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The State of Black Hollywood
With such hits as ABC’s “Scandal”, the vastly successful “The Butler” and the highly anticipated “12 Year A Slave”, African-Americans are making their mark and causing a stir in Hollywood more now, than ever. Although Tinseltown is featuring a greater emphasis on our stories and talent, what stereotypes are these projects leaving in their wake? As a result of our increasing presence in film, TV and stage, what positive and negative aspects are being enhanced about the African-American community? Tune in Wednesday, October 30 at 9p EST, as we discuss how recent successes in Black Hollywood have affected the overall image of Black America.
The multi-talented author, photographer and director, Teresa Dowell-Vest, as well as award-winning actor and singer, Corey Reynolds, will be weighing in as we debate “The State of Black Hollywood.
Coming soon on The Tatum Talks, where the doors of the forum are now open…
Join us for a great show talking about Beyond Expo and Film Festival with call in with our Special Celebrity Guests. Also we will talk about Near Death Experiences, Psychic Abilities, paranormal encounters etc....
Beyond Expo and Film Festival is the premiere entertainment "para-con" event to raise funds for the Bobby and Deane Bell Foundation as they pursue the goal of building the first residential college in the US for adults with disabilities.
Silent River Film Festival was founded by filmmaker, actor and poet Kalpna Singh-Chitnis to promote art of cinema and share experences of creativity. Founded in 2011 on the 40th anniversary of Irvine, the festival is the city's first international film festival. It is a huge draw for independent filmmakers and audiences worldwide.Dedicated to the independent filmmakers of the world, Silent River Film Festival is established with the vision to bring "East and West" together to share their best work of films and "Cinema for Causes" on one platform to raise awareness about the issues that are important to us, and provide them active support.The festival also aims to create more opportunities for female filmmakers, support student filmmakers and by bringing art and business of cinema together every year to the city of Irvine, making it a premier destination in the industry of motion picture art and entertainment.Call 949.394.5148 and see the sites below for more information. www.SilentRiverFilmFestival.com www.silentriverfilmandliterarysociety.org http://www.facebook.com/silentriverfilmfestival http://www.twitter.com/silentriverfest http://www.kalpnasingshchitnis.com http://www.twitter.com/accesskalpna http://www.facebook.com/kalpnasinghchitnisofficialpage
Our guest, director/producer Dulanie Ellis, will discuss film funding, locating/ creating strategic partners and successful outreach on her most recent film, Ground Operations.For info about Carole Dean and From the Heart Productions visit http://fromtheheartproductions.com/
The recipient of the top award at the 2013 Hollywood Book Festival for his visionary novel A Cry for a Hero, Jonathan Womack has been described as "emerging as the Stan Lee of novelists."
Synchronistically born on September 11, Jonathan wrote A Cry for a Hero, a tale of "American superhero vs. terrorists", prior to September 11, 2001, giving the story surreal prophetic qualities. The Hollywood Book Festival recognized the novel's tremendous potential for the film, television, game and multimedia industries. Jonathan was honored at a July reception in Hollywood at the same locale as the original Academy Awards.
The author of multiple books, Jonathan has had a profound spiritual journey which he reflects through all of his fiction. He explores questions of spirituality, faith, the brevity of life and what becomes of us after death, enduring questions for the ages brought into particularly sharp focus with the events of recent years.
Jonathan is the publisher at the Womack Publishing Group, currently in its tenth year with roughly 800 authors and 1000 titles. He also works for Harvard University's Graduate School of Education.
Jonathan lectures freely about his out-of-body experiences and his understanding of the soul's existence before, during and after life.
Web site: JonathanWomack.com
Frontier Beyond Fear music copyrighted by Grammy award winner Larry Seyer, www.larryseyer.com, included in this podcast with his permission.
Meet Demetrius Bady, noted TV producer, writer and documentary film maker along with two of his dearest friends, Edward Murray and Edward Thomas. Part two of this two part series, we learn more about how these three have formed amazing, stable, healthy relationships.
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Today at 2 pm Est The Nikki Rich Show will be talking with special Guest Ruby Modine She is the Daughter of Matthew Modine, Writer, Actress and Recording Singer.
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TEAMDAR Radio returns with host True God Immortal and a panel of callers talking about the black TV experience and the black experience in film. With newer and more mainstream black movie releases, and a seemingly increase in black TV shows, we look at the struggle of blacks in hollywood today.