Wednesday, January 26, 2011
Monday, January 24, 2011
...says Barber from Sundance, where he approaches passersby wearing a Mad Hatter hat covered with video screens of his doc about paraplegics' wheelchair race, Unbeaten, "a remarkable documentary of courage and inspiration,"
Video of the Mad Hatter at Sundance:
Sundance on FOX 2011: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FwVnNSbjWTA
Sundance on KTLA 2011: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-qhP_T7o970
"Went up to Redford last night at his restaurant Zoom and pitched him for Until They Are Home
Steven "Carborundum" Barber is a heroic filmmaker who will go to any lengths for his socially conscious films that raise the profile of the disabled or trigger Congress to pass legislation to bring home men lost in WWII. His persistence and determination is what allows him to make films that change the world.
Keep an eye out for single release of "A Better Life". It's on the horizon, but the sun's in my eyes, so I can't tell just how close it is.
Thursday, January 20, 2011
2011: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-qhP_T7o970 KTLA
KTLA MORNING NEWS:
Steven C. Barber, the king of media promotion, is wearing mini screens on his top hat at Sundance to promote his film Unbeaten
which is up for an Oscar nomination. VideoNameTag (310) 806-5833 order yours today!! Wear your movie trailer or sizzle reel. Steven is ready for a studio deal... His movie will play on the big screen the week of January 21, 2011 at the Criterion in Santa Monica at 1313 Third Street Promenade.
I got to Redford last night. "Excuse me Mr. Redford..." When I told him there's 500 missing Marines on Tarawa, he said there's probably a lot more missing than that. Zoom. Also had two minutes with Michael Moore - filmed it. Gave him a full magazine of bullets from Tarawa. His childhood dog's name was Tarawa.
FOX 13 GOOD DAY UTAH