antique corvettes ridgeway legion the howling horns BBQ linda randall

antique corvettes ridgeway legion the howling horns BBQ linda randall

antique corvettes ridgeway legion the howling horns BBQ linda randall

antique corvettes ridgeway legion the howling horns BBQ linda randall

the idea girl says

we didn’t stay very long because we were having a BBQ party at our house that night, but we got a few shots of the event and a few song’s filmed which are on the idea girl says youtube channel

blogger linda randall idea girl canada the  howling horns ridgeway 6 jul 2014

blogger linda randall idea girl canada the howling horns ridgeway 6 jul 2014

blogger linda randall idea girl canada the howling horns ridgeway 6 jul 2014

bob glen harold the howling horns BBQ ridgeway linda randall

bob glen harold the howling horns BBQ ridgeway linda randall


bob glen harold the howling horns BBQ ridgeway linda randall

the howling horns band pic linda randall ridgeway

the howling horns band pic linda randall ridgeway


the howling horns band pic linda randall ridgeway

the howling horns fans 6 july 2014 linda randall ridgeway

the howling horns fans 6 july 2014 linda randall ridgeway


the howling horns fans 6 july 2014 linda randall ridgeway

the howling horns performing at Ridgeway Legion linda randall 6 july 2014

the howling horns performing at Ridgeway Legion linda randall 6 july 2014

the howling horns performing at Ridgeway Legion linda randall 6 july 2014

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Chatting with Bill Marshall Sari Ruda’s Intern with the Jean Jacket on about #NIFF 2015 and plans for Lake Erie’s Children’s Film Festival ideas

Chatting with Bill Marshall Sari Ruda’s Intern with the Jean Jacket on about #NIFF 2015 and plans for Lake Erie’s Children’s Film Festival ideas

the idea girl says

funny story

I’m talking to this girl in a jean jacket and I think she’s one of the TV interview crew that is following Bill Marshall around, taking pictures of him and interviewing him with various film producers, directors and screen writers at #NIFF 2014 Niagara Film Fest. So I’m yapping away about my future plans for a children’s film festival for the lake erie areas – fort erie, port coloborne, welland, ridgeway, crystal beach and stevensville – loads of families in the area that love KIDS films.

We don’t have a movie theatre here so we all travel to Welland, st catharines or niagara falls to see a film with our families. Grandpas, Grandma’s, Aunts, Uncles, Brothers, Sisters, Parents, Friends of the Family etc. You catch my drift.

populations along lake erie from fort erie to welland

fort erie 29,960

crystal beach 3,800

ridgeway 800

stevensville 600

port colborne 18,424

welland 50,631

Canadian Side by Peace Bridge (fort erie, buffalo)

total population in this area 104,215

Buffalo NY USA (Peace Bridge) 259,384

** port colborne canal days avg attendance 400,000**

So you can see there’s a big draw for music, and vendors, the tall ships and amusement rides in this area.

Add a children’s film festival and you’ll have people from the lake ontario area coming over this way as well.

the whole point is for the full NIAGARA region to benefit from film festivals on both the northern shores of lake ontario and the southern shores of lake erie which will entice many american’s to come over (their dollar is higher now in value)

 

the funny thing was that she was Bill and Sari’s main assistant so she said she would mention it to them for me. 🙂

Interviewing Tony Watts with Director Mike Enns Introducing Them Film Restrung Review

the idea girl says

director Mike Enns isn’t used to being introduced to another person by a perfect stranger, but that’s exactly what I did.

I wanted to see what Tony Watt’s impression was of the film, which I had heard such fabulous reviews from several attendees, staff and others at the cocktail party up in the royal lounge at white oaks resort and spa on sunday 22 june 2014 around 4 to 5 pm edt for the #NIFF 2014 Niagara Film Fest.

Mike didn’t know what I was up too, I did. I wanted to read their body language for my own writing experience. It was cute, both were mirroring each other’s actions, which is good for Mike, he’s learned to communicate not only in social graces, but in neurological signals to another person’s brain. Which is very important for a film director, writer and producer to learn to do. Kudo’s to mike for learning this trait, it will help him on his road to success in the film industry.

As for the introductions with Tony Watts, the man is a walking book of knowledge and I loved soaking up every word he says. he loves to share “personal stories” about things in the film industry, and he’s got so much to offer any new person in the industry, it’s too bad he hasn’t written a book or created a documentary on his life experiences it would be very interesting to see and very educational! *idea!!!!*

I was hoping to introduce Mike to Tony so he could get an idea of entering his film “restrung” in the Cannes and sundance film festivals. Something I mentioned to mike and he kind of didn’t think it was going to go there. I am hoping that he’ll be invited to those festivals so those international viewers can enjoy his masterpiece of work. Any story that shows the struggles of a human, overcoming obstacles and then winning the battle, will always be an inspiration to “millions” of people, which I believe Mike’s film will be in the future. (#Prediction)

As for film distributors, anyone in the industry will be inspired by his story in “restrung” and should send copies to any and all dvd rental outlets in toronto, montreal, windsor, ottawa, vancouver BC, and other countries to touch the lives of others in the same boat.

We had a lovely time, Tony met Joyce, Mike’s girlfriend and he was having a lively conversation with her too. I sat and listened to the three of them, and it was a joy to listen to the experiences being talked about in an industry I know very little about…