"Gospel Train" a delightful music video, produced and shot by Amelia Island filmmakers (2011) was selected to show at
Amelia Island Film Festival in February, 2012. Starring
Joey Daddario and Jeanie Scheff it was directed by amazing Amelia Island filmmaker, Dave D'Ardenne, with Jacksonville Director of Photography,
Don Flynn, and written and produced by Nadine Vaughan. Jeanie and Joey performed their title song, LIVE, following the film. It's
"I Grew up on Gospel".
WHO IS FILMAMELIA!
Inc., it is a non profit organization that offers classes with the following purpose:
"To educate, inform, and promote the many resources and talents available on and around Amelia Island,
as a way of attracting the international filmmaking community
and its investors to this location.
March 2, 2012 marked the completion of the first
series of classes for filmmakers, offered by FilmAmelia! Inc.
"Acting for the Camera" attracted some of the best and the brightest
attendees from the Island and beyond.
Drama teachers, stage play directors and
others who are already producing creative works, gathered their substantial talents to pull together
a silent film short called "Dancing on the Edge of Death".
Written and Directed by Nadine Vaughan, it was Co-produced by Rick
Traum, with editing by Dave D'Ardenne and Nadine Vaughan.
Videographer, Pete Fontaine was assisted by Ann Fontaine. Production Assistant was
Angie McCullers. Go to: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qw-dpAm6Ep4
See www.IMDB.com for more
on the backgrounds of the filmmakers.
We express out heart felt gratitude to the FBPD
for providing space and to Native Land Productions, LLC, for providing materials, including finding some
great vintage hats. FilmAmelia plans to enter "Dancing on the Edge..." in an upcoming
silent film contest, as well as other Film Festivals.
tuned for details on the next series of Acting for the Camera Classes. It promises to be fun and fresh!