Ferreira Fest 6

published June 2010

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Ferreira Fest 6

My, how time flies – it’s already time for Ferreira Fest 6, the once-a-month celebration of Louis Ferreira’s work! Grab a drool bucket and come along for a collection of pictures, videos, interviews and more.

 

First off – PERFECT TIMING!! Joe Mallozzi announced in his blog that he’s roped Louis in for an exclusive Q&A. Run, do not walk, and post your questions at his weblog. The call for questions is in the June 18th entry. Feel free to go beyond SGU with your questions – he’s certainly done enough.

 

Here is a contribution from ImmerRDA who provided a link to Brian J. Smith’s Twitter Photos, which contains a great behind the scenes shot of Louis during a pre-series gun training. Thanks for the link!

And from Super Sleuth ashimon here is a link to a website with images from the Canadian TV series Letters to God. If anyone out there taped this show, would you please PM me? And thanks to ashimon for digging this up!

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If you didn’t catch the hilarious video clip with Louis and Jamil modeling the SGU space suits, here is the link again – another opportunity for our man to clown around!

 

And another video – this was the opening theme for the TV series “Urban Angel” from 1991 so it’s practically a baby video of a very young Louis Ferreira. If anyone has this show on tape – please PM me. You shall be richly rewarded!

Next up: a nice interview with Elyse Levesque (Chloe Armstrong on SGU) on ColonelEz.com where she says some very nice things about Louis.

Finally, filming has wrapped on Bradley Striker’s short film “Family Time” featuring Louis Ferreira. You can keep up with news about this project here.

Remember to check on upcoming TV appearances HERE. At posting time we could look forward to CSI, True Confessions of a Hollywood Starlet, and Renegades – featuring none other than Lou Diamond Philips (Col. David Telford on SGU) and again a very very young Louis. Don’t miss it!

That’s it for this time – don’t forget to post your questions to Louis at http://josephmallozzi.wordpress.com/

As always, if you have any links about Louis Ferreira to share with others please PM me and I will post them in an upcoming Ferreira Fest!


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