The Right To Live

The Right To Live
Two female filmmakers and songwriters, both from different walks of life who share one vision, of tackling the emotional subject of domestic violence and the many forms of abuse with their riveting film Indie Film The Right To Live. Michele Frantzeskos and Nancy Vasquez, address different types of abuse from physical to sexual abuse all the way through to verbal, mental, and emotional abuse. Read More

A Day In The Life Of An Independent Filmmaker

A Day In The Life Of An Independent Filmmaker
Born and raised in New Jersey, Joe is of Mediterranean descent. His repertoire as a writer, producer and actor is astonishing. As a producer he has aligned himself with other hard-working, like-minded producers and individuals in the industry. Recently making a highly valuable and educational contribution to the New York community by visiting the Lincoln Recovery Center with his co-producer Chris Victor of Victor Productions, where they spoke to people recovering from addiction after showing them their movie Around Every Corner, which deals with that subject. Read More

Laura Fay Lewis Actress Artist and Filmmaker

Laura Fay Lewis Actress Artist and Filmmaker
An award nominated actress, published poet and filmmaker, Laura Fay has directed and starred in music videos "Been There" and "What's The Rush, Superstar?" for her band The Blisstones, and was nominated for Best Actress and Best Short Film in The Picture Start Film Festival. In Films and TV, she has played an Appalachian woman, a serial killer, a high school principal counselling a bullied teen, a grifter, a Hassidic mother, and a homeless woman just to name a few. Read More

From Wall Street Stockbroker To Actor Producer

From Wall Street Stockbroker To Actor Producer
As an actor Chris Victor is best known for films like The Dark Knight Rises (2012), The Runner of Pamplona (2016), Snitches (2016), Back In The Day (2016) and the short film Say Something (2016).His first appearance as an actor was in the U.S. soap opera All My Children in 2000, at which time he was able to join the actors union AFTRA (American Federation of Television & Radio Artists). In 2004, he became a member of the Screen Actors Guild union aka SAG.(SAG and AFTRA are joined entities today known as SAG/AFTRA). Read More