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The Great team of Chris Hicks and Becca Moore will be on today talking about the film Franic and the early talk that has them playing at Sundance!
We will hear how they met the film came together and plans of events to come! You do not want to miss this show!
Melody Rendon, Wife of the late author and elder Manny Two Feathers, is a publicist and publisher of Native American books.
Her late husband Manny Twofeathers was a spiritual leader and elder. He travels extensively throughout the United States giving lectures and workshops on Native American Spirituality.
He published books, fiction/fantasy "Kokopelli's Dream . . . The Emergence of a Legend", his own story of his spiritual journey, "My Road to the Sundance" and "Stone People Medicine". These books have enjoyed huge publishing success and have been translated into other languages. He has also written several scripts. The common thread with all of his writing is the Native American theme.
He appeared as an extra in several films. Manny was often called on to perform Native American ceremonies such as the Sweat Lodge. He was the leader of his own Sundance, held every summer in Northwestern Pennsylvania, USA.
- Kokopelli's Dream
- Stone People Medicine
- My Road to the Sundance
On a special episode of Cinema Royale, Travis Hopson is joined by Keeping It Reel host Tim Gordon to recap the 30th Sundance Film Festival. We'll look at the parties, the celebrities, and of course discuss the very best of the over 200 movies that were part of the annual event.
The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview Sundance Channel Star Jayson Warner Smith. He will discuss discuss his career and his show Rectify.
Best known for his portrayal of Wendall Jelks on SundanceTV’s Rectify, Jayson has recently been working all over the Southeast from Wilmington, NC to New Orleans. With roles on FOX’s Sleepy Hollow and in the films, 99 Homes and Mississippi Grind, Jayson has been busy working with wonderful film makers and show-runners such as Ramin Bahrani, Ray McKinnon, Ryan Fleck and Anna Boden. He also found time to star in and play a supporting role in the films Heavy Water and Beacon Point respectively. Both are small budgeted high-end Atlanta produced independent films.
The Late Manny Twofeathers, Aztec and Yaqui, was born in Arizona. He was largely influenced by the southwest legends and native spirituality born of his ancestry. He has authored 2 hugely successful books: "My Road to the Sundance" (published by Hyperion and 2002 edition by Wo-Pila Publishing) and "Stone People Medicine" (published by Wo-Pila Publishing and New World Library) - both lean toward native spirituality, and have been published in foreign languages. Twofeathers is a spiritual elder and counselor. He travels extensively performing spiritual ceremonies, giving lectures and workshops throughout the U.S., Canada and Europe.
A native of South Central Arizona of Aztec descent, and being reared in the old ways, Manny has many gifts - both spiritual and creative. As a Sundancer and counselor, his reputation and popularity is growing to such a degree that demands are being made for him to appear all over the world giving lectures and workshops.
As an author Manny has written several books. His newest release, and first fiction story, "Kokopelli's Dream…the Emergence of a Legend" is being published in May, 2004. His own story, "My Road To The Sundance", enjoyed publishing success. In January 1995, he self published this book, and 5 months later, Disney's Hyperion Publishing purchased the rights to re-release it in hardcover for July, 1996.
The Sundance book has been translated into German and Italian editions, and a third REVISED edition is now available. In 1997, he released another self-published book, called "Stone People Medicine," it has sold 11,000 copies. It has been released in Italian, and is now re-released by New World Library, as a book boxed set with Stone Cards included. The common thread with all of Manny's written material, is the Native American spiritual theme.
Goodbye 2013! Hello 2014, and Cinema Royale is getting the year kicked off right by looking ahead to this year's Sundance Film Festival. Host Travis Hopson will be joined by Keeping It Reel with Filmgordon's Tim Gordon to discuss the hundreds of films debuting at Park City, and reveal their most anticipated. Plus, a preview of the daily content they'll be providing live from the snowy, celebrity-filled grounds of Sundance!
All that and a review of Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones; news on Batman vs. Superman, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, and more!
The Movie Geeks review the slate of films showcased at this year's Sundance and Slamdance Film Festivals.
Includes conversations with several filmmakers who are premiering their films at these events, including Christopher D. Ford, screenwriter of Robot and Frank starring Frank Langella (Sundance), writer/director Marshall Lewy of California Solo starring Robert Carlyle (Sundance), director Rick Alverson and star Tim Heidecker of The Comedy (Sundance), director Alexandra Berger of Danland (Slamdance), director Peter McLarnan and star Sam Hoolihan of The Sound of Small Things (Slamdance), and director Bryn Higgins of Unconditional (Slamdance).
Join Travel Brigade in Park City, Utah, for a look at the Sundance Film Festival and three of the Top 10 resorts as ranked by “Ski Magazine” for 2013 - Deer Valley, Park City Mountain and Canyons Resort. We’ll tell you how to ski for FREE at any Park City resort and give you info on the ins and outs of having fun at Sundance. We’ll have interviews with all three resorts as well as local restaurant critic Ted Scheffler, who will share great places to dine. We’ll also explore beyond the slopes to check out hotels, spas and winter activities. As always, we’ll have “Hot Topics in Travel” and “He Said, She Said.”
Join Travel Brigade in Park City, Utah, for a look at the Sundance Film Festival and three of the Top 10 resorts as ranked by Ski Magazine for 2013 - Deer Valley, Park City Mountain and Canyons Resort. We’ll tell you how to ski for FREE at any Park City resort and give you info on the ins and outs of having fun at Sundance. We’ll have interviews with all three resorts as well as local restaurant critic Ted Scheffler, who will share great places to dine. We’ll also explore beyond the slopes to check out hotels, spas and winter activities. As always, we’ll have “Hot Topics in Travel” and “He Said, She Said.”
Photo Credits: Sundance photos by Mark Maziarz. Ski photo by Mike Tittel. Photos courtesy Park City Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau. Fireside Dining photo courtesy Deer Valley.
Books: - Kokopelli's Dream - Stone People Medicine - My Road to the Sundance Manny was a native of South Central Arizona of Aztec descent, and being reared in the old ways. Manny had many gifts - both spiritual and creative. As a Sundancer and counselor, his reputation and popularity grew to such a degree that demands were being made for him to appear all over the world.
On this special edition of the BIG show, host Tim Gordon will be joined by colleague, Travis Hopson as we look back on the festivities of the 30th Annual Sundance Film Festival. The fest, which ran from January 16-26, screened over 200 films and included appearances from a bevy of A-list actors. Gordon and Hopson will discuss the films that are expected to be breakout hits and their biggest disappointments all on Episode 237 of Keeping It Reel with FilmGordon.
Teachers behaving badly.What makes someone with authority have sex with a innocent kid. We lookat Teachers giving their students and F. A new film giving people pause.Is this a hate film coming out? Is mocking white people reverse racist.
Winner of the 2014 Sundance Film Festival's Special Jury Award for Breakthrough Talent, Dear White People is a sly, provocative satire of race relations in the age of Obama. Writer/director Justin Simien follows a group of African American students as they navigate campus life and racial politics at a predominantly white college in a sharp and funny feature film debut that earned him a spot on Variety's annual "10 Directors to Watch." When Dear White People screened at MOMA's prestigious New Directors/New Films, the New York Times' A.O. Scott wrote, "Seeming to draw equal measures of inspiration from Whit Stillman and Spike Lee, but with his own tart, elegant sensibility very much in control, Mr. Simien evokes familiar campus stereotypes only to smash them and rearrange the pieces."The unexpected election of activist Samantha White (Tessa Thompson) as head of a traditionally black residence hall sets up a college campus culture war that challenges conventional notions of what it means to be black. Lorettas of New Orlean MVP Music Relief
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