Local diverse film artists announce their first national TV show appearance

Local Tampa diverse film makers hit the “big time” with national television show appearance on the NBC’s Daytime Show.
(PR NewsChannel) / May 25, 2016 / TAMPA, FL. 

DiverseFilmArtistsToday at the Daytime Show taping, Local Diverse Film Artists announced their debut national television appearance.  Two films; a student action packed martial art film, and a Sci-Fi drama by Alex E. Miller actor, Bryan Williams Director/Producer, and Dom Smith Director/ Producer, respectively.

Recently at the Prestigious 11th Annual Sunscreen Film Festival in St. Petersburg, Florida many film goers displayed appreciation for Bryan William’s Vindictive short action film at its premiere. “These guys deserve the media attention not only because of their quality of visual story telling but if you hear Bryan’s story of trying to get this film completed in itself, it can be a feature film story,” said Joseph A. Camerieri who was sitting in the movie screening being a witness to the crowd’s positive response.

This film was a student project of the Art Institute of Tampa. During the year of 2015 filming Bryan ran into many issues. The film initially was mapped out with a $20,000 budget but he made it happen with $2000 and a host of friends lending helping hands to do things like make sandwiches to provide for the crew and actors on set. Bryan says “Being accepted at Sunscreen Film Festival was huge blessing for me I was just looking for some blessings.” I went through an emotional ride that’s for sure”. Vindictive is a thirteen-minute film, filmed in Tampa, FL and the film is carried by the co-lead actor Alex E. Miller whose performance is amazing.

The film became a catalyst for both guys getting through their recent lives. At the Sunscreen Festival’s Actor’s Workshop he caught the attention of Gary Busey, 71 , the Academy Award nominated actor for The Buddy Holly Story, he told Alex he “Had a smile that could wake the dead”. Now Alex also received praise from Hollywood production manager Phillip A Ramos from Sex and The City who posted on social media that Alex’s promotional tactics at the festival was “The new way to promote yourself as an actor”, this particular tactic is where Alex placed his business cards in the men’s restrooms at the film festival in order to get noticed. It must have worked because this caught the attention of a local connection who wants to remain anonymous but has decided to help because they were moved to do so based on Bryan and Alex’s talent, humility and student mentality.

Alex auditioned for Bryan Williams to be casted in Vindictive at 4D Studios in Tampa Fl, and at that same studio he took acting classes taught by Dom Smith. As for Dom Smith he is also a well talented director/producer and his award winning short film RESET will be screening at the prestigious Long Island Film Festival.

We will keep an eye these talented guys as they are planning a feature film, Dom has already completed his first feature film, Waves, with almost the cost of a new car and is now currently in post-production. Stay tuned.

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Joseph A. Camerieri


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