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The Cinematic Equation: Profitable Filmmaking for the Hollywood Independent Paperback – October 20, 2017
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Garth Brooks: The Anthology Part 1 | Limited Edition
A great gift for country music fans, The Anthology Part 1 includes CDs containing the music of Garth's first five years, and behind-the-scenes photographs and stories never before made public. Learn more
About the Author
Jared Masters, born August 7, 1986, is an American independent motion picture producer, screenwriter, composer, and award-winning director. Since 2010 he has fathered several feature films, including 8 Reels of Sewage (2012), Climb It, Tarzan! (2011), Slink (2013) and After School Massacre (2014). Masters was born in Atlanta, GA, but his father's stint in the Army (and, later, his law practice) kept the family of six moving to various cities across the globe (including Kansas City, Virginia Beach, and Portsmouth, in the US, as well as Germany). Masters attended public and private schools in Richmond, VA. His interest in filmmaking began at age 14, when he directed and edited skateboarding videos and sold them to schoolmates. At 15, he taught himself classical piano, and later composed music for some of his films. Masters joined the Screen Actors Guild in 2007 and moved to New York City, where he landed minor acting roles in Union films and television. While living in New York he directed The Umbrella and the documentary Meet the Freaks at Dreamland. In 2010, Masters moved to Venice Beach, California, and made his first full-length feature film: Climb It, Tarzan! (2011), one of the few films to feature an all-female cast. Masters was nominated for two EOTM Awards for his feature film Slink: Best Director in a Horror Film and Best Scream Film. The EOTM Awards show was held at the Pacific Design Center in West Hollywood, California, on August 4, 2013. Masters won the 2013 EOTM Award for Best Horror Film for Slink. His film Teachers' Day was an Official Selection of the 2014 Shockfest and Mockfest Film Festivals, and was nominated for the Zelig Award, the highest honor from Mockfest. Punkettes won Festival Favorite at Galactic Film Festival 2014. Some of Masters' filmmaking trademarks include: retro themes, female empowerment, fetishism, burlesque as an art form, exploitation, voyeurism, society's underbelly, carnival and circus themes, as well as cinematic homages to 80's slasher films and B movies of the 1960s.
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