Paul Preston hits the red carpet to chat it up with attendees at Outfest’s Opening Night Gala at the Orpheum Theatre in Los Angeles.
Paul Preston’s ongoing effort to watch a movie a day for the rest of his life. Today’s movie – “Cut to the Chase”.
The Movie Guys head to Torrance, CA for a Tugg screening of The Two Dollar Bill Documentary with pre-screening interviews, crowd giveaways & a Q&A featuring cast, crew…and Thomas Jefferson.
The Movie Guys crash the Los Angeles-area premiere of “Life Inside Out” at the Laemmle Playhouse Theaters in Pasadena, CA, with lobby interviews, giveaways and a cast & crew Q&A.
More filmmaker interviews from Phoenix Film Festival, including horror film legend Dee Wallace and Oscar-nominated screenwriter Steven Knight.
Filmmaker interviews (including directors, actors, composers, producers and more) live from The Party Pavilion at The 2014 Phoenix Film Festival.
Party Pavilion panels, challenging trivia contests, filmmaker Q&As, live entertainment, dogs and cats living together. Mass hysteria!
Horror shorts, Dee Wallace, Party Pavilion, Pitcher’s mound, live music, karaoke, guerrila marketing. We didn’t start the fire.
It’s Day Two of The Phoenix Film Festival.
It’s on. Things have begun at The Phoenix Film Festival, including the opening night screening of “Locke” starring Tom Hardy, plus awards and get-to-know-yas all ’round.
Richard Linklater’s “Boyhood” is the closing night film at The Phoenix Film Festival. The film follows the story of a young boy as he grows into an 18-yr. old. Two can play at that game.
Movie Guy Paul Preston explains how you can get involved in Phoenix Film Festival social media as the fest approaches…while Karen demonstrates.
Movie Guys Paul Preston and Justin Bowler explain how you can be cooler than the next filmgoer.
Movie Guys Paul Preston and Lee Kias fill everyone in on what’s doing opening night at The Phoenix Film Festival, including a screening of the new Tom Hardy film, “Locke”.
Movie Guy Paul Preston talks about the awards filmmakers will be vying for at the Phoenix Film Festival and shares his history of winning a couple of Copper Wings himself.
What is The Movie Guys announce the films that will be screening in competition at this year’s Phoenix Film Festival?
Movie Guys Paul & Karen announce their involvement in this year’s Phoenix Film Festival, introducing the 2014 poster art and talking about upcoming pre-fest screenings.
The Movie Guys head up a Tugg screening of the film “Favor” at the NoHo7 Theaters in North Hollywood, CA with pre-screening interviews, crowd giveaways and a Q&A featuring cast and crew.
In this clip from The Movie Guys LIVE!, June 2012, David and Paul discuss whether Princess Merida of “Brave” is Irish or the other thing (Scottish), and they get the whole cast involved.
Inspired by the June 2012 release “Brave”
In this clip from The Movie Guys LIVE!, May 2012, Karen expresses her love for Bill Murray, which eventually, as most love expressions do, leads to a song.
Inspired by the May 2012 release “Moonrise Kingdom”
In this clip from The Movie Guys LIVE!, April 2012, Movie Guy Lee Kias “comes out” in front of the whole audience as a M.I.L.T.
Inspired by the April 2012 re-release “Titanic 3D”
In this clip from The Movie Guys LIVE!, March 2012, The Movie Guys look at how the movie “21 Jump Street” must’ve gotten greenlit. Inspired by the March 2012 movie “21 Jump Street”
In this clip from The Movie Guys LIVE!, March 2012, Movie Guys Paul & Karen preview the movie “Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax” while trying not to break rhyme.
Inspired by the March 2012 movie “Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax”
In this clip from The Movie Guys LIVE!, November 2011, Vampire prognosticator Nosferatudamus tells The Movie Guys what’s up next in the world of vampire movies.
Inspired by the November, 2011 movie “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 1”
In this clip from The Movie Guys LIVE!, November 2011, The Movie Guys sell their Hollywood-inspired adaptations of classic stories in a PSA.
Inspired by the October 2011 movie “Puss in Boots”.
In this clip from The Movie Guys LIVE!, October 2011, The Movie Guys try to explain the current recession through a “Schoolhouse Rock” song.
Inspired by the October 2011 movie “Margin Call”
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