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We talk about how Colorism effects the confidence of growing black men and women. We reference "The Dark Girls" Documentary on Netflix. Listen to how we are effected by interacist socilaism.
Joyce and Aaron interview Claire Marie Panke, recent winner of a Kickstarter campaign and filmaker of "Light Years." This documentary celebrates creative reinvention at midlife and beyond.
Joyce Joneschiet (Jonah-shite) Principal interior designer of Encore Living Interiors and Publisher of Encore Life Magazine hosts Encore Living Radio with her co-host Aaron D. Murphy, a licensed Architect, President of ADM Architecture and Managing Editor of EmpoweringTheMatureMind.com.
Filmmaker Emmanuel Itier drops by to discuss FEMME: Women Healing the World, his award-winning documentary celebrating women who are transforming and healing global societies on a daily basis. Sharon Stone, executive producer of the film, has also been invited to call in. This powerful and inspiring movie, which includes provocative interviews with 100 influential women, explains why feminine values like cooperation and nurturing are needed to solve many of the crises facing today’s world.
During 2013, FEMME won numerous awards and honors, such as Best Spiritual Movie Award from the Conscious Life Expo, the Illumination Humanitarian Award from Lady Filmmakers Film Festival, and the Global Citizen Filmmaker Award from the Santa Barbara Documentary Film Festival.
Filmmaker Itier has an impressive background as a director, writer, and producer. He directed the thriller Tell Me No Lies, the horror film Scarecrow, and the peace documentary The Invocation, which Sharon Stone narrated. He produced or co-produced films like Wildflower, Johnny Mnemonic, Another 9 ½ Weeks, and Shattered Image.
FEMME is available worldwide for streaming and downloads at www.FemmeTheMovie.com. Please check it out!
Ethan Saylor died in police custody on January 12, 2013 in Frederick, Maryland as he was being arrested for trespassing in a movie theater because he wanted to see a second showing of "Zero Dark Thirty.". Ed Rhodes has been working diligently for months trying to "piece together the story of Ethan’s death and what needs change in order to help prevent another tragedy." The Road We've Shared is dedicated to Ethan Saylor's memory and legacy. Join us as we catch up with the documentary film's director and find out where he is in the production process and what he's learned so far.
For more information about The Road We've Shared and how you can help us grow please visit our Fundrazr page.
Award winning actress, producer, writer, director, and advocate Cassidy McMillan will talk about her award winning documentary "BULLIES AND FRIENDS". Cassidy is the President and CEO of McMillan Flimworks which produces projects that bring to light important social issue causes, the environment, and animal rights.
She serves on the Board of Directors for The National Organization Against Bullying called National Voices for Equality Education and Enlightenment.
Currently Cassidy has an indiegogo campaign to raise funds for the documentary "Bullies and Friends" which will go out to school and communities for Bully and Bullycide Prevention and Awareness.
What's it like to renovate a haunted "castle"? That's what award winning documentary THE CASTLE PROJECT is all about.
The historic Croke-Patterson Mansion in Denver has long been rumored to be haunted by the cries of disembodied infants. The original owner built the Chateauesque home in 1891 and lived there for six months before falling victim to the Silver Crash of 1893. Ill fortune visited subsequent owners during the 120-year-long history of the house as they experienced otherworldly phenomena that included apparitions, whispering voices, peculiar odors, failed exorcisms and guard dogs jumping through windows to their death.
When architect Brian Higgins and partners purchased the home for renovation, they were skeptical about its tragic past. But soon workers began to experience sightings of ghostly children, unusual temperature changes and whispering voices. Workers fell ill and one team member died while an unexplained fire threatened the project’s completion.
Paranormal investigators were brought in and they identify several generations of spirits who remained trapped in the house. Higgins had the foresight to begin filming, and after several hair-raising nights spent alone in the building, he began to wonder if there was a reason why souls never checked out at the Croke-Patterson Mansion.
Brian Higgins (Director / Producer) is an award winning architect, filmmaker and Emmy nominated television host and cinematographer. Born and raised in Denver, he rediscovered the Croke Patterson Mansion, bought it, designed the renovation and now owns the hotel. He recognized the opportunity for filming a documentary and THE CASTLE PROJECT was born.
Host Deardra Shuler talks with award winning director/producer/documentary filmmaker Nadine Patterson about her film "Tango Macbeth," a Shakepearean tale told with a unique slant which will be screening at the Magic Johnson Theatre on Wednesday, April 23rd at 6:30:00 pm in Harlem. Ms. Patterson has a background in theatre, world cinema and documentry film enabling her to create works grounded in historical contexts, with a unique visual palette. She operates her production and consulting company, Harmony Image Productions with her mother Marlene G. Patterson. Through the company they make multicultural films and media content.
Holding 2 Master degrees, Ms Patterson has taught video production at West Chester University, Temple University, Arcadia University, Drexel University, University of Western Sydney (Australia) and Scribe Video Center over the past 20 years and is the only filmmaker selected for The Biennial 2000 at the African American Museum in Philadelphia.
Among her films she includes “I Used to Teach English”, Winner Gold Apple Award 1994 National Educational Film/Video Festival, Oakland, CA; “Anna Russell Jones: Praisesong for a Pioneering Spirit”, Best Documentary 1993 African American Women in the Arts Film/Video Competition, Chicago, IL; “Moving with the Dreaming”, Prized Pieces award from the National Black Programming Consortium in 1997; “Todo El Mundo Dance!” selected for the 2001-2002 Council on Foundations Film and Video Festival. Other notable works include: “Shizue”; and “Release."
In 2011, she published her first book Always Emerging which regals her experiences as an independent filmmaker. "Tango Macbeth" has screened in film festivals in Boston, Philadelphia, New York, Chicago, Washington D.C., Mar del Plata Argentina and Paris France.
Michael Sam, who was drafted by the St Louis Rams, now gets own Documentary show produced by the Oprah network.
My reaction to it verses other prominent sports talk show hosts.
The Real Bachelor's Grove Cemetery - a documentary, interviews.
Listen to intro then forward to 3 min 58 seconds do to call in problem or spirits, the rest is fine.
Producer Jimmy O'Connor of The Real Bachelor's Grove Cemetery - a documentary and Dale Kaczmarek who narrated the documentary and is a world renown paranormal investigator out of the Chicago land area, researcher and author of paranormal investigation books are both guests on this broadcast of The Unexplained World with Annette and Edward Shanahan.
Promo for the Documentary and article can be viewed at: Article and Promo Video.
Edward is also in the documentary as he started exploring Bachelor's Grove Cemetery back in 1974 and Dale also was a researcher of the paranormal starting in the 1970's.
For those that download the podcast or listen to the re-broadcast, Edward during the 15 minutes that is not broadcast at the end, will tell what the huge location is for the May 24th "Free Chicago Paranormal To Do Day".
Join Annette and Edward Shanahan for this broadcast.
Kristoff St. John has been in the business for a long time. He is best known for his portrayal of Neil Winters on the #1 CBS soap opera, The Young and the Restless, for over twenty years. However, Kristoff has a brand new documentary, "A Man Called God," and Kristoff joins us to talk about this new brilliant documentary. Trailer below. About Documentary: In this unique, compelling documentary filmed over thirty years ago, the St John family embarks on a spiritual journey
James Carman lives in New York City and works as a cinematographer and a producer. He shoots features, commercials and documentaries and his work has been showcased at the MOMA and many film festivals. He recently won an EBE award for best documentary with his film, The Hidden Hand: Alien Contact and The Government Cover-up. Currently he is working on a new documentary entitled, Superconscious. Recently The Hidden Hand has been picked up by an online distribution company, and can now be seen o
BRIDEGROOM is a documentary directed by Linda Bloodworth-Thomason that tells the emotional journey of Shane and Tom, two young men in a loving and committed relationship — a relationship that was cut tragically short by a misstep off the side of a roof. The story of what happened after this accidental death– of how people without the legal protections of marriage can find themselves completely shut out and ostracized– is poignant, enraging and opens a window onto the issue of
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