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Award-winning filmmaker Christian de Rezendes discusses his unique documentary and narrative movies. Christian’s impressive film background includes experience as a director, cinematographer, editor, producer, actor and writer. His diverse filmography includes such offerings as Getting Out of Rhode Island, Cat Scratch, Memories for Sale, 41, Branches, Raising Matty Christian, Revealed, and Slatersville: America’s First Mill Village, which is now in production. Christian’s movies have earned acclaim at a variety of film festivals. Among the awards for his outstanding work are the following::
Feature Film and Directing Awards from the Black Point Film Festival for Getting Out of Rhode Island
Certificate of Merit from the Chicago International Film Festival for Branches
Audience Award as Best Short Film from the Sene Music and Arts Festival for Memories for Sale
Audience Award for Funniest Film at the Boston Comedy Film Festival for Cat Scratch
This week our host from the listening post, Jett, chats with Aussie filmmaker, Luke Launer.
Luke is best known for the film, "The Count", (winner of the Nevada Film Festival - Silver Screen Award) and one of the brains behind "Shilling Entertainment". Shilling Entertainment is a Film Production Company that specializes in creating films primarily based around Impact and Uniqueness. His next film, "The Snap Factory" is due for release in 2015.
You can find out more about Luke and Shilling Entertainment on facebook.
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes filmmaker Alexander Haney to Conversations LIVE to discuss his passion for bringing projects to life and what he hopes viewers fo CHARITY take away from it.
Can you imagine a world where we don't ride horses, but instead, learn a new way of communicating with and learning from them? Author and filmmaker Stormy May can, and her film, The Path of the Horse, is changing the way equestrians think about their horses: no bits, no saddles....no riding. The documentary is a fascinating look at the horse and human heart and the other-worldy potential for their relationship.
About a decade ago, Stormy, formerly a champion competitor, instructor, and judge in equestrian sporting events, sold her ranch and bought a camera. She set out to travel the world and film the greatest horsemen and women, people whom she respected and read, and to learn a different and more humane way to work with horses. Her journey uncovered research that challenged her thinking and led her to look at her relationship with her own horses much differently.
She'll share her journey and her thoughts on horses in this conversation on Minstrel and Muse.
Walter Dominguez is a Southern California born and raised Latino documentary filmmaker.
Walter wrote, directed and produced his new independently made documentary feature film, Weaving the Past: Journey of Discovery, which follows Walter’s twelve year search to find his grandfather Emilio’s roots in 19th century Mexico and early 20th century Los Angeles.
His quest reveals Emilio’s deep friendship with one of Mexico’s great revolutionary heroes, Práxedis G. Guerrero, and their courageous and idealistic struggle to free Mexico of its oppressive dictator, Porfirio Díaz.
Walter brings to this award-winning film his unique sensibility as a storyteller and his perspective as an American Latino. Walter’s skills are a result of his extensive background as a director, assistant director, 2nd unit director, writer and producer in Hollywood studio features, television series, independent features, and documentary video production.
His credits as an assistant director include The Andromeda Strain, and Oklahoma Crude for Hollywood legends Robert Wise and Stanley Kramer, Play It As It Lays from auteur filmmaker Frank Perry, and Steven Ihnat’s contemporary western The Honkers. He has directed 2nd-unit for the cult thriller feature, Devil Times Five, as well as for Frank Perry’s Play It As It Lays.
He has been a member of the Director’s Guild of America (DGA) since 1972, as well as a member of the National Association of Latino Independent Producers (NALIP), Film Independent (FIND), and the International Documentary Association (IDA).
Walter is a graduate of Occidental College, having majored in history, and he did graduate work in Cinema Studies at the USC School of Cinema.
He has been married to veteran actress Shelley Morrison since 1973.
What would you do if your son or daughter came to you, looking for support, struggling with their sexuality, and needing home to be a safe place. What happens when home isn't that place or if you're the teen who feels they have no place to turn except to the streets?
Did you know that each day 1 homeless LGBT youth dies on the street every 4 hours. 6 died today. Let's put politics aside and be compassionate about people.
#yeswecan with filmmaker Sherry Kelly who joins us on Tamara Leigh's TREND ON to talk about her film "Home Isn't Always Where the Heart Is". The film is a mini-documentary that provides a factual look at the harsh reality of LGBTQ youth and a prelude to our feature film, A Place Called Home, a fictional account of an all-American girl who struggles to accept her sexuality and ends up fighting for her life. You can also get involved in their ThunderClap & GoFundMe campaigns to help homeless LGBT youth.
MC Productions is dedicated to producing thoughtful, intelligent, highly entertaining and unique films and web series. http://www.mcprods.co/home-isn-t-always-where-the-heart-is.html
Join Tamara Leigh's TREND ON with Heidi Feemster LIVE every Wed. at 10:00am on the Linked Local Network.
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Join host Tanya M. Dixon for another exciting edition of ART Imitates LIFE Radio Show as she welcomes Johannesburg, South African Filmmaker—THEMBA SIBEKO on the “AIL Spotlight”! We will speak about how Hollywood Director/Actor Bill Duke has appointed Themba Sibeko's White Heron Pictures to produce and co-direct segments of his much anticipated documentary entitled "Light Girls"—a follow up to the 2013 critically acclaimed and NAACP award winning documentary "Dark Girls" which broadcasted on the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN). In light of Black Music Month, we will also speak about the growth of African and African-American collaborative efforts in both music and film.
In the 2nd hour of the show "The Living Room" segment will highlight the topic, “Behind Bill Duke’s ‘Dark Girls’ documentary and his upcoming ‘Light Girls’ documentary…Can we talk about Color Stratification in and outside of the Black Community?”
Call us during the live show at (347) 945-7191!
In this episode, Nicholas Snow and Helen Holdun kiss and make up after their recent public spat, and then present a powerful encore of an interview with openly-gay Bahamian filmmaker Kareem Mortimer of Children of God fame - plus your Hot Topics and the Event Spotlight! Nicholas Snow Live, a daily, global conversation "Connecting the Circuitry of Humanity." Producer/host Nicholas Snow's previous show, SnowbizNow, has had over 1.5 million downloads. This new format encourages listeners to interact with the live show as follows:
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Filmmaker Joe Basile’s movie WEST END premiered at Asbury Park’s historic Paramount Theatre on, April 6th, 2013 and was honored by the Garden State Film Festival with Best Homegrown Feature Award. The same year WEST END was awarded SOHO’s Pick at the Soho International Film Festival. Joe has been busy promoting his film and it will be screened at various East Coast locations including June 3 at the Hoboken International Film Festival, June 6 at the New Jersey International Film Festival, and June 30 at the Manhattan Film Festival. Joe states, “WEST END is my homage to the gritty crime dramas of the 70’s that made me want to make movies. Films that evoke emotion and make an audience feel the inner struggle of its characters.” The movie has a cast of talented actors including Eric Roberts, Neal Bledsoe, Joe Nieves, Peter Onorati, Melissa Archer, and Lou Martini, Jr. Joe feels extremely privileged to have shot the last film on the NJ coast before Superstorm Sandy’s devastation. This was the last movie shot in Seaside Heights, and the film captured some of the most iconic locations at the Jersey Shore. Actually WEST END was shot entirely on location at the Jersey Shore. Watch the trailer here. For Jersey native Joe Basile, the Director/Writer, it was imperative that WEST END be true to its roots. Join me as we catch up with Filmmaker Joe Basile and then visit After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live for more info.
The BROWN BALLERINA MOVEMENT is the brainchild of Chassidy Jade, CEO and founder of Crown Me Royal Labs. It's foundation - a short film entitled BROWN BALLERINA is the dynamic movie and epicenter of Jade's creative vision.
The filmmaker's mission is to defy stereotypes one plié at a time! Touching on issues of race, politics and social class BROWN BALLERINA explores the full spectrum of ballet, giving viewers a glimpse into a world that before now was inaccessible.
WHAT: Brown Ballerina Red Carpet Movie Premiere (Black Tie)
WHEN: Sunday, July 20th 2014 6:00-10:00PM
WHERE: The Little Haiti Cultural Arts Center, 212 NE 59th Terrace, Miami, FL.
For more info on Chassidy and her latest Film "Brown Ballerina," check out our Blog on http://TheSashaMarinaShow.com
Misha Zubarev returns to Movie Addict HQ for a discussion of his diverse filmmaking experience and to bring listeners up to date on the It Had To Be Us movie project. Denise Cassino, publisher of It Had To Be Us, joins in to introduce new readers to this award-winning romantic memoir by Harry and Elizabeth Lawrence. Film historian James Colt Harrison will co-host. Diana Saenger, founder of Classic Movie Guide, also plans to call in.
Misha Zubarev has worked in various capacities on such films as Shooter, Loneliness, Annapolis, Four Funny Families and Synedoche, New York. His film 18 and Out was chosen to be included in NBC's The Screening Room. He also directed an award-winning TV series titled "The Wisdom Tree" and was highlighted in MovieMaker Magazine. After reading It Had To Be Us, Zubarev became interested in adapting it for the screen. He completed the screenplay last year and plans to direct the film.
Denise Cassino heads up the Long Story Short Publishing Company and also offers impressive promotional services through her Wizardly Web Designs site. As the publisher of the Kindle version of It Had To Be Us, she organized a successful launch for the book four years ago, which led to a #1 ranking in an important Amazon category. She has now created an Anniversary Re-Launch, complete with the same bonus items from the original launch.
James Colt Harrison, a founding member of the San Diego Film Critics Society, has written a history of Hollywood studios and contributed film commentary to Classic Movie Guide, Review Express, The La Jolla Village News, Rage Monthly, No Cover Music Magazine and San Diego Metro Weekly..
The films, words, observations and unprotected conversations of Nic Askew consider the many elements of our lives, work and society at an unusual depth. And in doing so, opens our eyes wide to what people and organizations might become. To what we might become.
Nic is a former Managing Director, and now a filmmaker and poet. His Soul Biographies series is followed faithfully by many around the world. His insight on what it is that happens between the lens, the subject & the viewer has profound implications for all.
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