The momentum gathers, but we still need your vote! Follow up to: The Making of “Fashionista Daddy” Doritos Super Bowl Commercial”
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CNN Interview with Nathan Scoggins, Co-creator of ‘Sling Baby’ and ‘Fashionista Daddy’ Doritos ‘Crash the Super Bowl’ Ads
January 29, 2013
CNN Interview with Nathan Scoggins: Making of Award-winning Doritos Super Bowl Commercials ‘Sling Baby’ and ‘Fashionista Daddy’
January 15, 2013
Of the nearly 5,000 commercials submitted to Doritos, five were chosen as finalists for the $1M grand prize, including our spot “Fashionista Daddy.” Here’s the story behind the story.
August 5, 2011
. Nathan Scoggins is an award-winning writer and director who lives in L.A. He’s written projects for Lionsgate, Jenkins Entertainment, Sodium Entertainment, and Five Stone Media. Several of his award-winning short films are available on DVD. His latest film, THE LEAST OF THESE has just been released by Vivendi Universal through Code Black Entertainment. For more […]
March 26, 2015
Comments Off on How To Raise Money for Your First Movie: Interview with Producer/Director Mark Freiburger, Part 2
The one thing I get asked about the most by other aspiring filmmakers is not about those more high profile experiences, but about how to go out and raise money to make their first features.
January 31, 2013
Companies spend millions of dollars creating eye-catching Super Bowl ads each year, but the fifth best Super Bowl ad of all time was created by a few two handed warrior friends for a few hundred bucks.
December 5, 2012
Comments Off on LOS TRAFICANTES: When a Drug Lord Finds Faith, Can His Movie Find an Audience? by Kurt Tuffendsam
Writer/producer Kurt Tuffendsam describes his new film following the most unlikely convert in the most unlikely of places. ‘Los Traficantes’ retells the incredible true story of Esteban Mendoza Cruz, former Mexican drug lord, who in 1999 experienced a major transformation after finding redemption through faith in Christ while serving a 33-year sentence in La Mesa […]
November 3, 2011
Ashley Arielle studied screenwriting at a college you’ve never heard of, has attended several writing programs of equally vague importance and has blithely put aside any attempt at snobbery, fully embracing her love of the summer tent pole action flick. Her short “Foolproof“ won the Santa Barbara International Film Festival 10-10-10 Competition. She’s taught workshops on […]