Tane on shoot
Tane on Shoot
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Camera and Teleprompter
Tane McClure is a lifelong film, television and music professional with over 50-plus Film Festival Awards
and nominations as well as earning the coveted LA Press Club - National Journalism Award. She has
worked on both sides of the camera and microphone as an actress, producer, writer, director, editor, VFX artist, film sound designer, and a professional singer under the name Tane Cain.
Tane has acted in over 70 films most notably playing Reese Witherspoon's mom in "Legally Blonde" as well as the cult classic "Crawlspace", "Cruel Intentions 2", "Shadow Hours", "Go"; A Woman Scorned II, regular co-starring role on the hit Showtime series "Sherman Oaks", guest spots on "Days of Our Lives", "BayWatch Nights", and many more. As a singer, under the name Tane Cain, she was a RCA Recording artist with the top 40 single "Holding On" and with her band "Tahnee Cain and Tryanglz", she wrote and performed three songs for the original "Terminator" motion picture soundtrack.
As a producer/director, some of Tane's winning and nominated productions include the National Journalism Award for the Fox LA News documentary, "Love Betty White: The Betty White Story", and the nominated "Just Call Me Hef: The Hugh Hefner Story", as well as the Emmy Nominated "Station Fires" for Fox News. She earned a "Best Fantasy Film" award for her full-length feature film "Trance" that she wrote, produced and starred in. The film was honored by the New York International Independent Film and Video Festival. McClure's other noteworthy projects include, "Big Shots" series with Emmy winning journalist Giselle Fernandez for Los Angeles Magazine, and the highly acclaimed "Inside Autism" an inspiring educational dramatic film about a boy with Autism, and the award winning short films "Rockstar", "Voyager 2150" with awards that include Best Short Film, Best Music, Best VFX, and many nominations including: Best Director, Best Editor, Best Sound Design, Best Sci-fi, Best Women's Short Film, Best Visual FX and more.
Tane's current feature film is "Séance Games - Metaxu" which she co-wrote, directed, produced, and edited. The film has already won over 36 Film Festival Awards and has been acquired by Gravitas Distribution set to be released early 2024.
Tane McClure is the daughter of actor Doug McClure, who is best known as "Trampas" from the western series "The Virginian" Tane became an actress at an early age playing the part of an orphan in "The Virginian" episode "Small Parades".
Tane McClure is the author of the critically acclaimed book: "Rescue Heart: A Love Story" based on her award-winning feature film screenplay.
Interesting trivia is that Tane McClure is also Professional Equestrian. She is a United States
Dressage Federation Association Silver Medalist accredited professional Rider and Trainer. Tane began as a Western rider and has also competed in the Hunter/Jumper Divisions.
She is a believer in being "limitless" and is excited to be developing new and exciting film projects with other like-minded talented producers and professionals.