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THIRTEEN's American Masters Series Presents the First Film Biography of Writer/Activist Alice Walker in Honor of her 70th Birthday and Black History Month. Alice Walker: Beauty in Truth premieres nationally Friday, February 7 at 9 p.m. (eastern) on PBS. American Masters - Alice Walker: Beauty in Truth charts Walker's inspiring journey from her birth into a family of sharecroppers in Eatonton, Ga. to the present. Pratihba Parmar, is the film maker of this insightful bio-documentqry. She joins us to discuss more details about the film.
Dr Bradley Nelson will be interviewing documentary film maker Justin Lyons, creator of E-Motion.
Fans from around the world will be tuning-in to ask Dr. Brad their energy healing questions. So don't miss this chance to learn from the author of The Emotion Code and The Body Code.
NWP welcomes writer, producer and director Brian Nunes.
His award winning film "Find Your Way" is a discussion of how we define success - both culturally and personally. It examines the way we create value based on context and challenges audiences to think deeper about how they consume culture. http://www.worldtreefilms.com/wtfilms/desktop.htm
Born and raised in Houston, TX, Brian spent his young professional years in Information Technology - something he was good at but eventually got bored with. Living in Austin after college, he could no longer stand his network management job and sold everything to travel the country busking and pondering life.
In Seattle, Brian began producing film and television, utilizing a film studies background from the University of California, Santa Barbara and a natural ability for storytelling. After discovering a colorful street culture, he started documenting buskers at the Pike Place Market and eventually finished a 97 minute feature documentary on the subject.
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Born and raised in the UK, Ranjeet comes from a family of creatives. Ranjeet's grandfather is a world famous musician, his uncle was the reason asian music took off in the UK on a big level and his father was also in many famous bands, however Ranjeet took a different path and pursued art. Honing his skill as an artist, Ranjeet took on many other art forms including playing guitar and designing video games. At an early age Ranjeet was exposed to film and many years later would use all of his experiences and memories as a child in his later films. Ranjeet has not once but twice gained a contract with world renowned horror author Stephen King to adapt 2 of his books into films. Ranjeet is drawn to violence and religion, both can be seen in his work, he says that the 2 go hand in hand. Ranjeet recently won 2 awards for his film which was shot earlier this year. As a personal quote Ranjeet has said - " I am not afraid to do anything, sometimes to create one must first destroy ", Ranjeet has taken on many different genres but one he says he will never touch is romance, no reason has been specified. Ranjeet's influences are Darren Aronofsky, Nicolas Winding Refn, Akira Kuroswa, Steven Spielberg, David Fincher and Martin Scorsese.
Have you ever wondered if your life's work has been successful? And, if so, what the real definition of success might be? In Find Your Way, a young documentary filmmaker, Brian Nunes, sets out to discover why we like some things and not others as he follows the journeys of some popular Seattle street performers, otherwise known as buskers, through the process of opening themselves up to the crowds and hoping their performances connect.
At one point in the documentary we see the story of Joshua Bell, a world-famous violinist, busking in the subway as part of an experiment to test whether the crowds will appreciate great passion and talent when the artist is removed from the performance halls and placed on the sidewalk. Their responses are shocking.
Brian's real-life journey parallels the ones in the film as he works to get the documentary onto more screens around the country. So far, at the International Film Festival in Spokane, WA, it sold out to two audiences and at Houston's WorldFest it won a Remi, proving itself a popular fan-favorite.
We'll have a conversation with Brian about the film and his thoughts on success.
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Rel Dowdell The award winning writer/director of "Train Ride", will discuss his new film, Changing the Game, a drama shot in his hometown (Philadelphia, PA), starring Sean Riggs, Irma P. Hall, Tony Todd, Dennis L.A. White, and Sticky Fingaz. Rel's film making style's been compared to John Singleton and Spike Lee.
To see a trailer for Changing the Game, visit: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IMxR9DZ-suM
Daniel Millican's movies have been played around the world. This American writer and director in the film industry was the driving force behind 2008's The Imposter starring Kevin Max, and 2006's Striking Range starring Lou Diamond Phillips. Tremendous actors such as Phillips, Adam Baldwin, Sean Patrick Flanery, Mimi Rogers, Joey Lauren Adams, Yancy Butler and Tom Wright have worked for him. Millican discusses his career -- and the future of Texas cinema -- in an interview with veteran Texas news reporter Ben Tinsley.
Marc Hofstatter, head of Film at Indiegogo explains how to create your goal and hit it!
To learn more about From the Heart Productions and Carole Dean please visit http://fromtheheartproductions.com/
Jonathan Jones will weigh in on the zombie movie craze that has captured the international movie audience. We will get the talented movie makers views, ideas, and special insight into the Indie horror movie world.He will give us a sneak peak at his current and his future projects. Another Apocalyptis Zombie Radio is lucky to have Jonathan Jones co-host this episode! Call in and ask Jonathan about his movies! I predict Mr. Jones will dazzel Hollywood and become the next great talented film maker!!!
Join me and my very special guest documentary film maker and CEO of Rasha Entertainment Rahiem Shabazz to discuss his latest film
Elementary Genocide: “From Primary to Penitentiary” exposes the socially engineered mechanism created by our government and utilizing the public school system to label elementary aged African American males as work for hire targets within the US penal system. Many refuse to believe there is a corporate attack on the minds and productivity of Black youth through intercepting their educational, economical and social development, and resulting in statistically funneling them through the revolving doors of the criminal justice system. Elementary Genocide confirms this theory and seeks to educate parents, teachers and families, so that we can reclaim our young men and ensure the future of our community.
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