Frank DeMartini

Frank DeMartini

Frank DeMartini
Frank DeMartini














Frank DeMartini (Producer) began his entertainment career 20 years ago as an entertainment attorney. Soon he became a specialist in representing not only the above-the-line elements but also all aspects of motion picture and TV production from development through financing and distribution. His film credits include producer on the independent feature “Motel Blue” (1997) starring Sean Young and Robert Vaughn, “Crocodile” (2001) directed by horror icon Tobe Hooper, “Mozart and the Whale” (2006) starring Josh Hartnett and Radha Mitchell, and “Journey to the End of the Night” (2007) starring Brendan Fraser and Mos Def. His most recent film, “Mad Money” (2008) starring Diane Keaton, Queen Latifah, Ted Danson, and Katie Holmes opened on 2500 screens in January 2008 and was directed by Academy Award winner Callie Khouri. He has completed production on an M.O.W. for the ABC Family Channel entitled, “The Prince and Me 4 wich will air 2010. Frank has just completed shooting “Elephant White” in Thailand with Kevin Bacon and Djimon Hounsou.


Recent Articles

By Frank:

  • Trump’s Tax Plan

    But, there is lots of controversy that Trump's Tax Plan will also grossly benefit the rich. In the plan, he states he will lower the corporate tax rate to 15% from its current high of 35%. This seems like a major tax break for corporate America. However, in following his populist agenda, he also states he will force repatriation of funds from overseas by offering a one time tax of 10% of the non-taxed income that is currently being held outside of the United States. Afterwards, all offshore income will be subject to the regular 15% new corporate rate.

  • Al Ramirez for US Senate

    In my opinion, Al Ramirez is the man who can bring life back into the Party. He's strong and doesn't play fools. Most importantly, he's a Conservative. And, he's a real Conservative. Not, just another RINO running with the Republican moniker.

  • The Christmas Gift Movie

    The Christmas Gift takes place in New York City between Thanksgiving and Christmas Day. It follows a female corporate executive who thinks of nothing but business. She puts business ahead of everything else in her life. Through an accidental friendship with an ex-athlete who now runs a homeless shelter and a mysterious stranger, she comes to realize what she has been missing. In the process, she finds the love of her life. She also learns truly what Christmas means!

  • Goodbye Jeff Smisek

    Up until a few days ago, Jeff Smisek was the CEO of United Airlines. Then, what appears to be some influence peddling regarding the New York Port Authority was uncovered and Mr. Smisek is gone. As a frequent flyer of United Airlines and million miler, I must say good riddance.

  • Winning is the Only Thing

    In the next few weeks, Matt Harvey will have to decide whether his desire to win is more important than his potentially larger paycheck in the future. If we could read a crystal ball, we would know whether pitching a few extra innings make effect his future. But, we can't. Harvey is going to have to decide what to do. I just hope he goes against the grain and decides that winning matters and his teammates matter and the fans matter. It isn't just about him. It is about winning. He may never get another chance.

  • I am an American

    These are just some of the tenants of being an American. They are based on the thinking of the founding fathers and our rule of law for the past 230 or so years. You can label me a Republican. You can label me a Conservative. You can call me nuts. But, I'm sure you will find that most Americans agree with most of what is written here.

  • Appeasement

    “Peace in Our Time” – Neville Chamberlain 1938 “If we don’t approve this treaty, the alternative is war” – Barack Obama 2015 Do those two quotes sound similar?  Well, they are because they are both examples of appeasement. Appeasement is defined when dealing with foreign policy as follows:  to yield or concede to the belligerent…

  • Dr. Ben Carson

    Ben Carson grew up in a very poor family. In fact, they were broke. And, mom never once raised her kids on the dole. She worked and worked and took care of them. This instilled a work ethic in Mr. Carson that I'm sure led to his Conservatism. He went to school and then Med-School and eventually became the top pediatric neurosurgeon in the country and headed the department at Johns Hopkins. Additionally, he was the first person to successfully separate Siamese twins joined in the head.

  • Goodbye Politicians

    This leads to the simple question, how far will the electorate allow these non-politicians to go? When will the American populace either fully embrace the non-politicians or revert back to the mainstream politicians. My thinking is that it may never happen this cycle. In fact, some of the main stream politicians are really becoming also-rans - witness Rick Perry, Lindsey Graham and Rick Santorum.

  • GOP Debate Number 1

    Yesterday the whole world got to see the GOP Debate parade of candidates in two separate event, the "A" debate in prime time and the "B" debate in the late afternoon. Both of these two shows were televised by Fox News. In case you noticed, I called them shows. I didn't call them political forums or even a debate because in reality they were neither. The whole event was a presentation of the GOP Candidates for the presidency of the United States. In all likelihood, one of them will win the presidency in the next 15 months. At this point, the only question is which one will get the nomination?

  • Woodrow Wilson and Barack Obama

    When listening to President Obama's speech yesterday trying to sell the Iranian deal, it made me think even more of Woodrow Wilson. As you all know, Wilson tried to sell the Versailles Treaty and the League of Nations to the Senate. Wilson's idealism and thoughts of a Utopian world ending up failing as he couldn't muster enough votes to get the Treaty ratified. As a result, the League of Nations failed and World War II resulted.

  • It’s “Illegal” Immigration

    . . . no one is against legal immigration. So, when you conveniently leave the word illegal out of the narrative, many people will believe you are also including legal immigrants in your discussion. And, of course, people will sway to your side of the argument. They will feel sorry for the poor immigrant that is being abused by the system. However, when you say illegal, the whole narrative changes. Hence the manipulation.

  • Meet John Doe 2

    About three months ago, I wrote an article entitled Meet John Doe. In that article, I made what I believed was a strong argument that America was looking for someone new. I believe America wants someone to tell it like it is - someone who is not a career politician. I believe that even more strongly now and the polls actually show it.

  • The End of Tolerance

    Gay Marriage whether you like it or not, is a religious issue and is an issue of States' rights. The Supreme Court last week decided that thousands of years of precedent that marriage was between a man and woman didn't matter. OK. Whether they got it wrong or right doesn't matter either. They determined it and it is now the law of the land. However, in one of the well reasoned dissents it was quoted that the opposing argument to gay marriage has been branded by the pro-gay marriage crowd as homo-phobes or bigots if you disagree.

  • It’s all Greece to Me

    On Sunday, the Greek population voted to tell the EU to "f**k off."k In a historic rebuff of the EU and more specifically, France, Germany and Belgium, Greece said they would not accept the forced austerity measures being imposed upon them. In fact, 61% of the population of Greece, so no. It wasn't even close.

  • “Gone With the Wind” Gone?

    If some person wants to fly the Confederate Flag in a cemetery, or in his house, or some legislature decides to fly it on official ground, that is their right. If someone wants to remake "The Birth of a Nation," it is their right. You don't have to go and see it, but you can't stop them from doing it. And, more importantly, you can protest their doing it if you disagree. You just shouldn't be able to stop it.

  • What Does the Confederate Flag Mean?

    The point of this is very simple. The Confederate Flag is a historic document. Maybe it only belongs in museums. Maybe it belongs in Confederate cemeteries. Maybe it belongs in the annals of history and no where else. But, the mere fact that someone chooses to fly it does not make it a symbol of racism. It is a symbol of a different time and of a different culture.

  • The Donald Trump

    Yesterday, Donald Trump became the 10th or 11th or whatever Republican candidate for the White House. And, apparently, his declaration speech has got a lot of people convinced he is the man. To put it mildly, I was surprised at what I would have called a joke candidacy being taken so seriously - at least up until now.

  • Obamacare – Five Years Later

    As most of you know, sometime in the next few weeks, probably this Monday or next Monday, the Supreme Court will decide on the validity of one clause in Obamacare, that could throw the entire law into a shambles. The clause at issue effects whether the Federal Government can provide subsidies to states which have not set up their own exchanges. It's hard to believe that the validity of this one clause may send the whole statute into shambles.

  • Is George Pataki a Game Changer?

    Last week, George Pataki, ex-Governor of New York, announced his candidacy for President of the United States.  To put it mildly, I was very surprised.  As far as I knew, Pataki was not on anyone’s short list to be running.  At first, I was a little shocked at his announcement.  But, after thinking a little,…


14 Responses to "Frank DeMartini"

  1. Mr. DeMartini
    Thank you for posting an article about Frank Cervone. My step-father is a wonderful man. He has always treated me as if I was his own flesh & blood, even when I didn’t want him to. My husband, our 2 kids & myself spent this past Christmas holiday with Frank & Mom. No matter how bad he felt, he was always making sure that we were enjoying ourselves. I have never heard him complain about how unfair this disease is or feel sorry for himself. He is always smiling and willing to help anyone that he can. Frank is a fighter & inspires awe in those who are lucky enough to be called his family & friends. The world will be a little darker, when we lose him.

  2. Thanks for putting Frank Cervone’s story out there for others to see. He and his wife are great people and so strong in the face of such adversity. They are truly a love story that should be told amid the MSA story. Its been our honor to know them. And he truly has always cared for his community. There are so many good things to say about them. Keep up the good work and thanks again.

  3. Frank,

    Enjoyed the conversation concerning Ira Schwartz’s “In My Opinion” article concerning Michele Bachmann . I wish you success in your career and if you really believe what you wrote in your replies to me then you are a rare breed. I have a brother-in-law who is “in the business” (one of his earler gigs was as assistant director and upi on the television show “NewsRadio”). My sister and he are still married (due to her determination) and have a beautiful family. He is a nice enough sort but lives in that socially incestual bubble of La La Land. I have met many of their friends and his co-workers and I have come to believe that they really have no clue what “Middle America” is and believe that everyone feels the same as they do. Actually I am not sure if they even care what anyone thinks unless it agrees with their narrow view. Anyway good luck!

  4. Frank,

    What are your thoughts on the John Dickerson (CBS News)e-mail concerning the non-questioning of Michele Bachmann during the debate? As I have said the media has done everything they can to marginilize her and the sheeple acquiesce.

  5. Hi Frank,
    I’m the Guardian’s LA correspondent and am doing a story about Hollywood conservatives and would like to include your take. When you can spare me a few minutes please call, 6468421202, or email. Thanks.

  6. Interesting compendium of campaign contribution or registration allegiances of “celebs”. Probably not fully representative though. The leanings of Hollywood’s glitterati ARE important because theirs is a free soapbox yet they lack competence to speak with authority from. Many of the right would stay out of the fray because they are less vain than vociferous but emptyheaded leftists. Yet others who are aware of the wholesale blackballing of non Progressives only want to continue to see work. Explain why a Gore Vidal or an Alec Baldwin, or Matt Damon –true America haters — are a shoe in for casting as a general or statesman or Marine, or why Hanoi Jane gets to play Nancy Reagan? There’s gotta be others with equally alluring dentition, or “glutes,” that can read their lines. Then there are the behind the scenes Producers & writers who don’t have quite the visibility. The Weinsteins and their minions who picks and then mold the radical plotlines that demonize free enterprise and responsible living. Unless we as citizens become our own Observers, readers, researchers and spokespeople we remain under the tyranny of their Almighty Opinions on National Policy.


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