Harvey Gerst

An interview with nationally acknowledged recording engineer Harvey and his wife, Karen Gerst, with a recording session at Indian Trail Recording studio in Denton county (Krum, TX) for Rachel Yeatts on “Feet That Go Like This”. Rachel, a Creative Writing professor at UNT, released a CD, Paradise Mountain. Some narration by Gene Carter; interview by Mike Miller.

  • Mike Miller
    The Otherside at DCTV 2010 - present
  • Mike Miller
    awards for short story, poetry, drama, and tv adaptation
  • Mike Miller
    Creatives of North Texas at DCTV
  • Harvey and Karen Gerst, Rachel Yeatts
    Key Cast
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    28 minutes 37 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    October 28, 2015
  • Production Budget:
    500 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
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  • https://vimeo.com/70359535
    aired on DCTV
    April 22, 2015
  • https://vimeo.com/110784420
    Our Daily Bread
    July 16, 2014
    aired on DCTV many months
Director Biography - Mike Miller

After completing Masters in English, I worked for five years as an interviewer in north Dallas at Professional Resume and Writing service. I have been interested in film for many years, attending art movies etc. I have worked as a volunteer for DCTV for five years with no sponsorship, financing scheduling and promotion of my shows, going to pick up guests who do not have cars sometimes, attending music shows around town to research artists, attending and performing at 35 Denton. Recently provided press video coverage for Oaktopia, filming many acts during the weekend, sharing on facebook. Many of those videos received 100s of views locally.

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Director Statement

My goal is to provide positive journalism which promotes peace, goodwill and hope for everyone no matter what and to stand against negativity which incites violence and hatred.