Kristina and Joe in the Big Chair at Mader's - Milwaukee, WI -
Our first interview was in May 2012. I flew out to Indiana and we drove up to Chicago to meet Eberhard at the Ellis House. This was the house he was detained in 1943 with his brother, Julius, after they were arrested for "suspicion" in Cincinnati.
The house is currently privately owned. We were lucky the homeowner was so gracious and interested in this story. After the interview we drove through Chicago, Read More >>
You can read about it on the Access Hollywood Live website here:
On Wednesday, February 27th, I made a brief appearance on Access Hollywood Live.
The showed a 1 minute clip from the Children of Internment documentary during my interview with them regarding General Hospital's 50th Anniversary.
A special thanks to AHL's Segment Producer, Anthony Ramos for allowing us to convey this very important topic on their show.
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I wanted to let you know that we have been invited to show our movie trailer on January 26, 2013 @ 1:00 pm (eastern) at the The Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library
They are hosting their 2nd Anniversary Celebration and have invited us and four German-Americans, who were held in internment camps during World War II.
Both Kristina and Joe will be participating. Everyone is invited - there is no charge.
Join us in Indiana at:
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How To Do Professional Looking Interview Lighting On A Tiny Budget.
There are so many layers to this story, it has been a fascinating process hearing the different perspectives about internment from both victims and those who were involved with carrying it out. I think it's shaping up to be a very compelling, very heartfelt, 90 minute feature.
So - with that said, I wanted to talk about the mechanics of interview lighting.
Here are the restrictions we are dealing with...
The set up has to Read More >>