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In this episode of Nicholas Snow Live, Producer/Host Nicholas Snow brings you exciting news about 50/50 Hollywood, an inspiring new documentary series that sets out to interview 50 artists who've been working for at least 50 years! Producer/Editor Gregory Gast has been working as a producer-editor since the turn of the century, creating clip packages and tribute videos for award shows and organizations including the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, the Set Decorators Society of America, the Costume Designers Guild, and the National Museum of the United States Air Force. Having trained as an actor and a tap dancer, Greg naturally gravitates toward rhythm and emotional depth in his work. 50/50 HOLLYWOOD brings together Greg's experience in storytelling and passion for preserving and learning from the experiences of industry veterans.
Click here through August 7th, 2014, to support the 50/50 Hollywood Kickstarter Campaign.
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We talk about how Colorism effects the confidence of growing black men and women. We reference "The Dark Girls" Documentary on Netflix. Listen to how we are effected by interacist socilaism.
Arvind Chittumalla, producer and director of Yoga Maya, has been practicing yoga for the last 30 years. He moved to the US ten years ago. Since then, he has actively participated in the American yoga industry as a practitioner, teacher and yoga entrepreneur. He has owned yoga studios and produced many yoga festivals and conferences. He has often wondered why a vast and profound way of life such as yoga has been relegated to a primarily physical practice. After interacting with hundreds of yoga teachers, yoga businesses and students, he has come to the realization that there are many misconceptions of yoga in America, and it is these misconceptions that are preventing many people from embracing all aspects of yoga. In Yoga Maya, he wishes to shed light on these thought provoking misconceptions.
Joyce and Aaron interview Claire Marie Panke, recent winner of a Kickstarter campaign and filmaker of "Light Years." This documentary celebrates creative reinvention at midlife and beyond.
Joyce Joneschiet (Jonah-shite) Principal interior designer of Encore Living Interiors and Publisher of Encore Life Magazine hosts Encore Living Radio with her co-host Aaron D. Murphy, a licensed Architect, President of ADM Architecture and Managing Editor of EmpoweringTheMatureMind.com.
Filmmaker Emmanuel Itier drops by to discuss FEMME: Women Healing the World, his award-winning documentary celebrating women who are transforming and healing global societies on a daily basis. Sharon Stone, executive producer of the film, has also been invited to call in. This powerful and inspiring movie, which includes provocative interviews with 100 influential women, explains why feminine values like cooperation and nurturing are needed to solve many of the crises facing today’s world.
During 2013, FEMME won numerous awards and honors, such as Best Spiritual Movie Award from the Conscious Life Expo, the Illumination Humanitarian Award from Lady Filmmakers Film Festival, and the Global Citizen Filmmaker Award from the Santa Barbara Documentary Film Festival.
Filmmaker Itier has an impressive background as a director, writer, and producer. He directed the thriller Tell Me No Lies, the horror film Scarecrow, and the peace documentary The Invocation, which Sharon Stone narrated. He produced or co-produced films like Wildflower, Johnny Mnemonic, Another 9 ½ Weeks, and Shattered Image.
FEMME is available worldwide for streaming and downloads at www.FemmeTheMovie.com. Please check it out!
Award winning actress, producer, writer, director, and advocate Cassidy McMillan will talk about her award winning documentary "BULLIES AND FRIENDS". Cassidy is the President and CEO of McMillan Flimworks which produces projects that bring to light important social issue causes, the environment, and animal rights.
She serves on the Board of Directors for The National Organization Against Bullying called National Voices for Equality Education and Enlightenment.
Currently Cassidy has an indiegogo campaign to raise funds for the documentary "Bullies and Friends" which will go out to school and communities for Bully and Bullycide Prevention and Awareness.
Ethan Saylor died in police custody on January 12, 2013 in Frederick, Maryland as he was being arrested for trespassing in a movie theater because he wanted to see a second showing of "Zero Dark Thirty.". Ed Rhodes has been working diligently for months trying to "piece together the story of Ethan’s death and what needs change in order to help prevent another tragedy." The Road We've Shared is dedicated to Ethan Saylor's memory and legacy. Join us as we catch up with the documentary film's director and find out where he is in the production process and what he's learned so far.
For more information about The Road We've Shared and how you can help us grow please visit our Fundrazr page.
NWP welcomes writer, producer and director Brian Nunes.
His award winning film "Find Your Way" is a discussion of how we define success - both culturally and personally. It examines the way we create value based on context and challenges audiences to think deeper about how they consume culture. http://www.worldtreefilms.com/wtfilms/desktop.htm
Born and raised in Houston, TX, Brian spent his young professional years in Information Technology - something he was good at but eventually got bored with. Living in Austin after college, he could no longer stand his network management job and sold everything to travel the country busking and pondering life.
In Seattle, Brian began producing film and television, utilizing a film studies background from the University of California, Santa Barbara and a natural ability for storytelling. After discovering a colorful street culture, he started documenting buskers at the Pike Place Market and eventually finished a 97 minute feature documentary on the subject.
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Cassidy McMillan is an award-winning Filmmaker and Actress. A Member of the Screen Actors Guild-AFTRA; Cassidy has acted in or worked behind the scenes for Film and TV for American Movie Classics; Discovery Channel; 20th Century Fox; NBC and has starred in Theater Productions including: "Joseph And the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat"; "NOISES OFF!"; "Oliver" to name a few.
She's the Director/Producer Writer of the highly anticipated Documentary Film BULLIES AND FRIENDS on Bullying and Precedent Setting Bullycide Court Case. The Film offers Solutions to Bullying to Schools, Kids, Parents and Communities.
To find out How You Can Be Involved with the Documentary Film "Bullies And Friends" or to Request a Speaking Engagement on bullying/bullying prevention, please visit the below links/websites, and can email: Info@BulliesAndFriends.com
Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/BulliesAndFriendsFilm
Cassidy McMillan's Website: www.CassidyMcMillan.com
Michael Sam, who was drafted by the St Louis Rams, now gets own Documentary show produced by the Oprah network.
My reaction to it verses other prominent sports talk show hosts.
What's it like to renovate a haunted "castle"? That's what award winning documentary THE CASTLE PROJECT is all about.
The historic Croke-Patterson Mansion in Denver has long been rumored to be haunted by the cries of disembodied infants. The original owner built the Chateauesque home in 1891 and lived there for six months before falling victim to the Silver Crash of 1893. Ill fortune visited subsequent owners during the 120-year-long history of the house as they experienced otherworldly phenomena that included apparitions, whispering voices, peculiar odors, failed exorcisms and guard dogs jumping through windows to their death.
When architect Brian Higgins and partners purchased the home for renovation, they were skeptical about its tragic past. But soon workers began to experience sightings of ghostly children, unusual temperature changes and whispering voices. Workers fell ill and one team member died while an unexplained fire threatened the project’s completion.
Paranormal investigators were brought in and they identify several generations of spirits who remained trapped in the house. Higgins had the foresight to begin filming, and after several hair-raising nights spent alone in the building, he began to wonder if there was a reason why souls never checked out at the Croke-Patterson Mansion.
Brian Higgins (Director / Producer) is an award winning architect, filmmaker and Emmy nominated television host and cinematographer. Born and raised in Denver, he rediscovered the Croke Patterson Mansion, bought it, designed the renovation and now owns the hotel. He recognized the opportunity for filming a documentary and THE CASTLE PROJECT was born.
Exposing false teaching and proclaiming the gospel of Jesus Christ for the glory of God alone.
Discussing the documentary "Den of Wolves" with Stephen Meliszyn
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