M.C. Gainey has been the face of evil for years. The journeyman actor has played Tom Friendly in Lost and Bo Crowder in Justified, with guest appearances in series from Fresh Prince of Bel-Air to CSI and supporting roles in various movies over the last thirty-five years. This fall, he’s an integral part of The Pardon, a film that follows the story… [Read More]
In Return to the Hiding Place, writer/director Peter C. Spencer takes us back in time to World War II and the resistance efforts of Corrie ten Boom. Realizing the depth of the Nazi threat to Holland, ten Boom developed a secret army of untrained youth to help in the rebellion. Around the same time, Hans… [Read More]
Cole Claasen and I caught up in between his Master of Fine Arts classes at Western State University of Colorado. Claasen is studying filmmaking so that he can be a better screenwriter, but also so he can teach others at the college level how they can tell their stories. The writer, director, and producer of… [Read More]
I recently caught up with Brad Coley, the writer/director of Frank the Bastard and a San Franciscan by way of New England. In his haunting tale of dark secrets and unresolved pain, he’s wrapped a deeply spiritual exploration of life as we know it within a murder mystery that will keep you on the edge of your… [Read More]
In The Vatican Tapes, the upcoming horror film by Mark Neveldine (Crank, Gamer), Father Lozano (Michael Pena) fights to save the soul of a young woman via exorcism, and realizes he may just be fighting to save the world. I caught up with Olivia Taylor Dudley, who plays the possessed woman, Angela, to ask her about her… [Read More]
The Briefcase, a controversial new CBS reality TV show, provides two families with $101,000 and choices on how to spend it. Executive Producer David Broome sat down with ScreenFish to discuss his latest project since The Biggest Loser.
DeSanctis plays the role of Produce with a childlike exuberance often missing in Hollywood today.