September 26, 2017

Grand Indiewise Convention Unites Film Fans Worldwide (Exclusive)

South Florida was a buzz with activity when  hundreds of film fans and creators turned out for the first annual Grand Indiewise convention. The convention featured film makers from every single inhabited continent, as people from as far away as Japan and India attended. Jarrod  Knowles, also the mastermind behind the Widescreen Film & Music Video festival along with his staff which including Masha Silberberg, put on an epic and organized show to be remembered and this time the hotel was right on the Ocean!

Jarrod was able to get a couple of really cool featured guests, including Luis Guzman and the first wife of Muhammed Ali, Khalilah Ali. All Photos copyright 2017 Danny Templegod exclusive to The Action Elite, Except the one with Jarrod Knowles and I, and  Frederick Tabiyus Nah IV and I are copyright to the incredible photographer Malena Vasquez.

Enjoy the photos and please visit for further information. Check the official Facebook page @ for more updated information and exclusive photos!

Check out this radical video of three highschool students from Japan chatting about their cool film!


Widescreen Film & Music Video festival currently has open submissions now on FilmFreeway @ The festival will take place at the Aventura 24 Theater February 9th thru 11th.  Check out the brand new event page @


The Widescreen festival is VERY open to action films so feel free to submit! Last year Fist of the Dragon and The Gate won two awards each!


About the Author

Dan Templegod
Dan Templegod

I have written for more than a half dozen movie and music magazines. Zazz, Jam, The Wild Rag, Revelations, Sirens Of Cinema, Tampa Bay Spike, and Vengeance. All have ceased to exist, welcome to the age of the internet!! I currently write for Dan’s Movie Report



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