Princeton Holt Letter of Recommendation for Christopher C. Odom

“Christopher is knowledgeable about not only the technical side of filmmaking but the business side of as well, which in my experience, is a rare quality to have. Working with him is easy because he works very fast and efficiently.” — Princeton Holt (http://1wayoranother.net/bios.html) Princeton Holt Letter of Recommendation – ONLINE

Michael Tabb Letter of Recommendation for Christopher C. Odom

              “Mr. Odom is one of the most positive thinkers I know today and always advises from a place of integrity, fearlessness, and intelligence. He keeps policies, creates formulas for success, and never gets caught up in ego, personal politics, nor takes sides.” — Michael Tabb (http://m.fullsail.edu/degrees/online/creative-writing-mfa/faculty/mike-tabb) Michael Tabb Letter of Recommendation

Cornelius Booker III Letter of Recommendation for Christopher C. Odom

              “I believe Christopher is qualified candidate because his intellectual prowess has been the beacon of his success. He brings a positive attitude and a friendly face to any work environment.” — Cornelius Booker III (http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1729481/?ref_=fn_al_nm_1) Cornelius Booker Letter of Recommendation

“The 10 Commandments of Chloe” (FULL FILM)

Coming off the successful World Premiere at the Calgary International Film Festival, One Way or Another Productions releases THE 10 COMMANDMENTS OF CHLOE free of charge to the public! *100% of the film was shot on location in Nashville, TN.* WATCH NOW FREE in WideScreen on your TV, Computer, or Mobile Device! "The 10 Commandments of Chloe" (FULL FILM) from OneWayTV on Vimeo. For more information on the film and its making, visit the official website. - Lena

Film Threat Gives 10 COMMANDMENTS OF CHLOE 3 1/2 Stars!

Film Threat magazine gives CHLOE 3 1/2 Stars! Check it out after the jump:

“Princeton Holt’s The 10 Commandments of Chloe plays out almost like a dream. Musician Chloe (Naama Kates) arrives in Nashville and begins the arduous task of finding a venue willing to give her a spot to perform. Along the way she meets Brandon (Jason Burkey), and the two strike up a friendship that may or may not be something more.

And, roughly, that’s the film. There’s a real naturalistic vibe to the camerawork, that floating style where we feel less like we’re watching a movie and more like we’re just omnisciently following the lives of our characters. What happens in the film isn’t overly dramatic, no huge tragedies befall Chloe or Brandon, the film just navigates their experience.

Which is a vibe that isn’t for everyone. I could see someone seeing this and thinking it’s a film where nothing happens. Well, things happen, and there is a progression made from opening to closing, but it’s more true to the way life works. Which is, we might have small evolutions, or small successes and failures, but it’s not always a resounding arc of character growth where Event A sets off Event and Catharsis B.”

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– Lena