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  • 02:03

    Type1RadioLounge Midweek Special with Michael Allen

    in Art

    On this midweek extra episode we welcome Michael Allen into the Lounge. 


    Since 1995, Michael has been creating projected environments for bands, art galleries, and clubs from coast to coast.  He uses 16mm projectors, slides, video projectors, mixers, and VJ software as well as custom screens and found footage from his massive collection of content to build and manipulate visual installations that tantilize the eyes - as well as the mind. Michael's revolutionary EYEONASPHERE looks rather amazing !


    Join us for chats on Michael's work, Burning Man & of course SYNC !


    http://www.project-ions.com


    https://www.facebook.com/groups/Type1Radio/

  • 00:37

    Military Propaganda, Black Negative Stereotypes, You Be The Media!

    in Education

    Listen to the conversation… Inspired by Dr. Umar Johnson, Frederick Douglass descendant-Combating  Propaganda, Negative Stereotypes!
     … We must be the Media!  


    "Hitler used a propaganda military campaign before he began to physically exterminate the Jewish people. The national mindset had been conditioned to accept the extermination to come."  The negative proganda is not about the quality it's about the volume!


    Watch Dr. Johnson http://bit.ly/The_Gist_of_Black_militaryPropaganda


    Join Lumumba Camara Abrafo on The Gist of Freedom www.blackhistoryblog.com


    MALCOLM X WITH CAMERA


    Malcolm X, black nationalist leader, is shown with his 16mm Bell and Howell motion picture camera at JFK International airport, July 9, 1964, prior to his departure for Egypt and Africa and the African Nations Conference.  (AP Photo/Matty Zimmerman) AP1964

  • 00:34

    Propaganda, Combating Black Negative Stereotypes, You Be The Media!

    in Education

    Listen to the conversation… Inspired by Dr. Umar Johnson, Frederick Douglass descendant-Combating  Propaganda, Negative Stereotypes!
     … We must be the Media!  


    "Hitler used a propaganda military campaign before he began to physically exterminate the Jewish people. The national mindset had been conditioned to accept the extermination to come."  The negative proganda is not about the quality it's about the volume!


    Watch Dr. Johnson http://bit.ly/The_Gist_of_Black_militaryPropaganda


    Join Lumumba Camara Abrafo on The Gist of Freedom www.blackhistoryblog.com


    MALCOLM X WITH CAMERA


    Malcolm X, black nationalist leader, is shown with his 16mm Bell and Howell motion picture camera at JFK International airport, July 9, 1964, prior to his departure for Egypt and Africa and the African Nations Conference.  (AP Photo/Matty Zimmerman) AP1964

  • 01:27

    Sasquatch Watch Radio: Guest Bill Munns

    in Paranormal

    Join us Tuesday night October 22,2013 at 9pm eastern as we invite Bill Munns to the show.  Generally, Bill is described as a makeup artist, a "creature guy" (one who makes creature costumes for films and TV), a costume expert (although the general and popular meaning of "costume" is some type of tailored cloth apparel, and makeup artists usually don't do that, instead making body suits of rubber, resinous plastics, and fur materials). It was this professional background which first brought him to actively research the Patterson-Gimlin film, as he intended to apply his knowledge of fur costumes and "ape suits" to the debate about the film, because many people are of the opinion that what is seen in the film is a hoaxed event with a human wearing some kind of fur suit.   But he is also a world-champion wildlife artist, a museum exhibit model designer, a theme-park and entertainment robotics designer, a computer graphics professional with expertise in 3D visualizations (including archaeological visualizations of ancient architectures), a film-maker (with a fair amount of experience in 16mm film and editing), a fairly proficient photographer, an inventor (with one patent so far to his credit, for a character animation software system), and a person with a lifelong love of the natural sciences.   So the fact that his analysis effort on the PG film has expanded beyond the original goal, the issue of a possible fur suit and a hoax, and broadened to include more diverse areas of study, simply reflects the fact that his life and accomplishments as well have been over many diverse areas of education and accomplishment.

  • Rex Sikes' Movie Beat chats with author/director John Gaspard PT 3

    in Film

    John Gaspard PT 3 has directed and/or produced six low-budget features, including the digital feature, Grown Men, which premiered at the Ashland International Film Festival and won the “Best of Fest/Best Screenplay” award at the Black Point Film Festival. He directed and co-wrote the award-winning feature film, Beyond Bob, and directed the science-fiction comedy feature film, Resident Alien. He has directed features on 16mm, digital video, analog video, and produced and directed the first feature film in Super 8mm single-system sound.His blog, “Fast, Cheap Movie Thoughts,” (http://fastcheapmoviethoughts.blogspot.com/) has been named "One of the 50 Best Blogs for Moviemakers" by Moviemaker Magazine and "One of The 100 Best Blogs For Film and Theater Students" by BestUniversity.com. John's books include Fast, Cheap and Under Control: Lessons Learned from the Greatest Low-Budget Movies of All Time, and Fast, Cheap and Written That Way: Top Screenwriters on Writing For Low-Budget Movies. He also co-authored, with Dale Newton, the books Digital Filmmaking 101: An Essential Guide to Producing Low-Budget Movies (first and second editions) and Persistence of Vision: An Impractical Guide to Producing A Feature Film For Under $30,000. He was also a writer and story editor for the international television comedy/western series, Lucky Luke, starring Terence Hill. "We never put out an actual textbook for the Corman School of Filmmaking, but if we did, it would be Fast, Cheap, and Under Control." Roger Corman "An entertaining and very informative read. It's just the ticket for beginning filmmakers, demonstrating how cleverness can count more than money in filmmaking." John Badham (Director, Saturday Night Fever, Wargames,)  Stay tuned to Rex Sikes Movie Beat for other great archived interviews, cast and crew listings, events, festivals, premieres, and more at http://www.rexsikes.com

  • 01:02

    Christian Devotions Speak UP! with Rich Christiano

    in Movies

    Join us this week on Christian Devotions SPEAK UP! when Scott McCausey interviews award winning filmographer and co-founder of Christianmovie.com, Rich Christiano.
    In 1977, twin brothers Dave and Rich Christiano left their hometown of Waterloo, New York and drove out to Hollywood, California with high hopes and big dreams. Rich had written a high school script called The Valedictorian and was hoping this would lead to a career in Hollywood. After negotiations with a few producers and one contract offer, Rich never signed and the movie was never produced. Then something happened that changed the whole direction of the Christiano Brothers lives. They found Christ.
    At age twenty-eight, in the summer of 1985, Dave wrote, produced, and directed his first film called The Daylight Zone. It was a Christian version of the old TV series, The Twilight Zone. Rich co-financed the project. Filmed in south Texas, the movie was shot on 16mm film and released by Christiano Brothers Films in the spring of 1986. The brothers opened a small office and they were off and running.
    Today they have produced, written, and filmed numerous films. Movies like Time Changer, Unidentified, and The Secrets of Jonathan Sperry are at the core of what www.christianmovies.com is all about. Discover the importance of Christian, family movies though the strong testimony of Rich Christiano.

  • 00:31

    Film the Other Format

    in Film

    This Episode of "Behind the Lens" focuses on the topic is Film Dying? Is it on the attack by the digital media.
    There have been several developments in the last few years in the area of digital cameras for film making.  This is primarily because of the move  towards digital technology, and the advent of more professional digital cameras that have rivaled the look of film and are indeed changing the way we shoot a story from script to screen.
    Some are saying that since many more professionals and independent filmmakers in Hollywood and across the Country are embracing these new professional digital cameras that film is on it's way out.
    We will look at a number of bloggers today, and will be available via Skype, chat, and email to talk about whether or not a media that has not changed much since the 1890's is going away like so many other media's that have been replaced.

  • 02:03

    PORTRAITS OF EL MALECON

    in Film

    CoHost: Mover and shaker of DocMiami.org Monica Rosales.
    Filmmaker Sheldon Schiffer, befriends several Havaneros whose relationship with the wall provides meaning and mental subsistence in very different ways. With a 16mm Arriflex camera of a nostalgic vintage, Schiffer invites his subjects to compose a portrait of their most meaningful view on the Malecon - one that symbolizes their station in life, both personally and politically. Each of his subjects, a poet-intellectual, a musician, two prostitutes, an aging historian, and three young students with time on their hands, each connect their personal ambitions and attitudes toward Cuba as they collaborate with the filmmaker to create a cinematic 'portrait' of the seawall, and ultimately one of themselves.

  • 01:08

    Rex Sikes' Movie Beat chats with author/director John Gaspard PT 2

    in Film

    John Gaspard PT 2 has directed and/or produced six low-budget features, including the digital feature, Grown Men, which premiered at the Ashland International Film Festival and won the “Best of Fest/Best Screenplay” award at the Black Point Film Festival. He directed and co-wrote the award-winning feature film, Beyond Bob, and directed the science-fiction comedy feature film, Resident Alien. He has directed features on 16mm, digital video, analog video, and produced and directed the first feature film in Super 8mm single-system sound.His blog, “Fast, Cheap Movie Thoughts,” (http://fastcheapmoviethoughts.blogspot.com/) has been named "One of the 50 Best Blogs for Moviemakers" by Moviemaker Magazine and "One of The 100 Best Blogs For Film and Theater Students" by BestUniversity.com. John's books include Fast, Cheap and Under Control: Lessons Learned from the Greatest Low-Budget Movies of All Time, and Fast, Cheap and Written That Way: Top Screenwriters on Writing For Low-Budget Movies. He also co-authored, with Dale Newton, the books Digital Filmmaking 101: An Essential Guide to Producing Low-Budget Movies (first and second editions) and Persistence of Vision: An Impractical Guide to Producing A Feature Film For Under $30,000. He was also a writer and story editor for the international television comedy/western series, Lucky Luke, starring Terence Hill. "We never put out an actual textbook for the Corman School of Filmmaking, but if we did, it would be Fast, Cheap, and Under Control." Roger Corman "An entertaining and very informative read. It's just the ticket for beginning filmmakers, demonstrating how cleverness can count more than money in filmmaking." John Badham (Director, Saturday Night Fever, Wargames,) "I wish I'd read this book before I made Re-Animator." Stuart Gordon Stay tuned to Rex Sikes Movie Beat for other great archived interviews, cast and crew listings, events, festivals, premieres, and more at http://www.rexsikes.com

  • 01:30

    Rex Sikes' Movie Beat chats with author/director John Gaspard

    in Film

    John Gaspard has directed and/or produced six low-budget features, including the digital feature, Grown Men, which premiered at the Ashland International Film Festival and won the “Best of Fest/Best Screenplay” award at the Black Point Film Festival. He directed and co-wrote the award-winning feature film, Beyond Bob, and directed the science-fiction comedy feature film, Resident Alien. He has directed features on 16mm, digital video, analog video, and produced and directed the first feature film in Super 8mm single-system sound.His blog, “Fast, Cheap Movie Thoughts,” (http://fastcheapmoviethoughts.blogspot.com/) has been named "One of the 50 Best Blogs for Moviemakers" by Moviemaker Magazine and "One of The 100 Best Blogs For Film and Theater Students" by BestUniversity.com.

    John's books include Fast, Cheap and Under Control: Lessons Learned from the Greatest Low-Budget Movies of All Time, and Fast, Cheap and Written That Way: Top Screenwriters on Writing For Low-Budget Movies.

    He also co-authored, with Dale Newton, the books Digital Filmmaking 101: An Essential Guide to Producing Low-Budget Movies (first and second editions) and Persistence of Vision: An Impractical Guide to Producing A Feature Film For Under $30,000. He was also a writer and story editor for the international television comedy/western series, Lucky Luke, starring Terence Hill.

    "We never put out an actual textbook for the Corman School of Filmmaking, but if we did, it would be Fast, Cheap, and Under Control." Roger Corman

    "An entertaining and very informative read. It's just the ticket for beginning filmmakers, demonstrating how cleverness can count more than money in filmmaking." John Badham (Director, Saturday Night Fever, Wargames,)

    "I wish I'd read this book before I made Re-Animator."
    Stuart Gordon

    Stay tuned to Rex Sikes Movie Beat for other great archived interviews, cast and crew listings, events, festivals, premieres, and more at http://www.rexsikes.com

  • 01:00

    "Bigfoot Patterson Case True Or False with Jeff Hilling?"

    in Paranormal


    http://www.pattersonfilm.com/


    Join me and Jeff Hilling tonight as we discuss the pros and cons of
     perhaps the most well known Bigfoot case in
    history The Patterson Case
    Jeff is convinced the Patterson footage is real and not a man in a suit
    as some claim. Jim has spent considerable time researching this case
    trying to prove or disprove the validity of the film he has also been
    on The Tom Biscardi Show discussing this issue. Jeff welcomes all
    feedback whether it agrees with his opinion or not

    excerpt from website

    The
    1967 Roger Patterson and Bob Gimlin film is the second most analyzed
    film in world history. Only the Zupruder film of the Kennedy
    assassination has been studied more. Was it just a man in a gorilla
    suit, or was it really an unknown creature. After 40 plus years, the
    952 frames of 16mm film are still hotly debated amongst believers and
    skeptics alike. Could an "average joe" former rodeo rider put together
    such an elaborate hoax, that has not been disproved to this day?

    In 1966 Patterson self-published paperback book entitled "Do Abominable
    Snowmen of America really exist?" this established Patterson in the
    bigfoot business. Some say if you are in the cryptozoology field, and
    do not come up with any substantial evidence, you will ultimately quit,
    or resort to "hoaxing" in order to promote your work. (i.e. book,
    movie, website, tv show etc.) This is one possible motivation Patterson
    may have had for a hoax. On the other hand, a believable hoax would
    take a significant amount of funds