Rance Howard – Acting As My Friend

As I stood on a fork in the road that would soon separate me from the actor standing next to me in the scene we were shooting,  I suddenly became aware I was not really acting with this man beside me, but simply just reacting to this quiet moment between us.  That state of being we as actors strive to attain via years of mechanical exercises and mental mind games.  But at that moment, I relied on absolutely nothing to feel the sense of loss and hurt I was to express in the scene; it was just there. Rance Howard … Continue reading Rance Howard – Acting As My Friend

“Catfish Blues” brings in the New Year with wins; Best Feature and Best Actress

Grizzly Peak Films’ comedy drama and last years Big Island Film Festival Audience Choice winner has opened up 2017 with several more festival honors.  The Hollywood Verge Film Festival announced its winners for 2016 and Catfish Blues managed to take home … Continue reading “Catfish Blues” brings in the New Year with wins; Best Feature and Best Actress

Michael Gross and Michael Worth to Attend “Our Father” Screening on The Big Island May 22!

Making the festival round this year to much acclaim and film awards is the touching and intense short, “Our Father” from filmmaker Linda Palmer.  Screening at The Big Island Film festival, The film stars Michael Gross and Michael Worth as … Continue reading Michael Gross and Michael Worth to Attend “Our Father” Screening on The Big Island May 22!

Principal Photography Wraps on “Broken Memories”

Ivan Sergei, Rance Howard, Cerina Vincent and Kelly Greyson Stars in Romantic-Drama Los Angeles, CA – “Broken Memories,” a romantic-drama directed by Michael Worth (“Enchanting the Mortals”) has officially wrapped principle photography. The feature film, shot throughout Southern California, stars … Continue reading Principal Photography Wraps on “Broken Memories”

A New Star Opens the Heavens

The first time I saw Karen Kim was high atop an archaic hotel roof in the middle of Bulgaria in 2000. The film I was shooting there was Isaac Florentine’s US SEALS 2, and I knew the actress I was about to meet was playing the very stoic, disciplined Karate expert/ Samurai specialist who was my unsettled love interest in the film. Though as it appropriately turned out, she was also playing that character’s rambunctious and all-be-damned twin sister, so I wasn’t quite as taken aback by her animated entrance into my life. Her laugh made it across the precarious … Continue reading A New Star Opens the Heavens