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Free Actor's Workshop in LA
Join director and coach Emilio Martinez for a free actor's workshop in North Hollywood this Sunday.
Address: 10428 Burbank Blvd, North Hollywood, CA
Time: 6:30 to 9:30 PM Sunday, September 17, 2017
Parent trap was a movie released in 1961 about two pre-teen sisters who meet each other for the first time at a summer camp, after their parents have divorced and moved to opposite ends of the Atlantic. The girls engineer a swap campaign so each can spend time with the parent they missed. Could their efforts bring the parents back together?
Family Films Productions have decided to make a documentary on the legacy of the film.
The film features Hayley Mills. Also included in the cast are Susan Henning, Joanne Barnes, and Tommy Sands from the 1961 Parent Trap film, Tom Skerritt, Carrie Heim, Stu Krieger (writer), Ron Maxwell (director) from Parent Trap II and script writer Deborah Amelon from Parent Trap III. Teresa Anderson (Mother to Bridget Anderson, Parent Trap II) will also share some special moments of her daughter Bridget and her time on the set with Carrie Heim. Patrica Richardson and Chris Gartin are also going to appear.
In the past few months they have been able to complete on- camera interviews with Joanne Barnes, Tom Skerritt, and Carrie Heim.
Their funding page can be found here: https://www.slated.com/films/205421/team/
Year of Release: 2008
About: Henry Poole is told by a doctor he has only a couple of weeks to live. He decides to go back to the street he grew up on, and spend the rest of his days in solitude. The first person to notice something bothers him is the realtor selling him a house, when Henry insists to pay the first offered price of $325,000 for the house, because he won't remain there for long.
His plans to spend the rest of his days left alone don't materialize, however, thanks to funny and weird neighbors, who just would not let him deal with his problems alone. That, and a miraculous spot on the wall of his house, which his neighbors claim to be the face of Jesus.
Henry's peaceful depression is first ruined by his Hispanic neighbor Esperanza, who first notices the miraculous spot, keeps walking into his house without invitation, and even inviting the whole church to his backyard. Henry is puzzled by a store cashier who cares too much about how much alcohol he buys, and buds in to talk about his personal problems.
The neighbors and the spot change his life and his faith.
Overall, light and enjoyable comedy movie.
What is your actor name?
Ft Worth, TX
How did you get interested in acting?
My journey in acting started when I was in high school as the school's attempt to reach a troubled youth.
Related to that, how did you get into making Christian movies?
I got into Christian film making because I grew tired of complaining about a lack of clean and family friendly content and decided to do something about it. I have not done very many Faith Based films outside of working with Lumindeo in The Network and Wyatt's Fort Season 3.
Advice you would give to someone trying to get into Christian film making?
Be Vast. Be a person with values. Have a great attitude. Be willing to stretch yourself with roles that challenge you. Be willing to train.
That is some good advice. I believe there is a webseries you are currently working on, is that correct?
Yes, my webseries Kaylah is being released Mid September. It's a romantic comedy about a Mama's Boy preparing for marriage who can't shake his mother's grasp.