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♥For all those in love with The Walking Dead this is a series for you! STILL is a SciFi-Fantasy webseries that screams creepy! What do you do in a small town when strange sounds fill the sky and your neighbors turn into zombies? RUN! This series is incredibly eerie, well written and the editing is incredible.
♥STILL is nominated for 4 Indie Series Awards, was an Official Selction of the LA Web and is an Official Selction of Hollyweb Festival. Join me tonight as I chat with the creator of STILL Jonthan Holbrook, the man behind Supervisor of FX Special Effects Brent Barrie and actors Dave Shecter (Levi) and Chloe Holbrook (Nina).
The King of DC Media, William Powell, welcomes Director Jake Fischer from the hot new fan Webseries, "Aquaman". Watch Episode One here. Read my interview with Natalia here.
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Peter Hyoguchi used Kickstarter to fund the first two episodes of an action SF webseries called THE NEW KIND. He's one of a growing number of new millenium creators who are reinventing the Hollywood model. Listen in as we chat with him about his series and his fundraising efforts.
Darvin and Yuka (17 and 18) fall in love but have never physically met -- a psychic link connects them. They are The New Kind; The next link in Humanity’s evolution. If they ever find each other, it will cause a chain reaction, instantly transforming all young people into god-like beings. But before that can happen, Darvin and Yuka must survive an evil force hunting them.
On The Kowch tonight welcomes writer, producer and director, Steve Silverman. The topic...CHANGE...do you change, do you want to, how do you, what would you change if you could? I will be taking your calls, tell me about your changes....call in to 516 418 5594 to chat LIVE! AND, sign into the show with your facebook to chat in the chatroom. Bring your wine and have some fun..!
Tune in Wednesday night at 7 pm EST and meet Turner Smith and Luke Peter. Hear about "Finding the Trail," the exciting webseries they are working on that shows why the sport of ultramarathoning is so popular in this country. Find out what Luke and Turner strive to learn from the everyday people who dare to do ultra races and why they enjoy doing them on different terrains. Discover how you can help support their Kickstarter project to fund their webseries. Call In lines will be open at (347) 850-8907. Hosted by Elisia Owens Mumford.
Check out the following links for more information on Turner, Luke, and "Finding the Trail" film:
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1015537644/finding-the-trail (Kickstarter website)
http://findingthetrailthefilm.tumblr.com/ (Tumblr site)
https://twitter.com/findthetrail (Youtube site)
Tim Lilly was born in Washington D.C. on January 16th, 1965. At the age of 3 his family moved from Virginia to Taiwan while his father served in Vietnam as the Director of Air Operations for Air America in Military Region 2 based in Nha Trang. In 1973 the Paris Peace accord was signed thus ending American involvement in the war and Vietnam was declared safe for U.S. Dependants, subsequently; he and his family relocated there shortly after the treaty was signed. On April 1st, 1975 Tim and his family left Vietnam just before Saigon fell to the North Vietnamese Army on April 30th. They had visited Hawaii several times on vacation and decided to make that their home. His father started a real estate business where Tim began to work at the age of 14. He eventually came to run the company in 2005 but it was decimated by the Great Recession of 2008 and closed its doors on June 30th, 2009. Tim Lilly has been a lifetime martial artist and speaks Mandarin due to his living in Taiwan at such a young age. He is now exploring a career in acting, martial arts stunt work, and is now an author. His first work of fiction; "Wode Susu-My Uncle-A Story Of The Chinese Mafia", is a ground breaking look into the inner workings of the most secretive criminal organization the world has ever known.
Also on Hammer 96.7, special fx horror king, Ward Benoit---
Ward Benoit has been in this business for a little over 3 years!! In that time he has been in or worked on 6 local feature films (Creeping Crawling, Little Bi Peep, Cryptid, Future Stakes, Dead Burger and Dr Acid Face) 3 short films (Fresh Meat, Home, Invisible Guest) 3 webseries (The May Files, The Monster of the Week, Super Knocked Up) & 5 music videos!! Ward is proud of his accomplishments and in between films he has been doing some photo shoots! He's done The Butcher Shop, Terminator vs Zombies, Santas Slay, and the latest one called "The Shoot"!
Described as "Soul Music's MC", Royce Hall (Chinyelu Alimayu) is much more than your typical Hip-Hop lyricist and Neo-Soul vocalist. This actor, arranger, composer, songwriter (Yo! Royce Be Easy Music Publishing, ASCAP), and alum of Florida A & M University, is also a multi-instrumentalist, who happens to be well versed in over 5 instruments, including but not limited to clarinet, alto sax, piano and drums. He has been internationally chosen and featured 3 times by Hip-Hop Sisters(an organization under the leadership of and founded by pioneer MC Lyte), selected as a Style Icon and runway model for 24 Hours of Fashion with Cotton, Inc., E! and MTV, currently stars on Atlanta based webseries "Refracted Reflections", can be seen on season two of Tyler Perry's "Have's and the Have Not's" and "Love Thy Neighbor" as well as The CW's "The Originals", the stage play "Beyond Betrayal" playing the lead role of 'Nathan', holds an MC battle wins record of 44-2, shared the same stage with greats such as Lauryn Hill to Talib Kweli, is the owner of AMANDLA! Apparel of Power & Purpose and currently recording material for his sophomore release, "The Groove Theory", features neo fusion jazz and neo soul, which is the follow-up to his freshman release, "ENC 1101: THE YEAR BOOK".
Join Zaiyah and Uptown for a great evening of music and conversation with the phenominal Royce Hall.
I'm so excited for this week's episode becuase I'll be chatting with my favorite actress on the awarding-winning webseries "Pretty the Series", Dee Freeman. The moment Rabina was introduced as the chain-smoking, not-so-certain mother of 6-yo kiddie pageant daughter Annette Champagne, I loved her!
Join me tonight as I chat with Dee Freeman about all things "Pretty"...
Ill be joined by Marc Cunningham, the creator and director of the popular web series "How Men Become Dogs." He'll be telling us about what inspired him to do this and how his calling led him to create the popular web series. And of course he'll tell us, how men became dogs. It's going to be fun!!
Salvation, Sex, Secrets: Ken is a provocative dramedy about losing love, fighting faith and finding self. The Brooklyn-based web series follows Ken, an African American man struggling with his second coming of age, as he is finally forced to confront his own secrets. The series stars Jarrett Janako, Krystal Farris, Yarc Lewison, Lee-Ann Rose, and Travon McCall. Ken brings front and center the issues of sex, salvation, and secrets of a millennial African-American man living in Brooklyn, who has feelings for two very different people. Director, Edward Griffith, and several of the cast members will be joining us to discuss this ground-breaking web series.
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Huffington Post Columnist and the Author of Broken Places Rachel Thompson and Writer/Critic Bennet Pomerantz host media guests and talk varied subjects on Lets Talk
Our guest is actress Holly Fulger
My name is Holly Fulger and I have been an actress in Hollywood for over twenty years. I am not a famous movie star – far from it. I’m a struggling working (and a lot of the time nonworking) actress who has experienced first-hand how one’s looks can dictate one’s career. It’s been one of the things that has fueled me, plagued me, and stood in my way; do I look right? Am I beautiful? Can I work in a profession that is all about looks? And most recently; can I work in a profession as a woman over 50?
Quite simply, growing up, all I ever wanted was to be as pretty as the models in the magazines. But I wasn’t. Not only was I very shy and quiet, by fourth grade I was tall and skinny, with crooked teeth that needed braces and eyesight so bad I needed glasses that were true “Coke-bottles.” I was a straight A student, but that never really figured into who I was; and if it did, it was only to support the fact that I was a smart girl who was nerdy and ugly. Honestly, it was such a painful period in my life and has been with me ever since.
That is the reason I created my webseries, The Hollywood Beauty Detective. I want to be part of that change. The Hollywood Beauty Detective is my way of opening up the conversation about beauty and helping to create a more inclusive definition of it.
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