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American Indie – DocumentarySouth Florida PremiereTIGER SHARK EXPRESS, George SchellengerUSA / 2013 / 50 min / BluRay / EnglishMove over Shark Week, here comes the Tiger Shark Express! Join Guy Harvey and some of the world’s foremost shark experts as they track tiger sharks across oceans, seeing them as never before and changing the way we view these amazing sharks. The film is based on five years’ worth of scientific data drawn from satellite tags and other instruments used to follow the incredible migratory patterns tiger sharks follow across the sea.Executive Producer: Dr. Guy Harvey / Producer & Writer: George C. Schellenger / Cinematographers: Dr. Guy Harvey, George C. Schellenger, Rick Westphal, Jim Abernethy, Alex Harvey, Dr. Neil Burnie / Contact: Tony Fins email@example.comProducer and Writer Bio: George C. Schellenger is a two-time Emmy award winner with more than 20 years experience in television and content development. He’s worked with leading media and technology brands across the United States from Time Warner to Microsoft (even NASA). At Microsoft, he helped launch MSNBC.com. At Time-Warner, he consulted for National Geographic, The Weather Channel, CBS, CNN, ABC, The New York Times, The Associated Press, Reuters – even Robin Leach. He’s been an adjunct professor at the University of Missouri‘s School of Journalism and served as Director of Content for the X PRIZE Foundation, working to give away $2MM in a lunar-lander prototype competition. He served as a producer for TEDxUSC in 2012. With Dr. Guy Harvey and the Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation, he's produced a series of highly-acclaimed ocean conservation films, making a difference on a global scale. In 2013 he published his first book, Not Because It's Easy, an adventure story paying tribute to Project Apollo. He is a Miami native.Special Guests: Dr. Guy Harvey, George Schellenger World Cinema – DocumentaryEast Coast PremiereFISHING PONO: LIVING IN HARMONY WITH THE SEA, Mary LambertMoloka’i Kaua’i, Hawai’i / 2013 / 26 min / BluRay / Pidgin English w/English sub-titles A co-production of Kauai based filmmaker Teresa Tico, Honolulu based Pacific Islanders In Communication, and the Corporation For Public Broadcasting, FISHING PONO: LIVING IN HARMONY WITH THE SEA tells the story of Native Hawaiians on the island of Molokai who are using ancient conservation methods to restore fisheries in the waters of their island. Featuring life long fisherman Kelson 'Mac' Poepoe, and directed by award winning helmer Mary Lambert, FISHING PONO's graphic images of the commercial exploitation of Pacific fisheries leaves no room for doubt that current practices are unsustainable and will leave nothing for future generations. Mr. Poepoe's fishing conservation program on Molokai, based on historical practices, is an inspiring story of how one community turned the tide on a seemingly doomed resource.Screenplay: Teresa Tico, Mary Lambert, Mauna Kea Trask / Producer: Teresa Tico / Cinematographer: Mike May / Editor: Michelle Harrison / Composer: Jeff Rona, Ken Emerson / Production Designer: Teresa Tico / Art Director: Mary Lambert / Principal Cast: Mauna Kea Trask, Mac Poepoe / Contact: Teresa Tico (808) 639-9080, P.O. Box 1682, Hilo, HI 96721, firstname.lastname@example.orgTHE DIRECTOR: Lambert directed Chris Isaak's first music video "Dancin'" and Janet Jackson's "Nasty" and "Control" music videos. She also directed videos for Annie Lennox, Mick Jagger, The Go-Go's, Whitney Houston, Alison Krauss, Live, Mötley Crüe, Sting, Debbie Harry, Tom Tom Club and others. She directed many of Madonna's early videos including "Borderline", "Like a Virgin", "Material Girl", "La Isla Bonita", and "Like a Prayer".In 1987 she released her debut feature, the stylish and controversial Siesta, starring Ellen Barkin and Jodie Foster. She is known to horror fans for directing the 1989 adaptation of Stephen King's novel Pet Sematary and its sequel, Pet Sematary II, as well as the 2011 Syfy horror film Mega Python vs. Gatoroid.Lambert is also a documentary filmmaker with directorial credits for 14 WOMEN and MISS SOUTH PACIFIC, among other important social justice films.
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