Episode 55 - Big Foot, Cannabis, UFO's...Oh My!
This week we chat with Jeremy Norrie, who is the Director and Producer of Sky Island Storytelling film production company. We cover it all...from Big Foot, Cannabis, UFO's (or Aliens) and UFC. Of course all the usual, everyday Chaos too! Join us every Wednesday at 8pm EST. Cheers!
Hold the Sugar, Pass the Vodka.
~Jozlyn, Nikki & Ginger
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We make open minded films from a serious perspective about a wide variety of subjects, and these projects all have a common theme of overcoming adversity, empowerment, and recovery. Jeremy Norrie: Podcast/Radio/TV/Film/ClubHouse etc.
Areas of Experience (Professional)
• Director/Producer of Independent Documentary Films for Amazon, FOX & CBS streaming platforms
• Former Concert/Event Promoter from small private/public events internationally to large 30k person multiple day festivals in California
• Formerly in the Cannabis Industry doing growing, concentrate & hash making, international journalism and almost every other possible aspect of cannabis industry
• Formerly a journalist for MMA websites (MMAWeekly, SherDog, MMA.tv and MMA-Fighter) discussing UFC and other combat sports.
“Aliens v.s BigFoot”
“Don’t Call Me BigFoot”
“Other Side of the Ring”
Most of my other films have been Official Selections at various other film festivals, some currently screening, but no official awards for any others just yet.
I lived a wild and crazy rockstar like life and love to share my unique experiences from being on the ground level during the rise of both MMA/UFC to the Cannabis Industry. There were all kinds of close calls with danger but also big achievements as well as the wisdom learned from the negative and positive parts of that journey both personally and professionally.
Now I am making films for Amazon, FOX & CBS among other streaming platforms where we get to tell stories about all kinds of topics. All of our films are from a serious open minded perspective, and there is an ongoing theme of overcoming adversity, helping people and personal struggles.