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Today we will be talking about the book "Motion to Defend" the poor yet devout Christian with Brother Derek Fayson from Chicago. You will be blessed by this well written thoughtful book. We will also be talking about the work they are doing in Chicago.
Pastor Charles Rogers out of Columbus Ohio and Sister Araina Mickens- The administrator of the Bounce Back to life program in Chicago will also join us.
Micah's latest project;
GOLDRUSH: A story about moving from a small town to make it big in California and all the unexpected bumps along the way. A theme that relates directly to actors but also anyone who's struggled with making it on their own. Based on this writer/director's own experiences, as well as those of his lead actor.
Carl Lindbergh attended California State University Long Beach and received a Bachelor of Arts degree in film production in 2000. Shortly after graduation, Lindbergh formed his first production company, ANOC productions i.e. A NO ONE CARES PRODUCTIONS. The company would primarily focus on the funding and production of his feature films.
The Bunny Man character was inspired by the true story of an axe-wielding man in a bunny suit who terrorized residents of Fairfax County, Virginia in 1970. Going wild with that inspiration, writer/director Carl Lindbergh and his company ANOC Productions created and released Bunnyman in 2011. Despite mixed reviews, the film gained a sizable following and has been known to play back-to-back on the cable TV channel Chiller.
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After many years of acting, he asked famed director Barry Levinson for a production job and was guided to the casting department. Matthew has since spent the next 19 years directing actors as a casting director, working with Tim Burton on “Ed Wood and “Mars Attacks”, Brett Ratner on “Rush Hour 1 and 2” and “Family Man”, Nick Cassavetes on “Unhook the Stars”, “She’s So Lovely”, “John Q” “The Notebook”, “Alpha Dog” ,“My Sisters Keeper” and “The Other Woman”, and producer Jerry Bruckheimer on “Crimson Tide” (Tony Scott) and “Con Air” (Simon West). Matthew’s ability to spot and work with talent has allowed him to discover or advance the careers of James Gandolfini and the late Philip Seymour Hoffman (“Money For Nothing”), Ryan Phillipe, Steve Zahn, Danny Nucci and James LeSure (“Crimson Tide”), Don Cheadle (“Devil in a Blue Dress”), Dave Chappelle and Monica Potter (“Con Air”), Lucy Liu (“Shanghai Noon”), Dakota Fanning (“Tomcats”), Roselyn Sanchez (“Rush Hour 2”) Rachel McAdams (“The Notebook”), Katt Williams (“Friday After Next”), and Anton Yelchin, Olivia Wilde, Amanda Seyfried (“Alpha Dog”) just to name a few! You can email your questions to email@example.com or follow us on Twitter @123Film
Ricki Maslar, CSA is a successful casting director and producer with over thirty years experience in the entertainment industry says: "I want to talk about personal empowerment when you go into offices. This applies to everyday life and knowing that you are always enough. "I AM". "
Ricki has held a variety of positions as an agent, casting director, manager, teacher, and producer. As a casting director Maslar has had the opportunity to work on studio and independent features with credits that include Blackforest: The 420 Witch, The Bronx Bull, Under the Bed, The Line and Dahmer. Her actor-friendly philosophy has earned her high praise from actors and colleagues alike, yet Maslar says she is simply living and working by the ‘golden rule.’
She was recently honored by the TMA. She was nominated for the Feature Film Casting Director of the Year. Maslar has had the privilege of casting well over 100 films. When Maslar is not casting or producing, she is mentoring up and coming talent through her workshops.
Teaching has always been a passion for Maslar who has been doing so for over fifteen years in Canada and North America. Her workshop presentation offers actors valuable insight about the entertainment industry – yet another extension of her commitment to actors.
Above all of her accomplishments, Maslar is most proud of her two children – Samantha Anne and Scott Aaron. Watching her children grow up into wonderful people who work in careers that help others has been her greatest reward. She is dedicated to helping others and believes everyone can make a difference.
Welcome, Welcome , To tonights show, We have something in store for you all tonight. We are going to talk about getting into motion and getting it together and working towards goals and creating a future for yourself and your families..
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Ward Serrill is an award-winning director whose feature Documentary, “The Heart of the Game,” was released nationally by Miramax Films and won best documentary at Portland International Film Festival and Maui International Film Festival. The film won high praise across the country from the likes of Jay Leno, Ebert and Roeper, People Magazine, USA Today, O Magazine and Rolling Stone.
Ward has written, directed or produced over 90 short films for progressive causes. He conceived and was Executive Producer for “Wild America,” narrated by Sissy Spacek. He co-directed and produced “Building One House,” narrated by Robert Redford, which was instrumental in the film's central character winning Oprah Winfrey's “Use Your Life Award.” Ward’s film, “Esther Shea: The Bear Stands Up,” was broadcast nationally on PBS.
Ward is the President of Woody Creek Pictures, and is developing various documentary projects. His most recent film, co-produced with Betsy Chasse (co-creator of What the Bleep!), is entitled, “Song of the New Earth.” For info: http://woodycreekpictures.com andhttp://songofthenewearth.com
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