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Paul Kyriazi
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Where do you live?
Tokyo and San Francisco
What best classifies you or your business?
Entertainment and Media Production
Website Address:
http://www.paulkyriazi.com
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Paul Kyriazi's Blog

Five Movies to Keep You Out of the Economic Abyss

Here's five movies that you can use when times are tough and you want to get to the next level of lifestyle and not fall into the abyss.



"When a man stares into the abyss and sees nothing but darkness, this is the time that he finds his character. And it is his character, that keeps him from falling into the abyss."



These movies have helped to keep me out of the abyss.



Rocky 3



The "Eye of the Tiger" song and opening montage, will… Continue

Posted on June 22, 2009 at 11:44am

Need a Publisher for Your Business Book? Read This Before Wasting Time.

Many business people want to have a book published to advertise themselves. I agree that a book is a great toolto give a business person credibility. But I have strong feelings about trying to get published. This is what will happen to you:



You will send your manuscript to publishers that you can convince to receive it. It will sit there for months, even years, and nobody will read it. And if they do, they will want you to completely re-write it. And then they will tell you, it's… Continue

Posted on April 6, 2009 at 10:58am

My Movie Career with 22 Stars

At age 8, I see 'The Making of 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea' on Disneyland TV and decided to become a movie director. Age 16, I start filming 20 minute action stories using my father's 8mm camera. Age 18, a professional cameraman, tells my father, "If he's serious about movies he has to shoot in 16mm." So my father bought me a used Bolex camera.



I shoot a 30 min color action movie that wins the Berkeley Film Festival. I start taking karate to be like James Bond. My Sensei introduces… Continue

Posted on April 1, 2009 at 1:30am — 1 Comment

Directing Rod Taylor in 'Rock Star Rising'

I've been a fan of Rod Taylor since I saw The Time Machine. And who better to take us through the narration of a story than the guy that most boys, and the young at heart, have taken the ride with him countless times in his machine.



His narrative voice is strong and gentle at the right times and we trust him to guide us on our adventure together into the future. So for me, he was the only choice for my audio-book Rock Star Rising.



We planned to start recording at 9 am. My… Continue

Posted on March 31, 2009 at 5:00am

Directing Frank Sinatra Jr. in 'McKnight's Memory'

It was a dream working with Mr. Sinatra. I had heard his audio commentary on two of his father's movies on DVD, Robin and the Seven Hoods and Oceans Eleven. His voice, articulation, as well as his respect for character actors impressed me, so he was approached to take the listener along on this conspiracy tale.



Mr. Sinatra requested his recording be done at night as that is when most singers feel their voice is the best. He gave a concentrated performance, often coming up with… Continue

Posted on March 31, 2009 at 5:00am

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At 3:41am on September 2, 2009, Rebecca Beasley said…
Paul, since you're so into Bond movies, did you ever meet Jill St. John? There's an interesting story about her and my family that puts her somewhere between cousin and family friend. It was told to me as a child that she was distant kin, but then later on I found out that there wasn't any relation except that she took the name of my great grandmother, Mattie St. John. I've always wished I could meet her to find out the rest of the story.
Rumor has it that she's actually from my home town, but doesn't admit it.
 
 
 

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