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Hulu is the mainstream video website in the same way with YouTube which is bound to bridge the distance between professional and free content. This website features the rotating menu of TV shows and films for free, plus a much more extensive monthly payment. It tends to offer a number of TV shows that you can watch for free, yet there is a very limited number for A-list shows. Normally, there is a list of mixed new and old shows available that you can watch anytime you want. Its free film selection is quite small yet it is simple to search.
This website is the direct competitor of YouTube. In the same manner with YouTube, the contents of this website is free yet users have the privilege to pay a charge for upgrading to top quality video streaming and more additional space for uploading videos of their own. Vimeo comes with professional and independent quality work like creative short films. It features a number of regular user created content. Shows on TV and wide release films are rare on Vimeo, yet obscure as well as low cost projects abound.
Angeline is an award winning assassin thriller set in the city of Los Angeles that is written, shot, edited and directed by multi-talented filmmaker David Sandeep Robert. David also worked on the vfx and cinematography of the film. Back in India, he is often compared to the Mexican American filmmaker Robert Rodreguez Jr., who is also known for single handedly crafting his initial film. Angeline is made on a shoe string budget in Los Angeles with American actors.
The film opened at 8th Los Angeles Brazilian Film Festival in 2015 and since then had been other festivals in India including Hyderabad film festival where David received awards for best editing and directing.
The all American cast includes Iraqi war vet Johnathan Hurley in the lead. Executive producer, Ed Polgardy helms the role of a FBI agent Jim Jimenez and Veteran actor Mike Gaglio stars as the Rafael, the mafia don. Lauren Mckenna makes an impressive debut as Angeline, who is caught up in the cross fire between her soul mate and a contract killer from Brooklyn played by Joseph Danielle. Joseph also went on to win the best supporting actor award at the Hyderabad film festival.
A comedy series. BROAD CITY meets ENTOURAGE in an audition room… both need new headshots.
Two actresses. One Hollywood dream. Zero selfdoubt. Alexandra & Robin are the big break Hollywood has been waiting for.
A comedic series following two actresses as they grow from performing as background trolls to walking the red carpet at the Academy Awards. Robin DeLano lives in the Valley and works 8,192 side jobs while struggling to become an actress.
The following is an excerpt from a recent interview with movie director/producer Douglas Vermeeren in regards to his upcoming movie Creepy Zombie. Douglas Vermeeren is the director and producer behind several hit documentaries in the personal development and inspiration genre.
For more information about Douglas Vermeeren and his films go to: www.DouglasVermeeren.com and for more information about Creepy Zombies specifically go to: www.CreepyZombies.com
Stan Romero: Thanks for taking the time to talk with me.
Douglas Vermeeren: It’s good be with you.
Stan Romero: so,why did you want to become a filmmaker?
Douglas Vermeeren: As long as I can remember I enjoyed movies. Like many filmmakers of my generation I was profoundly affected by the films of George Lucas and Steven Speilberg.
On the heels of wrapping his latest personal development film “How Thoughts Become things,” Director/producer Douglas Vermeeren makes a startling announcement. Douglas Vermeeren became known as one of the foremost directors and producers in the inspirational and personal development genre with his award winning films, The Opus, The Gratitude Experiment and The Treasure Map. His films have been translated into more than 23 languages and developed into books featured in just as many languages. But this week he threw a curveball when he announced that his next film will not be an inspirational picture.
At first consideration one might think that a simple inspiring narrative film might be the next logical step that Vermeeren might make, but the reality is far more surprising. Vermeeren declared on a panel discussion at a recent personal development forum that his next film will be a “Zombie picture.”