Mon, 6 October 2014
Madeleine Stoppleworth (20) is a young aspiring filmmaker just beginning to break into the industry. Her directorial debut, “Worthless”, was a silent short film made for the 48 hour film project, the Madison chapter, and left her team with an award for “Best Use of Genre” and “Best Makeup/Wardrobe”. This was Key Media Entertainment (lead by Michael Keeney)'s first 48-hour competition and the team couldn't have been happier with the results. She is currently working on a documentary piece showcasing artisans in Wisconsin with Michael Keeney, and Katherine Gonzales Thompson co-directing and producing the piece. Madeleine is a recent graduate of Madison Media Institute from their Video and Motion Graphics program, and has just begun classes for their Independent Digital Film program this fall. She hopes to gain more insight on the film industry through this program, and make the jump to New York City after graduation in 2016. In 10 years, she sees herself getting to Hollywood and winning Academy Awards! Her favorite movie genre is horror, with an emphasis on psychological thriller movies (read: mind-screw movies). She has a soft spot for chick-flicks, animated movies, and anything with Nathan Fillion.
Host Rob Matsushita is a playwright, author, and filmmaker. You can learn more about his work at IverPictures.com.
Welcome to downtown Coolsville. Population: us. Recording at the Glass Nickel Pizzeria on the east side of Madison, Wisconsin, we talk about Brad Bird's animated masterpiece, "The Iron Giant." I AM NOT A GUN.
Intro music by TeknoAXE "You Can't Dodge A Laser" http://youtu.be/WTWUh2yulbM
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