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The Film and TV Connection was developed by:

PhD, Director,CHANGEMAKERS PRODUCTIONS

Gini Graham Scott is a screenplay writer, indy producer, and TV game/reality show developer, plus a book writer who has published over 50 books.  She is the founder and director of CHANGEMAKERS PRODUCTIONS, a company which produces low-budget indy films and shorts, including book and film trailers, documentaries, and commercials.  She has one screenplay UNBALANCED, now in post-production expected to be released in 2010.  She co-produced and wrote the script for a TV game/show pilot MEETING MADNESS, also in post production, and she produced, directed,  wrote and cast a 2-minute trailer for her script THE NEW CHILD.  

She recently launched a weekly radio show: CHANGEMAKERS RADIO, which is syndicated through HealthyLife.Net Radio, which broadcasts to 27 affiliates to about 400,000 listeners for each program.

She is an organizer for several film industry groups, including the Film and TV Connection and Bay Area Film and TV Connection with over 1000 members (www.meetup.com/filmandtvconnection and www.meetup.com/bayareafilmandtvconnection.

Her book projects which can be turned into TV shows and documentaries include  Do You Look Like Your Dog, published as a game by Briarpatch and a book by Broadway/ Random House and the ASJA Press.  A song promoting the game is on You Tube and the Do You Look Like Your Dog competition now includes videos. The web site is at www.doyoulooklikeyourdog.com

 

 

 

 

Other books that can be readily turned into TV shows and documentaries are Homicide by the Rich and Famous, which was published in paper by Berkley Books and hardcover by Greenwood. A follow-up two-volume series by Greenwood is American Murder. 

The website is at www.richandfamoushomicide.com

         

Her recent books include: WANT IT, SEE IT, GET IT! and ENJOY! 101 LITTLE WAYS TO ADD FUN TO YOUR WORK EVERYDAY. 

She is a speaker, workshop/seminar leader, and organizational consultant to business, government, and non-profit organizations. She has spoken to top executives, managers, professionals, and the general public.    

Her other books include: A SURVIVAL GUIDE FOR WORKING WITH HUMANS, A SURVIVAL GUIDE FOR WORKING WITH BAD BOSSES, A SURVIVAL GUIDE TO MANAGING EMPLOYEES FROM HELL, 30 DAYS TO A MORE POWERFUL MEMORY and DISAGREEMENTS, DISPUTES, AND ALL-OUT WAR all from AMACOM.

She has been a featured guest on hundreds of TV and radio programs, including Oprah, Montel Williams, the O’Reilly Factor, CNN, and many others.

She has been teaching classes on business, law, organizational behavior, public relations, marketing, management, psychological profiling, and privacy for the University of Notre Dame de Namur and the Investigative Career Program for private investigators in San Francisco.

She has a PhD in Sociology from the University of California at Berkeley, a JD from the University of San Francisco Law School, and MAs in Anthropology and Mass Communications and Organizational, Consumer, and Audience Behavior from Cal State, East Bay.


Bio, promotional details, and samples from her books are at www.ginigrahamscott.com. A speaker's video for viewing online is at www.ginigrahamscott.com/videoaudio.htm.  Information on scripts is a www.changemakersproductions.com


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