It takes money to make Milk, I mean it takes money to make movies. That’s just what Todd Tue of Milk Products Media is doing with his latest project titled “From Grass to Cheese”. Friday the 19th they kicked off their fund raising efforts to make a feature doc about making organic cheese in Ohio. When Todd visited the Noland’s Family farm last year he thought it might be an interesting project.
This is a first, but I’m sure not a last. New Media talking about Old Media well at least on this show. Today we’re talking about a film “A Face In The Crowd” Director: Elia Kazan 1957
Mikayla Brown and Vinnie Lacey of Fringe Chicago talked with me about their upcoming event slated for the beginning of September. If you’re a performer get your application in there now! The deadline for submissions is February 15th 2010. If you like watching raw creativity well you better pencil in some time between Sept 1st – 5th.
It’s been a year since we last talked to Joe Avella. If you remember he’s one of the first people we talked to when we kicked off Midwest Media Now! He was making great stuff then but now he’s working on something even bigger, a feature length film. Yeah a feature!
What’s “Let’s Create”? It’s different things too different people, for Midwest Media Now it’s a chance to meet other content creators, new media movers and shakers, just a bunch of fun people that believe in the power of social media. We networked, showcased peoples works and made a couple shows like the one you are getting ready to listen right now.
Listen to this episode to find out the secret clues about Epicdeer, Ed Pierce’s brainchild and see if you can solve the puzzle before the end of the show!
Turns out we only figured out one of the secrets… If you can figure out the others. SOMEBODY TELL US, PLEASE!
Creator of Midwest Media Now.
I started this podcast to get to know fellow filmmakers in the Midwest. I’ve made a few short films. But thought it was about time to start showcasing the talent we have right her in the Midwest.
When I started this I lived just outside Chicago. So the amount of content creators was vast but I talked to people from all over.
Now that I’m back in Kansas City. (My Home Town) I’m want to start up the show again.