June Klamath Film Member Meeting features talk with sports documentary producer Marc Kinderman

Klamath Film May member meeting to take place on Thursday, June 13 at 6 p.m.

Event Details:

WHAT: Klamath Film June member meeting
WHERE: The Growler Guys, 4201 Hwy 97, Klamath Falls (formerly Reames Country Club)
WHEN: Thursday, June 13, 6-8 p.m.
COST: Free. 
Login at: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/83836381071?pwd=FZL3rZa3mU05J4U5fpfhV3Meaze4Go.1

Klamath Film’s June member meeting returns to in-person get-togethers and will again also be online via Zoom, but moving to the SECOND Thursday of the month to not interfere with Third Thursdays events downtown. The meeting is free and open to the public. The meeting is also offered simultaneously online now via Zoom.

Join us on Thursday, June 13 at 6 p.m. to network with other filmmakers, actors, and film fans in Southern Oregon, and join in our chat with our featured guest: Marc Kinderman.

Join us at The Growler Guys — 4201 Hwy 97, Klamath Falls. Site of the former Reames Country Club, The Growler Guys is an awesome new business in Klamath Falls featuring 60 beers on tap and great bar food in a relaxed setting.

For over 20 years, Marc Kinderman has been telling stories for ESPN and others in and out of the sports world. After graduating from Syracuse in 1993, Marc moved on to Bristol, where he learned the joys of cutting 20-second NHL highlights at 1:45 in the morning. From there he moved up to producing features for SportsCenter, and onto the Emmy and Peabody award winning SportsCentury project, where he produced three episodes of 1999’s 50 Greatest Athletes — Martina Navratilova, Ted Williams, and Bobby Orr. When SportsCentury branched out to hour-long episodes for ESPN Classic in the early 2000’s, he produced episodes on Charles Barkley, Wilt Chamberlain, Jim Brown, Hank Aaron, Pete Maravich, Pedro Martinez and Larry Brown. For ESPN Original Entertainment, Marc produced shows on the 40th Anniversary of the Super Bowl (2006), Muhammad Ali (2007), and The Greatest Game Ever Played, the 1958 classic between the Colts and Giants (2008). Marc’s last project for ESPN prior to Hold The Rope was a 2016 30 for 30 short on LSU’s Rudy Macklin, No Kin to Me, which was then expanded into a half-hour SEC Storied in 2019. 

Creating Orange Lion Productions in 2000 with Scott Henry gave Marc the chance to do projects outside the ESPN family of networks, and that opportunity began when he had the opportunity to do three music-related episodes of A&E Biography. The two-hour special on concert promoter Bill Graham that aired in 2002 featured, among others, Keith Richards, Gregg Allman, B.B. King, Buddy Guy, Mickey Hart, and Carlos Santana. He also produced Biography episodes on Deborah Harry and Pat Benatar in 2003. Marc also produced features for CNBC on the rise of the UFC, the success of the New England Patriots, and New Orleans businesses re-emerging from Hurricane Katrina.  With Scott Henry, Orange Lion Productions has produced series for Versus (Soul of a Champion), USA Today/Mojo (A Shot at Glory), NHL Network (Voices, A Day in the Life), and the Big Ten Network (Big Ten Elite, Forever B1G, and currently, The B1G Moment). Marc lives with his wife and son in Stamford, CT. 

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