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Tony is an multi award winning film maker who first worked on the iconic TV series “The Avengers” and has since made over one  hundred films worldwide such as “The Kids are Alright” working with iconic stars like Michael Caine, The  Who, Roger Moore, Deep Purple, Lee  Marvin and many other huge talents such as Elmer Bernstein, Maurice Jarre, Henry Mancini, James Galway and Mickey Rooney.

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"Sisters" Wins Award at
The Colorado International Film Festival

We are very excited to announce that "Sisters" has been selected as an award winner at the Colorado International Activism Film Festival!

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Movie Date

Ushering in the 3rd month of 2021,

Tony was interviewed by Donna Lefont of 'Food Film Music' to discuss life, film, & leaving a mark on the world.


The havana chronicles

New film pages have been added to tdklinger about an upcoming series of projects -

The Havana Chronicles

Hot, steamy, innocence blown away by intense sudden and unexpected, extreme violence. A beautiful girl seeks to destroy her family and everyone around her.

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Joe Sultana Joins Give-Get-Go!

Give-Get-Go, the media organisation headed up by filmmaker Tony Klinger today announced the appointment of Joseph (Joe) Sultana as its Chief Operations Officer with immediate effect.

"Joe comes to GGG with his tremendous enthusiasm, energy and knowledge of what it's like to get things done as an engineer and in the school of hard knocks of an entertainment entrepreneur. That's the kind of man we want, methodical but prepared to take on all challenges and keep going, and besides which he's a great guy."

Joseph will be responsible for Operations across all aspects of GGG including Films, Documentaries, Coaching, Education and Audio.

To quote Joe, "I jumped at the chance to join Tony and the Give-Get-Go family to deliver top quality entertainment, training and educational services. It's a young company but it's built on the Klinger family's history in the film and entertainment industry going back to the 1950's. The past was great but the future for GGG is even better and more exciting."

Sultana, whose own original story Reaper's Shadow became a script written by Klinger that GGG then produced as an audio production now ready for release and will be followed by sequels, novels and an e-game and a feature film. The pair came together when the Romford Film Festival organised by Joseph Sultana awarded Klinger with their Lifetime Achievement Award.