In Mac 20 Questions podcast 64 I am talking to the vibrant hosts of Film Courage, which you will find at L.A Talk Radio. We had a great conversation about film and movie making and I surely get the impression that these are people to watch out for. Most definitely going places in the movie industry.
Obviously they are FinalCutPro users and big fans of the Mac. Their story of the sound guy having to listen to the strippers in the movie making certain noises was very funny. One of them is an actual porn star.
Writer/Director David Branin grew up near Hartford, Connecticut. It wasn’t until his college career was almost over that the dream of making a major motion-picture burst into his head. David and three of his closest friends wrote an original screenplay together and moved to Los Angeles in 2000 to pursue their own Hollywood ending.
He is the Director/Writer/Producer of Night Before the Wedding and Co-Host of Film Courage.
His work has been seen by millions online. His short films, Shoot-Out and Honey, I’m Home have garnered the most acclaim, having combined to screen in over 40 international film festivals while winning their share of awards.
Actress/Spokesperson Karen Worden co-hosts L.A. Talk Radio’s “Film Courage”. At age 18, Karen drove herself and her belongings to Los Angeles from the San Francisco Bay Area to pursue her acting career. As many an L.A. transplant will do, Karen worked several odd jobs to pay the rent. Karen’s had many interesting work experiences which have further flavored her character.
Karen’s style is earthy with a slight touch of fire , easygoing, intuitive and direct. In hosting the new Internet radio talk show, “Film Courage,” . Karen’s in-depth questioning discovers how individuals overcome the naysayers, along with quieting the harshest of critics – oneself! She questions industry professionals on their fear of success versus fear of failure, overcoming self-sabotage, and developing one’s greatest strengths.
Karen’s credits include Honey I’m Home, Road Therapy, Weekend Get Away, Religious Freaks Gone Wild, Mind Over Matter Man, Smoking – The Movie and the latest Night Before the Wedding. Karen also wrote and starred in a one-woman play showcased at the Space Theatre entitled The Other Woman, as well as being featured in several commercials and print ads. One of her favorite shoots was working with Richard Simmons on his Sweatin’ to the Oldies series.