With a half billion at the box office, Randal Kleiser remains a successful and enduring directing talent of feature films and television movies. His first feature Grease remains the top grossing feature directorial debut of all time as well as the top grossing musical of all time. Other features include The Blue Lagoon, White Fang, Flight of the Navigator, It’s My Party, North Shore, Lovewrecked and the critically acclaimed comedy Getting it Right.
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Tanna Frederick is a producer, director, actress, and activist. In her decade plus collaboration with indie film icon Henry Jaglom, she has starred in and helped produce six of his feature films, including the recently released, The “M” Word, the highly anticipated, Ovation, and three of his plays, including Train to Zakopane, which just completed a run at the Edgemar Theatre in Santa Monica.
Frederick — who got her start performing at the Steben’s Children’s Theatre and then the University of Iowa — is also a mainstay of the Los Angeles theatre community. She has starred in successful productions of A.R. Gurney’s Sylvia, Richard Nash’s The Rainmaker — which was a Los Angeles Times Critic’s Pick — and Claire Chafee’s Why Why Have a Body, which also marked Frederick’s directing debut.
She and Jaglom also collaborated on the stage adaptation of his film, Always… But Not Forever and the yearlong run of his original play Just 45 from Broadway, which was later adapted to the 2012 film of the same name.
An Iowan by birth and a Californian by choice, actress Frederick is passionate about both of her home states. She is also the cofounder of the Iowa Independent Film Festival and of Project Cornlight, an initiative aimed at bringing film productions to the Hawkeye State and through which she produced her upcoming film Garner, Iowa. Project Cornlight currently has two other films are currently in development.
Frederick has been hard at work producing the series, DEFROST in collaboration with Randal Kleiser, a revolutionary virtual reality experience using the Oculus Rift. She has a great skill for seeking out talented and dedicated individuals for her team.
In California, Frederick fell in love with surfing and in 2007, she founded Project Save Our Surf, which is dedicated to ocean conservation, the improved availability of freshwater to those in need and exposing a wide range of people to the joys of the ocean through surfing. Since 2012, Project Save Our Surf Camp has reached thousands of underserved children and teens in Southern California and Mexico, educating them on environmental issues and giving them hands-on instruction in yoga and surfing. She has been instrumental in coordinating fundraising events, camps, beach clean-ups, and carrying out the mission of Project Save Our Surf.For her work on an off stage, Frederick has received numerous awards, including Broadway World Best Actress Award for Rainmaker, Best Actress awards from the Wild Rose Film Festival, Worldfest Houston, the Fargo Film Festival and the Montana Independent Film Festival. She has been named “One to Watch” by MethodFest and received the CineCause Award, the University of Iowa’s Distinguished Alumni Award, Los Angeles Women’s Theatre Festival’s Maverick Award.
Steve Schklair, 3ality Technica's CEO, has been working at the forefront of new technologies for most of his career. Schklair is dedicated to advancing and developing S3D in the motion picture and the real-time broadcast of S3D programming especially live concerts and sports events.
Schklair's vision to attain the most perfect and easy to capture S3D images remains true to the technology's potential—changing how audiences experience movies, episodic television, and sports programming. With Schklair at the helm, 3ality Technica systems and technology have participated in films such as The Hobbit (all three installments), The Amazing Spider-Man, Prometheus, The Great Gatsby, and Transformers: Age of Extinction.
Recognized as an international S3D expert, Schklair and 3ality were recognized by the International 3D and Advanced Imaging Society with the prestigious Century Award, which is presented to those individuals and companies who have indelibly left their mark on 3D's first century.
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