The Donna Drake Show Live it Up with Filmmaker and Writer Maria Capp
Watch Maria Capp talk about how she began in the film industry, upcoming projects, and REACH!
Maria Capp brings insight and personal experience to REACH, a gripping and socially conscious drama now available at a theatre near you!
2019 I Nick R. Murphy
The bullying epidemic has reached a tipping point over the last decade. With the dominance of social media apps like Instagram and Tik Tok amongst others, bullying is always rising to innovative heights. It takes the relevance of important motion pictures like REACH to shed light on this growing surge of emotional and physical abuse. It is imperative to identify and emphasize with others now more than ever. This is a message that REACH delivers with impactful force.
'Reach' producer Maria Capp talks about educating audiences about bullying: "It was a decision to shed light"
Oct 17, 2018 I Rachel Windsor
"It was a decision to shed light and show what it is like to be a teenager growing up today. There is a high number of students who take prescription anti-anxiety, anti-depression drugs whether, for a chronic or acute episode, every family has a range of dysfunction in their family, and most teens either know or know someone who knows someone who has passed away from suicide." - Maria Capp
‘Reach’ Screenwriter Trio Talks Process, Democratic Writing, & Cause Films
June 8, 2018 I Brock Swinson
Creative Screenwriting Magazine took some time out to chat with screenwriting trio Grant Harling, Johnny James Fiore and Maria Capp about how Reach came to be, from a kernel of an idea to a fully-fledged movie.
What are your thoughts about the Netflix Original Series 13 Reasons Why?
Apr 5, 2017 I Total Tutor
The Total Tutor Neil Haley, Jason The Public School Guy, and Peter Elvidge interview producer/co-writer Maria Capp of Reach, and Co-writer, and Actor Johnny James Fiore of Reach.
Acting Coach Maria Capp Tackles Suicide & Crisis Intervention in New Production
Dec 9, 2014 I Briana Rodriguez
Featured on Backstage.com
The question has long been raging: Where in today’s world is there space to enact awareness and change with art? Acting coach Maria Capp is creating a space in Los Angeles with her staging of “Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead.” The industry veteran is making her west coast production debut with the “unauthorized parody” based on the Charles Schulz-illustrated comic strip “Peanuts.”