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The K.D.O.C. (King of DC Media), William Powell, welcomes film director and author Paul Kyriazi, (@BondLife), who wrote the classic self-help book "The James Bond Lifestyle Seminar". Paul will talk about "Six Movies to Empower Artists When Your Career is Down" among other self-empowerment topics. Call in and speak with Paul or William a 347.884.8997.
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On today's show I'll be flying solo wiyh a sixty-minute sprint that will cover everything from James Bond, the weather, to net neutrality. So if you are in part of the country where you're snowed in, housee bound and iced up, please join us as I turn up the heat on this cryogenically suspensded world.
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Today we are recapping a Silent Film view on May 09, 2015 at Bruno Auditorium at NYPL of the Performing Arts.
Define Silent Film:
Welcome to A Theory of Parenting on BTR
My name is Tammi JOyner
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Today were are recapping a Silent film shown at the NYPL of the Performing Arts
The NYPL booklet says: Silent films with live piano accompaniment Bruno Walters Auditorium 2:30pm
The will be a delight because I have seen many but never view a silent film in NYC Theater
Define: A silent film is a film with no recorded sound, especially no spoken dialogue.
In silent films for entertainment the dialogue is transmitted through muted gestures, mime and title cards.
Marquel and I watch silent films like cartoons since he was a small boy!
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James reviews the "flop" of the 8th generation. Also talks about why he thinks some consoles are worth your money over different ones. He also probably will go off topic several times, but that's cool too, that's cool. Feel free to askquestions at anytime, I (James lel) will stop to answer them. In a Podcast I think the viewers input is more important than that of the speaker themselves. Well said James, well said.
In this episode of Bringing Voices To Power" I talk with Steve Wimberly EP, Director at Peppertree Films about his Don Siegelman Documentary Killing Atticus Finch. Killing Atticus Finch is a documentary of how an innocent man was politically assassinated by some of the most notorious names in American politics. The whole story of how former Alabama Gov. Don Siegelman was railroaded into prison remains unknown to most of the public. Justice has not been served. This documentary tells the whole story behind Don Siegelman's malicious prosecution and wrongful conviction. Steve Wimberly studied at Emory University Goizueta Bussiness School and at Harvard University.
In their first appearance anywhere in media, Bryan Carroll and James Walker join us to announce their newest motorcycling film project and you can join in! Why We Ride Flims produced the critically acclaimed "Why We Ride". Now their lates project is launching and it centers around the legendary 75th Sturgis Rally!
The impetus for the new movie stems partly from this year's Sturgis Motorcycle Rally being the 75th Anniversary of that motorcycling institution. In recent years, the Sturgis rally has drawn half a million participants, but attendance estimates for this year's anniversary rally exceed one million riders. There may never be a better time to capture the passion, dedication and camaraderie of the motorcycling community, and there certainly is no better place than the iconic Sturgis gathering.
When making Why We Ride, Sturgis was the first filming location, and it had an immediate emotional effect on the filmmakers. "There is a spirit there that enters you and grabs your heart," says Bryan H. Carroll, producer/director. "The beauty of the Black Hills is God given. You put your hand on a boulder and you feel this energy; you can feel it in the air. It's easy to understand why American Indians hold this place sacred."
"Sturgis is not just a place--it's who we are," continues Carroll. "When you say, 'I am an American,' it's not about your address or even where you were born. It's in your DNA, your spirit. It's why people from all over the world have been coming to this country for the past 250 years. It was always in them--they just needed a place to gather and be around like-minded people. This is the same story as Sturgis. There are many of us out there who are still venturing, still seeking out that next journey."
Thanks for joining us for this special "Talking Motorcycles" powered by SOZO!
Please join us as we welcome two awesome gospel recording artists,
James Willis and Carnell Murrell.
James will discuss his song "I'll Praise Him"
Carnell Murrell will discuss his song "My Atmosphere".
Invite your friends and family to join us for this exciting evening with two anointed men of God.
Special shout-out to Nikki Smith and Bruce Knight.
The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview celebrity James Wilder.
His film work included such diverse projects as "Scorchers" with icons Faye Dunaway and James Earl Jones, "Flypaper" opposite Lucy Liu, and "Nevada" alongside Angus McFadden and Gabrielle Anwar. He also appeared in (starred) "The Coriolis Effect," which won The Grand Prize (in its category) at the Venice Film Festival. But it was his scorching depiction of serial killer Carl Isaacs in the acclaimed Miramax film "Murder One" that definitively thrust him into the limelight.
Wilder was featured in the pages of Vanity Fair alongside Alec Baldwin, Meg Ryan, Robin Wright, and Keifer Sutherland, GQ, Detour, and many other high profile titles. Often disinterested in the mainstream roles coming his way, he began turning his attention to the more provocative world of independent films and his passion for design and architecture.
Untrained as an architect or interior designer, Wilder's keen eye and distinct vision has transformed a dozen empty lots throughout California into panoramic living art. From gothic to baroque, sleekly modern to vintage chic, each of designs boasts a singularly unique aesthetic, one of which was recognized by HGTV as among LA's top three most outstanding properties alongside a Frank Lloyd Wright design.
Slowly the homes he built in his exclusive Hollywood Hills neighborhood have evolved into a loosely-structured artist's retreat inspired by Elia Kazan, Wilder's favorite renegade. Annie Leibovitz, Stanley Tucci, Blake Shelton, Tom Ford, Eddie Van Halen, Jesse James, and Stevie Wonder are just a few of the marquee names who have chosen his properties for photo shoots, exclusive events and long-term inspirational living spaces.
Horace Julian Bond (born January 14, 1940), known as Julian Bond, is an American social activist and leader in the Civil Rights Movement, politician, professor, and writer. While a student at Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia, during the early 1960s, he helped to establish the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC). Bond was elected to four terms in the Georgia House of Representatives and later to six terms in the Georgia Senate, having served a combined twenty years in both legislative chambers. From 1998 to 2010, he was chairman of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and the first president of theSouthern Poverty Law Center.
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