Know my stories… know me.

Making films is what I have been doing for other people for most of my life.  –  Helping others tell their stories… make their fortunes.  -Now it’s MY turn. –  I need YOUR help now. Please support my dream by purchasing the films we have to offer. I promise they will be thought provoking, entertaining and, occasionally, slightly uncomfortable. If you REALLY want to know ME… watch my movies!

All you have to do to order is CLICK DOWN THERE:

http://www.cineflixdod.com/channels/live-stream-with-john-schneider-july-14-2016/

Measure Twice… Cut once. 

Seems to be a need for people to fill a void. 

Sometimes filling that void is a good thing… Helping a little old lady across the street or picking up a piece of trash that’s blowing through a beautiful flower bed…

But sometimes…

Just because there is a rope hanging from a tree over a river full of your friends doesn’t necessarily mean you have to swing from it in a vain attempt to clear the heads and shoulders of your loved ones. 

Holidays are an excuse to have fun, to bond, to make new friends and strengthen old relationships. They are not an excuse to do something stupid or dangerous that may haunt you for the rest of your life. 

Ruthie, Bob and Laura in the set of “John Schneider’s One Month Out!”

Measure twice… Cut once. 

Thanks grandpa Schneider. Still a great lesson!

Now please go to the John Schneider Studios Facebook page and pre order “Like Son” for our massive watching of our first film released through CineFlixDOD on July 14th!

Live Stream With John Schneider July 14, 2016

Onward! 

 Schneider 

Car People

Did you know that every car at a car show represents hundreds of hours of family members spending time together?

Every shiny car has something wired by dad, straightened out by grandpa, polished by mom, picked up by grandma and tightened by a kiddo or three. 

Car restoration helps build cars but it also helps build memories. 

Every hop in an old vehicle and immediately find yourself back in grandpas lap? By dads side? Laughing with grandma?

Me too. 

Car people are good people!


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here is the link to all of our JSS/Maven trailers: dreamhere.instapage.com 

Announcing…

Cineflix Film Festival Registration

Diminishing appreciation

So many times I get the opposite response of what I’m looking for.

So many times I get the opposite response of what I’m looking for.

If you ever come in contact with this?

When did it become proper to answer “no problem” to the statement thank you?

If it sounds like I’m becoming more and more like my father in my old age, I am. Or am I just realizing I am more like my father?
How about
If it sounds like I’m becoming more and more like my father in my old age, I am. Or am I just realizing I am more like my father?

How about you? When you say thank you to someone is “no problem” the appropriate or solicited response? 

Or would you rather hear “you’re welcome?”

Personally I only say “thank you” when someone has gone above and beyond to do me some form of favor or they have gone the extra mile.

So… “No problem” means “I didn’t do anything special. It’s no big deal.”

I think that diminishes my appreciation of someone’s efforts. 

You?

I really want to know the answer. 

here is the link to all of our JSS/Maven trailers: dreamhere.instapage.com 

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