Brian Pinette
Austin, Texas

Bio: Indie film/theatre/record producer-writer-Author as well as singer-songwriter and actor... Brian Pinette has written, produced & directed many an icon (in many creative venues): Dawn Wells (MaryAnn of "Gilligan's Island") scream-queen Kathrin Victor as well as writing, producing and directing "Mother" starring film noir icon Coleen Gray (Stanley Kubrick's "The Killing" ) & silent film great Patsy Ruth Miller (Esmeralda in Lon Chaney's silent film "The Hunchback of Notre Dame") in her final film role as Mother, Diane McBain (Surfside 6), Christine Jorgensen, Sal Mineo, John Gielgud, Lillian Roth, Blanche Sweet, Mary MacLaren & Lillian Gish to name a few. Brian was also writer, producer & director of Butterfly McQueen (Prissy in "Gone With the Wind") in her one woman show. As well as producer and writer for all films and recordings of "Country sing-sation" and acclaimed artist, Dallas Hill. Additionally, Brian has over 16 record albums and films & videos to his credit. His recordings have included best-sellers featuring Connie Carnes and Dallas Hill. He penned and produced her TWO international best-sellers "Dallas & The Cowboys" and "Moments." They received raves and their fans are legion including the late Lillian Gish to the "Queen Mother." His original music scores and exclusive copyrights to such classics as Nazimova in Salome and Camille, SHE (1925) Betty Blythe, Moran of the Lady Letty (1923) Valentino an Dorothy Dalton, Anna Christie (1923) Blanche Sweet, Mae Murray, Mae Marsh, Dorothy Gish, Greta Garbo & Lillian Gish silent classics among others are international bestsellers & are highly acclaimed by the cinema press. On his acclaimed website, Brian continues to offer his over 400+ rare titles on DVD. Currently, Brian is in pre-production of another indie film “Interview with Death” which he wrote, produced and will direct. His newest book “Angels are our Guardians” is a constant seller on Amazon.com. http://www.rarefilmclassics.blogspot.blogspot.com

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