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Rose plays the main character of Audrey Parker, a police officer, in the Syfy TV series Haven, which was renewed for a fifth 26-episode split season on January 28, 2014. Rose's character is an FBI agent sent to Haven, a seemingly tranquil seaside hamlet in Maine, to apprehend an escaped convict, which turns out to be an investigation into a mysterious death. As the story proceeds, she finds herself entrenched in a decades-long town mystery and ends up quitting the FBI and joining the Haven municipal police department to assist in ridding the town of its "Troubles." The series was adapted from the Stephen King novella The Colorado Kid. In a rare departure for Syfy (whose production facility for nearly all of its scripted series and TV films is located in British Columbia, Canada), to maintain a sense of "place" (Maine) as much as possible but still film in cheaper Canada, the series is filmed in various locations along the south shore of Nova Scotia, and the main interiors (police station, Audrey's apartment) are shot on a soundstage in the Eleanor Pew Memorial Arena located in Chester, Nova Scotia.
In late 2012, Bryant starred in the Lifetime original movie Merry In-Laws. Bryant played Peter, a teacher who becomes engaged to an astronomer. When she meets his parents she learns that they are really Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus. The film co-stars former Cheers stars George Wendt and Shelley Long as Mr. and Mrs. Claus. The film is directed by Leslie Hope who previously directed Bryant in A Very Merry Daughter of the Bride. In 2013, he guest-starred in shows CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Cracked and Beauty & the Beast.
Christopher R. Mihm is the writer, director, and producer of the films of the "Mihmiverse," a series of award-winning, loosely interlinked feature-length films which pay homage to 1950s-era "drive-in cinema."
Mr. Mihm's filmmaking career began in 2006 with the release of his first retro-styled film, "The Monster of Phantom Lake." Made on a nearly non-existent budget, the film went on to garner much critical acclaim, appear in numerous film festivals, win multiple awards and, to this day, continues to screen across the world.
Since his first film, Mr. Mihm has released one new as-authentic-as-possible 1950s-style feature a year, many of which have received numerous accolades, nominations, and awards. "Attack of the Moon Zombies" raked in the most 2011 Dead Letter Awards at mailorderzombie.com. "House of Ghosts" beat out several big budget films to win the coveted Rondo Hatton Classic Horror Award for Best Independent Feature in 2012. Mr. Mihm's ode to the "big bug" films of the 1950s, "The Giant Spider," won the Forrest J. Ackerman Film Award at the Famous Monsters of Filmland Film Festival and the Best Action/Horror Feature award at the Highway 61 Film Festival.
James Luceno (born 1947) is a New York Times bestselling author. He has written several Star Wars novels and a dictionary about Star Wars. He has written other novels as well and he wrote the film adaptations for a few movies. He authored the new Web Warrior series. He has also written for television cartoon series.
Luceno's 2014 novel Star Wars: Tarkin was one of the first four novels published in the franchise after Lucasfilm redefined Star Wars continuity in April 2014. His novel Catalyst: A Rogue One Story was published in November 2016.
Wonderwerp at Studio Loos, De Constant Rebequeplein 20B, Den Haag, NetherlandsAn evening of field recordings, drones and experimental film with Justin Bennett, Budhaditya Chattopadhyay, Aurélie Lierman and Phill Niblock 2b1af7f3a8