163 Family From The Heart – Interview with Independent Film Director Tracy Trost

by Cliff Ravenscraft on June 17, 2011

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During the first half of this episode, Stephanie and I share just how crazy, and BLESSED, the following three weekends will be for our family. We were also excited to hear from our great friend, Michaela, and took some time to answer her question regarding raising kids in a digital age.

During the second half of this episode, Stephanie and I are very eager to introduce you to Tracy Trost. Tracy is an independent film director who has an amazing story of how he made the decision, three and a half years ago, to pursue his life long dream of becoming a movie director.

Launching Trost Moving Pictures, Tracy has already directed three films in the past three years. In this episode, we mention that we were able to see a special screening of his latest movie, The Lamp, which stars L. Scott Caldwell (Rose from ABC’s LOST), Louis Gossett, Jr., Jason London, Muse Watson, Meredith Salenger, Sarah Brown, and Cameron Ten Napel.

As we shared in the episode, we desire to under promise and over deliver. However, I do want to let you know we are working out a pretty sweet arrangement for the gspn.tv community to have the opportunity to preview this movie for free, before it is released in September. I want to point out that the movie trailer does not do this movie justice. Trust me when I say that Stephanie and I both LOVED THIS MOVIE and we believe that you will as well. I look forward to sharing more details with you in about three to five weeks.

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