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Tom Malloy has raised more than $25 million in private equity from independent financiers and has written, produced and starred, or co-starred, in nearly all the films. Some of these films include ASHLEY, which starred Nicole Fox and Michael Madsen last year, LOVE N’ DANCING, directed by Rob Iscove, and stars Amy Smart, Billy Zane, and Betty White; and the psychological thriller THE ALPHABET KILLER, directed by Rob Schmidt, and starring, Timothy Hutton, Tom, and Oscar Winner Melissa Leo. In addition to his work as a filmmaker, Tom is an accomplished author whose book BANKROLL: A New Approach to Financing Feature Films is considered the “gold standard” of indie film financing instruction. A second edition came out in 2012.
The best record in the NBA is now shared by the Memphis Grizzlies and the Golden State Warriors, thanks to Stephen Curry finally sinking a game-winning 3-pointer for the 'Dubs to give them a victory over the Orlando Magic last night.
At 15-2, the teams sit atop the Western Conference. Both were highly regarded coming into this season, but neither was expected to get off to a start this good. We will get to judge them against each other in a little more than two weeks when they lay each other for the first time.
So until then, we debate.
The Warriors have a 10-game winning streak and lead the NBA in point differential at 10.0 per game; while the Grizzlies are third in point differential at 8.1 and take a five-game winning streak into tonight's game against the Houston Rockets.
Golden State's two losses came back-to-back against the Phoenix Suns and the San Antonio Spurs back on Nov. 9 and Nov. 11. The Grizzlies two defeats came Nov. 8 at Milwaukee and Nov. 19 at Toronto.
The Grizzlies are 11-0 against the West, and I have Marc Gasol leading Stephen Curry in the latest edition of my weekly MVP rankings.
I talked about the Grizzlies, the Warriors, and the merits of Gasol vs. Curry in the MVP race in this interview with Gary Darby on "The Eric Hasseltine Show" on 92.9 ESPN Radio in Memphis. Enjoy.
November 13 - Blues Guitarist/Composer - Memphis Gold
Blues fans all over the world continue to discover the incredible sounds of Memphis Gold. Born in Memphis, Tennessee in 1955, Memphis Gold, Chester Chandler was the thirteenth child of fourteen. His father also a musician introduced his son to the guitar at the tender age of 4. By the age of 8, he was a regular on historic Beale Street in Memphis where he played the guitar and danced for pocket change from the crowd.
Following in the footsteps of his famous cousins, Grammy Award Winner, Denise Williams, and Author/Activist/Comedian, Dick Gregory, Memphis has come a long way on a journey that has lasted half a century. Having released four full length albums to date, he has shared the stage with such artists as Bernard Allison, David Banner, James Brown, R.L. Burnside, Barbara Carr, Big Lucky Carter, George Clinton and the Parliament Funkadelic All Stars, Deborah Coleman, Shemikca Copeland, Robert Cray, Eddie Cusac, John Hammond, Little Jimmy King, Bettye Lavette, Johnny Lang, Kenny Neal, Taj Mahal, Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes, Bobby Parker, Louisianna Red, Lil Jimmy Reed, Jimmie Lee Robinson, Guitar Shorty, Elder Utah Smith, Mavis Staples, Hubert Sumlin, Roomful of Blues, Sister Rosetta Tharpe , Otis Rush, The Temptations, Jimmy Vaughn, and many more.
Get ready for an hour of some good old, down home, foot thumpin blues. As the saying goes, Memphis Gold is definitely the real deal.
Abraham Doe is from NYC. MBA Int'l business, worked Wall Street and Corporate America 30 years. One 4 credit film class undergrad - fell in love with film. Wants to contribute to strengthening the fabric of America via TV and film. Dec. 7, 2014 - PHOENIX -- A new TV court drama, "Trial 2020," about America's challenges defining "right" and "wrong," is right-timed and catching attention. Private discussions about acquisition options have begun.The Script Behind The Film introducing you to great film makers. The Cast
Nadine Jackson - Beverly Whittington
Sandy Penny - Blanche Anderson
Eva Louis - Judge Rhonda Sanchez
Tim Helmstadter - Neely McClelland
Mark DeBoer - Johnny Wood
Mark Rose - Officer Jack Adams
Marc DeCrosta - Luther Brock
Julie Van Lith - Mandie Chadsworth
Joseph Martin Jauch - Mitchell McLaughlin
Abraham Doe - Atwell Jake
Miles Koudelka - Detective Thomas Kennedy
Sylvie Cohen - Court Audience
Susan Jude - Court Audience (as Susie Laskorski)
Susan Rienzo - Bar Scene
Daniel Blunk - Court Audience
Rebecca Shriver - Court Audience
Jessica Daniels - Court Audience
Ryan Van Sickle - Court Audience
Matt Cluever - Court Audience
Janet Boudreau - Court Audience
Also Author Rene Abril joins us with our giveaways We will make a random call to someone in the United States letting them know they have won one of his books .Our way getting the artist out there in America. If you heard one of our live calls, you would know 95% it will go wrong .
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Lets talk about the ending of Marvel's Agent of Shield.
Kristin Peterson is a Janesville native and a filmmaker. While she is working on her own short film Dog*Walk, for the past 3 years, Kristin’s been closely involved with Beloit International Film Festival where she works as a programmer and other things. We spoke about what Kristin learned from watching over 3,000 films, the importance of sound, and how we could get Angelina Jolie to work with small independent moviemakers.
Amy Stevens is a professor of special education at UW-Whitewater. Amy stopped in to talk about the work she does in Jamaica where she goes annually to help train local teachers, what she learned from her experience, how great the island nation’s needs are, and how little things from America, can make a huge difference in a one-room school house in Jamaica.
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Adam Avery has been working in the film and television industry since 2001, when he started as an intern at producer Joel Silver's company Silver Pictures at Warner Bros. His first on-screen credit was as Post Production Coordinator on "Ghost Ship," the 2002 horror film from Silver's Dark Castle Entertainment. From his experience on that film he was able to join the Motion Picture Editor's Guild and after a brief stint on "Cradle 2 the Grave", he started working as a Visual Effects Editor on such films as "Be Cool," "House of Wax," and "The Reaping. Dreamworks Studios film "I am Number Four." He followed that up with "Mr. Popper's Penguins" before going on location to Berlin for the Paramount film "Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters." In 2012, he worked for director Francis Lawrence on a television pilot called "Gotham" (no relation to the current Fox show) and then headed back to Paramount for the Tom Cruise film "Jack Reacher." Later in 2012, Adam joined the Jackie Robinson biopic "42" for Legendary Pictures. That was followed up with another Legendary movie, 2014's "Godzilla," where he worked with Oscar-winning Visual Effects Supervisors Jim Rygiel and John Dykstra.Currently, Adam is the Visual Effects Editor on "Jurassic World," the fourth movie in the "Jurassic Park" series. Produced by Steven Spielberg and directed by Colin Trevorrow, the film is slated to be released on June 12, 2015.The movies Adam has worked on have made over $2 billion combined at the box office worldwide. You can email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or follow us on Twitter @123Film
Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and GBBLive is feeling mighty thankful to be back on BlogTalkRadio! Tune in to the show via this link or listen in the player below at 6:30 PM CT!
The first segment of the show will feature Host Joe Mullinax and Producer Chip Williams welcoming GBB Managing Editor Chris Faulkner for his weekly "Grizzly Bear News" segment. Two games have been played since GBBLive's return last Thursday, and the guys will break down the good, bad and ugly of the 2 impressive blowout victories for the Memphis Grizzlies.
Segment two will feature the first appearance on GBBLive of Jon Roser, the Producer of "The Chris Vernon Show" on 92.9 FM ESPN Memphis. Roser is quite opinionated on a variety of topics and should be a great interview as he, Joe and Chip discuss Courtney Lee's hot start and whether or not Marc Gasol truly is an MVP candidate 14 games into the season.
Finally, segment three will have friend of the site and show Kevin Lipe of the Memphis Flyer's Beyond the Arc blog return to the BlogTalkRadio airwaves. The bench, Dave Joerger and Memphis' place among the elite in the NBA will all be topics of conversation with GBB's former managing editor.
All this and more on tonight's GBBLive! Follow us on Twitter @GBBLive and be sure to sign up for a month membership with audibletrial.com/grizzlybearblues so that you can get a great audio book deal and also help GBBLive help out the good folks over at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital via donation.
Joey Horvitz is a seasoned Producer with over 2 decades of entertainment industry experience. Horvitz’s expertise includes fundraising, development, production, distribution, brand integration, marketing and talent relations. Horvitz is always deeply involved in the creative process of all his projects. For the past 2 years, Horvitz has been responsible for the Award-winning Lexus Short Films initiative in association with the Weinstein Company. He has overseen all aspects of the project from creative and production to marketing and distribution.After his tenure at Cutting Edge, Horvitz founded production company Contagious Entertainment. Contagious produced a number of
projects in the film, music, print, online and mobile arenas. Horvitzwas instrumental in the company’s growth on a global scale securing a multi-million dollar independent film fund, followed by a multi-picture film deal with Bob Yari and the Yari Film Group. The film fund backed several of the company’s global hits including the highly successful
feature film, The Illusionist, which starred Edward Norton, Jessica Biel, and Paul Giamatti. Horvitz was credited Executive Producer on the film. Horvitz spearheaded a groundbreaking cross-platform viral web marketing ultimately helped lead to the film’s global success. Horvitz has become a brand integration expert, and most recently has been working with top clients and brands to produce high quality award winning content for multi-platform consumption. In 2014 Horvitz’s films from the Lexus Short Films campaign, Market Hours and Operation Barn Owl, competed in over 25 major film festivals globally with several wins. You can email your questions to email@example.com or follow us on Twitter @123Film
Corky Kessler, top film attorney, discusses the funding extension of section 181 of the Jobs Act.
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The film The interview" about an assassination plot on the Head of North Korea Kim Jong Un may have become to popular comedy. Or it may have faded away in obscurity as another bad movie. We'll never know, Sony Pictures has chosen not to release the film to the theaters, based on the theater owners' decision not to play the film and risk threatened terrorist attacks. Some say Americans shouldn't let foreigners tell them what kinds of movies they can watch. But was the movie in poor taste from the beginning? Should it have even been made in the first place? And is the assassination of a government leader ever funny? How should President Obama respond to North Korea and to Sony?