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Derek Wayne Johnson, Director, talks to us about how to get your film made, acting, and being true to yourself

Derek Wayne Johnson (Director, Producer, Writer, Editor) talks to us about how to get your film made, who you should and shouldn’t date in hollywood, and how being yourself is your best guideline in the industry.
Having just done the documentary John G. Avildsen: King of the Underdogs, he tells us about his upcoming projects, including 40 Years of Rocky: The Birth of a Classic and Stallone: Frank, That Is.
Being no stranger to acting, he gives great advice about the audition room, and even let’s us get a look into his life as a child, and how he know he wanted to create from the time he started taking baths as a kid

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Camilla and Craig Jackson, Self Produced Actress and Director: The Milli Show

Camilla and Craig Jackson Having just shot a talk show in their living room titled “The Milli Show”, Camilla and Craig talk about how they got the show produced, and where they are going form there. We end with music from their band ‘The Sirens of Venice’ The Milli Show: IMDB The Milli Show The Sirens of Venice The Sirens of VeniceWatch now for free on Amazon! Follow me at: Facebook Twitter Instagram Music by Nothing but Stars Inside Nothing but stars inside Support us by going to InvoluntaryAct.com @boldandbeautifulcbs @neighbors_tv @ youngandrestlesscbs @christyedooley @themillishow @lifeboat_reiki @realrhp @babs_gray @ianabramsontwitter @geneblalock @Jash @ericfuckingandre #Nvisionate Studios @Nvisionate @cinemaniacsoz @blogdanovich #thesirensofvenice @thecamillajackson

11- Pt. 2 John Asher, Director, Writer, Actor

The longest wrap up to any podcast ever, in the history of ever, in podcasting. You’re welcome. We go into Hollywood complicating relationships, and delve into “me too”. Our words are important, be human to each other. We get a glimpse into how John directs on set. Rico and I are all for going to outer space, but I’m afraid we may need to leave John behind. Behind the scenes feedback from casting. Dating in LA John plans his prom 🙂 “Somebody Marry Me” we discuss his Romantic Comedy shot in one take, and how even a great film can struggle with distribution, and why name actors are so important to a film. Getting misquoted sucks. John gives dating tips to guys Wick comes to visit John Asher Facebook Instagram Twitter Somebody Marry me Rico Anderson Facebook Instagram Twitter Follow me at: Facebook Twitter Instagram Music by Nothing but Stars Inside Click here Support us by going to InvoluntaryAct.com