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Vijay Mallampati, from Global Peace Creators, is a producer of the film Namo Adi Shankara which was recently released in the United States in Hindi. It is a feature film originally made in Telugu by Producers Nara Jayasridevi and Vijay Mallampati from Global Peace Creators. The film, directed by South Indian Veteran Writer/Director J K Baravi, is now releasing in its Hindi dubbed version. It’s well known cast includes Nagarjuna as Chandala, Kaushik Babu as Adi Shankara, Chiranjeevi as Lord Shiva, Kaamna Jethmalani and introducing Sriramchandra from Indian Idol fame.
The film depicts the life history of Jagadguru Adi Shankara, filmed in the Kaladi village of his childhood. It shows how he convinces his mother to allow him to take Sainthood at an early age in his life, his travel to the Himalayas, learning Siddhis from his first guru, and later taking the Sanyasa from his second guru. Based on his Guru's teachings, he simplifies the explanation of Advaita and spreads the same across India. Finally, he is declared as a Jagadguru in the climax when he announces four branches of Shankara muths and before leaving this abode for his next journey after life. Watch the film trailer at www.youtube.com/watch?v=0-JvNaD4Q3I and visit www.namoaadishankara.com for information.
Babette Bombshell and special surprise guest Dan Bell will be discussing his work on his recent documentary "Margie & Scott", which was filmed in Florida and the horrific child rape/snuff movie plot recently uncovered in Florida during this show.
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On this week’s edition of Scottscope Talk Radio, the roundtable celebrates the 15th anniversary of Fight Club! Where does it rank in David Fincher’s filmography? Do its messages of anti-consumerism and anti-corporatization still resonate in today’s culture of conspicuous consumption? Has its message of male empowerment been misconstrued by the proponents of groups such as the Men’s Rights Movement? Can the film be considered irredeemably misogynist considering the treatment its lone female character at the hands of the male leads? Does Fight Club merit comparison to other watershed films such as A Clockwork Orange? Will David Fincher ever return to that kind of aggressive filmmaking?
We’ll also be having one of our patented freestyle sessions! Everything is fair game and nothing off limits. The topics will be varied and interesting. We’ll be jumping down the proverbial pop culture rabbit hole to see what we can find. There’s no telling where the discussion will take us, but it will surely be a fun ride. Feel free to tune in and join us! You won’t be disappointed!
Peter Marshall, Pt 29, The Director's Series - The nuts & bolts of directing film and television with Peter Marshall. Peter has had a 35-year career and has worked as a PA, dolly grip, electrician, assistant cameraman, commercial production manager, first assistant director, TV series creative consultant, television producer and director. He has worked on industrial films, documentaries; television commercials, music videos; Emmy Award nominated TV series and features. Peter has directed over 30 TV episodes and written, directed or produced over 50 hours of documentary educational programs. His works have won, or been nominated for 14 International awards. He's worked for directors such as Zack Snyder, John Woo, Ed Wick, Phillip Noyce, John Balham, Roger Adam, Anne Wheeler, Bobby Roth & Kim Manners. He has worked with actors including Michelle Pfeiffer, Kevin Spacey, Morgan Freeman, John Travolta, Mel Gibson, Kathy Bates, Adam Sandler and Peter O'Toole. Other credits inclurde scores of television series as 1st Ad & as a director. Stay tuned to Rex Sikes Movie Beat for other great archived interviews, cast and crew listings, events, festivals, premieres, and more at rexsikes.com Visit and subscribe to Rex Sikes' Movie Beat Blog at http://www.RexSikesMovieBeat.me for articles and more about the industry we love and work in.
NWP welcomes Daniel Hoyos, Direcor of the Seattle Shorts Film Festival
The 4th annual Seattle Shorts Film Festival will bring another round of outstanding short films and filmmakers to Seattle this November including including: The Lord of Catan, featuring Amy Acker and Fran Kranz (stars in Joss Whedon’s 2013 Much Ado About Nothing); The Hero Pose, shot in Washington by local filmmaker Mischa Jakupcak and staring Nikki Hahn and Chaske Spencer (Winter in he Blood and Twilight); The Wood House, featuring Alicia Goranson of Roseanne and Boys Don’t Cry. Actress Venus DeMilio Thomas will be joining us from Los Angeles November 15th for a one night conversation about working professionally in the entertainment industry! http://seattleshort.org
Seattle Shorts held its first annual film festival in November 2011 to sold out audiences. The goal was and is to bring Seattle film lovers the very best of short films from around the globe. At the Seattle Shorts we have just one criteria in mind, finding brilliant short films and bringing them to Seattle audiences.
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The trailer for Who Pays the Price? on YouTube already has more than one million views. The film was cited in front page features on Upworthy, Huffington Post and The Nation. More than 300 news articles have been written on the topics revealed in the film since March 2014, when the trailer was first posted.
Heather White's perspectives on Apple Computer’s labor challenges in its Chinese factories have previously appeared in the U.S. and European media, including The New York Times, Bloomberg, CNN, The Philadelphia Inquirer, NPR, and European newspapers.
For the last three years, Heather White was a Network Fellow at Harvard University’s Edmund Safra Center for Ethics. Her investigative work on transparency in global supply chains has led to improved industry standards in social auditing and verification practices.
Heather is the founder and former Executive Director (1995-2005) of Verité, (www.verite.org) a non-profit organization that has won international recognition for its efforts to reduce labor violations in factories producing for American consumer brands. That organization has been recognized by the Clinton Global Initiative and is the recipient of numerous awards including Skoll Foundation, “Scientific American 50” award for Policy Leadership in Manufacturing, and Fast Company’s “Social Capital” award 2004.
The filmmaker was previously a MacArthur Foundation and Ford Foundation grantee for her human rights work. This victory for Heather and her powerful filmmaking venture is not the end.
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes director Antonio James to Conversations LIVE to discuss his career in filmmaking, the success of Trey the movie and what's to come.
"Die, Angelo, Die", the 16th film (and a feature at that!) from the non-profit LGBTQ production company, POWER UP, will be filmed in Palm Springs says the organization's founder and recent transplant to the city, Stacy Codikow. "The city itself is alive and a beautiful place for sex, romance and intrigue," stated Codikow. "It lends itself to be captured in all its glory and we will do that with the support of local residents."
"Die Angelo, Die," is a Hollywood film noir thriller about revenge, redemption and what remains. What do you do when Hollywood director Angelo Anderson steals your film? The only thing you can do: write a screenplay about it and get revenge! The film will shoot in Los Angeles and Palm Springs, California. It's a sexy, exciting film in which the city of Palm Springs is a vital character. Residents can get involved and support the mission of POWER UP by visiting the Indiegogo page on or before November 15th, 2014.
Join Marcus Blake and Guests Host Rick Davis and David Herring as we talk about 20 Years of Kevin Smith's filmmaking beginning with Clerks. We will be talking about his career and his groundbreaking film and why we still love our nerd friend. Join us for That Nerd Show. Listen to the show at thatnerdshow.com @10pm cst.
Michael Frost Beckner "The Screewriter Series" EP 7 Screenwriter on Rex Sikes' Movie Beat. Michael launched his writing career with three record-making “spec” script sales: Texas Lead & Gold, Cutthroat Island, Hunchback of Notre Dame. He's writtern dozens of screenplays, studio rewrites, twenty pilots for commercial and cable networks, numerous episodes for network television, His first original film Sniper spawned three sequels. His big-screen success came with Universal's Spy Games, directed by Tony Scott starring Robert Redford and Brad Pitt. He created, Excutive Producered and wrote the CBS series, The Agency. He began his career as director, Barry Levinson’s Writing Assistant working with the director on Good Morning, Vietnam and Rain Man. From 1997 to 2008, he worked extensively with director, Sydney Pollack, adapting John Le Carre’s The Night Manager and writing two more films and developing two television series. Recent writing credits include: CSI: Crime Scene Investigators, Discovery's Gold Fever, and he is preparing the Spy Game prequel Muir’s Gambit for production and has adapted his novel Berlin Mesa into a 4 hour mini-series for AMC, Beckner is currently working on City of Lies with director Wolfgang Petersen. upcoming Civil War Event Mini-Series To Appomattox. Stay tuned to Rex Sikes Movie Beat for other great archived interviews, cast and crew listings, events, festivals, premieres, and more at http://www.rexsikes.com Visit and subscribe to Rex Sikes' Movie Beat Blog at http://www.RexSikesMovieBeat.me for articles and more about the industry we love and work in.
Welcome Brandon Boudreaux to our show!!
Brandon grew up in the suburbs of New Orleans and attended the prestigious New Orleans Center for the Creative Arts, with alum such as like Harry Connick jr., Anthony MacKey, and the Marsalis brothers, for creative writing and specialized in prose poetry. Then he attend the College of Santa Fe to study experimental filmmaking before graduating from Full Sail University with a degree in film.
Moving to New York City in 2000 Brandon began a career as an editor work mostly in
advertising and music videos. Working with some of the biggest names in advertising
Brandon's edited award winning commercials for client like Coca-Cola, Samsung, MTV, and Converse. He's worked with director's like David Fincher, Diane Martel, Randy Krallman, and Speck Gordon along with musicians Kanye West, Beyonce, Pharrell Williams, the Killers, and more.Since 2010 Brandon has also collaborated with artist Leah Singer and guitarist Lee Ranaldo of Sonic Youth on a continuously evolving multimedia and performance piece called Sight Unseen.
Since it's premiere Sight Unseen has been performed at various film and art festivals around the world with every performance being unique. Brandon, along with Erick Dozier, formed No Name Brand Films in 2010 with the intention of
writing and directing their own work. Since then they've created three short films that have played at film festivals across the world, including the 2011 Cannes Film Festival, as well as a number of music videos and are currently developing a web series as well as writing several feature film screen plays. Their most recent short film Neighbors was produced by the two of them, written and directed by Brandon, recently had it's premiere is now being submitted to film festivals. Finally Brandon is also the father of two teenagers, Bain and Lillie, and often include them in the making of his films.