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  • 00:24

    Michael Regalbuto - Directing the Story

    in Books

    Michael Regalbuto is a creator of commercials, and award winning narrative shorts. He lived in different countries, most recently The Netherlands working as a Resident Director for Lukkien Pictures. His endeavors in Holland include commercials for Pepsi Cola and Philips Technology. With a degree in Film and TV from NYU, and additional degree at The Czech Film Institute (FAMU) in Prague, Michael currently co-heads Loaded Media, a commercial and narrative production company, with his brother Nick. He also co-founded ClipCards.com a Viral Advertising Firm. He resides in Santa Monica, CA, directing commercials and writing feature length screenplays.


    Click on the link to watch the trailer for "La Premiere" which was invited to screen at the emerging filmmakers showcase in the CANNES FILM FESTIVAL.
    http://www.michaelregalbuto.com/projects/3224607


    Find out more about Michael here

  • 00:31

    MaG026: MaGLIVE Writing and Directing with Dr. Kenneth Robbins

    in Art

    Dr. Kenneth Robbins is the former Director of the School of Performing Arts at Louisiana Tech University and just retired this summer from his position as Professor. He's focused fully now on his writing, but he joined me live on Stone Theatre stage to discuss his origins, his aspirations and his art. Hope you enjoy it.

    Email the show at Makesmeweird@gmail.com 

  • 00:31

    Juggling Pageant Directing and Becoming a Titleholder out of Retirement

    in Entertainment

    Marchia Mickens is a native of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Education from Indiana University of Pennsylvania and her Masters in Instructional Technology from American Intercontinental University. She is currently employed as an elementary school teacher by the DeKalb County School System in Decatur, Georgia. Marchia is also a certified bridal consultant and the Minister of Music at Faith A.M.E. Zion Church in Atlanta, Georgia.   


    Pageants have always been a strong passion for her, which is evident in the titles she has held. She was Miss Black Indiana University of Pennsylvania (1977), Mrs. Georgia Achievement (2001), US Sophisticate Woman 2003, first runner-up to United American Woman 2004, Georgia Global America Woman (2002 and 2004), first runner-up to Global America Woman (2004), Global America Woman (2005), U.S. United Queen of Queens (2004), US Sophisticate Lady (2005) and in 2008, she retired with the title of World Elite Woman. In February, 2015, Ms. Mickens came out of retirement and won the title of Classic Ms. World Elite.


     


    She is the Founder and CEO of the U.S. United Pageant System, which was launched in July 2004. This national system recognizes outstanding females for their outstanding achievements. Its platform is Breast Cancer Awareness. She believes that pageants offer many opportunities and benefits for women of all ages, shapes and sizes, and backgrounds. Marchia is a “hands on” pageant director and enjoys helping her contestants become the best they can be throughout the competition. She does not believe that a contestant should have to second guess what a pageant system is looking for. The U.S. United Pageant System focuses on building long lasting friendships among the contestants.


    She has one son, Michael, and two beautiful granddaughters, Jhai’Lien and TayLour, who are also national pageant titleholders.

  • 01:00

    Shriekfest Radio! Denise Gossett interviews director Jose Prendes!

    in Paranormal

    Jose discovered a love of movies early on after tragic circumstances made him want to escape from the real world. Since the age of five Jose had not felt comfortable in the real world, preferring fiction to reality, and leaving all the messy real life stuff for his lovely wife Jessica to deal with. He has been making films and writing since 2000, when he published his first novel, THE HARBINGER and made his first film, the sci-fi spoof THE MONSTER MAN. Since then, he has gone on to make a name for himself in the genre world including writing and directing the Asylum’s best-reviewed horror film, THE HAUNTING OF WHALEY HOUSE and writing the best-selling novels, SHARCANO, about sharks from hell threatening the apocalypse, and ELEMENTARY, MY DEAR WATSON, a school-aged look at Sherlock Holmes and John Watson’s early adventures together. His most recent film, THE DIVINE TRAGEDIES, is playing at festivals, and he is currently busy on a myriad of projects. "The Divine Tragedies"  was a 2015 Shriekfest Official Selection!

  • 00:32

    DIRECTOR DAVID KRAMER!

    in Culture

    GYPSY POET RADIO WILD CARD SPOT! Director David Kramer makes an appearance on GPR this evening to talk about his latest endeavors! Kramer is making waves with his directorial and writing material he will only tell GPR first! A show not to miss!

  • 00:38

    Award-winning Filmmaker & Energy Strategist, Nora Maccoby on America Meditating

    in Self Help

    Nora Maccoby is an energy strategist and an award-winning filmmaker who trained in theater directing and playwriting at Oberlin College and earned an MFA in Film Directing from The American Film Institute, where she won numerous awards. She co-wrote "Bongwater" and "Buffalo Soldiers" which was nominated for 6 Independent Spirit Awards and won the Evening Standard Award for Best Screenplay in 2003.


    In 2002, while researching a film on the 1983 U.S. invasion of Grenada, West Indies, she began working with the local government to develop clean energy solutions and later worked with leaders to create Nature’s Partners, a bipartisan energy literacy initiative and common ground for a national energy conversation. Nora is a champion of clean energy technologies and a strategist for bringing them to the public. She has appeared on C-Span, led workshops internationally, and brought together leaders in the investment world with green technology experts. http://www.maccoby.com/nora


    Get the Off the Grid Into the Heart CD by Sister Jenna.  Like America Meditating on FB & follow us on Twitter.  Visit our website at www.meditationmuseum.org.  Download our free Pause for Peace App for Apple or Android.

  • 01:00

    Shriekfest Radio! Denise Gossett interviews director Vivian Lin!

    in Paranormal

    Vivian Lin is a Toronto-based director, producer and writer. Her short film And They Watched, a horror morality tale, is an Official Selection of Sitges International Film Festival, Shriekfest Film Festival, Holly Shorts Film Festival, Mile High Horror Film Festival, and more. It is a part of the film anthology Fun Size Horror: Volume 2. Her previous directing credits include Four Walls starring Nina Dobrev (Vampire Diaries) and Brendan Jeffers (Degrassi: TNG), and the comedy play The Mirror, which premiered at the Montreal Fringe Festival.

    In 2015, she was awarded Telefilm Canada’s New Voices Award for writing. Her half-hour television pilot 100 Blackouts was a Top 10 Finalist in Final Draft’s Big Break Screenplay Competition, and won the Bronze Prize in the Page International Screenplay Competition.

    She is currently co-producing the feature film Four One Nine, with Pierre Sarrazin and Suzette Couture, based on the Giller Prize-winning novel 419, by Will Ferguson, directed by Jeremy Podeswa (Game of Thrones).


     

  • 00:23

    Kaaren Hall - Self-Directing an IRA

    in Management

    Kaaren Hall is the President of uDirect IRA Services in Tustin, California. Kaaren helps people use their retirement accounts to invest outside of wall street into real estate, private stock, loans and much more! 

    Questions Discussed:

    1) Is self-directing for everyone?

    2) What are the steps to self-directing an IRA?

    3) How long does the process take?

    Contact Info: 

    Email Address: KHall@uDirectIRA.com

    Website: www.u [...]

  • 00:36

    Director Jahmar Hill of "Last Love Lost"

    in Entertainment

    The King of DC Media, William Powell welcomes Director Jahmar Hill of the indie drama "Last Love Lost" staring Toni Belafonte, Talli Clemons, and Nakia Dillard. Dial 347.884.8997 to speak with Jahmar or your host.


    Jahmar Hill is an American actor, writer, creator, director, and producer. Jahmar's ambition and decision to WIN has placed him ahead of many fresh starters in the indie film community. Hollywood is in near reach for him.


    Born on January 11, 1989 in Elizabeth, New Jersey, Jahmar is the youngest of two siblings. His hardworking mother raised him in a middle-class Baptist family. Jahmar was faced day to day with the influences of the inner city, by grace, focus, and favor he managed to graduate from Neptune High, where he also served as the star basketball athlete. Jahmar continued his education by attending New Mexico Military Institute in Roswell, NM. Determined to reach success, Jahmar followed his dreams and his imagination. He knew that if he were ever going to make something out of himself, it would be through his talents. After acting in several films, starting with "Blue Dogz"(2012); Jahmar, decided he wanted to be a creator of his own. In 2013 he started filming his first indie film that was written, created, and starring himself; Last Love Lost, a love story that visits the truth about domestic violence and abuse, things that Jahmar were no stranger to witnessing. Jahmar Hill Productions will release Last Love Lost in the spring of 2014 in selected cities and theaters.


    Jahmar is involved in two community organizations that gives back to children and families and in his community.

  • 01:57

    Barefoot Bill Pacer

    in Performing Arts

    This is the opening broadcast of All The Bases, and it is off to a great start. Atlanta actor Bill Pacer has had an interesting life, from being a war correspondent, to meeting the pope, to being an actor later in life, and everything else in between. You won't want to miss this interview.

  • 00:59

    Shriekfest Radio! Denise Gossett interviews filmmaker Joseph Martinez!

    in Paranormal

    Born and raised in Los Angeles the Martinez Twins, Joseph and Will, each attended Art Center College of Design where Joseph majored in Film and Will in Illustration.?The Twins blazed a trail independent of one another working in television, film and theme park production around the world and have now combined their talents to create the award-winning short film, "Knock".  Their upcoming projects include the feature adaptation of "Knock" titled, "American Witch," and a TV show about genetically modified food that has risen from the plate to eat mankind, "Food Zombies."  "Knock" was an official selection in Shriekfest 2015!