Interview with Writer/Director & Doc Filmmaker, Henry Alex Rubin
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SYS Episode 302 This week on the SYS Podcast I talk with Writer/Director Henry Alex Rubin about his new feature film, Semper Fi, and how he got involved with that project. We also discuss his award winning documentary, Murderball, and how that launched his career as a director.
Since the inception of this podcast I am frequently asked questions about starting a nontherapeutic Chiropractic practice. These come from both new practitioners starting from scratch or folks interested in transitioning their practice into the nontherapeutic model of Chiropractic. I have been looking for someone who is just starting out to share their experience, and this person stopped by my office a few months ago. Alex Rubin is doing exactly that. He started his practice from scratch about three months ago and by all measures is off to a great start. He is already profitable and thriving in only his first quarter of solo practice. In this unique episode we chat with Alex about his practice and taking it from point zero to his first 50 memberships. He also chats about his plans for the next 50 and we even get a special chat with his sister who shares her experience of helping people and talking about Chiropractic to the people she meets. We all had a great chat, and I hope you enjoy it as well. Please share this with people you may know who need to hear it.
SYS Podcast Episode 302: Writer/Director Henry Alex Rubin Talks About His New Action/Drama, Semper Fi
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Ep177 - Henry Alex Rubin, Writer-Director ‘Semper-Fi’ & Documentary ‘Murderball’
In the latest film from Henry Alex Rubin, Leighton Meester, Finn Wittrock, and Jay Courtney star in ‘Semper Fi.’ In the story, A police officer who serves in the Marine Corps Reserves is faced with an ethical dilemma when it comes to helping his brother in prison. This idea has been rattling around the mind of Rubin for over a decade. While working on the documentary, ‘Murderball,’ the writer-director got lost in the idea of telling future stories about soldier dealing with PTSD. In the documentary, ‘Murderball,’ audiences are invited to watch quadriplegics who play full-contact rugby in wheelchairs, as they overcome unimaginable obstacles to compete in the Paralympic Games in Athens, Greece. In this interview, the director discusses his commitment to a subject, how documentaries differ from films, when it’s time to shelve an idea, how to find spontaneity on set, and how writing a script is like ironing out the wrinkles of a shirt. If you enjoyed this interview, join thousands of viewers for the new YouTube series, Creative Principles, which dissects new films, series, and more: bit.ly/2FARJz5
The Deep Cut - Nat Wolff and Henry Alex Rubin Talk Semper Fi, Robert DeNiro, Martin Scorsese and the Power of Egg Sandwiches
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This week on The Deep Cut with John Rocha, John welcomes actor Nat Wolff (Paper Towns, The Fault in Our Stars) and director Henry Alex Rubin (Murderball) to talk about their latest film ‘Semper Fi’. Nat Wolff reveals what he’s learned over these last few years as he’s moved on from teen sensation to and older actor seeking more mature and challenging fare. He also opens up about how his relationship with his brother Alex Wolff has changed over the years and how he saw it mirrored in his relationship with Jai Courtney in Semper Fi. Rubin talks about shepherding Semper Fi, how it compares to his previous projects and why he felt it was important for his career to make this movie and the message he hopes it sends. Both Nat and Henry also talk about the power of Robert DeNiro and Martin Scorsese and how their work influences both of them as they tackle the projects in their career. Also, egg sandwiches without cheese, people. This is a wide open, fun, ball busting and honest conversation with two of the most thoughtsful guys working in the business today. See Semper Fi now in Theaters, On Demand and On Digital.Follow John Rocha: https://twitter.com/TheRochaSaysFollow Nat Wolff: https://twitter.com/natandalex Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In a “A Standing Ovation,” Alex Rubin shares a short play that’s at once hilarious and heartfelt, revelatory and risqué. CAST: Laura – Ann Zárate Dennis – Michelangelo Milano Stage Directions – Siobhan Gilbert
This week on the BIG show, host Tim Gordon will talk with director Henry Alex Rubin about his latest film, Disconnect. Plus, we'll have entertainment news and reviews of films opening this weekend including the futuristic sci-thriller, Oblivion. We'll have all that and more on Episode 182 of Keeping It Reel with FilmGordon.