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Hy Brett talks about growing up on the Lower East Side, working for The New York Post, writing, and meeting his wife in the Catskills
Having a restless childhood and not having the stability of a long time home could crumple the spirits of some people, but not David Beedon. In November of 2017 in Los Angeles, 15-year-old Kyle Beedon interviews his father, David Beedon,...
Local filmmaker Rafeeq Roberts discusses the importance of the Cleveland Public Libraries in his life
In this interview, conducted in November 25th 2018 in Chicago, Illinois, Jack O’Connell (16) interviews his family friend and land lord Mark Mckealvy (64) about cinema and raising children. Mr. Mckealvy shares his book idea on raising children on movies...
Jon Forman recalls how he came to study, appreciate, and celebrate film at Case Western Reserve University, and how his appreciation led to a now internationally known FilmFest.
An everyday man says what he thinks about broadcasting and film.
An interview with UTAR senior & now currently a film director about his success on film making.
Roy Disney worked on a movie called Morning Light where they took kids who had never sailed before and trained them for months so they could sail in one of the toughest races in the world of sailing, the transpac....
This was an interview with my dad about his opinions on the world and issues. His opinions do not necessarily reflect mine.
It's an interview about how a film director about his point of view and his pieces of advices to the Broadcasting students in UTAR.
Director Chong's experience is very interesting, we have to learn from him.
Interviewer Dee Perry discusses the 42nd Annual Cleveland International Film Festival, exploring it from the points of view of filmmakers, volunteers, and visitors.
WKSU's Director of External Affairs and Communications, Sandra Morgan, said an enthusiastic 'yes' when the Cleveland International Film Festival asked her to join their Board of Trustees. She explains why in a conversation with Dee Perry.
Film makers in Malaysia
Alex Mendoza sits down and talks about his youth, struggles, and ways he copes with being an only child.
Rachel Siler interviews Beth Anne DeKeizer about finding her passion and being brave enough to change her career path.
Addie explains how CIFF changed the way she views the world.
My dad and I sit down for 40 minutes discussing why he chose making movies and his views on his life and things going on around him.
Executive Director of Greater Cleveland Urban Film Festival, Donna Dabbs, describes how the Cleveland International Film Festival inspired her