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Entertainment Scoop! ~ Chatting with Executive Producer & Filmmaker, Del Baron

You all remember Irene Santiago, right? The lovely and interesting actress/producer that stopped by on TBAP some time ago? Yeah, that one! Well, today her fellow colleague in film-making (and husband) is visiting us today! How great! Without further ado, I present to you, Del Baron, one of the executive producers of the faith-based movie, Adrenaline! Join us below!   Miranda ~ Hello Del! Glad to have you visit TBAP today. Could tell us a bit about yourself? Del: I am married with 2 kids and currently living in Wilmington, NC. While I grew up out west, I find that the beaches in the east fit this time in my life very well. I love to work in film all week long, and then cater on the weekends to pay the bills. Finally, I attend Scotts Hill Baptist Church in Wilmington, NC. Miranda ~ When did you first discover God and come to Him personally? Del: I was raised in a very loving Christian home, and will say I found God at a very young age. I was baptized at …

Interview & Guestpost! ~ Filmmaker, Nadine Lee

Folks, not long ago, I discovered Nadine on twitter. She’s in the process of preparing for a project subsequent to the movie Wheeler. We chatted a little, and I really got interested in her project, as I’ve never seen or heard of the topic of ghosts handled in a Christian movie before. So I invited her over to talk about it a bit. Maybe it will pique your interest as it did mine? After her post, you can find our chat. Here’s Nadine!   Summary for Wheeler Do you believe in ghosts? Find out in this gripping supernatural suspense thriller who or what is responsible for killing patients in an old veteran hospital. Synopsis (Short version) Wheeler is a supernatural suspense thriller set in a VA hospital in the fictional town of Las Verdes in San Diego, California. Steven Crane, a lonely Iraq war veteran admitted for an infection of an old wound finds himself almost murdered in his hospital bed. He finds out the attempt on his life is not unusual for this hospital, …

Interview ~ Christian Filmmaker, Sharon Wilharm of Faith Flix

It is my pleasure to introduce to you Sharon Wilharm, a Christian film producer/director. I first discovered Sharon when I followed a tweet that led to her website (and didn’t regret it!), and saw the wonderful work she was doing there. I later thought it would be nice to interview on To Be A Person. Please, join us below. Me: Hello Sharon! Thank you for visiting To Be A Person today. Could you please tell us a little bit about yourself. Sharon: I’m a former school teacher and freelance writer who married a communications major. We live in a 120-year-old house in a small Southern town and our only daughter got married last weekend. Me: Congrats on your daughter getting married! Much blessings to them! And, a 120-year old house? Cool! So, what made you go into Christian film as opposed to secular? Sharon: I take the parables of the talents very seriously. God blesses us with gifts and abilities and, it’s our responsibility to take those gifts and invest them in projects that will …