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Julie & Julia August 7th

Wednesday, August 5th, 2009

August 5.

Will not miss this one it looks great this is one movie my wife and kids do not have to drag me to see, looking forward to it

Chef Dan

Watkins School of Desgin

Wednesday, August 5th, 2009

August 5.2009

Thank you Michael Cain, Benita and Mariel  for shooting our first cooking video you guys did a great job and we really appreciate all your hard work, you all were very professional, as well as easy to work with. We are looking forward  to do more project with you. Thank you again your the best.

Chef Dan

Michael Cain was born and raised in Nashville, TN. He is a graduate of Middle Tennessee State University where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Mass Communications in 2005. Having an interesting in filmmaking at a young age, Michael then attended Watkins Film School where he recently received a certificate in film in 2009. His first student film Girls Ball was accepted into The East Lansing Children’s Film Festival. In addition to his studies, Michael has worked as a grip and production assistant for the TV series Gone Country and as a freelance videographer in and around Nashville.

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Bio Mariel Hamn

:I graduate from Watkins School of Art, Design & Film December 2009 with a degree in Editing.  I am very comfortable with Final Cut Pro and DVD Studio Pro.  I am currently working on becoming more affluent in Avid Media Composer.  I have also shot one film, “Bajo Siete Llaves” (Under Lock & Key) on 16mm film on an Arriflex.  It was some of the hardest and most rewarding work I’ve ever done.  The film has been accepted into the Sann Antonio Film Festival for this year.  Aside from my studies, I enjoy cooking, hiking, canoeing, and crocheting.  I have a cat named Nacho and a small herb garden.  I was raised in Cunningham Tennessee on a blueberry and Christmas tree farm.  I am in film school because I enjoy challenging work and always learn something new during a project.

Mariel Hamm

Avid & Final Cut Editor

Benita S. Nichols is a gifted writer, producer, marketing guru and educator with over ten years of entertainment and promotions experience. Until 2005, she served behind the scene promoting gospel artists such as Yolanda Adams and Ben Tankard, only to come full circle to her creative roles in film/tv. Her credits include co-writer and actress in the mini-movie “Caught Up”, which was screened at the International Black Film Festival of Nashville (IBFFNashville), and “For the Love of Money”, an entry into the 48 Hour project sponsored by the Nashville Film Festival (NFF). In 2006, she enrolled in Watkins Film School to certify in writing and director.

Since enrolling in Watkins Film School, she has served as the assistant to now deceased executive producer, Phil Melpi in the movie, The Cursed, directed by Joel Bender and screened at the Cannes Festival in ‘08. She has produced, written and/or directed movies: The Secret Closet by Nicole Whalen screened at the IBFFNashville; Further Down the Road, directed by Dustin Masters.

Food Network Master Chef

Wednesday, August 5th, 2009

August 5.2009

That is a great show to watch they have come up with strong reicpes I even made notes with some of their ideas.

Great show looking forward to finding out the winner.

Chef Dan,


Our Green Book

Wednesday, July 29th, 2009

July 29th
Hi another twitter follower, I made a typo I worked as Ex. Chef for the Hearst Corp in NY sorry for the type O….Check out this site on twitter great info