Comedy TV Web Series "Good Job, Thanks!" wins "Best Director Award" at LA Film, TV and Webisode Festival

Top Quote Director Alex Bram joins the cast & Crew at the Film Festival in Beverly Hills to collect an award for a TV web series about what it's like to be a Hollywood casting director. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) September 13, 2012 - "Good Job, Thanks!" (GJT) , a star-studded, dark comedy, TV web series, about what it's like to be a Hollywood casting director, has won "Best Director" award for Episode 5 from the LA Film, TV & Webisode Festival (LAFTWF). The winning entry, "Workshop Nightmare" takes a comical poke at the controversial showbiz issue of casting directors charging money for actors to meet them at "workshops". It stars Renee Pezzotta (Chihuahua: The Movie (2010), John Boonin and a whacky cast of actors.

    "We are so proud of our cast and crew, and episode five takes home the 'Best Director' award this year," said Creator Ryan Glasgow, Bohemia Entertainment. When asked about how he came up with the idea, he responded this way, "We've all heard a thousand times, 'Good Job, Thanks!'. When Actress Stephanie Jones read the line my head exploded and then we raised the money to shoot the pilot," he said.

    "I had no idea I would star in this great TV series," said lead Actress Stephanie Jones at a red carpet launch of Status LA Magazine event at the Supper Club, Hollywood. "I went home after my acting class, and I got a message in my inbox saying, 'here's your next role,'" she said.

    Award-winning Director Alex Bram and cast will be attending the LAFTWF (Formerly known as the Beverly Hills Film, TV & New Media Festival) opening night and red carpet awards ceremony, 8:00 - 11:00 p.m., Wed., Sept. 12, 2012, Confidential Beverly Hills.

    "Good Job, Thanks!" (GJT) ,series stars Stephanie Jones as casting director Linda Livingston-Black, and includes guest stars: Jonathan Bennett, Renee Pezzotta, William Belli, Sandy Martin, Joy Osmanski, Kirstin Vangsness, Rick Overton, Tere Joyce, Michael Fishman, and Mo Gaffney.

    "I was very lucky I got invited to work with the 'Good Job Thanks!' family and now we're picking up an award for the fifth episode that I directed, "said Alex Bram, director, Panic Attack Films, Hollywood. Bram, who has earned numerous awards for the horror film, "Body of Work" (2009), also heads The Carnival of Darkness Horror Sci-Fi Short Film Festival 3, which is scheduled for Oct. 24, 2012, at the LA Film School. Full story at:

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