Sunday, October 1, 2017

Shannon Mulholland, New York Producer

"Shannon Mulholland"
Producer- Theater, Film & Documentaries
New York City, NY

“Thank you for 12 years of extraordinary service,” Cuomo gushed to Bloomberg. “You, my friend, left New York City better than you found it, and there is no higher praise for a public servant.”
 
Cooper and Hemingway: The True Gen coming on Blu-ray!
Pre-order now! Amazing new content and extras! cooperhemingway.com


In Production
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Cecil Beaton- Park Avenue, New York City

Shannon Mulholland, Producer: In Production
"Craig Gilbert: The Grandfather of Reality Television"
written & directed by John Mulholland
edited by Richard Zampella
produced by Richard Zampella & Shannon Mulholland

Craig Gilbert is an American producer and creator of the first reality series in history, "An American Family". Craig Gilbert was portrayed by James Gandolfini in HBO's "Cinema Verite" Read the New York Magazine article: Reality Replay.

James Gandolfini played Craig Gilbert in the 2011 HBO Film Cinema Vertie, and portrayed the man who was behind the cameras for “An American Family.” Gandolfini stated : “I think Craig was so astounded that the Loud family got so destroyed and he got so destroyed by people. They went after the Loud family so viciously. All they were really were regular people and their family was not that much different than anybody elses. He was just trying to document it and they went after both of them so viciously that he said the hell with this.”


"Shannon Mulholland"
Craig Gilbert
Produced by Richard Zampella & Shannon Mulholland
Craig Gilbert on Cinema Verite: Craig Gilbert, Creator of An American Family, Says the HBO Movie About Him Is ‘Essentially Fallacious’


Shannon Mulholland, Producer: In Post Production
"Elmore Leonard Documentary"
written & directed by John Mulholland
filmed & edited by Richard Zampella
produced by John Mulholland, Richard Zampella & Shannon Mulholland.

Elmore Leonard
Man ... talk about an original.

Told me once how, while learning his craft, he’d take a graf from Hemingway
and write what should come next, copying Hemingway’s style.
But he soon found out that Ernest Hemingway’s oh-so simple writing style was anything but.
Course, Elmore Leonard crafted his own seemingly oh-so simple writing style ...
And right now, today, I know there are aspiring writers the world over
taking an Elmore Leonard graf and writing what should come next,
copying Leonard’s style. And to an individual, they are all learning that
Elmore Leonard’s oh-so simple writing style was anything but.

Elmore Leonard ... a oner. 
-John Mulholland, Writer & Director
Shannon Mulholland, Producer:
"Classic Hollywood Film Chatter"
52 podcast episodes hosted by John Mulholland
edited by Richard Zampella
produced by Richard Zampella & Shannon Mulholland
Hosted by writer/director/film historian John Mulholand. Each week, John interviews those who know classic Hollywood best - actors, writers, directors, producers, and their colleagues, family and friends. Interviews include: "Joan Leslie", "A.C. Lyles", "Liza Minnelli", "Eli Wallach", "Farley Granger", "Jean Simmons", "Robert Osborne", "Arlene Dahl", "Charlton Heston", "Richard Shepherd", "George Stevens Jr" among others.


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Hosted by John Mulholland
Edited by Richard Zampella
Shannon Mulholland, Producer:
"Cooper & Hemingway: The True Gen" (www.cooperhemingway.com)
Twitter: @coophem | facebook.com/cooperhemingway
narrated by Sam Waterston, featuring the voice of Len Cariou
written & directed by John Mulholland edited by Richard Zampella.
produced by Richard Zampella & Shannon Mulholland 
A New York Times Critics Pick

Cooper and Hemingway: The True Gen is an unprecedented look at the bond between two of the most iconic artists of the 20th century. Utter opposites... nothing in common. The cowboy and the suburbanite. The conservative and the liberal. And yet these two artists (a word both men scoffed at) were the best of friends, right up to their deaths a mere seven weeks apart in 1961. But is the friendship of these two men really so surprising? A study of these two men is a study of the 20th century. Their internationally renowned careers (Cooper, two Best Actor Academy Awards; Hemingway, Nobel and Pulitzer Prizes) were played out over the same turbulent decades: the hedonistic 20s, the grim Depression 30s, the war-ravaged 40s, and the deceptively slumbering 50s; throughout, their public and private lives connected, parted, re-connected, intertwined, over-lapped, and collided. It is no small irony that the lives of these two men should suffer untimely ends at the dawn of the erupting sixties. Their final, poignant chapter closed at the beginning of a decade which would challenge many of the very ideals and precepts which both men so prominently represented.And yet, decades later, we have Liam Neeson reflecting: "...the character of Bryan Mills (Taken) fits into a cinematic iconic figure that we all recognize from way back ... I'm thinking of Gary Cooper in High Noon, who is kind of a Bryan Mills. That kind of iconic figure that audiences seem to be attracted to. Perhaps Cooper and Hemingway didn't really pass the torch, perhaps they merely leant it.


Click to Watch interview with John Mulholland by Robert Osborne
Cooper & Hemingway: The True Gen is based on the copyrighted article
Cooper and Hemingway: A 20 Year Friendship by John Mulholland.


Shannon Mulholland, Producer:
"Duke Ellington 110th Anniversary Celebration"`:
Take the A Train Go Green
110th Birthday Celebration of Jazz Legend Duke Ellington
Produced by Richard Zampella and Shannon Mulholland
Travel Green: Take the "A" Train was conceived by Shannon Mulholland A "Green Initiative" celebrating the 110th Anniversary of the birth of Jazz legend Duke Ellington. Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg declared April 29, 2009 Duke Ellington Day in honor of the event. To commemorate his life, a special run of the last surviving 1939 ‘A’ Train, which was made famous by Duke Ellington’s signature tune Take the A Train. The world famous Duke Ellington Orchestra preformed the iconic song on the mezzanine at 125th Street and St. Nicholas.


Richard Zampella introduces "Duke Ellington Day"


Conceived by Shannon Mulholland
Go Green: Take the A Train
Duke Ellington Days
Shannon Mulholland, Producer:
"Sergeant York: Of God & Country" (www.ofgodandcountry.com)
narrated by Liam Neeson
written & directed by John Mulholland
produced by Richard Zampella & Shannon Mulholland

This Documentary produced for Warner Home Video entitled Sergeant York: Of God and Country runs 38 minutes and 55 seconds as it mixes movie clips, archival materials, and interviews. It includes on camera interviews with authors Michael Birdwell and MZ Ribalow, actors June Lockhart and Joan Leslie, Gary Cooper’s daughter Maria, and film historian Robert Osborne. The film chonicles how Alvin York's story was brought to the screen; and explores York’s restrictions and requirements. The film follows casting decisions, war-related issues of the era and script development, performances, characters, shooting topics and production problems. Watch the story behind Gary Cooper's Academy Award winning role.
Sergeant York: Of God and Country Review
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Sergeant York DVD includes
written & directed by John Mulholland

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Gary Cooper as Sergeant York
written & directed by John Mulholland
produced by Richard Zampella & Shannon Mulholland
Shannon Mulholland, Producer:
"Inside High Noon" (www.insidehighnoon.com)
@insidehighnoon
narrated by Frank Langella
featuring President Bill Clinton
written & directed by John Mulholland
produced by Richard Zampella & Shannon Mulholland

On Camera Participants: Prince Albert of Monaco, Brian Garfield, Jonathan Foreman, Tim Zinnemann, Maria Cooper, Lee Clark Mitchell, Stephen Prince and M.Z. Ribalow


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Behind the Scenes - The Making of High Noon
"Inside High Noon"
written & directed by John Mulholland
produced by Richard Zampella & Shannon Mulholland
Doc on Film “High Noon” narrated by Academy Award Nominee Frank Langella


INSIDE HIGH NOON, a documentary explores both the remarkable 1952 film and the gripping story behind its troubled production. The real-life events behind the making of HIGH NOON make for rich drama, indeed.



When released, HIGH NOON was seen as an attack on HUAC. However, this means little to an audience today. INSIDE HIGH NOON examines with fresh insight what makes HIGH NOON timeless, and why it works so powerfully still, over 65 years after its release.

Shannon Mulholland, Producer:
"Gentleman's Agreement Special Screening"
-Town Hall, NYC Gala Reception at Sardi's NYC

Shannon Mulholland Celest Holm
Town Hall, NYC
Shannon Mulholland, Producer:
"50th Anniversary Screening of High Noon"
Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center New York City.
Introduction by Liam Neeson.
On Stage Panel: John Mulholland, Jonathon Foreman, Tim Zinneman
Shannon Mulholland
50th Anniversary Screening of High Noon
Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center, NYC
50th Anniversary Screening of High Noon at Lincoln Center Event Program

Shannon Mulholland, Producer:
"Hemingway's It Just Catches"
- Cherry Lane Theater, NYC.
Carol Hemingway's adaptation of Ernest Hemingway short stories.
Talkin Broadway Review.

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The Cherry Lane Theater
Carol & Patrick Hemingway
Shannon Mulholland Producer Playbill
Hemingway's It Just Catches Playbill
Shannon Mulholland, Producer:
"Casablanca 60th Anniversary Screening"
Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center NYC
Hosted by Robert Osborne, TCM on-air host and veteran Hollywood reporter.
The gala evening featured special guest speakers that include Humphrey Bogart's son Stephen Bogart; Ingrid Bergman's daughters, Isabella & Ingrid Rossellini and Pia Lindstrom; and Leslie Epstein, the son of screenwriter Phillip Epstein.


Shannon Mulholland
60th Anniversary Screening of Casablanca Lincoln Center NYC
the 60th Anniversary of ``CASABLANCA'' With Gala Tribute Screening August 11



Shannon Mulholland, Producer:
"Celebration Screening Pride of the Yankees"
Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center NYC.
Hosted by John Sterling, radio voice of the New York Yankees. The gala evening will feature special guest speakers that include Matthew Modine, Teresa Wright, co-star in the film, Gary Cooper's daughter Maria Cooper, John Mulholland, writer/director/film historian, and John D. Rawlings, editorial director of Sporting News. Other celebrities scheduled to attend include Keith Hernandez, Yogi Berra, Patricia Neal, Miya Ali, daughter of Mohammed Ali, Celeste Holm, Jill Scharry, daughter of producer Dori Scharry, Angelica Torn, daughter of Geraldine Page and Rip Torn, Caridad Rivera, David Douglas Duncan, Nancy Friday, Gale Buckley, daughter of Lena Horne, Julie Garfield, daughter of John Garfield, Ray Robinson, Lou Gehrig author and others.


Writer/Director John Mulholland at
"Celebration Screening of Pride of the Yankees"
at Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center
Getty Event Images - Pride of the Yankee Event

Shannon Mulholland, Producer:
"Liza on Meet Me in St Louis"
Featuring Liza Minnelli
written & directed by John Mulholland

Liza Minnelli introduces the film "Meet Me in St. Louis" directed by her father Vincente Minnelli and starring her mother Judy Garland.


"Shannon Mulholland"
Liza Minnelli



Liza Minnelli on Meet Me in St Louis

Liza Minnelli was born on March 12th 1946 in Los Angeles, California to famous showbiz parents. Her mother, Judy Garland was herself a superstar of the day renown for her impressive contralto vocal range and numerous movie appearances, but most notably for her leading role in the classic ‘The Wizard of Oz’ (1939), still regarded by many even today as one of the most iconic films ever made. Liza’s father was Vincente Minnelli, a director of films and musicals who had become famous for his efforts in musicals such as ‘Meet me in St Louis’ and ‘An American in Paris’, as well as several acclaimed comedies and dramas.


Shannon Mulholland Minnelli Meet Me in St Louis
Vincente Minnelli with Judy Garland on the set of
"Meet Me in St Louis" caption

Meet Me In St Louis DVD
with Liza Minnelli on Meet Me in St Louis
directed by John Mulholland
Produced by Shannon Mulholland
Shannon Mulholland, Producer:
"Reflections on Gaslight"
Featuring Angela Lansbury
written & directed by John Mulholland
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Angela Lansbury in Gaslight
Written & Directed by John Mulholland

Shannon Mulholland, Producer:
"Shane 50th Anniversary Screening"
Introduction by Morgan Freeman The 50th Anniversary of SHANE with Gala Tribute Screening Hosted by Morgan Freeman, Academy Award winning actor. The gala evening will feature special guest speakers that include Alan Ladd's son David Ladd and director George Stevens' son, George Stevens, Jr. and John Mulholland (writer/director of the upcoming Shane documentary).


Shannon Mulholland
Tribute Screening of Shane
Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center NYC
Shannon Mulholland, Producer:
"As Time Goes By: The Children Remember Casablanca"
The Children Remember Casablanca
written & directed by John Mulholland

Shannon Mulholland, Producer:
"Behind High Noon"
documentary special feature for High Noon: 50th Anniversary Collectors Edition DVD.
Narrated by Len Cariou. Written & Directed by John Mulholland


Shannon Mulholland
AEI/LLPC for Sony Signatures
Ripley's Believe it or not!
Liberty Magazine

Shannon Mulholland, Producer:
"Hats Off"
Kaufman Theater on 42nd Street, New York City.

Shannon Mulholland, Producer:
Producer at The Hudson Guild Theater, NYC (3 shows)
The Producers Club, NYC (8 shows)
Theater East, NYC (16 shows)

Shannon Mulholland, Producer/Performer:
"Through My Eyes" Theater East
Fred Ebb & John Kander

The Fred Ebb Collection
● Series 4 : Newspaper Clippings ○ Folder 1 ­ Cabaret (play) ■ Version starring Shannon Mulholland at Theater East

Shannon Mulholland - Danny's Cabaret, New York City

Shannon Mulholland - Robert Marks on Piano - Danny's Cabaret, New York City

Shannon Mulholland IMDB

Shannon Mulholland lives in Manhattan New York City, Long Island and New Jersey
Education: Performing Arts/Music & Art NYC, American Academy of Dramatic Arts, HB Studio, Circle in the Square Theater Company, Fordham University
Fordham University


Contact Shannon Mulholland New York NY