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2014 Action Film Challenge Judges
JudgeGreg LeSar is a practicing filmmaker and educator. He has a BLA in Philosophy and an MFA in Film and Digital Media. Greg currently pursues a doctoral degree in Adult Education with a focus on digital learning. Greg produces work that exhibits worldwide with much acclaim in the mediums of digital film, sculpture, and experimental media arts. His new film is called MR. BLUE SKY. His new photography project, “Haunted Moments” centers on Freudian psychosexual violence and the macabre. He teaches Digital Video Production at The Art Institute of Tampa and The University of Tampa. His favorite action movie is Tango & Cash.
Jack Amos is a veteran actor with over 30 years walking the boards, in front of the lights and in front of live audiences. Originally, from Spartanburg, SC, he has spent 36 years in the Florida Market. In addition to acting and voice overs, he is a certified pyrotechnician, stunt player, stunt driver and special effects artist. Jack continues to be active in the business taking whatever work may come his way.
Chanse Tham Chanthalansy
JudgeChanse Chanthalansy, a graduate of the renowned Full Sail Real World Education started his career as a web designer. His unique ways of execution landed him a job as the head of Interactive Media without any knowledge of code. Chanse’s unique approach is his simple minded execution with detailed plannings, and his extensive knowledge of technology is what made him the “go to” for Post Production. Chanse believes his job is a game of chess, stay 5 steps ahead, always have a plan B, and sacrifice is just a way to redeem your position. After 13 YRS of experiencing multiple types of creative execution, Chanse is now the Executive and head of PP+K’s Broadcast Production.
AFC Film Ratings
We have taken the stance that our films should be enjoyed by all. So, our films will generally hold to the MPAA PG rating, with the obvious exception of intense action and general violence. Parents should be strongly cautioned that these films contain graphic gun play, fight scenes, chase scenes, torture, military and paramilitary fighting scenes, intense verbal exchanges, and more. We don’t recommend bringing preteen children. We also advise you to evaluate, if your young teenager is ready for this kind of intense violence.