Krystal Heib and Jessi Burkett are two local actors & film makers. These ladies have a lot of passion and insight regarding the KC film scene, and we hope you'll enjoy listening to this episode as much as we enjoyed recording it!Read More
We feel so very grateful to have had the chance to sit down with Stephane Scupham for this week's episode. Stephane is the KC Film Commissioner at VisitKC. Not only is she in charge of assisting productions that film in the Kansas City area, but she also draws folks to the area through the promotion of KC as a destination for film, TV, commercials and more. In this week's episode, we talked about her career, the upcoming Maker Faire, and so much more. Huge "Thanks!" to Stephane for taking time out of her insanely busy schedule to sit down with us for this episode!
From New York to Hollywood, Ron Greenfield has an incredible background in the entertainment scene. From his career as a senior creative with CBS/FOX to his work with the legendary Aaron Spelling as Vice President of Marketing and Creative Services at Spelling Entertainment, he has concepted and worked on the marketing campaigns for many films such as Star Wars “The Empire Strikes back” & “Return of the Jedi,” “Freeway” “Rocky II” and many many more.
Not only that, but he also held the position of Chief Marketing Officer at Software Magic, where he worked with companies such as Electronic Arts, Dreamworks Interactive, and Lucas Arts on game development and online projects.
He has done some amazing work, and he continues to write about the industry through his website: Aspectsofentertainment.com. He writes articles, creates videos, and is kind enough to appear on blogs such as ours. His site really is a goldmine for anyone wanting to either break into the industry or immerse themselves in the creative world.
Along the lines of writing, Ron is also currently offering his ebook, "A Sneak Peek Behind the Curtain" free on his site, so be sure to check that out. It has great insight to different aspects of the industry through different professions.