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Brian Falk

President, The American Film Company

Brian Falk

Brian Falk recently directed GHOSTS OF THE PACIFIC for The American Film Company. His producing credits include THE CONSPIRATOR and PARKLAND. Brian has also produced more than eighty hours of broadcast news, documentaries, and television series worldwide for a variety of outlets including PBS, NBC, CNN, TLC, MTV, Court TV, Food Network and Lifetime. Brian is a member of the Producers Guild of America.

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“Presidents in Peril”

Aug 29, 2013 at 2:27pm | Filed Under “Parkland

Presidents in Peril
Here at The American Film Company, we've now made movies based on the two most famous assassinations in American history. And while the murders of Abraham Lincoln and John F. Kennedy have always captured the nation's attention, many forget that there were two other presidents assassinated, not to mention "serious" attempts on several others:
from Parkland 3 comments

“Infamous by Association”

Aug 29, 2013 at 2:22pm | Filed Under “Parkland

Infamous by Association
One key storyline in PARKLAND examines the affect of Lee Harvey Oswald's infamous crime on his family, specifically his blue-collar brother Robert (played by James Badge Dale) and his more-than-eccentric mother, Marguerite (Jackie Weaver).
from Parkland 2 comments

“Untold Stories from the JFK Assassination”

Aug 27, 2013 at 8:32pm | Filed Under “Parkland

Untold Stories from the JFK Assassination
The major motion picture PARKLAND explores the assassination of John Kennedy from perspectives never before seen: the doctors and nurses at the hospital, the boots-on-the-ground G-men at the FBI field office in Dallas, the family of Lee Harvey Oswald -- caught in their own metaphorical cross fire.
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  • Gave a thumbs up to this comment on April 23, 2011 at 8:21am

    The Best American History Movies NEVER Made

    Ah, synergy. This is the second time in this young blog that someone has mentioned Jack Slade. The first was for his own movie, and now as a supporting character in a "young Mark Twain" movie. ... More

  • Gave a thumbs up to this comment on April 18, 2011 at 3:00pm

    The Best American History Movies NEVER Made

    Couldn't agree more about Andy Jackson. From his famous duels to the Battle of New Orleans (in which a Jackson-led rabble of soldiers, slaves and pirates defeats the British Army), he's one of... More

  • Gave a thumbs up to this comment on April 8, 2011 at 8:00pm

    The Best American History Movies NEVER Made

    Here at TAFC, we love pioneer stories, which are at the heart of the most recent comments on this chat. The act of pioneering seems to be singular to American culture, in part because of the... More

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