He was an anonymous criminal, taken from his home, kept in prolonged custody, denied legal counsel and tricked into confessing. Just another guy lost in the system, …until his name became a verb. “Mirandize.”
This is the story of how two people from two very different worlds came together in one blazing moment of legal history, … and how that moment changed the lives of all Americans. CLICK FOR VIRTUAL BOOK TOUR.
Years of hands-on filmmaking experiences as supervising producer; producer; director; writer; author; lecturer; mentor; teacher; consultant.
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Bachelor of Business Science, New York University; "Television, Motion Picture and Radio, Production and Direction (TMR, Production and Direction)"
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Flynn & Miranda: Right of Silence
Joseph B. Wallenstein
9781634243100, $19.95, PB, 200pp
Synopsis: A deftly crafted and simply riveting historical novel based upon real events that would have a major impact on the American criminal justice system, "Flynn & Miranda: Right of Silence" by Joseph B. Wallenstein is the inherently fascinating and dramatic story of how two men from opposite ends of the human social spectrum would come together in one blazing moment of legal history -- and how that moment changed their lives and the lives of all Americans.
Critique: The stuff of which major motion pictures are made, Joseph Wallenstein’s new novel, "Flynn & Miranda: Right of Silence", is an especially and unreservedly recommended for community library Contemporary General Fiction collections. It should be noted for personal reading lists that "Flynn & Miranda: Right of Silence" is also readily available in a digital book format (Kindle, $9.49).
Editorial Note: Joseph Wallenstein is member of the Directors Guild of America as well as a member of the Writers Guild of America West and expert in all aspects of physical production, scheduling, budgeting, location filming, stage work, union, and non-union shows. He also oversees and administers all aspects of filming by the more than 700 students making over 1500 films each year at the University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts. His tri-annual safety seminars are a unique and highly sought after facet of Cinematic Arts education. Joe is known for consulting, lectures, seminars, and personal appearances - as well as an accomplished author.
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Book one: A PONY TALE
Book two: EDDIE IS OUT
Book three: DEREK AND THE DOMINOS
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The true story of legendary L.A. restauranteur Red Tracton who interceded in the kidnapping of an eight-year-old boy only to be double-crossed by the FBI.
LOG LINE - The table that is set but seldom occupied. When all legal options have expired, it serves as the court of last resort of the streets.
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Owned by Joe Wallenstein and David Jacobs.
Screenplay by David Jacobs (Dallas; Knots Landing: Dallas; The Early Years)
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