Perri Pierre Podcast

Perri Pierre Podcast

This podcast tackles filmmaking, cinema, and television. Our distinctive guests are people who have worked in the industry. Our host Perri Pierre is a filmmaker/Actor who has a Master of Fine Arts in Cinematic Media Production from Pepperdine University.... Show More

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September 7, 2020 45 min

South African Actress Fulu Mugovhani talks with Perri Pierre about her career. She goes into detail about how she got started in the entertainment industry, how she was cast in her main projects, and what some of her aspirations are. 

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In a conversation with Perri Pierre, Romany Malco goes into detail about his roots and upbringing, his hip-hop influences, directors that he admires, why he decided to make the movie Tijuana Jackson: POP on his own when Hollywood wasn't green-lighting it, and his journey from a rapper to actor and now a filmmaker.

Romany Romanic Malco Jr. is an American actor, voice actor, and music producer. He has been nominated for several...

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In a conversation with Perri Pierre, Richard Lawson goes into detail about growing up in California, going to the Vietnam war, what made him decided to pursue acting, films that have impacted his career, different films that he's worked on, and his endeavors Richard Lawson Studios and WACO Theater Center (With Tina Lawson).

Richard Lee Lawson is an American actor who has starred in movies and on television. He is perhaps best k...

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In a conversation with Perri Pierre, Jonathan Latona talks about his film Doug, his drive to get it done, and when his passion for filmmaking started. Jonathan has also worked on other projects including two of Perri's own productions Hawk (2017) and King of The Blue Ridge (2019).  

Doug is available on Amazon:
https://www.amazon.com/DOUG-Doug-Burch/dp/B08DNXQLTX

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Perri Pierre talks with Bill Duke about his 40+ year career. They converse about both Bill's experience in front and behind the camera. 
They go into detail about some of the moves and people that have helped further Bill's career. He also told stories about working on "Predator" and how he accidentally got his first job as a director. 

Click This Link to Buy Hi Book, "Bill Duke: My 40-Year Career on Screen ...

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Perri Pierre talks with Tosin Morohunfola about his career path. Tosin Morohunfola is an actor and filmmaker. He went to the University of Kansas. While still in Kansas City, he started doing plays and from there, he moved to Chicago, then to Los Angeles.

He's appeared on numerous films and TV shows. He also does theater. Take a listen to learn about his career path. This Interview is both inspiring and insightful especially fo...

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Perri Pierre talks with Fabienne Colas about her career. Fabienne Colas is a Haitian-Canadian actress, director, and producer. She is head of the Fabienne Colas Foundation, which is dedicated to the promotion of film, art, and culture as it organizes many festivals. Fabienne is also a recipient for the 2018 Canada's 40 under 40 award.

Fabienne grew up in Petion-Ville, Haiti. She went to College Marie Anne. There, she started to...

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Perri Pierre talks with Romane Simon about his career. They go into detail about how he got inspired to become a filmmaker in Haiti after watching a karate film. He mentions his favorite camera and editing software to use. He also tackles some films he's currently working on and some dream projects that he would like to accomplish. 

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Perri Pierre talks to Peter Ellinas about media representation of gang members in the media, especially black and latino gangs.

They tackle the relationship between the media representations of the American gang and how that then leads to the creation of subcultures.

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Perri Pierre talks with Vanessa Bell Calloway about her career, the current political state of the US, and her family. During the interview, Vanessa tells an amazing story about shooting "Crimson Tide" with her daughter, Denzel Washington, and Tony Scott. She also gives some great advice to aspiring actors.

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Perri Pierre talks to Michael Clark about his career. They go in details about how he's gotten cast in different commercials and how to do your best at commercial auditions.

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Perri Pierre converses to actress Javicia Leslie about her career. They talk about her journey from being born in Germany to being cast in numerous films and TV shows. She goes into detail about getting cast in "Always A Bridesmaid," a movie written by Yvette Nicole Brown. She also gives some advice to young people that are aspiring to become actors/actresses.

Other than acting, Javicia enjoys fitness and cooking. Her favor...

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Perri Pierre interviews Denise Boutte about her career as an actress. They talk about everything from how she got started in acting doing commercials, to auditioning for Tyler Perry, to Starring in Soap Operas and TV shows, to writing a cookbook, and eventually becoming a household name.

 

Denise Boutte is an american actress from Louisiana who has starred in numerous film including "Why Did I Get Married?", "Death Vall...

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Perri Pierre introduces himself and his goal with this podcast. He then introduces Peter Ellinas, a friend, and former classmate at Pepperdine University. They talk about the 80s with a focus on Reaganite cinema. What is Reaganite Cinema? What are the characteristics of a Reaganite film? There are some of the questions that are answered in this episode. They also list the highest grossing films of the 80s plus the ones that won an ...

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