Filmmaker Tony Klinger | Clubhouse Connections | Episode 10 w/ Guest Tony Klinger
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At school in the UK Tony won two national prizes from writing competitions and with some pals ran a successful underground school magazine. By the age of 18 Tony was making his own small professional films that received wide public distribution. Klinger worked on the iconic TV series “The Avengers” and in the following years wrote and/ or produced films all over the world such as “The Kids are Alright”, “Deep Purple Rises Over Japan”, “The Butterfly Ball” and many more. Over a distinguished, award-winning career Tony served as company President or Chief Executive for media companies in the UK and USA.-Tony later worked in partnership with his father, the legendary film producer, Michael Klinger, who made such films as “Get Carter” “Repulsion” “Cul-de-Sac” and worked together with him on “Gold” “Shout at the Devil” and “Rachel’s Man” and several others Tony made with others such as “Full Circle”. He knows what it’s like to work with stars having done so with people like Jack Nicholson, Peter Ustinov, Lee Marvin, Sir John Gielgud, Roger Moore, Deep Purple, Barbara Parkins, The Who, Peter Finch, Susannah York, Michael Caine and many others.
The October Ade-Memoire Podcast this month has a special treat, as Tony Klinger, Son of Micheal Klinger Producer of amongst others the film "Get Carter", gives Ade & Alan a full & exclusive fun interview....Listen & enjoyand of course....Expect The Unexpected.
This week Nathan and Eric interview acclaimed filmmaker and writer Tony Klinger! Tony's long and prolific career includes directing numerous rockumentaries including The Who's 'The Kids Are Alright'. He has written multiple books including 'Twilight of the Gods' about the making of 'The Kids Are Alright, 'The Butterfly Boy', and his most recent 'Under God's Table'. Join us as we chat with Tony about his career, current projects, his time in academia, his father Michael Klinger (Producer of the 1971 movie 'Get Carter'), and the ongoing debate about guns in the US. This is a fascinating one, enjoy!For more info on Tony:Website: TonyKlinger.co.ukTwitter: @tdklingerFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/tony.klingerInstagram: @klinger.tonyUnder God's Table book: https://amzn.to/2qURGpJAnd be sure to follow This Is Happening! to stay up to date with the pod:Facebook: www.facebook.com/thisishappeningpodSoundcloud: @thisishappeningthepodcastInstagram: @thisishappeningthepodcastTwitter: @thisishappeningthepodcast
Writer, director and producer Tony Klinger has had a distinguished career that has seen him involved with over 500 productions and serve as company President or Chief Executive for several media production, sales and distribution companies in the UK & USA.Britflicks invited him on to talk about his latest documentary, feature film, stage and book projects. He also discusses the investor group: Creative Den.The documentary: THE MAN WHO GOT CARTER. This about the life and career of Tony's father - legendary British producer Michael Klinger (Get Carter, Shout At The Devil, Repulsion and many others). It's due for completion Spring 2016.To follow developments and get the latest news on it see https://www.facebook.com/TheManWhoGotCarter?fref=ts"A TIRED HEART AND THE BIG C" - his debut play opens at The Castle Theatre, Wellingborough, Friday 2nd October. Buy your tickets now: http://www.thecastle.org.uk/a-tired-heart-and-the-big-cFor more about the play see http://www.atiredheartandthebigc.comFeature film: To follow developments and get the latest news on JUST A BOY see http://justaboythefilm.co.ukTony is an ambassador for http://www.thebcreativedirectory.comThe Novel: For more on UNDER GOD'S TABLE see https://www.facebook.com/undergodstableTheBook?fref=nfCreative Den requires the following as a starting point on all incoming project:- (a page or two on each is fine to start with but they should be ready to substantiate any of their statements as fact)Executive SummaryScriptOutline / Treatment / SynopsisMarketing and sales plans, Attached talent, Critical path / timelineShooting scheduleBudget Cash flow.For more details contact email@example.com"Carefree" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/Intro/Outro music: Gaslamp Funworks by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a CC Attribution 3.0. incompetech.com/music/royalty-fre…isrc=USUAN1100826.
Tony started as a school boy winning two national writing competitions and by 18 was making his own small professional films for public distribution. He went on to make films in various capacities including Writer, Director and Producer. In 2009 Tony Klinger wrote his best-selling book ‘Twilight Of The Gods’ the story behind his producing the iconic rock film “The Kids Are Alright” about the legendary rock band, The Who. Fony has run the University BA Hons and MA Film Production courses at the UK’s renowned Bournemouth and Northern Film Schools and was Director of the Media Production Centre at the University of East London. Tony has embraced social media and set up www.thebCreativedirectory.com which is the first in a series of social networking sites for creative people and enjoys a big following. Tony is currently working on further films and books – just having finished a feature length film documentary ‘Full Circle’ and his soon to be published second novel, ‘Noah’s Table’. Here we find out some great insights for getting into the movie business and hear some brilliant stories from along the way!