31. ^ The Barista Times
  32. ^
  33. ^
  34. ^ Studios Adopt New 'Digital' Monikers | Home Media Magazine
  35. ^ Fox Digital HD Frequently Asked Questions
  36. ^ TESS - Error
  37. ^ Fox kicks off its Digital HD initiative by joining Google Play and YouTube, offering movies early
  38. ^ Fox launches Digital HD for early access to latest releases - CNET
  39. ^ ‘Digital HD’ Has Hopes High at Studios’ Home Entertainment Divisions | Variety