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Host Lori Wilk, Executive Producer at BYL Network on the Money Channel welcomes students and faculty from the DMAC -Digital Media Arts College in Boca Raton to share their creative talents . We'll be talking to students and checking out their portfolios to learn more about what types of jobs they are seeking as they graduate from the Digital Media Arts College located in Boca Raton, Florida. Aylin Tito of the DMAC will share with our audience details about this school which stays open 24/7 making it possible for students to attend school to learn and gain experience when many others are sleeping. The state of the art equipment and technology available for students at this college will be discussed and you'll get to hear from some of the students about what's in their future. Join the live call-in show 347.237.5638 .You can watch programming on BYL Network 24/7 http://www.BYLNetwork.com Check out Lori's social media presence and Follow on Twitter@Successipes. Connect with Lori Wilk, a LinkedIn Open Networker, Facebook.com/LoriWilkPresents.
The art of filmmaking is to tell a story through film. Films influence culture and societies. How are stories developed? What are the challenges of raising capital through such vehicles as Kickstarter compared to traditional means? Has the power of the internet made it easier to market and distribute?
Guests: Ryan Walker, New York & Regina Griffin, DC
The five fictitious members of Colleen Griffen's mockumentary titled "boyband" are each distinct identities drawn from amalgamations of pop stars everyone knows. Lance, Chad, Preston, Yancy and Shaun rock less facial hair but just as much naiveté as the members of Spinal Tap, though their Harrison, Illinois curfew probably means THIS boyband never goes to eleven (but maybe 10:55 if all the lights are green).
Writer/producer/director Griffen tells Christine Wolf how she came up with the idea for boyband, how crowdfunding sources like Kickstarter could turn boyband's 22-webisode dream into reality, how One Direction's likely to poach a boyband member, and how the phrase "no big shakes" keeps Griffen and her husband, director Joe Chappelle (The Wire, Chicago Fire), anchored in Evanston, Illinois.
This episode was recorded in an incredible room generously donated by The Studios at SPACE on 4/14/15. With its wide array of vintage and premium gear, The Studios at SPACE may be the perfect setting for your next recording project. Tucked away behind SPACE’s bustling live concert venue, the studios offer a uniquely inspiring environment for tracking, production, and mixing. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your next project.
Host Lori Wilk welcomes Michele, a documentary filmmaking of the most recent film called "Haiti: Where Did the Money Go?" and she shares with our listeners about her latest film and her process of fillmmaking. http://www.filmat11.com Also joining us is Line Producer, philanthropist, and fundraising specialist Jennie Walker.
Hosted by Producer, Director, and Actor, Sergio Alvarado http://www.deystarr.com/ilimitado.html
Special Guest: Indie Filmmaker, Brooke Carter
Sergio and Brooke discuss independent filmmaking
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2013 marks 40 years of filmmaking, starting with the formation of The Georgia Film, Music and Digital Entertainment Office in 1973, by Gov. Jimmy Carter. The office is a division under the Department of Economic Development. Various venues around Georgia will host screenings and festivals. Get a chance to see "Zombieland", part of which was filmed not too far from me, here in Paulding County. The Coca-Cola Festival and the Peachtree Village International Festival will also host events.
For more information:
The Fox Theatre
Peachtree Village Int'l Film Festival
Amari will discuss Cartoon Hangover. Come join us, Saturday, August 10 at 1:00 pm. Hope to see you then.
Astro Radio Z - Ep 10 - Indie Horror Filmmaking Part 1
Join Derrick Carey tonight to discuss Indie Filmmaking and check out other episodes on http://fearcast.net/fcn-radio-astro-radio-z/
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes writer and director Karen Lam to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss her passion for filmmaking and what it's been like to see the buzz about EVANGELINE.
GUY WAS BORN IN THE WINDY CITY OF CHICAGO. BEFORE MOVING TO LA, HE PLAYED PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL IN EUROPE, WAS A RESTAURANT OWNER (BTW HE IS AN AWESOME COOK) AND WORKED AS A MODEL. AFTER CATCHING THE ACTING BUG, GUY RELOCATED TO LA AND MADE HIS WAY TO THE SMALL SCREEN IN DAYTIME DRAMA AND PRIMETIME DRAMAS SUCH AS REVENGE, VEGAS, CRIMINAL MINDS MONK AND THE LAST SHIP. HE BECAME A VIRAL SENSATION FEATURED AS A CONSTRUCTION WORKER WHO CLEANS UP THE SUPER SIZED MESS LEFT BY SUPERMAN, IN THE “MAN OF STEEL” COMMERCIAL.
SPEAKING OF SUPER HEROS, ONE OF GUYS RECENT ROLES WAS PORTRAYING BATMAN/BRUCE WAYNE IN AN UPCOMING FILM “THE CITY WITH TWO FACES”. GUY IS WORKING ON SEVERAL PROJECTS, INCLUDING THE COLLABORATION WITH HIS FRIEND, DIRECTOR/WRITER, KEVIN MCMAHON IN A FILM BASED ON A VIRAL STORY, THE LAST GOODBYE. GUY NOT ONLY CO-WROTE AND CO-PRODUCED THIS AMAZING PROJECT, BUT WILL HAVE A PRINCIPAL ROLE IN THE FILM
SO PLEASE WELCOME BACK OUR FRIEND… WRITER/PRODUCER/ACTOR/ COOK, SPORTS FANATIC AND HONORARY THIRD CHICK, GUY NARDULLI
Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Film Producer, and Actor Micheal Loos & Horse Wrangler and Actress Ramsey Stoneburner to the Show.
Michael Loos is an actor based in Cincinnati, OH who primarily works in film, but also works on television, commercials, industrials and hand modeling.
Ramsey Stoneburner is a Cowgirl, Horse Wrangler for film and also an Actress. She has worked on various projects including a Dead Husband in a Western Town.
A Dead Husband in a Western Town
For media inquiries:
Garnet Films www.Garnetfilms.com
Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Actor Cannon Miller and Screen Writer Margie Brown to the Show!
Actor Cannon Miller and Screen Writer Margie Brown will be discussing their exciting new Film Project, The Have Not's; Independent Film and tips for getting involved in your local independent film scene.
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A long time ago, I was a copywriter. I was at Scali McCabe Sloves, Chiat/Day, Stein Robaire Helm, Borders Perrin & Norrander, and BBDO, along with a couple of other companies that I thought were ad agencies because of the creative way they were named after people, but that turned out to be accounting firms or something. Somebody told me that you couldn't be a director unless you went to school for it, so I took a bunch of film classes at UCLA, NYU, and SVA, and even though some people might tell you otherwise, I managed to learn stuff. Then I started asking people to hire me to direct their commercials and some of them did.It's been about twenty years now, of me wearing a hat, wandering around on the set, and saying "cut" without getting into any trouble. I must be really good at it, too, because sometimes people ask me to do it over and over and not because I got it wrong and they want me to try again until I get it right. I even got a bunch of certificates and trophies and stuff -- including a really ugly hood ornament from the London International Advertising Awards. And not just for commercials. I sometimes get to direct films -- which are just like commercials only they're longer and there's more talking and sometimes naked people in them -- and documentaries, which are just like commercials only the people you point the camera at usually know even less about how to make the film go than I do.
Brian won Best Horror Comedy short film in Shriekfest 2002 and had a screenplay finalist in 2002 as well with his script "The Lakeside Slasher".