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PRESENTING Film EDERtorials: An Andrew Eder Interview



On Feburary 25th, 2016, TGNR’s Managing Editor Paul K. DiCostanzo had the pleasure of interviewing Andrew Eder, media professional and Producer/Host of YouTube’s cinematic special, Film EDERtorials.

Meet Andrew Eder

Andrew Eder’s Film EDERtorials is a fantastic combination of not simply opinion on recent films, but an incredibly accessible expert breakdown of their production. Film EDERtorials goes beyond the standard thumbs up, thumbs down format; as Mr. Eder uses his ability as a natural communicator and storyteller to give the audience an insiders look into their favorite recently released films.

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The Andrew Eder Film EDERtorials Interview – The Down Low

In this interview, Mr. Eder discusses his young life, professional accomplishment, aspirations, and love of film. TGNR is proud to syndicate Film EDERtorials, as well as working with Mr. Eder in the future. TGNR hopes you enjoy this fascinating introduction to this very talented and upcoming film pioneer, and his wonderful program.

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Paul K. DiCostanzo is the Managing Editor for TGNR. He is a noted public speaker, an emerging historian of the Second World War, a vocal advocate for Crohn’s Disease/Ulcerative Colitis, and highly regarded interviewer. Paul K. DiCostanzo is Co-Host for the A.D. History Podcast. The A.D. History Podcast explores world history of the last 2000 years in an unprecedented fashion; with each episode covering a 10 year period beginning in 1AD, until reaching the present day. Ultimately finding the forgotten, as well as overlooked threads of history, and weaving a tapestry of true world history. Paul is author of the reader submitted Q&A column: WW2 Brain Bucket. The Brain Bucket answers readers submitted questions on all things regarding the Second World War. Paul has served as Managing Editor for TGNR since March 2015. Prior to TGNR, Paul has a background in American National Security and American Foreign Policy.