Tony Germinario is a writer and indie film director, born and raised in NJ. Tony went to school at Fairfield University where he initially began his screenwriting career. Since then, he has always been involved in creative outlets. At first, he focused on music and became one of the lead songwriters for a touring band called Jel, but then turned his writing skills from songs back to scripts roughly eight years ago.
Since focusing on film, Tony has written 9 feature scripts, several shorts, and has experienced increasing levels of success with his film-making. His first feature film “Wingman, Inc.”, starring Kristopher Turner, Erin Cahill, and Reid Ewing was picked up by Lion’s Gate/Grindstone and was released in April 2015.
Additionally, he has completed three short films, that each had success on the festival circuit. “Séance” won the Gold Kahuna at the Hawaii Film Awards and was a featured selection at the Shriekfest Film Festival. “Selling It” was named an Official Selection at the Long Island International Film Expo and the SENE and New Filmmakers Film Festivals, and “In the Mourning” was selected by the Hoboken and Roxbury MA International Film Festivals and also won an Award of Merit from The Indie Fest.
Tony’s latest feature film Bad Frank, featuring Kevin Interdonato and Tom Sizemore has people talking. It’s won 11 awards on the film festival circuit and recently picked up a distribution deal with Gravitas Ventures. We learned a lot from Tony this week about transitioning from short films to creating feature films. The devil’s in the details and preparation can be the difference between success and failure. Surrounding yourself with a team you can trust is also the key to making big things happen on small budgets in the indie film world.
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Chanel Ryan is an American actress who has successfully navigated the acting and modeling industry over the past decade. Descriptions of Chanel are as varied as the roles she plays which you’ll see in our interview. A ball of energy with captivating eyes in a pretty blonde package. She’s a chameleon with strength, vulnerability, and great comedic timing in equal amounts. She shines in the lighter, bubbly types and specializes in darker material, playing edgy and troubled young women.
It’s no secret that to make it Hollywood it takes guts and a whole lot of work. Talking with Chanel Ryan we learned that being an actor is like being self-employed. That means you need to treat acting like a business. By taking acting classes you’ll get a solid foundation that will translate into confidence for yourself and the potential casting directors and other actors you’ll be working with.
Chanel believed in getting a solid foundation for her career so much that she took time off to do just that. She’s been working on her craft daily to make sure she can get the type of parts that will make her proud. We hope you learn as much as we did about what it takes to have a lasting career as an actor.
Sonic Forces – First Modern Sonic Gameplay
Sonic blasts through a city under siege by Death Egg Robot sentinels in this first look at Sonic Forces. Coming this Holiday season to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC!
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