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Nicholas Snow features filmmakers participating in the 24th Palm Springs International Film Festival. In order to Skype into the show, you must first sign up for a free listener profile here. You may also listen or call-in to the show from any telephone by calling +1 (347) 215-8866. SnowbizNow! with Nicholas Snow "Small screen. Big queen. Worldwide audience!"
Today on the Jeff Foxx radio show one of the most prolific filmmakers of our time Spike Lee and Crystal Emery, she is a filmmaker with over 30 years of experience as a writer, director and producer for stage and screen. She received the Congressional Black Caucus Health Brain Trust Leadership in Journalism Award for her first feature documentary, The Deadliest Disease in America. Her latest project is a documentary about Black women pioneers in the medical field entitled Present and Una
Musical artist Austin Brown is in the house at Aka Music, Art & Comedy Radio Show THIS Tuesday at 7 p.m. on www.blogtalkradio.com/akamac. This talented young man will talk about his latest CD and his musical influences including Prince, George Michael and his late uncle, Michael Jackson.
Award-winning visual effects artists Alec Gillis and Tom Woodruff, Jr., co-founders of Studio ADI (Amalgamated Dynamics, Inc.). Checks in to talk about their film project, “Harbinger Down,” on Kickstarter.
Between them, they have worked with many top filmmakers, including James Cameron, David Fincher, Paul Verhoeven, Ridley Scott, Neil Blomkamp, Robert Zemekis, Joe Johnston, Nora Ephron, and Mike Nichols.
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Marx and Julie talk about what is happening in the world of film, TV, and web series. This time, GenreTainment chats with director Timo Vuorensola and producer Tero Kaukomaa of the Finnish-Australian-German independently produced & fan backed film Iron Sky. It's not everyday someone makes a scifi comedy about an invasion from Nazis on the moon. PLUS, we have on the show our featured guest music artist of the week: Kory from the Vancouver band Sorry Buttons. The Iron Sky filmmakers tal
What is "The Meaning" "The Meaning" is a film produced by Christians, Atheists and other various faiths about bringing people together in this "war on religion" in our "Christian Nation." We share ideas and learn more about each other with the hope of building a bridge between Christians and Atheists to gain understanding, respect and friendships. What is the radio show about? Based on the documentary film "The Meaning," the filmmakers fr
Attorney Fred Kray and the PBLNR crew will discuss with Andrea Seamans, Yesenia Rodriguez and Maria Garcia their new documentary film entilted Miami's Pit Fall. Jeff Theman will discuss his film Guilty 'Til Proven Innocent. PBLNR will announce their new contest! Beth Keys will discuss her dog Linus, who just happens to be the dog that is featured as our logo. Regular show episodes include:
Recap of last week's show Weekly news update BSL updates with Kris Diaz from StopBSL Dog bites with Jim Crosby Facebook favorites with Amy Conrad Chat with Matt Cook Don't miss our newly designed network website PBLNN.com where you can see all the latest updates from Pit Bulletin Legal News, Pit Bulletin Legal News Radio, StopBSL, K.C. Dog Blog, Canine Agression with Jim Crosby, the Doglawreporter, Beyond Breed and Dangerous Dog Law. New content every day. Bookmark it!
The King of DC Media, William Powell, welcomes filmmakers Sharin Nelson, Ashleigh Coffelt, Lorrie Smith, Deirdre McCullagh, T. L. McCoy and Marlene Zechman the first half hour, and Wayne Shipley, director of the Western The Way of the Gun dials in the second hour.
Melissa Heisler is joined by Sarah Moshman and Dana Michelle-Cook documentary filmmakers leading an all female crew to create the documentary series, The Empowerment Project: Extraordinary Women Doing Extraordinary Things.
Learn about their mission, how this series emerged, the ups and downs of the Kickstarter project, and plans for the production.
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Variety Radio Online is excited to speak with Collaboration Filmmakers Challenge Founder Joe Gressis. Following the success of the first-ever Collaboration Filmmakers Challenge, Very Important Productions and Collaboration Filmmakers Challenge are holding the second annual competition this April in Los Angeles.The Collaboration Filmmakers Challenge is a one-of-a-kind film festival based in Los Angeles. Teams of two filmmakers are paired together based on compatible strengths, then collaborate and compete to see who can make the best short film in two weeks. On May 4, the festival will screen the top films and a panel of industry judges will choose the best short film of 2013.
Hosts Jasmin Farnum, Producer and Dr. Ka'Ryn Holder Jackson are talking this month with women who are on fire. Women are the foundation of society, pivotal thinkers, nuturers and change makers. How they become ignite to influence change may at time be part of tragic circumstance, born out their personal pain, or inspired by unexplanable drive or dream. Nonetheless, the women we are pleased to have as guest this month of May are bring about societal change in many ways.
Today guest: Dana Verde, Filmmaker/WOCPSCN International Advisory Board Member
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This week, the Scottscope roundtable boldly goes where no man has gone before! We’ll be giving an in-depth review of ‘Star Trek Into Darkness’! How does it compare to the other films in the franchise? Is it as good as its immediate predecessor? Did J.J. Abrams drop the ball? Does he truly understand the property? Does he emphasize action over character and story? Is it time to hand the reigns over to someone else? Is someone like Abrams better suited for the ‘Star Wars’ franchise?
We’ll also be celebrating the 20 anniversary of ‘Menace II Society.’ Is it truly the greatest “hood flick” of all time? Does it still hold up? Is it truly a better film than ‘Boyz n the Hood’? Did it send a bad message to its intended audience? Did it reinforce negative stereotypes of Black youth? Would such a raw, uncompromising vision be tolerated in the modern era? Have the Hughes brothers grown as filmmakers over the years? Should they ever return to this kind of subject matter?