Actor, Producer, Director and Writer, Britt George, has been working in the film and television industry for nearly 20 years. After attending the New Actors Workshop Conservatory in New York City, Britt went on to play roles in films such as “For Love or Country: The Arturo Sandoval Story” opposite Andy Garcia, and the Indie thriller “Deadly Species”. His other credits include “Trim,” co-starring Academy Award nominee Bruce Dern, “The Code Conspiracy,” “Dragnet,” “Boston Legal”, “Las Vegas” and “Burning Hollywood.” Britt’s latest film, “Inspiration Pop 2929”, premiered in Nashville in the spring of 2013.
Orlando native, Whitney Goin, graduated from Florida State University and taught Drama, Speech and Debate at her former high school. With a desire of using her love for the arts to make a difference in people’s lives, Whitney performed in Central Florida theatres for many years before opening her own theatre company, The Vine. She loves working on projects that uphold family values and allow her to “live lives” through film and television that impact her growth and offer hope to audiences. Whitney’s recent films include “The Spectacular Now,” “Broken,” “A Measure of Faith” and “Inspiration Pop 2929” which premiered in Nashville in the spring of 2013.
In this interview, George and Goin talk with CMC host, Cheryl Ariaz Wicker, about their experience filming “Inspiration Pop 2929.”
“Inspiration Pop 2929” is a family film with a musical heart set in a fictional Southern town that follows a diverse cast of characters as they struggle to overcome hardship and in doing so find fulfillment in unexpected ways.