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Popular Mechanics has been sharing with their readers the latest scienticfic breakthroughs and the most recent technolgical advancements as well as car advice and ideas for home projects....but now they are steeping out there and lending a hand to helping people prepare themselves for disaters which may arrive at any given moment anywhere on the planet.
Join us at the Campfire with Lady Selah SuJuris and John Galvin; contributing editor of Popular Mechanics Magazine. John wrote the Article "Survive Anything" which appreared in the magazine's April issue earlier this year. Due to the popularity of the article and the need Popular Mechanics is Launching it's new Disaster Prep and Survival Course hosted by John Galvin.
First show of the Fall Season. The GFGR crew isn't falling back, we are falling forward into our 5th season. We are starting out the season with Capt. John Galvin and we are talking about BlueFIN Tuna...How the topic goes from one beautiful large fish to balls, skirts and undercarriage is just astonishing; but let's face it, it wouldn't be Got Fish or Got Rum without it.
Top of the mornin' to ya! We've got Capt. John Galvin, the Irishman captain from Falmouth, MA. He tells his tales of tuna, marlin, mahi, thresher, mako and tiger. A world of deep, cold penetrating fish that bring mega money to the scales. Listen in to Mj, Roddy and Ozzie, fire the battle questions to dear John....Will he have drunk enough Rum to stand the taste of this trio? Tune in and find out.
In part 2 of our Rock Legends Cruise II special, The Kudzoo Radio Hour will speak with a couple more musicians from the big boat, Gig Michaels of Swampdawamp and John Galvin of Molly Hatchet. There's no telling who ELSE might drop by! We also welcome calls from any of our fellow RL Cruisers, and will play more music from the RLC bands, as well as music from artists featured in the all new issue of KUDZOO, published this weekend! Join us!
In January 2012, Lee Cipolla directed medical drama "The Shift," includding the iconic Danny Glover, which won the Audience choice award for best film at the 2013 Palm Beach International Film Festival. This is not his first win at PBIFF. His short film, "Taken Away," won first place at the 2002 Palm Beach Film Festival student showcase of films. Cipolla also has two films that were bought by Lionsgate and were released in May called "Harder They Fall" and "Know Thy Enemy."
Scientist by day, filmmaker by night, Troy Bernier and his fellow director, Eric Swain, have set the film festival circuit on fire with their documentary "Journey to the Planet X" and their film "Planet X, Part II: The Frozen Moon." And now that their documentary was secured by Lionsgate and is available on Epix (http://www.epixhd.com/journey-to-planet-x/), he and his Ginnungagap FilmWerks alumni set their sites on a new project ... a time traveling adventure called "Temple of Joy," currently in the works and seeking funding (http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/687737279/the-temple-of-joy).
On today's show, Rachel Galvin will get an update as to their projects and some of the alumni will come online to share their experiences with the film as well as some of their own projects.
The success of these projects is a testament to what can be possible when a filmmaker is really determined and never says no for an answer.
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Apologies for techical difficulties at end... We utilized new elements on this show. ALSO-- Swedefest I mentioned is in FRESNO on May 19th. West Palm Swedefest is July 27th!!!
We discuss a device to help you look eye to eye in your videos and video conferences.
Need to learn more about Google Shopping? We've posted the entire video series.
Social Media Advertising is going to reach $17 billion! Wow.
We also talk about WordPress security and development... don't blame WordPress!
Your web strategy should be driven by Customer Experience, a post from guest blogger Gary Galvin.
And don't miss reading the amazing SoDA report on the state of digital marketing with agencies.
And listen to our discussion of FatStax - a great sales tool to enable your sales team with all the tools they need when they're on site.
In the documentary "Diner en Blanc: The World's Largest Dinner Party," told in French with subtitles, Jennifer Ash reveals the inner workings of a phenomenon called Diner en Blanc, which has grown beyond its French founder's, Francois Pasquier, expectations, spreading to over 19 cities around the world.
Dressed in white, invitees arrive at a secret location and quickly set up tables, finery and gourmet food to feast and dance until midnight, leaving the premises spotless.
Complely non-political and non-commercial, this event is a unique gem. Ash explores this 24 year tradition and its amazing expansion to over 19 countries around the world. She focuses on one event in Paris that brought in 13,000 participants.
Ash went on to work on her current project -- "Iris Apfel: New York's Rare Bird of Fashion" a film with legendary filmmaker Albert Maysles.
Ash is also an editor and author.
"As High as the Sky" is the first film that Nikki Braendlin has directed. Dealing with family relationships, tragedies, secrets, defense mechanisms and more, this film shone at the Palm Beach International Film Festival, winning an Audience Award for Best Feature. SEE FULL FILM REVIEW: http://independentstreak.ning.com/profiles/blogs/film-review-as-high-as-the-sky Nikki has also been a successful screenwriter, producer and actress. Her screenplays have placed in several competitions and some of the productions she has produced have been critically-acclaimed, including the play Machu Picchu, Texas (Critic’s Choice; LA TIMES, Pick of the Week; LA Weekly) by award-winning playwright Timothy McNeil that she is currently adapting for the screen. Before becoming a screenwriter, she ran Hear Me Roar Productions, an all-women's theater company that produced theatrical benefits for women's and children's organizations. Through HMR and her work as a counselor, she also ran writing and acting workshops for at-risk teenaged girls and produced shows of their original works. Manager of Aunt Kiki Productions, based in Los Angeles, she is also a member of Film Independent, an executive member of Women in Film and a mentor with Young Storytellers Foundation. TRAILER: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DKiF3pUXzuk WEBSITE: www.ashighasthesky.com.
Director John Wager is not only a Grammy-award winning producer and composer for film and television and an accomplished musician and songwriter, he has also worked with countless celebrities, everyone from Oprah Winfrey, and Kevin Spacey to Magic Johnson and Reba McEntire.
He recently received high accolades for "Bicycle Lessons," a documentary that aired on the Discovery Channel and has been prominently featured in film festivals throughout the U.S. and Europe.
But the documenatry he directed, "Comedy Warriors: Healing Through Humor," already is making a big splash after its premier at the Palm Beach International Film Festival.
Working with Wounded Warrior Project, he had the opportunity to film hundreds of hours of interviews with injured service members. Through that experience, he created this full-length documentary. It follows five severely injured service members embarking on a new and challenging journey as they write and perform stand-up comedy with the help of the best in the business, comedians like Lewis Black, Zach Galifianakis, B.J. Novak and Bob Saget. As part of the film the warriors also tell their poignant stories of what they have gone through and the role that humor plays in their rehabilitation. The film culminates in a live performance event at top Los Angeles comedy clubs,The Improv and the Laugh Factory.
Filmmaker Tiffany Shlain is perhaps best known for her movie "Connected: An Autoblogography about Love, Death & Technology," which focuses on technology and interdependence. Her research into these issues have gained her accolades worldwide and she has become a sought after speaker on the subject. The U.S. State Department selected "Connected" as one of the films to represent America at embassies around the world for their 2012 American Film Showcase. Honored by Newsweek as one of the “Women Shaping the 21st Century,” Shlain has written content for TED and advised the likes of Secretary of State Hilary Clinton on the Internet and technology. But her connection with the Internet began much sooner, as she founded the Webby Awards (and also co-founded The International Academy of Digital Arts & Sciences).
Following the success of "Connected," she decided to more interactively engage with a global audience in her filmmaking through "Let it Ripple: Mobile Films for Global Change." She has already made a few films using people from all over the world. She plans on making 16 short 2 to 10-minute films over the next 4 years about important aspects of life. Each film utilizes volunteered content (videos and artwork from people around the world created around a theme). The finished films are then customized for non-proft corporations around the world.
Her films and work have received 50 awards and distinctions including the “Disruptive Innovation Award” from the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival. The list of honors is too long to paraphrase here. But her presence in the world continues to grow as she seeks to change the world one new connection at a time.
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