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  • 01:00

    Masterclass:Cindy Mollo/Editor/Emmy Nom/House of Cards/Broken City/Mad Men

    in Movies

    Cindy Mollo began her career in New York editing the critically acclaimed dramas “Homicide: Life on the Street,” and “Oz” for producers Barry Levinson and Tom Fontana. She was nominated for an American Cinema Editors Eddie Award for her work on an episode of “Homicide” directed by Levinson. She edited the HBO films “Boycott,” “Point of Origin” and “Path to Paradise,” and received an Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Editing on “Dash and Lily,” a film for A&E directed by Kathy Bates. Mollo’s feature career includes a long collaboration with Allen Hughes. BROKEN CITY starring Russell Crowe and Mark Wahlberg marked her fourth project with Allen. Previously she worked with The Hughes Brothers on the feature THE BOOK OF ELI. Other feature credits include PANIC, THE SENTINEL, TEXAS KILLING FIELDS and THE BREAKUP GIRL. Mollo’s television work includes the award winning AMC series “Mad Men,” for which she received her second Emmy Award nomination..  She recently edited the independent John Sayles pilot “Dr. Del” starring John Hawkes and Chloë Sevigny. She just wrapped work on the fourth season of the acclaimed Netflix series “House of Cards” for which she’s been nominated for two Hollywood Post Alliance Awards. We will be discussing communication during the entire filmmaking process: important conversations to have with your director during prep and production; communication with the sound, music and VFX departments during dailies; and working with the sound department, music editor and the composer during the mix. You can email your questions to 123FilmEasy@Gmail.com 

  • 00:58

    Diamond & Silk (Donald Trump supporters)

    in Entertainment

    Our guests are Diamond and Silk (diamondandsilk.com), who are two African American sisters that are strong Donald Trump supporters, as they chat about why "The Donald" is their candidate of choice. And our second guest is Jonathan A. Mason, Sr., International President and the General Board of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc., Mr. Mason will chat about the internationally acclaimed fraternity's new documentary film - 'WHAT OF THE DAY' which recently made its world premiere at the Pan African Film Festival in Los angeles.(www.pbs1914.org). 

  • 01:00

    Heart2Heart Radio with Michael Brooks and Carina Ghionzoli – Premiere

    in Motivation

    Join Carina and I tonight for a special “At the Movies” edition of Heart2Heart Radio (#Heart2HeartRadio) previously So Random Saturday tonight at a special time, 10:00 PM MST on the Coach on Fire Radio Network (#CoachonFireRadio).


    The Movie?


    Walt Disney's Saving Mr. Banks.


    In addition to being a wonderful movie with incredible performances by Tom Hanks and Emma Thompson, there are lots of great lessons for life, love and business we can learn from the film. What would a Disney movie be without that?


    In a lively fun discussion and a catchy sing a long tune or two, we will explore the lessons embedded in this brilliant Disney feature.


    For those of you that don't know the story or have not seen the film. Walt Disney's daughters begged him to make a movie of their favorite book, P.L. Travers' Mary Poppins (1964), he made them a promise - one that he didn't realize would take 20 years to keep. In his quest to obtain the rights, Walt comes up an insanely difficult writer who is not about to let her beloved magical nanny get mauled by Hollywood. But Travers finds herself all but broke and reluctantly travels to LA to meet with Walt. For weeks in 1961, Disney pulls out all the stops, armed with imaginative storyboards and chirpy songs. But Mrs. Travers doesn't budge. The rights begin to move look like they might slip away forever. It is only when Walt reaches into his own childhood that he discovers the truth about the ghosts that haunt her, and together they set Mary Poppins free to ultimately make one of the most endearing films in cinematic history – Mary Poppins


    .Join us. 

  • 00:02

    Heart2Heart Radio with Michael Brooks and Carina Ghionzoli - Premiere

    in Motivation

    Join Carina and I tonight for a special “At the Movies” edition of Heart2Heart Radio (#Heart2HeartRadio) previously So Random Saturday tonight at a special time, 10:00 PM MST on the Coach on Fire Radio Network (#CoachonFireRadio).


    The Movie?


    Walt Disney's Saving Mr. Banks.


    In addition to being a wonderful movie with incredible performances by Tom Hanks and Emma Thompson, there are lots of great lessons for life, love and business we can learn from the film. What would a Disney movie be without that?


    In a lively fun discussion and a catchy sing a long tune or two, we will explore the lessons embedded in this brilliant Disney feature.


    For those of you that don't know the story or have not seen the film. Walt Disney's daughters begged him to make a movie of their favorite book, P.L. Travers' Mary Poppins (1964), he made them a promise - one that he didn't realize would take 20 years to keep. In his quest to obtain the rights, Walt comes up an insanely difficult writer who is not about to let her beloved magical nanny get mauled by Hollywood. But Travers finds herself all but broke and reluctantly travels to LA to meet with Walt. For weeks in 1961, Disney pulls out all the stops, armed with imaginative storyboards and chirpy songs. But Mrs. Travers doesn't budge. The rights begin to move look like they might slip away forever. It is only when Walt reaches into his own childhood that he discovers the truth about the ghosts that haunt her, and together they set Mary Poppins free to ultimately make one of the most endearing films in cinematic history – Mary Poppins


    .Join us. 


     

  • 00:42

    The Occupants roundtable Show

    in Film

    Join Jonathan Moody as he chats with filmmaker Russ Emanuel and actors Michael Pugliese and Robert Picardo about the making of the film, "Occupants". 

  • 00:45

    Slasher Studios Horror Podcast: Troy Escamilla (PARTY NIGHT)

    in Movies

    On a brand new episode of Slasher Studios Horror Podcast, our hosts Kevin Sommerfield & Andrew Beirl will be chatting with writer Troy Escamilla about his brand new slasher feature PARTY NIGHT. Slasher Studios is coproducing this film and it's sure to be a hell of a good time! The gory fun begins Thursday night at 10PM central. 

    Become a PARTY NIGHT backer today and help be a part of the slasher goodness:
    https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1488629688/party-night

  • 00:20

    The Jack Benny Show "An Arizona Western" The Golden Age Of Radio

    in Comedy

    JP's Golden Age Of Radio Series features the amazingly hilarious thoughts of Jack Benny with this episode titled "Arizona Western". This episode aired as thousands turned their radios on the night of October 17th, 1948.


    Jack Benny (born Benjamin Kubelsky February 14, 1894 - December 26, 1974) was an American comedian, vaudevillian, and actor for radio, television, and film.

    Widely recognized as one of the leading American entertainers of the 20th century, Benny was known for his comic timing and his ability to get laughs with either a pregnant pause or a single expression, such as his signature exasperated "Well!" His radio and television programs, tremendously popular in the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s, were a foundational influence on the situation comedy.

  • 01:55

    Long Road to Ruin: Shaft Trilogy

    in Movies

    To celebrate Black History Month, LRTR looks at one of the greatest African American heroes in the history of cinema, Shaft!

  • 01:57

    Emerald Tablet Radio-Overcoming Fear & Within the Chaos-Author Justin Trout

    in Podcasting

    Emerald Tablet Radio 9pm et. Tara and Holly talk about ways to overcome the fear of seeing spirits. Call in and share your stories.


     


    Within the Chaos 10pm Et. Rodney Shortridge and Robyn Dalton Interview Authot Justin Trout
    Justin C. Trout lives in Southwest Virginia, where he has obtained a master’s degree in education with a specialization in counseling from Lindsey Wilson. Aside from writing and counseling, Justin is an actor and has appeared in a number of independent and short films. He was also a director for his directorial debut indie film Fade Out. Justin lives in the mountains with his wife and children.

     

  • 02:05

    PGT Episode #286- Sham Mozzal

    in Legal

    Tonight- New bills have been introduced in the Michigan legislature that would affect cannabis users and limit the democratic process including HB 5402 and SB 776. Also Kansas attorney Sarah Swain, often referred to as a "bad ass" and "Wonder Woman" is currently representing well known patient and cannabis reform activist Shona Banda. Sarah was in Michigan recently to attend the trial of Al Witt of Gaylord. We will discuss her impressions of Michigan and Al's case, as well as what it is like to defend simple medical cannabis users, such as Shona, in a state where no laws exist that permit any kind of cannabis activity.


     


    Updates on the MILegalize campaign and new developments in Detroit


     


    Weekly appellate and trial court updates with attorney Allen Peisner


     


    Regular guests and friends of the show: Jim Powers- Michigan Parents for Compassion co- founder and board member of MILegalize. Also- attorney Jeff Frazier attorney David Rudoi of Rudoi Law, Eric Gunnels Thetford Twp Trustee and T- Smack

  • 01:59

    SPEAKING TO HARMONY "2nd THURSDAY IN FEBRUARY 2016"

    in Social Networking

    JOIN BROTHER ED UMOJA ON THE SPEAKING TO HARMONY SHOW, AS HE WELCOMES HIS CO-HOST AND SPECIAL GUEST FOR A GREAT NIGHT OF CONVERSATION. TONIGHT GUEST ARE


    1) WORDS BY SHEBA S.


    2) KI MOUN OU YE WITH CO-HOST SISTER TRACY V. PIERRE


    3) HARAMBEE TABLE


    4) CHICAGO CARIBBEAN FILM FESTIVAL WITH CO-HOST BROTHER MARLIN KIRBY


    5) "INSPIRED" WITH CO-HOST NAH-TARSHA CHERRY. THE TOPIC TONIGHT IS "CHRISTIAN HYPOCRISY"