PRLog - Jan. 25, 2014 - WOODLAND HILLS, Calif. -- Here's a small sampling of the content in this issue available at http://www.reapmediazine.com
The patient and talented screenwriters of Dallas Buyer's Club offer advice on their 20 year journey to get their film made.
REAP has a great interview with Academy Award Winning Filmmaker, Chuck Workman, where he talks about his new documentary, What Is Cinema.
There is a retrospective of Elliott Gould's impressive 50 year career and the latest work he has done in the inspiring film, The Encore of Tony Duran. Director of the film, Fred Sayeg, also has a long-form interview that will make you believe in your dreams.
The importance of using Transmedia in vivid and exciting storytelling is examined by super innovative novelist, Mira Zimet.
America's great original jazz artist, Carmen Lundy, opens up a treasure trove of knowledge about daring to be different and succeeding in the jazz world on a global scale.
Celebrity Chef, Jack Lee, discusses his passion for creating food that trancends into an art form.
On the humor and candid front - NYC's preeminent indie casting director, Brette Goldstein, created a list of what it takes for a filmmaker to establish a long-term relationship with a casting director. She suggests they tape her list to their fridge.
Hollywood's obsession with skinny stars is put in the spotlight with Sa'iyda Shabazz's timely essay, which ponders the fact that Marilyn Monroe would be considered fat by today's standards for ideal female body types.
Beyond REAP'S original and thought provoking articles and interviews - REAP stands out as a game changer in the publishing industry! It helps emerging artists and seasoned pros alike to achieve their career goals. REAP offers artists a chance to be seen and and heard on a variety of levels through its many different supportive platforms. http://www.reapmediazine.com
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