February 13th marked the two-year anniversary of my very first post to the Misophonia Community, I asked if they would find value in a documentary about the condition (the rest is history) …so it’s apropos that I release the new… Continue Reading
The film received an award of excellence from a global competition, the announcement is below: Congratulations! On behalf of our entire staff and panel of judges, I am pleased to inform you that you have won an Accolade Global Film… Continue Reading
When I launched the IndieGoGo campaign on June 23, 2015, I wasn’t sure how it was going to go; would people support the film? would the campaign reach its goal? 16 months later as I write this, I can proudly… Continue Reading
When opportunity knocked, I opened the door… a contributor of the film wrote me asking when the IndieGoGo perks would be available and we started emailing back and forth and it turns out that this guy works on Sixx Sense;… Continue Reading
Although there wasn’t as much fanfare as the screening in NYC, the Asbury Park screening was just as memorable. This event was more about showing the locals: friends, family, clients, what I’ve been working on for the past 18 months.… Continue Reading
A year in the making, a life-changing experience. I’m proud to present the film’s official trailer: Quiet Please…. Misophonia Documentary Trailer from Action Media Productions on Vimeo.
The weeks are flying by and so is our shooting schedule; we’ve filmed 12 interviews/segments, in 7 states…in the past 4 weeks. The shoots consisted of musicians, farmers, educators, medical professionals, stay-at-home Mom’s, hair stylists, as well as people from… Continue Reading
We had always planned to go back to the New England area to capture more “day in the life” footage, as well as a few more interviews. As usual, our days were packed as we started in Rhode Island, then… Continue Reading