Posts Tagged ‘Film’

Paul J. Alessi – Acting Reel (Updated on 03.20.10)

Saturday, March 20th, 2010

Paul J. Alessi – Acting Reel (Updated on 03.20.10) Scenes from Knuckle Draggers, A Line In The Sand, The Confession, Morphin(e) and Ten ’til Noon…. Reel by Shotgun Digital
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Paul J. Alessi Interview: Knuckle Draggers Producer

Friday, November 6th, 2009

Fresh off his “Best Actor” award at the Reel HeART International Film Festival in Toronto this past Saturday night (June 27th), Knuckle Draggers Producer/Actor Paul J. Alessi was gracious enough to take the time to answer a few questions for our readers in this exclusive interview Q&A. Alessi plays the co-lead role as Kyle, an abrasive divorced man who offers his “expert” advice on relationships to his struggling brother Ethan (Ross McCall)… READ MORE

Amore Magazine podcast #44- Actor Paul J. Alessi of the Independent Film, ‘Knuckle Draggers’

Monday, September 28th, 2009

Paul J. Alessi has been in many Hollywood productions but when speaking to him instantly you know he is most proud of his current film, Knuckle Draggers in which Alessi plays the lead, “Kyle” who instructs his brother Ethan the ins and outs of dating and what women really want from a male perspective. The tag line for the movie explains it all “Some Things Never Change,” and Knuckle Draggers provokes questions about … READ MORE and LISTEN TO THE PODCAST INTERVIEW

Producer Paul J. Alessi on LA Talk Radio’s Film Courage

Thursday, September 3rd, 2009

Filmmaker Doug Pray and Producer Paul J. Alessi on LA Talk Radio’s Film Courage

In the second half of the Film Courage radio broadcast, Knuckle Draggers Producer Paul J. Alessi revisits the studio to shed some light on ‘Deliverables,’ what they are, how much money filmmakers should set aside before making their film, and whether filmmakers should expect distributors to cover the tab… LISTEN TO BROADCAST

Knuckle Draggers is a refreshing take on the battle of the sexes

Saturday, August 29th, 2009

“How do you talk to women?” I would ask my friend. “With words,” he’d reply. I thought he was being an ass, but as it turns out, he was right. And that’s the funny thing about interpersonal relationships with the opposite sex. It’s the way we use words that may spell disaster for a relationship. In Knuckle Draggers, the dramedy from Alex Ranarivelo, we learn that ye olde story of love, life, sex and… READ MORE on… Reel Loop and Examiner