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Will Hirsch is a Writer and Director from Arizona. He studied filmmaking at SCC and has written 2 features for Independant producers and is currently working on 2 more.
And be sure and hang out after the interview, as Hammer will have the latest news, as well as box office, celebrity gossip....and maybe make a couple of live calls.
If you would like to come into the studio and ask Mr Hirsch a question or two, the number to call is 646-595-3032.
Jill Campbell (Director) has worked as a director, producer and writer on
numerous documentaries and narrative projects.She is currently working on "Mr Chibbs",a documentary about former NYC and NBA legend Kenny Anderson. (www.mrchibbs.com) Her other credits include Dancing Across Borders,directed by Anne Bass (First Run Features), Never Stand Still,
filmed at Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival; Out of Print which premiered at Tribeca
Film Festival, and The Hamlet of Canfield Gardens a poetic exploration of Jill’s
mentor, British playwrighter Bernard Kops. Jill’s narrative short After Tomorrow
premiered at the Henley Film Festival (UK) and was produced by SBK
Filmmaking (Killer Films/Stony Brook Southampton’s 20/20/20 program) under
the guidance of Producer Christine Vachon. Jill was one of 20 filmmakers to
receive a scholarship to 20/20/20’s inaugural film program where she directed and
produced After Tomorrow and a web episode of Zoe. Jill is also a critically acclaimed
playwrighter. Her work has appeared nationally and internationally at venues
including La MaMa, Mabou Mines, Dublin Fringe Festival and The Actors Studio.
She is a candidate for her MFA in documentary at Hunter College’s IMA program.
Campbell is a proud resident of Brooklyn, NY. www.seagullink.com
"Mr Chibbs" a documentary about former NYC and NBA legend Kenny Anderson. The website is:www.mrchibbs.com
Award winning cinematographer, Tracey The Director. With his company, Kinship Works Production Company, in collaboration with Atlanta House of Shoots, Tracey works for major industry players including T.I., DJ Drama, Trey Songz and more. In addition, he has been hired for large productions including the Steve Harvey Neighborhood Awards and Ladies Who Brunch: Atlanta.
Tracey The Director has now partnered with National Best Selling Author, David Weaver, to turn his novels into 30 minute episodes. The new series will bring forth some of Atlanta's hottest talent, including Love and Hip Hop's Erika Pinkett. He can discuss his success in one year, the pros and cons of having celebrity clientele, and inform your supporters on how they can get involved in the new series.
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Tune in for a special morning edition of That's Entertainment as I talk with the Casting Director of NBC, "The Wiz," Mr. Bernie Telsey. Mr. Telsey returns to our show to talk about the up coming auditions, as well as what we can expect in the new version of this favorite movie classic. Join me on Friday, June 5th at 7:30 am ET "as we ease on down the road" with Mr. Bernie Telsey. Go to www.blogtalkradio.com/tammyjones-gibbs or call in to listen at 347-637-2656.
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Evie Marie Warner is an aspiring writer and director from Dayton, OH. She has done two shorts and is also part of the production crew for Tom Dallis's Heart of Darkness.Evie will be talking about her YouTube channel and fundraiser. One talented lady and very entertaining. Please join us and I hope you support the arts by supporting the artist. June 3rd We go live..
This week on A Reel Point of View, the crew (Internet Critics Larry Domkowski and Karen D) and I are focusing our attention on two of Robert De Niro's film works "A Bronx Tale" and "The Good Shepherd", where he wears the hat of an actor, producer and director. This triple threat has taken control creatively to put these movies together to entertain us; but did he succeed? Tune in to our show, to see what we think, and it you're game, join us! We'd love to know what your think!
Tiffany Boyle, C.E.O., Executive Director
An expert in the field of marketing and entrepreneurship, Tiffany is the Chief Executive Officer of Emerge The Magazine, a
company that focuses on promoting entrepreneurs and cultural events. She is also the Executive Director of Access
Virginia a non-profit organization that provides access to live theatre and the public venues for the
disabled by providing open captioning and audio description accommodations. Tiffany founded Emerge The Magazine in
2011 to provide numerous avenues of exposure for small businesses and the business owners. She has traveled
extensively throughout the world networking, creating memories, making friends, and helping others.
Tiffany is a Florida native currently residing in Virginia, a graduate in Business from Virginia Wesleyan College, and attends
the University of Maryland University College pursuing her Master’s Degree in Management.
Mary Aurtrey is a member of the National Association for Female Executives (NAFE) since 1991. She is currently the Network Director for Women In Networking (WIN), Indianapolis, a professional women’s network of (NAFE). She directs general guidance of operations, management, and personnel of the network. She was recognized by NAFE in 2008 as the Woman of Excellence Award for Mentoring.
Mary Aurtrey is a Systems Accountant in the Headquarters Accounting and Reporting Systems Office, Information & Technology, at the Defense Finance & Accounting Service Center, Indianapolis, Indiana. Some of her responsibilities include managing Systems Interface Agreements, Contingency Operations Planning, and Financial Management Internal Controls. She has successfully completed the Lean6 (Sigma) Green Belt and Black Belt Training. She has a Masters Degree in Executive Development (Ball State University, a Bachelors Degree in Business & Administration (University of Maryland) Europe, and an Accounting Degree (Vincennes University). She is a graduate of the U.S. Army Sergeants Major Academy.
Mary served in the United States Army for 22 years, retiring at the highest enlisted rank of Sergeant Major (E-9) at Fort Benjamin Harrison (Indianapolis) and served during the Vietnam and Desert Storm eras.
The Co-Director of the Group is Lottie McCallister, she brings to the group 30 years of accounting experience. She has a BS in Accounting from Indiana Wesleyan University. She has been 18 years with Primerica, part time and 6 years with the US Government DFAS Full Time. She holds Life Ins., Property & Casualty and Variable Contracts State Licences and has Series 6,63 and 26 Securities Licenses.
A show dedicated to "True Life Experiences." The Life & Motivation of Director/Actress #FayeYvetteMcQueen, born to be an actress. She was named after Faye Dunaway, Yvette Mimieux and just happens to be a distant cousin of Butterfly McQueen best known for her role in “Gone With the Wind”. As a young child, I was always labeled the ambitions one. I started my own dance school called, "The Dancer's Delight" at the tender age of 12. I gathered the other neighborhood children together and taught them the movement from my dance classes. Faye began her acting career in Dallas, Texas while in Graduate School at Southern Methodist University. She was discovered on the streets of Dallas while being her animated, graceful, and confident self with her friends.
My ambition is what sets me apart from most people, especially those in my age category. It gives me a youthful glow. It keeps me young. It makes me appreciate myself as a "Woman of the World!" My drive and ambition have helped me to land a role on, "Orange Is The New Black", "Law & Order", "Bourne Legacy", "Veep", and several commercials. You ask the question, "Why do I think I am more ambitious than most? ", or "What sets me apart from others?" My answer will always be the fact that I thank God for allowing me to use my "AMBITION" to guide me, and to keep me focused and to never accept defeat, fear or competition as an excuse for not trying. Faye’s other passion is animals, especially dogs. She loves spending time with her two poodles, Alice and Ginger. During her down time Faye loves to travel overseas to discover new places and native people. Faye’s motto is “Faye Will Make A Way”. No task is too hard or too difficult for her. She can always see the light at the end of the tunnel!"
Cora Coleman is 27 years old. She is a wife to her wonderful husband Brandon Coleman and is the mother to her beautiful daughter Amauri Coleman. She’s the daughter to world renown Bishop Jakes, and First Lady Serita Jakes. She is working as the children’s ministry director of The Potter’s House of Dallas. She loves life, and enjoys writing. She began writing in her blog Fertility Faith at the age of 24 because at the age of 22 the doctors diagnosed her with infertility. She went to the web looking for young women her age that were going through infertility, and could be a support to her, and found nothing for her age group. At the age of 24 Cora went through her first IVF cycle, and it failed. She was heartbroken, lost, and confused. She was able to find wonderful women through her sister’s blog sarahdjakes.com that had fought infertility and won. When she began to find these women they became her support and her push. Having these women encouraged her to continue to push forward, and pushed her to speak about her struggle to help someone else. She was able to find what she calls her community she calls her support community her fertility sisters, and without them she would have been lost. Cora Coleman now post in her blog weekly, and speaks out about her battle with infertility in the hopes of building a group of support for all people who are fighting for not just a baby but for their ultimate promise that the Lord has spoken over them. She is now a minister in training under the Potter’s House school of Ministry. She plans to continue to encourage people through her blog, writing books, and speaking out about continuing to fight for your dream no matter what obstacle you are facing. She does not just have a heart for young women battling infertility, but she has a heart for people who are trying to get and reach their promise.
Our special guest thie week, 4/8/15, on FairTax Time Radio will be a man who made the commitment to be the State Director for FairTax in California, Ken Smith. That is no small job in a state with 53 congressional districts, each with a population of about 700,000. This volunteer position is a major sacrifice in personal time and resources, with the desired goal of significantly increasing the number of House and Senate cosponsors of HR25 and S155 and creating a demand on the part of the citizens for their representatives to do so. The conversation will be about the Virtual March on Washington and what is happening with activists in California. Those activities will be copied all over the country, so this interview will be pertinent for everyone.
We also expect to hear from our friend, comedian Rodney Lee Conover, and we also hope to get an update from Prseidential candidate Kerry Bowers as to his thoughts about Rand Paul entering the race.
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Host Cyrus Webb welcomes Director Linda G. Mills to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss how she is able to use filmmaking to get people involved and informed about causes that matter to her. The two will also discuss the new project BETTER TO LIVE and what she hopes viewers glean from it.