Popular in Movies
SAJA, the South Asian Journalists Association, and SAMMA, South Asians in Media, Marketing and Entertainment Association, present the latest in their series of high-profile webcasts - via BlogTalkRadio.com - with some of the leading South Asian names in global media, arts, entertainment, politics and much more...
Acclaimed filmmaker Mira Nair's newest film THE RELUCTANT FUNDAMENTALIST releases in theaters Friday, April 26 in NY & LA, w/ additional US cities on Friday, May 3. Meet the director who brought you such hits as MISSISSIPPI MASALA, MONSOON WEDDING, NAMESAKE.
Based on Mohsin Hamid's novel, THE RELUCTANT FUNDAMENTALIST stars Riz Ahmed, Kate Hudson, Kiefer Sutherland, Liev Schreiber, Om Puri & Shabana Azmi. Joining us is actor Riz Ahmed - interview by SAJA's Aseem Chhabra, BTR's Chitra Agrawal & others.
Send your questions to @sajaHQ or email@example.com - or call-in LIVE!
Watch the trailer at: http://bit.ly/11ylqon
Hot Blues Music starting at High Noon-1pm PST/ 1pm-2pm MDT/3pm-4pm EST
Gary Farmer (and the Troublemakers)"Not Your Average Bunch"is what it says on his Myspace page. Gary & his band were last heard LIVE from Dante's in Seattle, WA on NAMAPAHH Radio airwaves back at the end of May 2009,which was a stop over for a big tour they were doing back then.
Gary Farmer & the Troublemakers are back on the road again with their new HOT CD out: Make A Change! To find out more about their tour & music,please go to: http://www.myspace.com/garyfarmerandthetroublema
A little about the Native American man with the mouth harp:Longtime actor & musician, Gary Farmer plays the harmonica & vocals with his band the Troublemakers; Jaime Bird Yellowhorse on guitar and vocals,John Longbow on bass & vocals, Logan Nix on drums.Farmer's first ever CD release,"Love Songs & Other Issues",2007 & new release "Lovesick Blues",2009.The new CD is full of standard blues songs from the likes of Junior Wells, Howlin' Wolf, John Lee Hooker, & Taj Mahal & originals like title track,"Lovesick Blues" & "Big and Strong".After a substantial career as an actor,filmmaker & cultural activist especially in the area of communications infrastructure for Native peoples and their communities."Been a long-time supporter of public radio, especially in & around rural and urban communities world wide--it's the best way to take back control of our own lives after years of colonial oppression & genocide."Entertaining content that furthers the prosperity of indigneous people worldwide. But in the end,the blues is the answer.
Gary currently lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico
We'll be featuring tracks from his new CD "Make A Change",produced by Gonzo Drive Records of Sante Fe, NM
2nd hour will be open Mic, discussion & more music by others....
Please visit www.imdb.com/name/nm0001200 for more information on his movie/television career.
Will Love & Friendship have another solid week with yet another theater expansion? What’s going on with the new contest featuring the ladies of The View? Which children’s classic is getting a remake? How should you set your lineup for Week 2 of the Summer Season? Find out all this and more on the official Fantasy Movie League podcast this week.
Wednesday, June 1, 2016 – 1:00PM-3:00PM Pacific (2:00-4:00pm Mountain; 3:00-5:00pm Central; 4:00-6:00pm Eastern)
This week on One Cell One Light Radio, Dr. Hildy welcomes film director Ben Berkowitz, for a discussion on vampires through cinema history, and how vampire lore has changed throughout the last century.
A writer/director based in Los Angeles, Ben Berkowitz directed the award-winning feature film Polish Bar released by Kinetic Media in 2014 and currently available on iTunes, Amazon, and most Cable On Demand. Polish Bar stars Oscar nominee and Emmy winner Judd Hirsch, Richard Belzer, Vincent Piazza, Meat Loaf and James Badge Dale. Ben also recently acted in several projects including Chronic, the English language debut of multiple Cannes prize- winning writer/director Michel Franco, in which he co-starred with Tim Roth.
From the earliest appearance of a vampire in FW Murnau’s Nosferatu, to the modern television series of Vampire Diaries, True Blood, and The Strain, vampire lore has evolved greatly. In Nosferatu, Count Orlok is...
Tonight on The Fanboys Cafe MONSTERCAST Podcast - we're talking MORE BIGFOOT! Tune in at 6:30 for the latest BIGFOOT NEWS!
Designer Jenny Beavan earned a reputation for detailed and historically accurate work with a host of Oscar nominations, many for her frequent collaborations on Merchant Ivory costume dramas. In this capacity, Beavan had as important a role as the actors, given the task of creating styles that were at once pleasing to the eye and appropriate for and evocative of the characters she was outfitting. After impressive work designing for theater and the opera, with credits including 1973's "Carmen" starring Placido Domingo, Beavan made her debut creating clothing for Peggy Ashcroft for a 1979 Merchant Ivory TV-movie "The Hullabaloo Over Georgie and Bonnie's Pictures" and segued to the big screen assisting costumer Judy Moorcroft on the filmmakers' "The Europeans". In 1984 Beavan began her partnership with costume designer James Bright, an alliance that would lead to six Oscar nominations including one for their debut, the Merchant Ivory filming of Henry James' suffragist drama "The Bostonians". Two years later the designers would win an Academy Award for their follow-up, another Merchant Ivory film based on a literary work, E.M. Forster's "A Room With a View". Here Beavan added to the beautiful Florence-set production with genuine Victorian costumes, more constricting to illustrate uptight Charlotte Bartlett (Maggie Smith) and a looser silhouette for freer spirit George Emerson (Julian Sands).She won her second Academy Award for for Mad Max: Fury Road. Beavan also received a Tony Award nomination for Best Costume Design for the play Private Lives. You can email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or follow us on Twitter @123Film
Tune in for our EXCLUSIVE interview with actor Marcus Chong The Matrix & Panther). Marcus finally breaks his silence on why his character Tank was written out of The Matrix Reloaded and how being labeled a terrorist by Warner Bros Studios nearly destroyed his career.
Show Hosted by Linda Madison and Phil John
Marvel has become one of the most important production houses in all of Hollywood. They release one or two blockbusters a year that theaters have come to count on for box office. They have a trademark style, trademark stars playing their characters and trademark flourishes like the after credits teases that set them apart from any films being made today. This week marks the official launch of PHASE 3 with CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR. Here we go over what makes them special, what PHASE 1 and 2 were all about and where we are headed with PHASE 3.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe, starting its third phase, spans 13 movies and counting. Phase 3 plans on being one of the most ambitious in terms of storytelling and in testing the possibility of a saturated market. The Superhero Genre has dominated cinemas since 2008 when Robert Downey Jr. donned the Iron Man armor and Warner Brothers has just recently started a DC Cinematic Universe to mediocre effect with BATMAN VS. SUPERMAN. Have audiences tired of capes, costumes and villains. Marvel transcends because of their unique abilities with storytelling.
The most interesting aspect to Marvel's success is that the movies often transcend genre. Marvel has done a great job of establishing heroes and using them in not only traditional Superhero stories but also genre movies that happen to have a superhero in them. CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE FIRST AVENGER not only provides an origin for our beloved hero but plays as a great World War II adventure movie in the mold of THE DIRTY DOZEN. GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY is not only an introduction to obscure Marvel Heroes but a rousing space action adventure akin to STAR WARS. Its most recent film ANT MAN also used a lesser hero and made his origin story into a rousing action/comedy heist film.
On this episode of The Lost Podcast, Jay and Jack are joined by LOST actor Jorge Garcia (Hurley) in honor of their Make-a-Wish charity campaign that was postponed back in April. This podcast was recorded in mid-April 2016. Join their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/groups/jayandjackgroup.
Become a Jay and Jack Patron! Check out their Patreon page for more information at www.patreon.com/jayandjack.
Subscribe l Become a Patron l Join Our Facebook Group
Join Host Live Chats
- Awakenings with Michele Meiche (10 chatters)
- Goldylocks Productions (4 chatters)
- Red Fox Radio (4 chatters)
- Over The Rainbow Show (3 chatters)
- The Angel Heart 4 You Radio Channel (3 chatters)
- The Spiritual Concepts Show (3 chatters)
- Bible News Radio (3 chatters)
- I AM A SUPERWOMAN RADIO (2 chatters)
- nXphase Records (2 chatters)
- Red River Radio (1 chatters)
- THE Collision of Faith Politics (1 chatters)
- MusicaLA (1 chatters)
- 8 Minutes of Prayer (1 chatters)
- Autistic People (1 chatters)
- BITEradio me (1 chatters)
- Cosmic Philosopher (1 chatters)
- Gatewoods Legacy Radio (1 chatters)