Dallas Tanner Hollywood Producer/Director/Creator Feeds Doses Of High Octane TV To Adrenalin Junkies
Director Dallas Tanner Completes 200th episode of action sports, adventure and heading for feature films next.
California USA (I-Newswire) January 16, 2013 - Director Dallas Tanner Completes 200th episode of action sports, adventure and heading for feature films next.
Dallas Tanner, an American director and producer, is known for more than just creating more than over 200 episodes of TV for networks like CBS, ABC, Direct TV, Dish and clients worldwide. His core film work has centered around action sports, and filming dangerous adventures around the world. By becoming involved in television and film, he has worked with NASCAR and Indy Racing teams, the new craze in motorsports; Drifting, and Dallas was also trained to be a semi pro driver himself.
Since getting a taste of adventure filming in Hawaii in 2000 filming professional surfers and extreme sports athletes, Dallas says his greatest thrills are action and adventure filmmaking in an area where its extremely dangerous work. He has worked with legendary stunt pilots, base jumping, skydivers, and cross country rally racing with stunt men who train with the "Fast and Furious films." He himself has taken the helm, filming with sharks in the Pacific and high speed fighter jets over the Pacific Ocean. From the mid nineties onwards, 5 crew and adventure enthusiasts who worked on his films, were later killed in unrelated accidents while performing dangerous stunt filming demonstrating how fierce some of the filming really can be. A summary of his projects is listed below.
"This is the work I love to do, it keeps my heart pumping, and there is an audience around the world hungry for this sort of programming" stated Dallas Tanner. He stated his next adventures will carry him into motion pictures with a slate of films now being developed for the big screen.
About Dallas Tanner
After attending both business school Northeastern University in Boston, and The American Film Instit More..ute in Hollywood, he got his start in entertainment becoming a partner at the NYC Magazine and serving on the board of directors of several other lifestyle magazines. He then took over a Pacific based action sports TV production and magazine group taking him to Hawaii. He lived and operated one of the most influential action sports media companies supplying TV series for Fox Sports for several years. Here, Dallas became the executive producer and creator of one of the longest running action sports series in the world. In 2005, he than launched an all female version of the action sports series called "Destination X Hawaii," which was distributed to over 66 countries worldwide.Less..
Los Angeles, California USA
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Published On:January 16, 2013
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