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Yes, I'm entertaining certain processes to get back to work. It's been a long time and time is up.
I'm a writer by trade, though my first love has always been acting - why not marry the two, and write for actors? Done. BUT... our story is a crazy one, I'll deal with it later, what you need to know is when we evacuated our home, all my work was lost forever, including a completed screenplay I was lucky enough to have HBO looking at. Also, all our contact information. Our…Continue
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Aloha everyone at Hawaii Actors Network!
My name is Bill Gosline, the writer and co-producer of, "15 Minutes" a short shot right here in downtown Honolulu, and brought to you by a lot of local talent!
Currently, the movie is in post-production, being edited by the director and co-producer, Bill Draheim.
BUT, we want to keep the coals hot, so we have been blogging the process at …Continue
God has giving us the opportunity to create a social network for Hawaii film industry so that information about the industry can smoothly get to each other. As we grow our goal is for the good of all, weather members or fans of the industry! Because its a social network the forum is open for all types of…Continue
EL LAGO (The Lake)
Guided by a haunting nightmare of a mysterious lake, and fueled by an obsession to discover the truth behind his sister’s death, Tomas returns to his homeland of Mexico to finally confront a dark…Continue
Added by Jonah Okano on July 1, 2011 at 6:30pm — No Comments
Get a load of this...the idea of paying a one month fee to attend the movies (a projection of the Netflix idea) is in the works. They are still negotiating limitations and costs. One of which I believe is only being able to attend one movie a day. Giving the retiring Baby Boomers yet another daily media toy. As well as inticing the new 3-D generation audiences. Now if we observe past patterns on the development of such projects, the movie industry is going to take-off like a bat out…Continue
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