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Danny Cunningham - played Jimmy Sykes in Coronation Street - -


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Jarrod Johnson (actor) IMDB, Lost Saucer

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Lars Anderson - producer and composer [258]


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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. [455] [456] [457] Well-respected theater actor having done Lead roles in plays and musicals for Repertory Philippines, the country's acclaimed theater company. [458]


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Matt Stone-Director and owner of Stone Work Films

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Epix Radio - Portugal. Central Portugals only English Station

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  • 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 [606] and the movie is mentioned but not as a link to a wiki page. A bit more info on [607] , official site on [608] and youtube channel on [609].
  • 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; [610]
  • 3A.M. (TV Series) Television series on Showtime Take a penetrating joyride into the bizarro world of late-night New York City. 3AM is a high-energy documentary series that follows a cornucopia of drag queens, artists, escorts, and other insomniacs, all trying to turn fantasy into reality while flaunting every rule in the book. Anything goes at this hour, so leave all inhibitions at the door. While most respectable folks are tucked in at home, the bolder and braver outlaw set are out defying the norms of acceptable and conventional behavior in a search for love, sex, fame, and notoriety that can only come as the clock strikes 3; [611] , [612].









  • Vito and Vito Show (Political Talk Show)[699]



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  • 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



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Film companies[edit]

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  • Bus Stop Films- Bus Stop film’s is a Sydney (Australia) based, not-for-profit company that makes films with people in the disability community. Bus Stop films advocates inclusive filmmaking and runs weekly film classes. Bus Stop films was founded by film director Genevieve Clay Smith and (Wikipedia article- and Eleanor Winkler.

Secondary Resources

Topman Magazine- The Film Issue 1/5/2015

MX newspaper article- Bold and Beautiful Feb 2015

Film Ink Article-

Newcastle Herald Newspaper- November 10, 2014

Australian of the year awards website- 10 November 2014

Film Ink Article-

Newcastle Herald- October 2, 2014

Film Ink Article- June 12, 2014

Canterbury-Bankstown Express newspaper article- July 13, 2014

Filmnotes article- October 15, 2013

Ruby Connection article- 4 Feburary 2013

The Weekly review article- 10/9/2012

St George and Sutherland Shire Leader Newspaper- July 26, 2012

Film Ink article- June 19, 2012

Film Ink Article- December 1, 2010

Film Ink Article- March 28, 2010

Film Ink- September 1, 2010

ABC article- 6 December 2010

Sydney Morning Herald article- February 28, 2009

ABC article- 23 February 2009

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Daily Telegraph Newspaper

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Young Minds- August 24, 2012

The Interviewer short film-

Primary Resources DISCLAIMER: These Resources are made/edited/created by Bus Stop Films

Bus Stop Website

“The Intreviewer” short film

“The Interviewer” making off documentary

Genevieve Clay Smith personal blog

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  • 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.
  • Wyldewood Productions - British independent horror and fantasy filmmakers []

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Film commissions[edit]

  • Thompson-Nicola Film Commission - [792]; 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.[27] 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 [793]; [794] and Afghan Luke[795]

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; [796]

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  • 2 Champs and a Chump -Ongoing podcast centered on Fantasy Flight Games' A Game of Thrones Living Card Game. [799] Podcast Listing [800] Facebook page [801] Fantasy Flight Games guest spot [802] FFG Hall of Heroes [803] FFG Hall of Heroes [804] 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. [805]; [806]; [28][29][30][31]
  • Wesleys Yard - [807]; [808]
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.


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  9. ^ Papakowhai unlikely base for US indie rock station by Andrea O'Neil (KapiMana News, 28 May 2012)
  10. ^ Listen Outside the Box: Online and innovative—this isn’t your parents’ radio by Ethan Maffey (The Source Weekly', 22 August 2012)
  11. ^ Cyber 'bully' disputes radio station's credentials by Andrea O’Neil (The Dominion Post', 18 September 2012)
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