Posts Tagged ‘Producer’

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

CC VARIETY TV interviews at the LA Premeire of “Knuckle Draggers”.

Saturday, August 15th, 2009

Knuckle Draggers had it’s L.A. Premiere to a sold out crowd with many stars attending. Some coverage was provided by CC Perkinson of CC Variety TV. Interviews and coverage of Sean Patrick Flanery, Paul J Alessi, Brian Perry, Jolane Lentz, Justin Baldoni, and Serah D’Laine…

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I recently dived into a fantastic film called Knuckle Draggers, a delightful romantic comedy

Saturday, August 15th, 2009

Clifford Kiyabu – aka TCW My Thoughts: What makes a man a man? Is it measured in his self confidence, his successes or his toughness and arrogance, or is a man’s true worth of being attractive to the opposite sex measured in his inner sensitivity? whatever the answer may be the one that most men look to is: what do women really want in a man? The answer isn’t as simple as men would hope, nor is it any easier the other way around for their female counterpart which is what really divide men and women into being opposites, men want apples and women want oranges simple as that, right? WRONG! nothing is ever that simple when swimming through these waters, but as the saying goes, ‘opposites attract!’ … READ MORE

Knuckle Draggers Review by Hey U Guys…

Saturday, August 8th, 2009

Setting up stall in the crowded rom-com market is a difficult task.

The problem facing writer/director Alex Ranarivelo is how to make your commentary on relationships speak to the audience; to make your voice heard above the myriad other groups of pretty, commitment phobic thirty-somethings trying to work their lives out.

Ranarivelo’s answer is simple: character. And this is how he, and the film, succeeds.

Knuckle Draggers is a 2009 film from Partners in Crime Films and it is an excellent way to spend an evening. Do not give in to your preconceptions of Indie Romance(TM) and let this charming film work its spell. It is surprising because it succeeds in building up the prejudices and stereotypes inherent in the genre before pulling the rug from under our feet. Don’t get me wrong – the … READ MORE

New Interview with Paul J. Alessi – By Duane L. Martin of Rogue Cinema

Saturday, August 1st, 2009

I don’t know how Paul J. Alessi does it.  Somehow, he manages to juggle acting, producing, playing sports and donating some time to charity events.  I recently had the pleasure of reviewing one of his films called Knuckle Draggers, and it was a given that after having seen such an amazingly well crafted film, that I’d jump at the chance to interview Paul about it as well as about some of the other great things he’s got going on in his career…. READ MORE