SORT BY Relevancy
Michelle Tam of Nom Nom Paleo fame stops by to chat with us about the ins and outs of maintaining a busy household while cooking and feeding everyone real, whole food. She's also going to be talking about her fantastic new iPad cooking app!
Music Composer Rich Walters was recently just nominated for his 2nd Leo award in as many years. As well, over the past five years he’s been nominated for a Canadian Screen Award for his score in the television mini series, Ring Of Fire. He was also fortunate enough to have won a Leo Award for that same mini series last year. He’s also been the recipient of two Emmy Award Nominations for the television mini series, Tin Man and Alice. Currently Rich is busy composing the score for Neill Blomkamps next feature film for Sony Pictures and MRC starring Hugh Jackman, Sigourney Wearver, Sharlto Copley and Dev Patel titled “Chappie”. He’s also looking forward to beginning work on a new television series for SYFY Universal titled “Olympus”. Over the past few years, Rich has recorded with the Czech National Symphony in Prague. As well, he’s recorded with the London Philharmonic at Abbey Road Studios and been fortunate enough to have worked at Air Studios Lyndhurst in London. After high school Rich continued his study of music at Capilano University where he focused on Jazz, music theory and composition. It was also at this point where he began to study Piano and Guitar. Although his primary interests have always been jazz and electronica, Rich continually finds himself enamored with the avant-garde side of modern music which keeps inspiring him as a composer for film, television and multimedia productions.You can email your questions to email@example.com or follow us on Twitter @123Film
Felix van Groeningen graduated from the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Ghent, Belgium. His 2009 film The Misfortunates was a Flemish hit and won the Istanbul Film Festival's Golden Tulip. He has written and directed plays with the Ghent theatre group Kung Fu. All four of his features have been collaborations with producer Dirk Impens. His earlier features are With Friends Like These in 2007) and Steve + Sky in 2004. His film The Broken Circle of Friends was Nominated for Best Foreign Film/Belgium at the 2014 Academy Awards. You can email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or follow us on Twitter @123Film
David Hirschfelder was raised in the country township of Ballarat.After graduating from Ballarat Grammar he continued his music education at The University of Melbourne. From the mid-80s to early-90s, Hirschfelder became the musical brain behind many of Australia’s landmark concert events and recordings. David’s first film-score for Baz Luhrmann’s “Strictly Ballroom” won a BAFTA. In 1996 David received an Oscar nomination, an AFI and an APRA award for his “Shine” score; and in 1998 a further Oscar nomination, as well as BAFTA and APRA awards for “Elizabeth”. Hirschfelder is now recognised globally as one of Australia’s most distinguished screen composers. Other works include “Eternity” for orchestra, choir and 1000 tap-dancers (commissioned for the Opening Ceremony of the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games), “Mixed Doubles” for string quartet (commissioned by Leigh Warren’s Dance Theatre for the 2004 Adelaide Arts Festival), David’s recent film-scores include Baz Luhrmann’s “Australia” (2008), Zack Snyder’s “Legend Of The Guardians” (2010), and James Cameron’s “Sanctum” (2011). 2014 will see the release of Craig Monahan’s "Healing" featuring Hugo Weaving, along with Jonathan Teplitzky’s "The Railway Man" starring Colin Firth and Nicole Kidman, which received it’s world premiere at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival. You can email your questions to email@example.com or follow us on Twitter @123Film
Marie Larkin is an award winning hairstylist for television and film. She was most recently nominated for a BAFTA for her work in Steven Soderbergh's film about Liberace, Behind the Candelabra. She also garnered an Emmy and a Guild Award for the same film. She has worked on many projects in her 15 years in the film business, such as the cult hit, Arrested Development. Her most recent credit is Chef, directed by Jon Favreau that will be released this May. You can email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org Link: www.123FilmEasy.com. Follow us on Twitter @123Film
1. Paleo Blogger Michelle Tam of Nom Nom Paleo [1:55] 2. Nom Nom Paleo new cookbook and iPad app [5:41] 3. Graphic Design and Michelle’s “real world” job reconciliation [16:40] 4. Shift work: Sleep, clean eating, stress and balance. [21:24] 5. Empowering kids to paleo eating. [29:03] 6. School lunches [34:06] 7. Kids and homework [37:31] 8. Getting bone broth to gel [39:35] 9. Sous-vide, pressure cooking, and slow cooking. [41:53] 10. Time spent cooking [44:28] 11. Tips on cooking a brisket [49.13] 12. Rapid fire: books, coffee, alcohol, and TV. [53:44]
Mr. Sylvester’s has worked on more than 95 films.He began his film career in 1990 as a sound assistant for the post production sound house SoundBusters. At that time, SoundBusters were fresh off their Oscar®™-winning soundscape for “Dances With Wolves.” As he gained more experience and developed greater sound editorial skills, his roles changed from assistant editor to dialogue editor, sound effects editor, foley editor and then Supervising Foley Editor and ADR Supervisor. Some of the films Don worked on during this time were nominated for the Motion Picture Sound Editor’s Guild’sGolden Reel Award: “Master And Commander” (2008), “X-2” (2003), “The Emperor’s New Groove” (2000) and “U-571” (2000), which also won the Oscar®™that year for Best Sound. Having supervised Foley or ADR on a number of films, Don’s responsibility expanded to include supervising all the sound for a motion picture (Supervising Sound Editor). His first credit in this role was the film “Doctor Dolittle 2” (2001). He has since supervised 19 films. As the Supervising Sound Editor, he has been nominated for the MPSE’s Golden Reel Award on two occasions: “Antwone Fisher” (2002) and “3:10 To Yuma” (2007). He won his first British Academy Award (BAFTA®™) for Best Sound in 2006 for “Walk The Line.” Don’s most recent project is “The Fault In Our Stars”, to be release this June by Twentieth Century Fox. You can email your questions to email@example.com or follow us on Twitter @123Film
William Louis Harvey, a nom de plume, worked in California during the era of the California medical malpractice insurance crisis, as well as afterwards, when the MICRA law took effect, limiting the monetary awards for "pain and suffering" in trial verdicts. He also chaired a committee that reviewed all malpractice claims involving a major California hospital. Harvey continues to follow the national attempt to control the costs ofmedical malpractice litigation, known as Tort Reform.While Malpractice! The Novel, is a work of fiction, it is rooted in the personal experiences and first hand knowledge Harvey acquired during his years on the front lines of the clash between the medical and legal professions. Details of some of the cases he experienced are engraved in his memory, and small portions of these find their way into the novel—probably a ccommon occurrence with writers of realistic fiction. Malpractice! the Novel refers to Tort Reform ( a tort, in civil law, is a wrongful act ). Harvey, like many others, believes that California’s MICRA law is a good model for national Tort Reform, with modification.
Currently the Head of Factual Drama at ITV in the UK, Jeff Pope is an award-winning writer for Film and Television. Film credits include ESSEX BOYS (Sean Bean, Alex Kingston), PIERREPOINT: THE LAST HANGMAN (Timothy Spall) and most recently the critically acclaimed PHILOMENA (Judi Dench, Steve Coogan) for which Jeff picked up Golden Globe, BIFA and London Critics Circle nominations and BAFTA and Venice Film Festival wins for Best Adapted Screenplay. TV work includes BAFTA-winning ITV drama MRS BIGGS (Sheridan Smith), the multi-award winning DIRTY, FILTHY LOVE and new drama LUCAN (Rory Kinnear), based on the life of the playboy aristocrat. As a producer, Jeff has helmed a number of award-winning dramas including MO, a bio-pic based on the life of politician Mo Mowlam, the BAFTA winning SEE NO EVIL - THE MOORS MURDERS and most recently APPROPRIATE ADULT (Dominic West, Emily Watson), which earned five BAFTA awards as well as a Golden Globe nomination. You can email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org Link: www.123FilmEasy.com. Follow us on Twitter @123Film
Roy Dan Baron Global Freedom Networks interviews Dr. William Harvey , a nom de plum, is a former surgeon and chair on a medical malpractice committee for a major California hospital who just wrote a book interleaved with experiences from his career.
Roused by a recent New York Times article about the American male novelist’s fear of addressing sexuality, William Harvey included honest snovel’s characters to his historical drama novel, Malpractice the Novel.
He could speak about bringing sex back to the American novel, or simply speak as the expert he is on the topic of medical malpractice and the affects it's had on doctors and care in the US.
Listen to Pao Lee Talk Show: Mloog xov xwm los ntawm Hmoob cov Nom Tswv rau July 3, 2014, muaj ntau yam koj yuav kawm tau rau hnub no tseem ceeb heev ..
Re-recording mixer Chris Burdon was recently nominated for an Academy Award and a BAFTA Award for his Sound Mixing work on the Paul Greengrass directed film, Captain Phillips. In recent years he has worked on numerous high profile and critically acclaimed flms. His many credits include Corpse Bride, Kick-Ass, Sherlock Holmes: A Game Of Shadows, Anna Karenina, The Counselor and Philomena to name but a few. It was during his Television mixing in the early nineties that Chris was able to begin making strong contacts on the Feature Film side of the industry. The De Lane Lea studios contained both Television and Feature mixing rooms which made it the perfect environment to move freely between many different projects. Sound editorial team Phaze UK, who had previously worked on Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels and Snatch for Producer Matthew Vaughn, became strong allies which led to an extremely long and successful relationship with Matthew Vaughn in his role as Film director. One early film Chris mixed as part of that team was Layer Cake directed by Matthew Vaughn and starring Daniel Craig. In recent years Chris has concentrated mainly on mixing Feature Films and the recent acquisition of De Lane Lea by Warner Bros has increased the range of opportunities available to him. You can email your questions to email@example.com or Follow us on Twitter @123Film
Join Host Live Chats
- Trunews Radio (16 chatters)
- Pro Wrestling Torch (15 chatters)
- Journey Into Light (8 chatters)
- NLPI RADIO USA KURT LOGSDON (7 chatters)
- Patriot Family (7 chatters)
- TheRealSideRadio (6 chatters)
- The Hereafter Is Now Network (5 chatters)
- Christism with Nadia Khalil Bradley (5 chatters)
- Aubrey Allen Smith (4 chatters)
- Its Real Talk Live (4 chatters)
- The War Room (4 chatters)
- Earlene Greene (3 chatters)
- Audrey Russo (3 chatters)
- Straight Talk14 (2 chatters)
- The Boland Report (2 chatters)
- Crs Radio Caribbean Radio Show (2 chatters)
- TPPCTV (2 chatters)
- Trek Talking (2 chatters)
- whaleystudios (2 chatters)
- The JEWEL Network (1 chatters)
- The Organic View (1 chatters)
- the certain ones (1 chatters)
- SportsTime Radio (1 chatters)
- pgant (1 chatters)
- Clark and Selby (1 chatters)
- Everything Kathy B (1 chatters)
- GANGSTERS SPORTS (1 chatters)
- JASmius (1 chatters)