• 01:30

    Creatively Speaking (TM) On The Air

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    Tell it Like it Is: Black Independent Filmmaking in NYC 1968-1986


    The Film Society of Lincoln Center – Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center and Walter Reade Theater 


    Friday, February 6th – Thursday, February 19th 


    Tonight’s program highlights the opening night film, “Losing Ground” by Kathleen Collins.


    Guests include co-producer and director of cinematography, Ronald Gray and Nina Collins, daughter of the late Kathleen Collins.


    Ronald Gray is a filmmaker, musician and photographer. Working in film, he has been a producer, director, cinematographer and editor. His first film was the multi-award-winning Transmagnifican Dambamuality (1976), which also received two Creative Arts Program grants and one American Film Institute grant. Gray collaborated with Kathleen Collins as co-producer, cinematographer and co-editor on The Cruz Brothers and Miss Malloy and Losing Ground. 


    Nina Collins' mother, Kathleen Collins’s film career began in 1972. She was working at Channel Thirteen as an editor when she met Ronald Gray. Rejected by the WNET filmmaker-training program, he crashed and sat in on the course anyway, and that’s where they first met. A couple years later Ronald heard that Kathleen was teaching at City College. The first class he took with her was in the Speech department, where the assignment was to analyze how three speeches by Malcolm X changed over time.    

  • 01:21

    Creatively Speaking (TM) On The Air

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    Michelle Materre, The Grande Dame of Black Whole


    Co-Host Sabrina Schmidt Gordon is currently the co-director of The Black Documentary Collective, an organization founded by renowned documentary filmmaker, St. Clair Bourne. Sabrina is a film editor and producer who made her editing debut with an Emmy-winning episode of WGBH’s Greater Boston Arts series. She is the co-producer and editor of HIP-HOP: BEYOND BEATS AND RHYMES, a documentary about manhood and gender politics in mainstream HipHop that premiered at the 2006 Sundance Film Festival and was broadcast nationally on PBS' Independent Lens. 


    Jessica Green is the Cinema Director of Maysles’ Cinema, host of the upcoming series on Haitian filmmaker Raoul Peck. She is also associate producing an adaptation of Henry James' The Beast In the Jungle and producing a documentary on Graffiti titled Anything You Can Get Away With. She got her new media sea legs as the executive editor of BET.com from 2000 independent hip hop magazine Stress (1994-2001). 


    Jake Perlin is currently the Programmer at Large for The Film Society of Lincoln Center, host of the upcoming series “Tell It Like it Is: Black Independents in NYC 1968-1986” opening on February 6th. He is the Executive Director of Artists Public Domain, a nonprofit film production and consultation organization that includes Cinema Conservancy, which preserves and releases works of American independent cinema. From 2003 to 2011, he was the Associate Film Curator at BAMcinématek and in 2013, he co-programmed the New Yawk New Wave series with Bruce Goldstein at Film Forum.


     

  • 01:32

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    Michelle Materre, The Grande Dame of Black Whole


     


     

  • 01:01

    Spiritual Love Making, for You and your Partner

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    Spiritual Love Making, for You and your Partner, Tonight’s Relax, Let Go, BE with Charles invites you to join in discovery, creating the experience of Loving yourself, and your partner, Mind, Body and Spirit!  Learn ways to share spiritual and soul energy in your love making. Romantic and love filled ways to bring your special someone with you on magical journeys, meditations, and awesome experiences sharing wondrous spiritual energy. Listeners can join in share their stories, struggles, and experiences. A love filled mediation to connect with and allow your spiritual love energy to flow though you, and connect soul to soul with your current partner, inner mate, coming partner if you are single. We will be LIVE After our meditation for listeners to share their experiences. Those logged into BlogTalk Radio will as well be able to participate in a live chat during the show! You can listen live, and if you choose you can join in the conversation by calling (646)-721-9527.  www.RelaxLetGoBE.com click the Mic on the top of the home page. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/relaxletgobe You can access podcast of all The Relax, Let Go, BE with Charles shows using the same links when the show is not live.

  • 01:31

    Creatively Speaking (TM) On The Air

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    Michelle Materre, The Grande Dame of Black Whole


     


     

  • 02:00

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    Michelle Materre, The Grande Dame of Black Whole


    Michelle Materre moderates illustrious panel celebrating the lives of two Black documentary film pioneers – Bill Miles and Bill Greaves – LIVE at The Schomburg Center for Black Research and Culture with Stanley Nelson, Warrington Hudlin, Mable Haddock, Woodie King, Jr. and Nina Rosenblum. 

  • 01:30

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    Michelle Materre, The Grande Dame of Black Whole


     


     

  • 02:20

    A Guide to Understanding Practical Spirituality with Ori Oasis

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    You’re invited to be a part of a conversation that deals with understanding yourself. Often we hear discussions about chakras, oracles, tarots, energy, etc... But what does it all mean? What is a reading? Who are the people that do the readings? What is it that you need to know in order to understand when having a reading done?  Our guess for this conversation is no stranger to Common Sense Conversations, Diyah Pinck, the owner and creator of Ori's Oasis and OrisOasis.com. Join us as she breaks it down for a simple understanding of practical spirituality! A lucky caller will receive a free reading from Diyah!

  • 01:38

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    Michelle Materre, The Grande Dame of Black Whole


     


     

  • 01:34

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    ENCORE PRESENTATION


    Ka’ramuu Kush, writer/director of “And then…”, launches his, INDIEGOGO $100,000 crowdfund campaign for his feature film debut, as the FREAK takes you.


    We’re featuring an Encore presentation of “And Then” by Karamu Kush live at the New School back in August 2013. This show is a live program at The New School with filmmakers Ka’ramuu Kush and Sean O’Halloran, from the film, “And Then”, a 30-minute film which is a coming-of-womanhood story that deals with one woman's confrontation of issues surrounding body image, communication and the psychology of sex. It is for adults only.


    Join in the campaign with Creatively Speaking by supporting “as the FREAK takes you” on INDIEGOGO. https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/as-the-freak-takes-you


    Ka'ramuu Kush, winner of the Shadow & Act Filmmaker Challenge, is a graduate of the New School University with a BFA in Writing and the Arts, as well as an MFA in Theatre Directing / Classical Drama from Sarah Lawrence College and an MFA in Film Directing from the AFI Conservatory. His AFI thesis film SALVATION ROAD garnered awards from DGA, FUJIFILM, THE CAUCUS FOUNDATION and numerous others before it's premiere on HBO. 

  • 01:30

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    Michelle Materre, The Grande Dame of Black Whole


     


     

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