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  • 00:26

    Filmmaker Antoine Allen discusses career, #LifeIsTooShort on #ConversationsLIVE

    in Entertainment

    Host Cyrus Webb welcomes filmmaker Antoine Allen to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss his journey to telling stories and what it's been like to see the response to his new project LIFE IS TOO SHORT

  • 00:31

    Filmmaker Drew Bolognini of Quick4 Productions

    in Radio

    The 2015 Filmmaker Series on Jersey Coastal Live closes with Drew Bolognini of Quick4 Productions. Drew has 30 years of production experience and a network of professionals who can manage and produce projects of all sizes. Drew was a 2013 NY Emmy® award nominee in the Photography: Short Form category. He's been producing, directing, shooting, writing and editing magazine show video content for broadcast since 1993. He spent 17 years with Cablevision shooting, editing and working a variety of control room and remote truck positions supporting both studio and field productions. Impressive credentials to be sure, but it was a brief entry on Facebook (seriously!) that made me take notice. Drew mentioned his music video Behind the Scenes had been selected as a 2015 Official Entry in the Garden State Film Festival and he’d be heading to Atlantic City for the festivities. Since I already knew I was planning my annual Filmmaker Series, Drew was the first one I contacted to be a guest. So last in the series is Drew Bolognini whose music video won the Home Grown Award for Movie Music Competition: Best Song. All you One Direction fans will love this video, so take a look here. Drew will share his GSFF experience and what other projects he’s working on as well. After the interview, please check After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live for more information.

  • 01:01

    Seoul Searching: KHV's convo w/ award-winning filmmaker Benson Lee

    in Pop Culture

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    Join us as Kevin chats it up with Benson Lee, the award winning director, producer, and screenwriter behind Seoul Searching. 


    About Benson


    Benson Lee is an award-winning Korean-American filmmaker who has worked in drama, documentary, and commercial production for over 15 years. In 1998, with his first feature film Miss Monday, Lee became the first Korean-American filmmaker to be accepted to the Dramatic Competition of the Sundance Film Festival where his film was awarded a Special Grand Jury Prize for Best Actor. (continue reading)

  • 00:21

    Filmmaker/Screenwriter Elliot Diviney discusses new film on #ConversationsLIVE

    in Entertainment

    Host Cyrus Webb welcomes filmmaker/screenwriter Elliot Diviney to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss his love of bringing projects to life and what it's been like to see the buzz around his latest project AMERICAN RESCUE SQUAD.

  • 01:40

    Award-winning filmmaker, Dawn Fields

    in Entertainment

    Join us today,on Hammer 96.7, as Brian welcomes into the studio, award-winning filmmaker, Dawn Fields.


    Dawn Fields is an Award-winning filmmaker. who is now conducting film education seminars; and she is also the host of a yearly script contest for shorts and features..


    Also, Hammer's topic of the day, is the subject of childhood obesity and it's links to Juvenile Diabetes---


    Have we become a nation too dependent on fast and easy, that we have become totally oblivious to what it is doing to our health, and that of our children's health? According to the Huffington Post. childhood obesity among U.S. children has dramatically increased over the last 14 years.


     


     

  • 00:31

    Filmmaker and Actor Tim McSpadden discusses #LovealaCarte on #ConversationsLIVE

    in Entertainment

    Host Cyrus Webb welcomes filmmaker and actor Tim McSpadden to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss his love of life in front of and behind the camera, and what it's been like to see the response to his newest project #LovealaCarte.

  • 00:31

    Filmmaker Michael L. Boylan: Writer & Director of “The Radio”

    in Radio

    “No art passes our conscience in the way film does, and goes directly to our feelings, deep down into the dark rooms of our souls” said the late Swedish Filmmaker Ingmar Bergman. It’s time for my annual tribute to the spirit of the Independent Filmmakers and the films they create. Often working with little or no budget, these intrepid writers, directors, and producers (often the same person) rely on their passion, patience, and perseverance to get their film completed. Indie films are often screened at local, national, or international film festivals, and some are ultimately bound for glory and released to theaters. Michael L. Boylan of Pennant Films in Atlantic Highlands is the first Filmmaker in the series. He says, “I would always look around as a child and imagine what I was seeing was a movie. I would see two lovers speaking, a bird chirping, a man running and make it all into a movie in my head. Editing each shot with my brain until I could play it back in its entirety.” Michael’s latest short film is The Radio, about a timid boy who gets love advice from his recently deceased uncle through a vintage transistor radio. The Radio will be premiered May 8th at Atlantic Cinemas in Atlantic Highlands. Last year another of Michael’s films, The Baseball Card, was an Official Selection of the Garden State Film Festival. This is Part 1 of my Filmmaker Series. After the interview, please check After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live for more info.

  • 01:59

    Interview with Filmmaker & Set Designer Jay Burton

    in Social Networking

    What's up Diamonds,


    Thank you for supporting the show please continue support by listening in or downloading Monday's show, when you show your support you are not only supporting the show you are supporting the guest and the #Indie Music artist promoted here on this show.


    We are still celebrating the show’s anniversary this month as part of our celebration we are giving away a free 270x175 or 270x300px advertisement banner on our website you can select the page you would like your banner to be seen on Free for the month of March this is a $20 and $25.00 per month value. So stop by and check out our website at each http://ljdnshow.com pick what page you want your banner to be seen on and send it your banner to ljdnshow@gmail.com.


    Monday’s show does not fall short on talent we have Indy artists Filmmaker and Story Designer Jay Burton he will be on talking about his new film “Dormant” due to open this summer he has also produced and starred in three other films “Dormant” is a prequel to a comic book series named “Bermuda City” on the Red Crow series label. If you like Alfred Hitchcock movies then you’re going to love “Dormant” it promises to be a mental suspense movie that doesn’t fall short of bloody action. Jay will all so be participating in the “Talent In 10” project starting April 27, 2015.


    Speaking of “Talent In 10” have you gotten your audio together yet? Although there is really no deadline went to send in your audio but… If you want to be on then premier of “Talent In 10” on April 27 you will need to have your audio submitted by or before April 20, 2015. For more information about the project go to our website or email ljdntalent@gmail.com.


     

  • 00:26

    Filmmaker John Adams discusses career, The Shoot on #ConversationsLIVE

    in Entertainment

    Host Cyrus Webb welcomes filmmaker John Adams to #Conversations LIVE to discuss his journey in the arts, what it's been like to see his ideas come to life on film, what he hopes audiences take away from The Shoot and what's to come. 

  • 00:40

    Filmmaker Steven Loring: Producer & Director of “The Age of Love”

    in Radio

    The nature of love is one of life’s great mysteries. Scientists have tried, but cannot explain why one person loves another. We know that humans don’t outgrow their need for love or companionship. And what about love in the 65 and older crowd, which is the fastest growing age group in the US. Author Leo Buscaglia, known as Dr. Love said, “Relish love in your old age! Aged love is like aged wine; it becomes more satisfying, more refreshing, more valuable, more appreciated, and more intoxicating!” Social Documentary Filmmaker Steven Loring’s first feature film, The Age of Love, follows the humorous and poignant adventures of thirty seniors in Rochester, NY who sign up for a first-of-its-kind speed dating event exclusively for 70-90-year-olds. From anxious anticipation through the dates that follow, it's an unexpected tale of intrepid seniors who lay their hearts on the line, and discover how dreams and desires change, or don't change, from first love to the far reaches of life. In this film, Loring saw an opportunity to break social and generational barriers by looking at seniors not in terms of singular talents or specific communities, but through shared, human desires. Loring had a question: Do decades of life and loss constrict our hearts, or might time develop them in unexpected ways? By telling a story involving the universal quest for love, he connects these seniors directly to the mainstream through situations to which all can relate. Regardless of age, who doesn’t understand loneliness, desire, or the search for love? The movie’s tagline says it all – It’s never too late to date. After the interview, check After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live for more info.

  • 00:19

    Filmmaker Rob Hill discusses REPLAN IT, other projects on #ConversationsLIVE

    in Entertainment

    When it comes to filmmaker Rob Hill, he is all about telling a great story and making the viewer think. He talks with #ConversationsLIVE host Cyrus Webb about his journey to sharing stories on film and what projects like REPLAN IT and FORT FISHER HERMIT mean to him and have meant to others

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