Melissa Schneider Show ProducerMelissa Schneider is one of the show producers of The All for Nots web show, along with Kathleen Grace, the director of the show, and Thom Woodley, composer, writer and actor. The All for Nots episodes were released by Dinosaur Diorama, a production company specialized in serialized web shows. The All for Nots show features the life of an indie bands that tours the country, looking for musical gigs. The show combines two movie genres: comedy and documentary. The producers shot behind the scenes footage, which they kept in the show for a sense of realism. The raw, unedited and uncut scenes are the ones that point out to the fact that the show is also a documentary.
Schneider worked for all 12 episodes of the show, while also adding a short movie to her resume. She was the co-producer for A Reasonable Hypothesis. Melissa is also an actress, staring in the popular The Sopranos TV series as a photographer’s assistant.
Schneider and her two other colleagues, Woodley and Grace, produced the show under the guidance of the Michael Eisner, the famous businessman and former chief executive for Disney.
The All for Nots show reveals the life of an indie band in search for music inspiration. Produced by Michael Eisner, the tagline of the show reveals the fact that the band will conquer the World Wide Web if they don’t run out of gas on their way. The show is an online production, aired on cable or satellite HDNet. The online show has only 24 episodes so far, each one of them named after a city in the United States. The first episode is called Brooklyn. Up next are Providence, Boston, Woodstock, State College, Philadelphia, Jersey City, Queens, East Village, Washington DC, Cleveland, Chicago, St. Mary's, Detroit, Madison, Minneapolis, Odessa, Kansas City, Boulder, Cheyenne, Salt Lake City, Reno, Olympic Valley and L.A.