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Actor Oscar Torre has shared the screen with some of the acting talent in the business. He co-starred in the TV show “Cane” opposite Jimmy Smits, and appeared in the movies “The Hangover 3” and “Counterpunch”.
Torre turned his focus to directing with his new film “Pretty Rosebud”, which has garnered several awards from the “Idyllwild Film Festival”.
Torre will be showing his film and taking questions at the Reelworld Film Festival in Toronto, sponsored by NBCUniversal.
We will talk to Torre about his award winning film and the transition from acting to directing.
Did you know there are about 3000 Film Festivals a year with about 70% taking place in the U.S.? Have you heard of a Film Fest going on but dismissed checking it out?
After jumping into the @SBIFF2014 - that is, the Santa Barbara International Film Fest -- I learned a few of the inside ropes to make the most of a Film Festival experience so you can too,
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This week's guests Micah Van Hove of Los Angeles, CA and Kreg Gilson of Omaha, NE talk Filmmaking, Film Festivals, and following you passion to fund what you love to do in your life.
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Let's try again with the upcoming Housewares Show in Chicago. Lisa Casey will give us a look into the trend as well as some of the products.
Reeldisabilites is a film fest about people with disabilities. What's it all about? Jeri Mendelsohn will give us the scoop.
I went to an Italian restaurant called Vetro where I did a "chef tasting". Chef Michael Degeorgio presented a menu where each item was from a different regions of Italy. Why were these items chosen?
Join Monster and D as we sit and talk all things Horror and occasionaly get off topic and distracted. www.Fearcast.net http://www.youtube.com/user/FearCastNetwork?feature=mhee
This is a rebroadcast of the June 22, 2012 show: Gina Breedlove speaks about the community healing:One Billion Rising Bay Area, 6/24/12, at Civic Center Park (MLK At Allston Way, across from Berkeley High). http://www.bayarearising We close with an interview with San Francisco Silent Film Festival director, Anita Monga about "Silent Winter," a day long series of wonderful film classics with live musical performances this Saturday, Feb. 16, 2013, 10 am until. The festival takes place at the Castro theatre in San Francisco. Visit www.silentfilm.org for all day passes and information on programming.
This week on the BIG show, actor Chadwick Boseman stops by to discuss his role as Jackie Robinson in the baseball biopic, 42. We'll also talk with the founder of FilmFest DC, Tony Gittens about the his upcoming festival. Plus, we'll have entertainment news and reviews of the latest films including Trance, The Company You Keep and 42 all on Episode 181 of Keeping It Reel with FilmGordon
We open with an interview with Bay Area author, journalist and political columnist J. Douglas Allen-Taylor about his first novel, Sugaree Rising, set in the South Carolina coastal area Lowcountry in the late Depression years and discuss his well-crafted female characters like narrator Yally, Aunt Soo, Na'Risa, Nana'Timbi, Eshy. . . to hold the bridge between the past and the present as this community of Gullah people face an enemy threatening to end their collective lives. They resist while Yally feet in the middle of the path finds no rest, as her beloved community seems to be unraveling and withit her identity. Sugaree shows there are many ways to die, some more painful than others. And what do we do with the dead who refuse burial? http://www.sugareerising.com/Our next guest, David Roach is the founder of the Oakland International Film Festival, Apr. 4-7, 2013 http://www.oaklandinternationalfilmfestival.com/film-schedule/ We close with an interview with Bernadette Cooper her DIVA AND A TURNTABLE TOUR, Saturday, April 13, 2013, 8pm $29 & 10pm $27, open dance floor for 10pm show at Yoshi's in Oakland, CA. KLYMAXX, the legendary platinum-selling all female band, is synonymous with such chart hits as “The Men All Pause,” “Meeting in the Ladies Room,” “Sexy,” “I'd Still Say Yes,” “Divas Need Love Too,” and the band's biggest hit, the top five Billboard single, “I Miss You." And when you think of the groundbreaking Pop/R&B funk unit, you can't help but also think of its founding leader, musician, writer and producer, Bernadette Cooper.
For several years Tonya Lee Williams appeared in the popular daytime series The Young and the Restless, where she received high praise for her portrayal as Dr. Olivia Winters. Today, Williams is busy promoting her latest endeavor as Donna Berg in Cybergeddon, a webisode developed for Yahoo! and created by Anthony Zuiker, the creator of CSI. Cybergeddon is seen in more than 25 countries.
Join us on Monday, Nov 19 when Williams discusses her path to stardom, from daytime TV to co-starring with actor Rob Lowe in a recent feature film, to the exciting unveiling of Cybergeddon! And learn all about Williams’ ReelWorld Film Festival, a five-day event which she founded in 2000, and going into its 13 year!
Hear how Tonya Lee Williams is living her dream, right here on “Livin’ the Dream! with JBlair Brown,” at 7pm EST Monday, Nov 19.
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Making her mark in the Great White North, Anastasia’s debut single titled “Kiss & Tell" was released across Canada last month. The will debut her official Music Video in April at the ReelWorld Film Festival.
We'll talk to Anastasia A about hitting the Canadian festival circuit and her rich history in music.
Daniel Hoyos is the director of the brand new Student Filmmaker Showcase screening which will be of Seattle's True Indepdedent Film Festival 2011 (www.trueindependent.org) This talented group of young people are creating films that's showing the world they are the next generation of Hollywood film makers!
On tonights show we'll be discussing the current guest line-up to the FrightNight FilmFest 2010 Convention. We'll also discuss many ideas for the event that may impact this very show. It's a Horror show unlike any other!!!
We welcome back Lee Vervoort, the Director of "Gun Town." Lee will give us some up to date information with his arrival at the Frightnight Filmfest 2010 convention and we'll also talk with some of the actors from his film. It's a Horror show unlike any other!!!
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