Producer/Director Danielle Earle from 2 Time LA Web Series Award Winning Series "Brooklyn Is In Love," presents her upcoming feature film "Mad About The Boy," starring Miranda McCauley, Brennen Stienes, Jared Van Heel, and Hannah Graham.
The new film "Mad About The Boy,"
"Mad About the Boy, is a film set in midst fresh city of Seattle, WA, in the beginning of the fab 90's. It tells a story of two young loves, strong in pain & the music that drives them into each other's arms - and tragically back out.
After winning 5 Web Series Awards from the LA Web Series Festival in 2012 and 2013 and being the center story of major media platforms, such as Social Media Monthly, Curve Magazine, Time Out, Village Voice, and News 12 New Jersey. Danielle Earle is finally made a name for herself as being considered " the female producer that never backs down, and never gives up." Earle says, "Pain is all apart of the journey, and that's why I love writing love stories so much. The beauty and self identity in what is painful, but at the same time, it's what makes us stronger, and more determined. As a Producer, I've delt with having to roll with the punches. I told myself, "Quitting is easy, but hangng in there is the hardest part. It shows the power in your ability more than anything else."
What's Next? Stay tuned for "Lover's Game" this Fall, followed by "Mad About The Boy.
A Message from the Director of MAD ABOUT THE BOY....
JAN MILLER CORRAN
Jan Corran was Born in Iowa and moved to SF Bay area 24 years ago. She is a neuro-psychologist and CEO of major mental health and geriatric facilities in the Bay area. A published author and playwright, her claim to fame- Watching her play Three Women in a Box”in NYC off Broadway production. Consultant to the Academy Award nominated documentary Complaints of a Dutiful Daughter and to the award winning You’re Looking at Me Like I Live Here and I Don’t which was a featured in 2013 on PBS Independent Lens.
Her renewed enthusiasm was sparked when she contributed to the campaign to produce A Perfect Ending (Soul Kiss Films).
2013 Out & Around (Documentary) (executive producer) (post-production)
2012 Alfredo’s Fire: A Vatican Stonewall (Documentary) (senior producer)
Mad About the Boy (associate producer) (filming)
I’ll See You in My Dreams (Executive Producer) (pre-production)
Alan Greenstein has been a huge supporter for PL Entertainment LLC since Season One of "Brooklyn Is In Love." We are so thrilled to have him apart of this wonderful project.
2015- Letters to Frankie Feature Film (Associate Producer)
2015 - Mad About The Boy Feature Film (Associate Producer)
2015 - Lover's Game Feature Film (Associate Producer)
2013 - Tiara Williams Presenters Entrepreneu (Reel - TV documentary - Executive Producer)
2013 On The Reel with Tiara Willaims (TV Series - Co-Executive Producer)
2010 - M.E.N. (TV Series - Producer)
2010 - My Real Life (TV Series - Producer)
2010 - DTLA the Musical Drama! (TV Movie - Executive Producer)
2009 - The Charles Clemmons Projcets (Video Short - Associate Producer)
Miranda McCauley hails from Houston, Texas and has been lucky enough to be a part of many wonderful and/or interesting projects. Gigs have ranged from acting, writing, directing, producing, and casting in films, theatre, web series, and even weird experimental art installation pieces.
She works primarily with PL Entertainment, which is dedicated to LGBT projects and films for social change. Current films in progress are Lovers Game and Mad About the Boy.
She believes in art as a way to reach people, to be relatable, to change minds and hearts.
In order to make every performance engaging, each character should speak for those who cannot.
She has high hopes of being the warrior for the underdog.
She is also a voracious women's rights advocate, a vegan, a lover of uncommonly eccentric films and music, a cheap art collector, a serious coffee addict, an insomniac, an associate of the financially challenged, and is comically terrible in the culinary arts.
She shares a birthday with Charles Darwin and Abraham Lincoln.
New York City and Regional Theatre Credits:
The Amorous Adventures of Mr. Bean (Sunga), Music Man, Godspell, Once Upon a Mattress, Lion in the Streets, Floating Rhoda and the Glue Man, Apartment 3A, Something Tells Me, Bromance, Three Bites From the Underworld, Think Inside the Box: The Bill of Rights Project, Women of Troy, The Fantasticks, Angel Street, Sordid Lives