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Meet Bruce Bowers Owner/CEO Of Juggernaut Animation Studio whohas been in the Entertainment business for over 20 years ! Comic Books, Music, Promotions, Photography, Record Label, Radio Host, Animator, we will discuss the state of his businesses and what'snext for Juggernaut Animatiom out of California ! Also I will ask him about his experience on being a Actor in The independent Hit Movie " Hope's Identity !
We're back this week with an all new episode and a guest!
I invited good friend and fellow comic book artist Phil Buck to the show and we'll be discussing the new Deadpool movie and the catch 22 that comes with animation and unions and all that Jazz.
plus, some one will prolly say penis and Kai will Zach Synder to go fuck himself (she has trouble letting things go.)
Host Lori Wilk, Executive Producer at BYL Network on the Money Channel welcomes students and faculty from the DMAC -Digital Media Arts College in Boca Raton to share their creative talents . We'll be talking to students and checking out their portfolios to learn more about what types of jobs they are seeking as they graduate from the Digital Media Arts College located in Boca Raton, Florida. Aylin Tito of the DMAC will share with our audience details about this school which stays open 24/7 making it possible for students to attend school to learn and gain experience when many others are sleeping. The state of the art equipment and technology available for students at this college will be discussed and you'll get to hear from some of the students about what's in their future. Join the live call-in show 347.237.5638 .You can watch programming on BYL Network 24/7 http://www.BYLNetwork.com Check out Lori's social media presence and Follow on Twitter@Successipes. Connect with Lori Wilk, a LinkedIn Open Networker, Facebook.com/LoriWilkPresents.
P&P talk to the twins Live with Artist Tammy Allen
Tammy is the Founder of 2050 Club and The 2050 Club Music Project. The organization teaches how to become a Level 2 Human, accelerate your personal experience and contribute to the evolution of our species.
She produced an animation music video for “This Is Our Time”, one of the songs of the music project. The animation characters begin in 2D, but they become 3D superheroes when they receive inner inspiration. The team is working on a movie script and garnering support for a crowd funding campaign in the fall of 2015.
Not according to Tim Rooney. He believes in "peoplemation before automation" and is passionate about releasing human potential and leadership development.
Tim Rooney, founder and President of PeopleMation LLC, is determined to help as many people as possible to release their enormous potential for greatness. The phrase, "peoplemation before automation" expresses his personal conviction that human beings have a virtually limitless potential for doing good. He brings hope and change to those who seek fulfillment instead of success at any cost.
After graduating in 1990 he studied animation and film at California Institute of the Arts, from 1990-92. His first job in animation was on the film The Pagemaster (1994) for which he was an effects animation assistant. He worked in the same capacity on Cats Don’t Dance (1997) before working as a visual development artist for Brad Bird on his un-produced film Ray Gunn. Since then Lou has continued working as a concept artist and art director on various projects including The Powerpuff Girls and The Iron Giant (1999). He was the production designer of Pixar’s The Incredibles (2004) for which he won an Annie
Award. He worked as a designer and lighting art director on the film Up
(2009). He left Pixar in 2008 and worked at Laika on various film projects.
Lou’s artwork has appeared on the cover of The New Yorker and has been
published in several books including The Art of (Up, The Incredibles and
Monsters, Inc), The Ancient Book of Myth & War and The Ancient Book of
Sex & Science. His work has been exhibited at Nucleus Gallery in Los
Angeles, the MoMA and Gallery Met in New York City. Lou has also acted
in films voicing characters for The Incredibles, Cars (2005) and Ratatouille
(2007). He is currently hard at work on The Little Prince an animation film that in post production and set for release in 2015 featuring the voices of Rachel McAdams, James Franco and Benicio Del Toro.You can email your questions to 123filmeasy@gmail.Follow us on Twitter @123Film
Yes, you're right, these movies have gone to the dogs, literally! Each feature under discussion are all films with dogs as their main theme. We have movies with real as well as animated dogs. Surprisingly, many of film's primary genres apply; drama, horror, suspense, tragedy and comedy. A wealth of emotions abound in these worthwhile, cinematic finds. Join us, and our four-legged companions, for a night of conversation about "man's best friend".
Emmy Award writer Brooks Wachtel joins us again on Chatting With Sherri to chat about his book; Lady Sherlock: Circle of the Smiling Dead, his teaching of animation writing and the award winning documentary; Silver Tsunami which he co-wrote and co-produced with Cynthia Harrison. The Silver Tsunami is a world-wide crises. We will be facing a global catastrophe of overwhelming proportions, with a multitude of diseases and costly care. http://www.silvertsunamimovie.com/
Music by "Cowboy Sting" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Even though it's been more than 3 years since the death of Apple Computer co-founder Steve Jobs, his presence is still felt in the industry he helped start. Whether you use a PC, a laptop, a tablet or a smartphone, there is some of Steve Jobs inside these devices. If you buy music online, Jobs was responsible for revolutionizing the way that music is bought and sold online. He even had a hand in bringing digital animation to fruition with his acquisition of Pixar. When it comes to revolutionizing the technological world in which we live, you'd be hard pressed to find an area in which Steve did not have an impact. In this episode of Working the Web to Win, we will look at how different the world would be had he not come along, as well as how his legacy is likely to continue for decades to come.