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Mark Eaton Film Project Gets Good Press

Contributed by Stacy Dymalski - Posted: December 27th, 2006

NBA sports staff writer Steve Luhm of the Salt Lake Tribune covered Crazy Parkite Productions’ currently untitled Mark Eaton film project story in the December 24, 2006, Sunday edition of the Salt Lake Tribune.  To read the article in its entirety, go to http://www.sltrib.com/jazz/ci_4895297.  All though you can’t tell by reading it online, the article appeared on the front page of the NBA Sunday section (Section C) of the paper. 

As of Wednesday, December 27, 2006, Matt Watson of NBA Fanhouse on AOL Sports picked up the Tribune story and posted “The Mark Eaton Story: Coming to a Theatre Near You” on http://nba.aolsportsblog.com/2006/12/27/the-mark-eaton-story-coming-soon-to-a-theater-near-you/.  Also Deadspin Sports News posted “Some Casting Director has Their Work Cut Out for Them” at http://www.deadspin.com/sports/mark-eaton/some-casting-director-has-their-work-cut-out-for-them-224586.php.  Check it out!

And finally, screenwriter/director/producer Stacy Dymalski spoke this morning (at 8:45 a.m.) about the Mark Eaton project with Blair Feulner on KPCW radio in Park City, Utah (KCPW radio in Salt Lake City, Utah, and Evanston, Wyoming). 

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NBA All-Star Mark Eaton’s Life Comes to the Big Screen

Contributed by Stacy Dymalski - Posted: December 19th, 2006

basketball2.jpgWe at Crazy Parkite Productions are proud to announce that we have optioned the rights to NBA All-Star (and former starting center for the Utah Jazz) Mark Eaton’s inspirational journey into the NBA. 

At 7′4″, everyone assumed that Mark Eaton should play basketball.  Everyone, that is, except for Mark.  As a shy awkward teen, Mark tried basketball in high school, but spent most of his games sitting on the bench.  “Back then, coaches didn’t know what to do with big guys like me,” says Mark, now philosophical about how he was treated.  More…

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Buy the “Jupiter Landing” DVD!

Contributed by Stacy Dymalski - Posted: December 7th, 2006

One of Crazy Parkite’s award-winning productions is the feature film “Jupiter Landing”. Earlier this year “Jupiter Landing” appeared during Sundance at the Park City Film Music Festival, where our music supervisor Mary Beth Maziarz won a Gold Medal for Excellence for Emerging Film Composer for a Feature Film. Our movie was also in the 2006 Cinequest Online Film Festival, and appeared in the European Film Mart of the 2006 Berlin Film Festival. As a result of Berlin, the film’s distribution rights were acquired by Echelon Entertainment. More…

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Meet Crazy Parkite Productions!

Contributed by Stacy Dymalski - Posted: December 6th, 2006

Welcome to the Crazy Parkites Production company blog. Crazy Parkites is a Park City, UT, based video and film production company that specializes in the creation of feature films, short films, and web-based commercials. Haven’t heard of us? Well, that’s because as a company we’re fairly new, even though the board of directors are all long-time Park City residents. The company was founded and organized by Stacy Dymalski, Billie Harsch, James Harsch, Kim Page, and George Dymalski. Some Crazy Parkite-produced projects you may have heard of include the films “Jupiter Landing” (www.jupiterlandingthemovie.com), “The Last Democrat in Utah”, and “The Write Stuff”. Even though we love to make films, our day-to-day operation is to create clever, affordable web-based commercials. Being that most of our board members stem from careers in stand-up comedy and comedy-writing, our main focus in our commercials is humor. So if you want to add a little (or a lot) of funny business to your advertising, you might want to come talk to us at Crazy Parkite Productions and get your web-based commercials up and running today! For more information, call 435-647-0985, or stay tuned to this blog to be notified as to when our website will go live (which will be very soon).

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