While a group of local sheriffs share stories on the job, the oldest veteran tells the others about an encounter that seems almost supernatural. Starring Joel King and Dave Meadows. Written and directed by Nick Albertson.
Second Place Winner at the 2015 International Indie Gathering in the Crime/Mystery Short film category.
Amy Finch isn’t very good at her job and it’s about to get her killed. She’s on the run from her evil boss, time cops, and even chrono-terrorists.
Yeah– really. Time Travel kinda sucks like that. This is might be how the world ends.
Another year and all of the teams have turned in their contributions to Project Hot Potato.
Each year, four Hampton Roads filmmakers are tasked with producing four different segments of the same movie. One of the hurdles that is placed in their way is a simple rule that states that “no member of the crew or cast can appear on more than one team.” This leads to filmmakers either being lucky to run with their usual team or putting them in a position where they need to reach out an collaborate with creatives that they might not have previously.
On Saturday, April 25th– we will crown a winner for Project Hot Potato 2015, but there will also be another award winner: Project Hot Potato’s Most Valuable Actor.
And the nominees are…
Michael Beckner Jr. | Friendly Runaways
Michael has earned an MVA nomination his first year with Project Hot Potato as a member of the Friendly Runaways.
Nathan Emilio | Cocaine Beard
Star and one of the creative minds behind Channel 757’s flagship production, Issues— Nathan has scored an MVA nomination in his second Project Hot Potato appearance.
Vera Yatsula | Cocaine Beard
Last year, Vera became the first winner of the MVA award. Paired with her Issues co start and creator, she has earned a second nomination for Project Hot Potato’s Most Valuable Actor.
See Project Hot Potato 2015 when it premieres Saturday April 25th at the Virginia Beach Central Library Auditorium. Doors open at 2:30 and the show starts at 3PM. Immediately following, Channel 757 will crown their winner for Project Hot Potato, the Most Valuable Actor, and a new category for Best Cameo!
Well the time is here, the show we’ve been looking forward to for quite some time. We got some of the Top ladies of Skelley films to join us and discuss past and present works to include some talks about the forthcoming release “Christine at the Crossroads” We managed to get Anna Sosa, Heather Smith, and one of our favorite ladies Diane “The Sex” Sokolowich!! We had more fun than we could of imagined with these lovely ladies. We talk about Christine at the Crossroads heavily and their experiences making this incredibly moving film. We also get to know Anna Sosa and Heather Smith as they were first timers on the show. We play some Scenes with Sokolowich and a little friendly competition between the girls to wrap up an eventful and provocative show.
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The first of two episodes for this week!! Today we discussed the Hampton Roads 48 HR Film Festival Best of showcase. We had one of our Favorite Guests Creater of Issues Matt Wade drop in to weigh in on what we thought of the top 10 selections and awards and possible upset in who got what awards and who we felt got snubbed.
Channel 757’s Fall Film Showcase is undoubtedly the biggest show Channel 757 puts on each year. On October 9th, 10th, and 11th we’re ready to head back to Beach Movie Bistro in Virginia Beach. 2014’s Showcase looks to be even bigger than before with three nights of independent films. Here’s a look at each night’s headliner and a few of the other films you can expect to see. ***Click here to BUY tickets***
Channel 757 Fall Film Showcase Night One (10.9.14, 7PM)
RED BAND – Headlining the first night of the showcase is the encore screening of Chris Abaya‘s horror film, Red Band. Red Band first premiered this past spring and will again close out the night at Beach Movie Bistro on October 9th.
VERONA – Also premiering will be a special director’s cut of Verona directed by R Jay Molina of the Motion Art Collective.
THE SILENCE IN BETWEEN – The Hampton Roads premiere of the short suspense thriller with amazing performances from actors Dave Meadows and Anna Sosa. Directed by Tom White.
Channel 757 Fall Film Showcase Night Two (10.10.14, 9PM)
ISSUES – Headlining our showcase’s second night is the season two premiere of the award winning Channel 757 original series. Created and written by Matt Wade and sporting a load of cameos, the premiere is one you won’t want to miss.
THE WAITING PLACE – The latest film by director Nick Albertson with an amazing cast lead by Joel Nathan King will also have its world premiere on the second night of our showcase.
Channel 757 Fall Film Showcase Night Three (10.11.14, 9PM)
CHRISTINE AT THE CROSSROADS – The showcase headliner and latest feature film from Skelly Films explores a story about love and the hard choices that come along with following your heart.
GRAVE UNDERTAKING – The latest short film from the collective minds of BrainCo Productions is ready to premiere the closing night of the showcase.
That’s just a small portion of what to expect so keep up with Channel 757 for more news and announcements about the 2014 Fall Film Showcase and keep creating.
The dudes are a ship without a rudder as Justin is not in studio… Zak and MOFA have special guests– producer Alec Wittschiebe and cinematographer Lee Clements— two behind the camera guys that aren’t always working the camera…
They talk about their latest film Blue Skies, their other projects, Executive Producer Joe asks the hard hitting questions as usual, and we review How to Train Your Dragon 2 and 22 Jump Street! Get that ish in your ears!