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Stephen Zimmer is an award-winning author and filmmaker, whose literary works include the epic-scale urban fantasy series The Rising Dawn Saga, the epic fantasy Fires in Eden Series, and the Harvey and Solomon steampunk tales included in the Dreams of Steam and Dreams of Steam II: Bolts and Brass anthologies from Kerlak Publishing.
Stephen’s film credits include the supernatural thriller feature Shadows Light, the horror short film The Sirens, and the recent Swordbearer, a medieval fantasy short film based upon the H. David Blalock novel Ascendant.
Vladimir is a filmmaker acting coach and instructor writer/director/producer and PAL resident who transitioned from a teacher to filmmaker and Grief counsellor.after a series of tragic incidents earlier on in life.
Baseball. The National Pastime. Cooperstown and the legends within still provide romance and mystique for baseball fans everywhere. Babe Ruth said, “Every strike brings me closer to the next home run.” Andrew Lilley is a NJ filmmaker with the mission of bringing timeless stories to film so they endure. Well, Andrew hit a metaphoric home run himself with his debut film I’ll Knock A Homer For You: The Timeless Story of Johnny Sylvester and Babe Ruth -- he won the recent Garden State Film Festival’s Home Grown Documentary Feature award. Andrew, a 2008 graduate of NY Film Academy, found inspiration for this timeless story right within his family. Johnny Sylvester was his father’s uncle, and Andrew first heard the story directly from his own father. It’s a classic tale of a sick boy, Johnny Sylvester, and The Babe promising him to hit a homer for him during the 1926 World Series. There is the Hollywood version of this legendary story, and there is the unembellished version which is still amazing. And this is what Andrew Lilley, Founder and CEO of Loose Gravel Films, has portrayed so well in his documentary. The tale of Johnny Sylvester also has a Jersey Shore connection. While at a rented house in Bay Head, NJ during the summer of 1926, Sylvester was horseback riding when he was thrown to the ground along with his horse. The horse tried to stand and kicked Sylvester’s head. The injury progressed and by Sept he was diagnosed with osteomyelitis in his skull. And exactly how did The Babe get involved in all this? We’ll have Andrew explain this part of the story, as well as why he decided to make this particular film and what was the experience like for him. This interview is Part 1 in a series on NJ filmmakers. After the interview, please check out After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live for additional information.
Conversations LIVE host Cyrus Webb welcomes its 300th guest of 2013: recording artist and filmmaker B.A.M. The two talk about B.A.M. love of music and bringing stories to life as well as his new project SHRADER HOUSE.
Award-winning independent filmmaker David Spaltro drops by to discuss Things I Don’t Understand, his acclaimed movie gem currently wowing audiences at film festivals everywhere. He will also talk about …Around, his first feature offering. Both come across as emotionally powerful motion pictures. One follows a young man’s struggle to complete film school despite financial and emotional problems, the other deals with an intelligent but troubled young woman as she tr
Mark Olshaker is an Emmy Award-winning filmmaker, New York Times best-selling non-fiction author and critically acclaimed novelist. In his research, writing and consulting, he has worked closely with many of the nation’s leading experts in the fields of law enforcement and criminal justice, public health, disease prevention, intelligence, bio-defense and pandemic planning, and is adept at translating complex issues of science, medicine and law for the general public. The books he has wri
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Debra Chasnoff is an Academy Award-winning documentary filmmaker (for Deadly Deception— General Electric, Nuclear Weapons & Our Environment) whose work has fueled progressive social-change movements.
Chasnoff is president and senior producer at GroundSpark, a national non-profit documentary and activist education company. Her producing and directing credits include a group of films focused on youth: Straightlaced—How Gender’s Got Us All Tied Up, about the gender and sexuality struggles teens face today; Let's Get Real about young teens' experiences with name-calling; That's a Family!, which looks at family diversity from a kids' perspective; the landmark documentary It’s Elementary—Talking About Gay Issues in School; and it’s ten-year follow-up, It’s STILL Elementary.
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Meosha Bean is a filmmaker, actress artist and voice actress,who has been in the business for 15years. Meosha created her own company M.V.B Films which she collaborates with other talented people in the industry and underground filmmakers. Soon after, Meosha set her eyes on tv/web and made a web show called Men/Women talk and her news show Converting Landing which is set to premieres this August. After that she teamed up legendary boxer Roy Jones Jr and BodyHead Films to work on many projects.
The revelations about the IRS targeting voices opposed to Barack Obama's political agenda came of no surprise to filmmaker Joel Gilbert. His private financial accounts were hacked into and the information used by a George Soros....
Have you had your healthy dose of reality lately? There are always at least two sides to every story. Have you ever wondered how someone, who saw the same thing you did, walked away telling a vastly different story? Which version was correct? Which one was the REAL story? Actually, both are! It’s just a matter of perspective. Joe takes the issues… especially the controversial issues (politics, prejudice, religion, illegal immigration)… and brings in people from different sides to share their viewpoint. This is definitely not a fluff piece. And while no one is attacked, the questions are hard-hitting. But the conversation is always respectful and you’re sure to learn something new, even if you don’t agree! If you’ve always wondered how the “other side” thinks and how they’ve arrived at their “stand”, then this is the show for you!
It’s not the right side, it’s not the wrong side, but the REAL side of the issues!
Marx and Julie talk about what is happening in the world of film, TV and web series.
This time, GenreTainment chats with London writer & filmmaker Robert Grant about his new book Writing the Science Fiction Film. He gives tips on how to write good science fiction and we explore what made classic sci-fi films so successful.
ROBERT GRANT is a filmmaker, screenwriter, critic, and script consultant based in London. A core member of the team behind the The London International Festival of Science Fiction and Fantastic Film, he also serves as Literary Editor for SCI-FILONDON.com and is currently on the jury of the Arthur C. Clarke Award for Science Fiction Literature, the UK's most prestigious genre award.
Hosts (and filmmakers) Marx and Julie give you the latest news on movies, television, web series and comic books; plus, interviews with writers, directors, producers and actors in both independent and not-so-independent creations.
Want to be a guest or suggest a guest? Email Marx & Julie at: GenreTainment@scifipulse.net
The guest for this episode is the fantastic director and filmmaker, Josh Hodgins. Hodgins began his career in television, producing the cable sketch comedy The Josh Hodgins Show and the award-winning Fox drama Jackson Horn. He produced the David DeLay show Gold Diggers and worked on productions such as R. W. Goodwin’s The Cody Rivers Show, and various shows for ESPN, ABC, NBC, CNN, SPEED Channel, Discovery, Travel Channel and FOX Sports. In 2011 Josh produced and UPM'd a feature for LIONSGATE, directed by Kevin J. Foxe called The Ghost Experiment 3D. When not filming, Josh teaches filmmaking to underprivileged children in Yakima, Washington.
His directing credits include the comedy feature The Forbidden Fruit starring Barry Ratcliffe and Chase Christensen, TSI: Travel Scene Investigator and the Sci-Fi television show The Chronicles Of Dawn starring Tom Proctor and Vanessa Leigh. Hodgins recently wrote and starred in the film Contrition, picked up by R2 pictures. Most recently, Josh wrote, produced, and directed the feature film White Roses. Due to be released soon.