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Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Director Al Harland
Al Harland www.imdb.com/title/tt3689528
Tonight, Al Harland will be telling us about UberZombieFrau, his current Feature Film.
Tonight's episode is sponsored by Garnet Films
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Today on "It's My House" we shall discuss how to build Social Capital through film making.
Entertainment is a very good way to educate people or bring awarness about a speicific topic or issue. In making a film one must do reseach and that research requires building "Social Capital" and on occasion this process will allow you to use "Social Finance" to fund your film project.
If you own a business and want to make people aware of what you do, maybe the best way to reach them is by particpating in a film.
Attorney Corky Kessler & Wells Offer Funding, Insurance, Accounting & Attorney...how to package your film.
Join Matt on this quest for answers on the upcoming Avengers 2 Age of Ultron part 2.
Ava Leigh Stewart is a prolific artist who specializes in creative development for film, television, and web. Stewart launched her film career after earning a film degree in London, England. She garnished attention after directing, producing, and writing an award winning short film called Keepers of the Gate in 2006. In 2011, she directed her feature debut film entitled, South of Southern. She has gone on to direct seven more feature films and countless other media projects. Stewart is currently working on the feature documentary entitled, Paradise Garden. She was one of the producers of the recently released feature documentary film, State of Control, which chronicles the humanitarian crisis in Tibet. Leigh founded the Southeastern Film Festival in 2013, second year in progress, we have over 1300 submissions from 44 countries. She believes in supporting independent film, so she offered a 30 day free entry period. In that time,she received over 40 films from countries that were under sanctions, like North Korea and Iran, where filmmakers don't have credit cards and can't enter festivals to promote their work. The first event this year took place in Dahlonega, Georgia and we screened 45 films from 24 countries over a long weekend, our next event will be in Nashville in November of 2015. Stewart is also an author whose work extends from poetry, to fiction and non-fiction novels, as well as screenwriting.
native of Philadelphia, the vivacious and versatile Brooke Lewis has made an impact as an actress, producer and TV personality. Brooke relocated to New York, where she began her professional career. Her first major taste of the limelight came from Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding – the Off-Broadway hit comedy- in which she played the “prima donna” bridesmaid Donna Marsala. Brooke soon signed with Tazmania/Metropolitan Records and released the freestyle song “Get Me Off Your Mind”. Brooke would also find success on-screen, appearing in The Rules (For Men), A Packing Suburbia and Pride & Loyalty.
She headed west – to Hollywood. There, she would create Philly Chick Pictures, an endeavor designed to increase opportunities in front of the camera, as well as behind it. Since making the move, Brooke has had roles in, or on, several projects, including, Quintuplets, Mafiosa, Break, Gerald, Dahmer Vs. Gacy, Alien Dawn, The Mourning, Starship: Rising, Starship: Apocalypse and Hollywood Apocalypse. She starred opposite Butch Patrick (Eddie Munster) in the indie TV pilot/web series Life’s A Butch. Some of this firecracker’s impressive producing credits include: Circuit Riders (actress/producer), Broken Angel (co-producer), Kinky Killers actress/co-executive producer), iMurders (actress/executive producer), The Drum Beats Twice (actress/executive producer), At The Sinatra Club (actress/producer), Slime City Massacre (actress/co-producer) and Sprinkles (actress/executive producer/producer). In 2009, Brooke launched the Ms. Vampy TV/talk show/web series, which she created, starred in and produced.
On this episode, we will interview Sherri VandenAkker and her sister, Krystyn White
Sherri is the creator of the film My Name Was Bette: The Life and Death of an Alcoholic. This stunning documentary offers a shocking yet moving look at women's alcoholism. The film chronicles the progression of the disease in Sherri and Krystyn's mother, Bette VandenAkker -- a nurse, wife, and mother -- who died in September, 2007. The film, which was also created by Josh WE Hays, employs interviews, family photographs, medical records and graphics, and court documents to provide a personal and detailed look at the physical, emotional, and mental toll of alcoholism. The film also also offers hope to those affected by the disease who seek to heal their pain and strained relationships.
On this show we will talk with Sherri and Krystyn about their personal journeys with their mother's alcoholism, as well as discuss what it was like to create the film. If you have ever loved someone who struggled with alcoholism, you understand the challenges of loving someone with this disease.
This film is avaialble to rent on Amazon; to view the film click HERE. Visit the film's website by clicking HERE
Welcome to Our Own Voices Live with your hosts: Angela Thomas & Rodney Smith with our special guest Ms. Michelle
Our Topic(s) today: “2nd Annual Las Vegas Black Film Festival.”
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Our Own Voices Live is a radio show featuring people and stories from our community in Las Vegas, the surrounding area and some place near you. America is the greatest country on earth due to its cultural diversity and not in spite of it. Our mission is to help bridge the cultural and ethnic divide in America by working together to build the greatest bridge in history to unite us
In continued celebration of National Poetry Month, tonight we will feature 2 more guest poets to share in the celebration. And filling in for April will be author/publisher, Susanna K. Green-Sawyer, author of the 5-star novel, Remembering the Sweet Nectar and founder of Sweet Nectar Publishing, LLC at
First poet on the lineup is Thomas L. White, III, retired US Navy veteran who grew up in Detroit and currenlty lives in Jacksonville, Florida. From his love for Ancient History, he wrote an inspirational poetry Book, Healing of a Divided Soul. He's a contributing poet in Sweet Nectar Publishing's Poetry Anthology, Poetic Gumbo.
Up next Serenity from Miami, Florida, the author of 2 books of poetry. Visit her at:
Mr. Shawn Jolly a local Milwaukee actor will be on to tell his story of how he got into acting the fims he has been in what is to come.
We will also ask him his thoughts on films being made today
The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview William Dickerson.
William Dickerson is a writer and director whose debut feature film, "Detour," was hailed as an “underground hit” by The Village Voice, an “emotional and psychological roller-coaster ride” by The Examiner, and nothing short of “authentic” by The New York Times. He self-released his metafictional satire, "The Mirror," which opened YoFi Fest’s inaugural film festival in 2013 and he alsoe recently completed his third feature film, "Don’t Look Back," for MarVista Entertainment. His award-winning work has been recognized by film festivals across the country. His first book, "No Alternative," was declared, “a sympathetic coming-of-age story deeply embedded in ‘90s music” by Kirkus Reviews. He currently serves on AFI’s Alumni Executive Board and is a Faculty Member at the New York Film Academy.
Based on his challenges while making his debut “microbudget” film, Detour, Dickerson walks the reader through every aspect of making a film in Hollywood. From style direction to financial obstacles, it’s a detailed guide of the experiences of up and coming filmmakers in Los Angeles.
Kirkus Reviews said Detour: Hollywood is “A breezy guide that takes readers inside the sometimes-hair-raising world of do-it-yourself filmmaking, capturing its many frustrations and challenges.”