It's Always About The Story - 2016 Winner Best Documentary

Back-to-Back Wins at The Buffalo/Niagara and Fort Myers Beach Film Festivals

Stanley Isaacs and 100% Entertainment
Present
The Film History Preservation Project’s
Producers Signature Series

The Film History Preservation Project is a multi part documentary series, that was inspired by the success of our multi-award winning documentary “Tough Ain’t Enough: Conversations With Albert S. Ruddy”. The series is designed to showcase Award-Winning Producers sharing their intimate oral histories of the trials, tribulations, heartbreak and joy in bringing some of the most iconic and memorable motion pictures to the screen.

 

The Film History Preservation Project’s Mission Statement is to preserve cinema history with its Producers Signature Series, enshrining a legacy of priceless stories, and insights that will be studied and appreciated for generations by film buffs, fans, students, preservationists and historians around the World.

The next three extraordinary documentaries in our series are…”It’s Always About The Story: Conversations With Alan Ladd, Jr.” with special friends, Jay Kanter, Michael Gruskoff and Mel Brooks, “ I Guess I Got Lucky: Conversations WithMace Neufeld” and “ Making Dreams Come True”: Conversations With Mark Canton. All three films were produced and directed by Isaacs.

 

In addition to the insightful and entertaining stories these producers will share, these documentaries will also contain clips of the producers’ most beloved films plus dozens of rare and personal behind the scenes notes and photos.

 

“It’s Always About The Story” has been honored to be named an Official Selection at numerous Film Festivals with screenings beginning in April 2016 at The Buffalo/ Niagara International Film Festival and The Fort Myers Beach Film Festival as well as an August screening at The Marina del Rey Film Festival in Los Angeles.

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“I Guess I Got Lucky” and “Making Dreams Come True” are currently in post-production and will be released in 2017.

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