LDM Publishing (ldmworld.com) announced today its short film, “Chasing Time,” written and directed by Oliver Richman (oliverrichman.com), has been named Best Non-Broadcast (short film) in the 42nd Annual Telly Awards, winning three Silver awards and one Bronze.
It’s All in the Family as Oliver Richman and His Mother, Lisa Dawn Miller, Daughter of Legendary Songwriter, Ron Miller, Each Bring Home Wins at the 2021 Telly Awards
Both Titles By Have Been Shortlisted for Public Voting/Rating For the 42nd Annual People’s Telly Awards – Rating Platform for Public Voting Closes April 23, 2021
The Telly Awards annually showcases the best work created within television and across video, for all screens. “Chasing Time,” written and directed by Oliver Richman has been nominated in two People’s Telly Awards categories and can be viewed and voted for by the public on the Telly Awards rating platform.
Lisa Dawn Miller – The acclaimed singer, songwriter, recording artist, veteran musical producer and stage performer in the long running musical “Sandy Hackett’s Rat Pack Show” – talks about her latest music, new LDM Publishing company, and her son Oliver Richman’s latest singles. Lisa is the daughter of legendary songwriter Ron Miller.
Keeping the spirit alive of his iconic grandfather, famed songwriter Ron Miller, 18-year-old actor/singer Oliver Richman releases a powerful, piano-only ballad entitled “I Can See.” Oliver is the first artist to release the track written by his late grandfather when it was discovered after Miller’s passing in 2007.
A Newly Released Music Video of the Same Song, Recorded and Filmed by Oliver When He Was 10 Years Old, Accompanies the 2018 Recording
Multi-talented 18-year-old singer/actor Oliver Richman (https://oliverrichman.com/) releases a stunning rendition of his late grandfather, Ron Miller’s holiday classic, “Someday at Christmas.” The song is available on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon and YouTube.
After Performing ‘One Little Christmas Tree’ Live with Stevie Wonder Eight Years Ago, Oliver Richman Takes on Another Motown Standard Written by Iconic Songwriter, Ron Miller