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  • 00:28

    Indy Film Wisconsin Film Co-op

    in Film

    Ysterday I talked a bit about the Indy Film Wisconsin Film Co-op going to go into a bit more detail on how is going to work the goals and perhaps a project or two to kick off the idea


    Part of the idea that action leads to oppertunties

  • 00:49

    Tips from Producer Tom Malloy on Getting Your Film Made

    in Film

    Tom Malloy started writing & producing to support his acting career.  He raised over $25 million for features & a doc, has sold or optioned 60% of his screenplays, and is a top producer. To connect with Tom: TomMalloy@gmail.com

    To learn more about Carole and From the Heart Productions please visit www.FromtheHeartProductions.com. Visit and Like her Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/fromtheheartgrants?ref=hl

  • 00:21

    Indy Film Wisconsin TV show and other news!

    in Film

    Yes! Indy Film Wisconsin is doing a chat TV Show!


    We are also starting day to focus on Writers, as well being doing some shows about Film Making in the great state of Kentucky


    This is a show YOU do not want to miss!

  • 00:32

    How to Write and Produce a Feature Film

    in Film

    Myles Sorensen shares successful production tips.


    To learn more about Carole Dean and From the Heart Productions please visit www.FromtheHeartProductions.com.


     

  • 00:42

    Take Shelter Independent Film

    in Film

    Charlie Checkers Show A Compendium of Reviews


    Hosted by Charlie Checkers


    Guest: Lady Selah SuJuris


    Guest: Rich Gehlhausen


    Take Shelter is a 2011 American drama psychological thriller film written and directed by Jeff Nichols and starring Michael Shannon and Jessica Chastain. Plagued by a series of apocalyptic visions, a young husband and father (Shannon) questions whether to shelter his family from a coming storm, or from himself. Nominated for four Saturn Awards including; Best Horror or Thriller Film and Best Actress for Chastain, and won Best Writing for Nichols and Best Actor for Michael Shannon.


    Tonight's Show is a Review for Film & Producer Tyler Davidson


    Tyler Davidson a young father (36) has been making movies for 14 years. Long Davidson's mantra: It's possible to make quality independent films right here in Ohio. "Take Shelter" is actually set in Grafton, Chardon, Elyria, LaGrange and Oberlin.


    Join us for Charlies reviews at the campfire!


    Website Link: The Charlie Checkers Show


    Website: Storytellers Campfire Radio


    Resources for Broadcast: 


    Music and sounds provided by SFX Sounds http://www.freesfx.co.uk


    IMDB, Film Independent, Cinematic Films, Wikapedia, www.ew.com, Articles, The Plain Dealer, and others mentioned during the broadcast. 

  • 00:59

    power of perception film with JOHN DAPOLITO

    in Spirituality

    JOHN DAPOLITO is a New York City based professional acting teacher, director and playwright. He is also the founder of Actors! Where Are You Going?, a career development program for professional actors, using psychological profiling techniques to illicit the actors “Acting-Niche”, the “Charismatic It-factor”. John currently seminars and teaches his approach in Los Angeles and New York City.
    John began his career as an actor working in television and film while doing tons of no-pay black box theatre. It was there that he developed his skills as a playwright and director. He first directed Ralph Pape’s Soap Opera some twenty-five years ago and in the spring of 2013 he directed a daring production of Neil LaBute’s Romance. His own plays include: Killer Midgets, Augie’s Ring, An Act of Kindness and Baptism by Fire, have each been produced. The latter, Baptism by Fire was produced and directed by Emmy Award Winner Michael Imperioli.
    John also penned the screenplay When Tough Guys Were King (co-authored by Dominik Tiefenthaler) and is presently shopping it around.
    Other Notable Teachings: Master Class for the Working Actor, a NYC based Tuesday evening acting class dedicated to the development of the actors “Acting-Niche”. This class focuses on advanced character development on niche using John’s “Actable-Phrase” technique. His other classes include: Script Secrets of the A-List Actor and The Lawlessness of Sides: Level I & Level II, both taught in LA and NYC.
    On the Personal: John grew up guided and quizzed by his grandfather who was a big film buff. He credits his love of acting, art, and language to his always entertaining “Popa”. So grateful.
    Visit www.JohnDapolito.com for details.


     

  • 00:31
  • 02:01

    Robert Morningstar - The Missing Zapruder Frames and the JFK Assassination

    in Education

    Tonight our very special guest and friend is Robert Morningstar.


    Robert is a civilian intelligence analyst and psychotherapist in New York City.


    Robert has studied the paranormal and UFOs for over 40 years and has published many research articles on the Internet exposing the government cover-up and deception in the JFK Assassination. His work is cited in major books on the assassination, notably in Paris Flammonde's "The Assassination of America" and "Conspiracy Science" by Prof. James Fetzer.


    Robert recently discovered missing frames from the Zapruder film and over the next two hours he explains who was involved in the assassination, the motives and how the discovery of the missing frames will finally expose the truth behind the assassination of John F Kennedy.


    And to wrap things up we asked Robert for his view on humanity’s path going forward.

  • 00:46

    Critics Preview Summer Film Schedule

    in Movies

    Renowned film critics A.J. Hakari and Mack Bates drop by to discuss the movie release schedule for Summer of 2015. Their goal? To help moviegoers pick the cream of the crop from over 85 summer releases. Mack, an Emmy winner, has contributed freelance articles to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and serves as a staff blogger for Milwaukee Magazine’s official film blog. A.J., the Mad Movie Man, writes film reviews for a number of sites including ReelTalk Movie Reviews, Review Express, Classic Movie Guide and Terror Tube. He is also the founder of CineSlice, his own popular movie blog. This should be another lively and fun episode for movie fans! 


    Among the films scheduled for release this summer, which ones are most eagerly anticipated and why? Some of the contenders are: Mr. Holmes, Jurassic World, Mad Max, Pitch Perfect 2, Tomorrowland, Minions, Spy, Live from New York, Insidious Chapter 3, Pan, Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation, Ant-Man, Southpaw, Fantastic Four, Grandma, Master-Minds, Dark Places, Ricki and the Flash. 

  • 01:00

    Washington DC's G.I. Film Festival

    in Travel

    As we celebrate this year's G.I. Film Festival we thought we'd share some highlights from previous years.  As with every day,  World Footprints  is proud to pay tribute to our nation’s heroes--our men and women in uniform, and the Hollywood patriots who support them. From the red carpet of the 2011 G.I. Film Festival in Washington DC, we will share our conversations with three award-winning actors: Gary Sinise, William Devane and Lou Diamond Phillips.  We also met award-winning filmmaker Rodney Ray and budding filmmaker Chris Loverro. The GI Film Festival is the first film festival in the nation to exclusively celebrate the successes and sacrifices of the service member through the medium of film.    Then we’ll chat with actor Sean Kanan who is best known for his role as Deacon Sharpe on The Young and the Restless. Sean joins us to talk about his journey from the mid-west to Hollywood and his travels with the USO.

  • 00:31

    Focus On Cinema: What Is A True Indie Film...

    in Movies

    With the amount of films being release every year, it's a wonder how the major studios can get it all done. Well a surprising number of the movies being made today aren't being made or distributed by the major studios at all. Independent films, also known by Indie films, are being produced and distributed at and incredible rate and are part of what's been fueling much of our movie entertainment for a number of years now. So our discussion this episode of A Reel Point Of View stems from these two questions: What is a true Indie Film, and how are Indie Films distributed on a shoe-string budget? To help us answer these questions and other those posed in our conversation, will be our guest from the newly launched film, arts and entertainment magazine "Quiet On The Set".