For the third episode of Michael McCallum of Rebel Pictures' new program "The Magic Hour", he chose to catch up with several Michigan residents who earlier in February 2019, participated in the GRFF 26 Hour Film Challenge.
Be sure to check out the six segments of audio podcasts shared below, and if you're seeing this in time come out to Grand Rapids Friday night February 22nd.
Here's your digest run-down of the discussions, Please click on the SoundCloud PodCast shared below to HEAR this episode.
Don Cochran was born in Logansport, Indiana to the parents of George and Diana Cochran. He has two siblings, Scott and Shanda. Don grew up in a family with a strong passion for music. His father was an accomplished trumpet player at a young age thus passing on his passion and love for music to his children. In Don's teenage years he sang in Gospel quartets with his father. This passion for music led Don into venturing on stage performing in many musical theater productions. His first play was the musical Oliver at Lansing Everett High School where he played Bill Sikes. At Cornerstone University he studied musical performance and starred in Gilbert & Sullivan's Pirates of Penzance. After college he joined the Army and continued performing. In the Nashville, Tennessee area he co-starred in Children of a lessor god. He continued to study acting at Lansing Community College and The Actors Workshop in Royal Oak, Michigan.
Don is owner of Cochran Entertainment which provides DJ/KJ Services and performance shows. https://www.imdb.com/name/nm1023789/ Don Cochran - IMDb Don Cochran, Actor: Silver Platter. Don Cochran was born in Logansport, Indiana to the parents of George and Diana Cochran. He has two siblings, Scott and Shanda. Don grew up in a family with a strong passion for music. His father was an accomplished trumpet player at a young age thus passing on his passion and love for music to his children. www.imdb.com
Also from Team Mung Boih for the Grand Rapids Film Festival 36 Hour Challenge;
Randall Nolin is a Creative Services Producer for WLNS TV 6 the CBS affiliate in Lansing, MI. An alumni of Michigan State University.
I work primarily in the production of broadcast commercials, PSA’s, digital media, along with station promotions and special projects.
I was the Producer of the Mid-Michigan Jerry Lewis MDA Telethon, have worked on many sports broadcasts for Comcast Sports and have been involved in freelance flim and video productions. I have many years experience as a Producer, Director, Writer, Videographer, Cinematographer and Photographer.
Dan Kofoed is an independent filmmaker in Lansing's REO Town. He is a recovering academic, owner of Exposure Film Foundry, and Director of the Threadbare Mitten Film Festival, now in it's third year.