Tag: Los Angeles

Marion Kerr is BACK!

May 25, 20140 Comments

After a year and a half, Marion Kerr’s career has taken off. She is still acting, writing, directing and filmmaking–honing her craft and gaining momentum. We tweeted her to see what she was up to and she tweeted back agreeing to come back to the trailer and give us an update. She hasn’t slowed down one bit with commercials, films and TV spots filling her schedule. Check out her new web series “Misdirected” at http://misdirectedshow.com  or on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/user/MisdirectedShow and follow Marion @MarionRKerr in the twitter sphere.

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Humble Beginnings: The Full Monte

April 19, 20140 Comments

We look back, look forward and look cross-eyed at ourselves. This is the story of The Trailer Talks from the very beginning to our plans for the future. We take requests! So, if you have anyone or anything you would like to see on our show, let us know and we’ll do our best to make it happen.

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Raegan Payne is Back!

December 27, 20130 Comments

Storyteller Raegan Payne returns to The Trailer to update us on her creative life: writing copy for companies, children’s novels, plays and writing up her volunteer efforts on thegoodmuse.com.  She is one of our contemporary heroines, volunteering for 100 causes and blogging about it to show others how easy it is to help others. Raegan takes the arts to another level with goals that are admirable. We have no doubt that she will attain them.She’s a multi-talented and redheaded powerhouse who we absolutely adore and we can’t wait to see what she does next!

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Rebroadcast: Who is your biggest advocate?

November 15, 20130 Comments

If this sounds familiar, it should, because this is a rebroadcast of our June 2013 episode of The Question #3.  Enjoy!

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Educator Cesar Cruz

November 1, 20130 Comments

Cesar Cruz is the first Mexican immigrant male to attend Harvard University’s Graduate School of Education in the Doctoral Program for Educational Leadership. In addition to being a teacher for 19 years, this husband, father, and activist co-founded Oakland, CA’s Homies Empowerment Program to stop gang violence. Cesar’s dream is to utilize his time at Harvard University to find funding and support to one day launch an after-school center for Oakland youth in areas of high gang violence.

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Outtakes!

August 31, 20130 Comments

Sometimes we get to reminiscing and go through all of the old footage. This time we realized that we deleted the last outtakes reel, so we decided to make another one. Here it is, kids. Be warned: this episode contains adult language.

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John Elerick, the Gentleman

August 23, 20130 Comments

Filmmaker John Elerick talks about his Buckeye roots, his start in LA and his YouTube success: The Genlemen’s Rant.  His YouTube channel started with banned Apple product promotions and has a dedicated following.  This content is explicit, so consider yourself warned.

 

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Brian Hepp’s Salt Company

August 3, 20130 Comments

Brian Hepp started in medical sales, but he always knew he would be his own boss. Here he tells the story of his transition, his beginnings and why he chose to sell salt. (Also, get some of his truffle salt from his website, heppssalt.com or Sur la Table. It’s so amazing on eggs, you’ll think you’re in heaven.)

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Geoff Talbot in Seven Sentences

July 26, 20130 Comments

Geoff Talbot writes Seven Sentences and consults companies on their digital media strategies. His life has taken him from New Zealand to the UK to Los Angles and has landed him in Portland, Oregon. Check out what he has to say about his journey from veterinary surgeon to filmmaker to digital media consultant.

http://sevensentences.com/

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From Poker to Flowers…David Daneshgar

June 7, 20130 Comments

David Daneshgar  of BloomNation.com met us in one of his florists’ locations: My Beverly Hills Florist. The smell and beauty there was amazing and the explanation of how someone goes from World Poker Champ to Floral Entrepreneur was equally as stunning. Here’s David’s story…

 

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Artist Gus Brethome-Avila

May 31, 20130 Comments

We caught up with Gus Brethome-Avila by chance while we were shooting in an art gallery in San Pedro, California. He is an artist and urban planner, works as a tennis pro and speaks four languages. He wowed us. Have a look…

See his portfolio by clicking here.

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