TRAUMA---Documentary--THURSDAY, MAY 14th, SOUTH ORANGE PUBLIC LIBRARY-1PM...Come and explore the world of TRAUMA as GALILEO PRODUCTIONS follows along ST. VINCENT HOSPITALS EMT Teams and learns about the aftermaths of (PTS) Post Traumatic Stress from disasters like 9/11. Through the eyes of EMT, Police Officers and Rescue Workers we learn about the many highs and lows these men and women experience while on the job and how they cope with stress. A poignant exploration of what occurs during the aftermaths of a major disaster. Producer/Director James Ford Nussbaum will screen the production at the library and answer questions in a group discussion about trauma and the process of making this project. Originally aired on Cablevision Systems in Morris County. All are welcome.
October 27th, 2013, Sunday at 1:30PM FREE Public Screening of IMPACT-Jewish Boxers in America at the Springfield Free Public Library.
SPRINGFIELD FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY 66 Mountain Avenue Springfield, NJ 07081 Tel: 973-376-4930
Producer/Director James Ford Nussbaum will answer questions and lead a discussion about the making of the film afterwards.All are encouraged to attend. DVD's of the film will be available for sale afterwards.
GALILEO PRODUCTIONS ANNOUNCES UNIQUE PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT WITH SHOWPLACE RECORDING STUDIOS, DOVER, NJ Galileo Productions, LLC has begun a partnership agreement to bring musicians and recording artists from various genres to the Dover, NJ SHOWPLACE RECORDING STUDIOS. Producer James Ford Nussbaum will bring his expertise to SHOWPLACE to assist in finding and recording various new artists at the legendary recording studio. SHOWPLACE STUDIOS has recorded legends such as Keith Richards, Steve Miller, Slash and Eric Clapton just to name a few and utilizes the studios recording space and engineering expertise of Grammy Award winning engineer Ben Eliot. Eliot and his team have engineered and recorded many legends and music CD's for various artists bringing and coupling their sound experience with the award winning video and media expertise of GALILEO PRODUCTIONS and James Ford Nussbaum. The partnership will extend into 2014 and couple the companies into a recording Mecca that will bring together award winning experience with Grammy Award winning sound. For more information, contact James Ford Nussbaum at GALILEO PRODUCTIONS, firstname.lastname@example.org phone: 973-328-1163.
GALILEO PRODUCTIONS COMPLETES PRINCIPAL VIDEOGRAPHY FOR NEW GRIPWEEDS MUSIC VIDEO BENEFITING HURRICANE SANDY VICTIMS.
JULY, 2013: GALILEO PRODUCTIONS, LLC has completed principal videography for the new GRIPWEEDS music video "LIES" produced by THE GRIPWEEDS and GALILEO PRODUCTIONS, LLC. Shooting took place at the Hal Daley VFW Hall in Asbury Park, NJ and was editied by Rick Reil of the GRIPWEEDS. All proceeds from the video will go to huricanne Sandy relief funds set up by the band to help survivors of the New Jersey natural disaster. Thanks to the GRIPWEEDS for allowing us to be part of this exciting new project. Enjoy the video at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fkiflQCZUDw
Just a reminder that Producer/Director James Ford Nussbaum will be appearing this Friday morning on WPAT Radio, 92.7FM to discuss the film, IMPACT-Jewish Boxers in America and take listener call ins. The broadcast is to take place at approx 2:30AM and be rebroadcast later in the day. He will also be interviewed next Saturday September 29th late night on the Tony Paige show on WFAN CBS Radio out of New York to discuss the project as well...Hope you'll join us!
ALCOA POWER AND PROPULSION USESGALILEO PRODUCTIONS, LLC FOR TOP TALENT VIDEO.
August, 2012, RANDOLPH, NJ: Alcoa Power and Propulsion, a major business unit of Alcoa Inc. (NYSE: AA), is a global leader in superalloy airfoil and titanium and aluminum structural investment castings. Serving the aerospace, defense, energy and industrial markets; its products are primarily used in jet engines and industrial gas turbines. APP employed Executive Producer James Ford Nussbaum and GALILEO PRODUCTIONS, LLC for the production of its latest Top Talent Video in July 2012. The three minute video communicated management achievements about the latest news and developments by management teams at its Dover, New Jersey, operation. Communications Manager Cary Dellthanked Galileo Productions for contributing video and editing support.
FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION---IMPACT---The Stories of Jewish Boxers in America---A New Documentary by Award Winning Producer Director James Ford Nussbaum
Come with us as we explore the history of Jewish Boxing in America. Our cameras take you on a journey to both the past and present as a new surge of Jewish mighty men bring the sport of boxing into your homes while deeply entrenching their own searches for Judaism as well. We'll meet both young and old Jewish Boxers once dominating the sport and now passing their baton to a new breed of Jewish fighter...ready to win and not afraid to assert their religious beliefs. We'll learn why Judaism is so important to them both inside and out of the ring and follow several stories of men that hold one common bond amongst themselves...a struggle of determination that surpasses what they have accomplished in both boxing and academics. It's a story you won't want to miss...Sponsorships are available as this film will air on Cablevision in over 300,000 homes. Contact GALILEO PRODUCTION'S email@example.com for more information.
GALILEO PRODUCTIONS, LLC SEEKING PROFESSIONAL AND SERIOUS MINDED VOLUNTEERS FOR EXCITING NEW MEDIA PROJECT
Galileo Productions, LLC, an independent award winning media and video production company based in Morris County, NJ is looking for volunteers for an exciting new non profit media project to be shot over the next 6 months in the New York and New Jersey Metropolitan area. Galileo Productions (GP MEDIA) continues it's commitment to educate and inform the public about new and exciting topic matters for documentary and media related audiences. The 20 year old company based in Randolph, New Jersey is looking for serious only interns and volunteers to assist us in producing a new documentary that will explore an exciting new topic matter never before covered in the media for non profit distribution throughout the Morris County areas and to air on Cablevision systems throughout the region. The positions will require producing, editing and shooting Hi Definition video along with liaisons with principle subjects of this new documentary. Applicants will be required to agree upon a non disclosure and limited liability release in order to work on the project and will receive valuable experience in video and media production along with material to develop their own resume reel for future work. This opportunity is non profit and all applicants will understand that this is a non paying volunteer internship experience. Galileo Productions, LLC has produced and developed outstanding documentaries and television series for the past 20 years based in Randolph, New Jersey and has produced various projects on technology and current news events including the cable television program DIGITHEAD seen regionally. The company is spearheaded by award winning Producer/Director James Ford Nussbaum. For more information contact: James Ford Nussbaum at GALILEO PRODUCTIONS, LLC, phone number: 973-328-1163 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
VISIT US NOW ON FACEBOOKAND LEARN MORE ABOUT GALILEO PRODUCTIONS, LLC---Under Galileo Productions, LLC and also learn more about the music and percussionist skills of James Ford Nussbaum at: www.gpmusic.us.com
Samples of drumming and percussion skill can be seen along with select video performances and more....
"BATS: THE LAST FLIGHT"
The plight of migratory bats has been an issue currently being brought to the table by many enviornmentalists and government agencies throughout the Northeastern United States bringing awareness to migratory bats found dead in record numbers throughout the New York, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, New Jersey area and now spreading south. Why is this happening? What can we do to save the bats and bring about awareness to our enviornment and caves? Wayne Russell and Julie Roselius are on a mission. They're just two members of a caving exploration group that have been making a difference bringing their message of cave and bat preservation to the public. A new film by GALILEO PRODUCTIONS explains more about the cause, a deadly fungus called White Nose Syndrome and what is being done to save caves and bats. Stay tuned.
PRESERVING MIGRATORY BATS AND PROMOTING ECO AND CAVE PRESERVATION BECOMES CENTRAL THEME FOR NEW DOCUMENTARY: BATS: THE LAST FLIGHT
GO TO: www.benefit4thecaves.com for the latest information and news about the new film: BATS: THE LAST FLIGHT from Producer James Ford Nussbaum.
BATS: THE LAST FLIGHT Wins Additional Honors at International and National Film Fests.
Gold, Platinum and Silver Awards including Best Documentary and Best Green Themed awards from:
The Davey Awards The MarCom Awards The Telley Awards-Bronze-Best Documentary The Communicator Awards-Best Documentary and The AVA Gold Award recognition for Best Documentary 2009
December 1st, 2009---FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
AVA AWARDS ANNOUNCES WINNERS FOR 2009
DALLAS, TX-- Ava Awards today announced winners for the 2009 international awards competition that recognizes outstanding achievement by creative professionals involved in the concept, writing, direction, shooting, and editing of audio-visual materials and programs. There were over 1,700 entries from throughout the United States, Canada and several other countries in the 2009 competition. Entries include film, analog and digital productions viewed in a wide variety of mediums from movie screens to televisions to computers. Entrants include video and film production companies, web developers, advertising agencies, PR firms, corporate and government communication departments, producers, directors, editors and shooters.
Ava Awards is sponsored and judged by the Association of Marketing and Communication Professionals (AMCP). The international organization consists of several thousand production, marketing, communication, advertising, public relations, and freelance professionals. AMCP administers recognition programs; provides judges and rewards outstanding achievement and service to the profession.As part of its mission, AMCP fosters and supports the efforts of creative professionals who contribute their unique talents to public service and charitable organizations. Ava entrants are not charged to enter work they produced pro bono. Over the past three years, AMCP’s Advisory Board gave out over $60,000 in grants to support the efforts of its members. That money was used for marketing materials for homeless shelters, orphanages, day camps, community theaters and art centers; and for programs for the elderly and disabled, childcare and educational endeavors for the underprivileged. Ava Awards P2 Judges are industry professionals who look for companies and individuals whose talent exceeds a high standard of excellence and whose work serves as a benchmark for the industry.
Winners were selected from over 160 categories in three divisions; Television Productions, Video/Film Productions and Web/New Media. About 12% of the entries won the Platinum Award, the organization’s top honor. A complete list of Platinum Winners can be found on the Ava Awards website at www.avaawards.com.
More awards of distinction continue to come in for the newly completed documentary BATS: THE LAST FLIGHT, Produced and Directed by award winning filmmaker James Ford Nussbaum. His work on the bat problem has extended for over 1 year in research and investigation as to what has been killing off local Little Brown bat species due to an infectious fungus known now as White Nose Syndrome and brought into the mines by man. The film explores the beginnings of work conducted by the New York Department of Enviornmental Conservation following their efforts and those of others in a race to save the bats and caves where they hibernate during the winter. Now airing on Cablevision in Morris County, New Jersey and Massachusetts on CTSB Cable. Check local stations for air times and channels.
Enjoy the new music video BATS: THE LAST FLIGHT, a bonus track from the soon to be released DVD:
BATS: THE LAST FLIGHT The Movie a new film by Producer/Director James Ford Nussbaum placed into content to the music of "Leyenda" Issac Albeniz Performed by "John Williams"
NJPAC "New Jersey Performing Arts Center" was the host of an evening of Led Zepplin music as GALILEO PRODUCTIONS captured the entire performance LIVE for the world wide web and streamed the performance to homes everywhere for those interested in tuning in. The performance was recorded in HD and DVD for those able to watch in 720i. A splendid time was had by all as James Ford Nussbaum directed working with an A class crew. http://www.tikilive.com/video/24158 PASSWORD: njpac21910
Come on down to Coney Island and see the Award Winning 2008 MERMAID PARADE Produced and Directed by Susan Shaw and James Ford Nussbaum The 2008 MERMAID PARADE Premieres at:
The Second Fiddles bring prewar music to the upper valleys of Oxford, NJ: April 16, 2009 at a sunset show of Shipppen Lawn Concerts. A spontaneous serendipity brought tales of yesteryear to both young and olde.
We thank them for attending and hope to see them again in the near future. Sit back and enjoy just a taste of what they brought to a simulated "medicine show" designed to revive song books that haven't been heard for many years. Galileo Productions proudly presents the Second Fiddles on this website space and recommends hearing more of their melodic banjo and guitar sounds at:
AVA AWARDS ANNOUNCE GALILEO PRODUCTIONS INCLUSION AS 2008 WINNER
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December 1, 2008
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
AVA AWARDS ANNOUNCE GALILEO PRODUCTIONS INCLUSION AS 2008 WINNER
DALLAS, TX—The Ava Awards today announced 2008 Gold winner for international awards competitions to Galileo Productions, LLC recognizing three projects for inclusion and honorable mentions. The awards were given for outstanding achievement by creative professionals involved in the concept, writing, direction, shooting, and editing of audio-visual materials and programs. The three projects selected by the Ava Awards, include “Jump!”, honorable mentions in the sports category, “NJASID”, special events/business Gold winner and “The Mermaid Parade”, winner of the Gold 2008 Pro Bono award. There were over 2,200 entries throughout the United States, Canada and several other countries in the 2008 competition. Entries included film, analog and digital productions viewed in a wide variety of mediums from movie screens to televisions to computers. Entrants include video and film production companies, web developers, advertising agencies, PR firms, corporate and government communication departments, producers, directors, editors and shooters. Ava Awards is sponsored and judged by the Association of Marketing and Communication Professionals (AMCP). The international organization consisting of several thousand production, marketing, communication, advertising, public relations, and freelance professionals. AMCP administers recognition programs; provides judges and rewards outstanding achievement and service to the profession. As part of its mission, AMCP fosters and supports the efforts of creative professionals who contribute their unique talents to public service and charitable organizations. Ava entrants are not charged to enter work they produced pro bono. Over the past two years, AMCP’s Advisory Board gave out over $50,000 in grants to support the efforts of its members. That money was used for marketing materials for homeless shelters, orphanages, day camps, community theaters and art centers; and for programs for the elderly and disabled, childcare and educational endeavors for the underprivileged. Winners were selected from over 160 categories in three divisions; Television Productions, Video/Film Productions and Web Productions. About 15% of the entries won the Platinum Award, the organization’s top honor. A complete list of Platinum and Gold Winners can be found on the Ava Awards website at www.avaawards.com.
2008 AVA AWARD WINNER GALILEO PRODUCTIONS VISITS CONEY ISLAND FOR THE MERMAID PARADE.
On June 21, 2008 Galileo Productions Team, Susan Shaw, Kurt Hoss and James Ford Nussbaum visited Coney Island to witness first hand the famous Mermaid Parade that takes place each year on the boardwalk at Coney Island. It was a perfect day and the crew arrived early to catch the preparation and setup of the spectacular event. Shaw, Hoss and Nussbaum were able to meet and greet a variety of characters preparing for the days event and filed this report from the annual Mermaid Parade now heading into it's 25th year. It was an afternoon of surprises and wonderment. Enjoy this short 2008 AVA AWARD winning documentary on the parade.
New Distribution Deal Between Aquarius Health Care Media and Galileo Productions Helps Continue Programming Excellence
DIGITHEAD's ONLINE GAMBLING ADDICTION
"Portraits: Moving Forward"
June 25th, 2008: SHERBORN, MA: In an effort to continue programming excellence and distribution of quality health care media to hospitals, educational institutions and medical offices, Aquarius Health Care Media of Sherborn, MA has signed a three year agreement with Galileo Productions, LLC continuing distribution of their already successful property, "Portraits: Moving Forward" and acquiring rights to a new documentary, "Online Gambling Addiction". Both programs produced by award winning Galileo Productions will be available in the Aquarius catalogue this December. "We have already established a successful and productive relationship with Aquarius Health Care Media through our work together with "Portraits". Now their commitment to "Online Gambling Addiction", an episode from our "DIGITHEAD" series, solidifies Aquarius efforts to help us reach a larger audience and establish Galileo Productions as a supplier of quality content media not only regionally but globally", stated James Ford Nussbaum, Executive Producer of Galileo Productions, LLC. The award winning video "Portraits: Moving Forward" profiles three people afflicted with Bi-Polar Disorder including former NBA star Luther Wright who learned how to manage his illness and move forward towards a productive life. "Online Gambling Addiction", a new release through the Aquarius Catalogue profiles people addicted to gambling over the internet and tells their story while offering solutions to an ongoing problem in our hi tech society. It is part of the "DIGITHEAD" technology series produced and seen regionally on Cablevision by Galileo Productions. In a letter to Producer, James Nussbaum, Aquarius Health Care Media President Leslie Kussman emphasized her excitement about the Online Gambling Addiction project. Aquarius Health Care Media is located in Sherborn, MA. and is reachable at 888.440.2963. James Ford Nussbaum is reachable at Galileo Productions, LLC 973.328.1163 for more information.
2007 Davey Award: "Jump!"
"JUMP!", Winner of the 2007 International Davey Awards for Sports. Featuring the Rutgers University Double Dutch Jump Roping Team.
We welcome another addition of work with NJASID, The American Society of Interior Designers, New Jersey's chapter. The Lambertville seminars were stellar and challenging for video coverage. However, we took on the challenge and offered up additional crews when the meeting designers needed extra coverage. We thank NJASID for all of their past and present support.
..."X-Ploration is a good, from-the-heart introduction to the 12 string"... BASS PLAYER MAGAZINE, December 2007
12 String Bassist, Tony Senatore invites us into the studio during a typical day of recording his new album "Holy Land." We are proud, once again, to shoot this behind the scenes video for his latest album.
K9 Dogs bred and trained
THE SEEING EYE is a specialized school for blind person training for seeing eye dogs. Select groups of dogs living amoung families are instructed to guide and assist blind people. GALILEO PRODUCTIONS is proud to have been selected for production of their "Family Day" videos and other media needs. We are proud to list them as one of our clients.
Galileo Productions, LLC
Randolph videographer helps clients tell stories
Thursday, April 19, 2007
The job: James Nussbaum, a producer, videographer and editor, is the founder and executive producer of Galileo Productions in Randolph.
He is a 20-year veteran of broadcast television and has worked with all three networks and cable franchises.
Responsibilities: The job is a balance of interpersonal and technical skills.
Nussbaum consults with clients every day.
He said it is critical to be an active listener with each client. It's important to listen to learn their needs.
Each person has a story to tell, and Nussbaum enhances the story by tapping into the clients' inner star and producing the content effectively on tape.
Technical skills include writing and editing videos and DVDs. Conceptualizing and scripting are essential skills for this work.
Education: Nussbaum earned a bachelor's degree in mass communications from Emerson College with special training on AVID editing systems.
"An undergraduate degree is helpful but no special training is required. Rather, the technical, interpersonal and conceptual skills are learned on the job," he said.
"The learning is constant, and each day bring new challenges. A great source for professional development comes from your boss and clients."
Licensing is not required.
Salary: Depends on years of experience. Compensation as an entrepreneurial proprietor is unlimited.
Best part of job: Nussbaum enjoys making a video of a client's life. The tape is eternal and can be viewed by generations to follow.
The job also allows for lifelong learning and uses curiosity and creativity.
Worst part of job: High stress level because you have to meet deadlines. It is not the type of work for someone who wants a 9-to-5 job. Work often must be done on evenings and weekends because of the client's availability.
Keys to success: Temperamentally, you must have a thick skin and not take things personally, Nussbaum said. It's important to leave your ego on the doorstep.
"Storytelling concisely, with an opening, a middle and an end, is critical to success," he added.
Words of wisdom: "You're only as good as your last story, shoot or research."
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