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We are privaliage to have Ian Jaccklin on the show today . Ian Jacklin is documentary filmmaker, actor and kickboxing champion. With two films produced and one world kickboxing title shot under his black belt, he's a warrior who persists until the fight is won or the project is done.Jacklin, is a graduate of the highly acclaimed method acting school, Joanne Baron Studio via Bill Esper Via Sandy Meinsner. His 10-year acting career in Hollywood included starring roles in Death Match and Expert Weapon as well as lead roles in several other action movies. His television credits include appearances on Days of Our Lives and the sitcom Just Shoot Me among many others.His acting years coincided with his 10-year professional fighting career. In 1990, he was chosen to be the light heavyweight in the camp of heavyweight boxing champ Lennox Lewis. A black belt in Kenpo karate, Jacklin went on to become the International Sport Karate Association's and the World Kickboxing and Karate Association's North American champion. He was ranked number two in the world by WKA in 199During the last 8 years, his focus has been producing documentaries and music videos as owner of Co-dependent Pictures, Inc. His first film is a documentary about New York City's Winter Music Festival. Second film, titled Small Town Bands, is on struggling musicians trying to make it out of their “one horse town.” Jacklin's current film, icurecancer.com is about people who cured themselves of cancer after their doctors were unable to help them. Due to respect of this part II is in the works.
Information about Jacklin, see www.icurecancer.com and www.ianjacklin.com.
Host, Trena Bolden Fields interviews Blair Bowers about her acting career.
Blair Bowers is an LA-based actor, who started her career in Washington, D.C. She most recently produced and starred in the short film, The Drive, which is currently being submitted for festivals. She can also be seen in Geographically Desirable, which will be shown at the Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival, NYC Independent Film Festival, as well as the DC Reel Independent Film Extravaganza.
We welcome you to BTR's featured World of Ink Network. Please join Marsha Cook and Jack Remick on March 24 at 9PM EST 8 PM CST 7 PM MT 6 PM PST when they interview Mary Ann Bruni photographer, journalist, author, pilot,activist,and now director and producer of the documentary Quest For Honor.
The alarming rise in "honor killing," the heinous act of men killing daughters, sisters and wives who threaten "family honor," endangers tens of thousands of women in Iraq, Turkey, Jordan and adjoining countries. The Women's Media Center of Suleymaniyah, Iraq, has joined forces with Iraq's Kurdish Regional Government (KRG) to end this practice. Quest for Honor follows Runak Faranj, a former teacher and tireless activist, as she works with local lawmen, journalists and members of the KRG to solve the murder of a widowed young mother, protect the victim of a safe-house shooting, eradicate honor killing and redefine honor.
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Join Poetry as he does a one on one with Power and Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide actor Vinicius Machado. Join us as we have a interview with him and dig a little deeper on his various projects that he has going on, motivations, and asking questions that you all want to know.
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Actor James Wilder drops by to discuss his new film 3 Holes and a Smoking Gun, a fascinating thriller about screenplay mania. Wilder excels as a duplicitous, washed-up Hollywood screenwriter in this unusual indy gem. The Red Dirt International Film Festival named Wilder Best Lead Actor for his performance, and the film also won the prestigious Grand Jury Prize at the same festival as well as Best Screenplay honors at L.A.’s Downtown Film Festival and Best U.S. Narrative Film of 2014 at the Laughlin International Film Festival. Wilder portrayed an ambitious lawyer in TV’s Equal Justice, a drug-dealing seducer in “Melrose Place,” and a demonic serial killer in the acclaimed movie Murder One.
His other film and TV credits include: Scorchers, Perfume, Mind Games, Man of the Year, Flypaper, Nevada and The Coriolis Effect. Bitten by the showbiz bug early, Wilder was performing his one-man show in Paris at the age of 14. Later, he studied at New York’s famous Actors Studio and appeared in Broadway’s Sugar Babies as well as with Ed Asner in the ABC Theater presentation Cracked Up. Wilder’s artistic interests go beyond the realm of acting. He is also a creative architect and designer.
Nicholas Snow welcomes American Documentary Film Festival Founder and Director Theodore "Teddy" Grouya, as well as filmmakers honored to have their films selected for the 2015 fest taking place March 26-30, 2015. Named "One of the World's Top 25 Film Festivals Worth the Entry Fee," by MovieMaker magazine, and then "One of the World's Five Coolest Documentary Film Festivals," by the same publication later the same year, AmDocs is located in the beautiful resort community of Palm Springs, California. Ideally located 90 minutes east of Hollywood, this film mecca boasts a favorable viewing audience and a proven track record of supporting independent films.
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The life, loves, and the new autobiography RENEGADE AT HEART of Emmy and Golden Globe nominated actor Lorenzo Lamas are the subject of The Halli Casser-Jayne Show Wednesday, March 11, 3 pm ET when Lamas joins Halli at her table.
Lorenzo, the son of films stars Fernando Lamas and Arlene Dahl and stepson of swimmer and actress Esther Williams, was born to Hollywood royalty. He entered the family business in his teens and has played many roles over the course of his rollercoaster career. Five time husband and father of six children, the reality-show star has been tabloid fodder for decades. Fans believe they know every side of him, but the truth is far more interesting…and surprising.
The engaging life story as unpredictable as the plotline from one of the soap operas in which he starred, heartthrob Lorenzo Lamas shares his life story on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, Wednesday, March 11, 3 pm ET. For more information visit Halli Casser-Jayne dot com.
Discussion about the rising sea levels in South Florida with Co Host: Monica Rosales Executive Director of DocMiami Film Festival
Juliet Pinto, Ph.D. is an associate professor in the Department of Journalism and Broadcasting in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Florida International University. She has developed classes in environmental journalism and communication, and has taken students to the Galapagos to report on issues pertaining to resource use and management there, as well as scuba dived down 62 feet to watch NASA astronauts train at the underwater Aquarius Reef Base in the Florida Keys. Her award-winning documentary on sea level rise, "South Florida's Rising Seas" aired in January 2014 and was repurposed by PBS NewsHour for their national newscast.
Kate MacMillin the producer of the award-winning documentary "South Florida's Rising Seas," has a B.A. from Boston University and a Master’s Degree in English Literature from Simmons College in Boston. She and three other SJMC colleges won the prestigious 2012-15 Challenge Fund for Innovation in Journalism Education grant to conduct community-engaged journalism about the threats of sea level rise in South Florida. MacMillin co-executive produced the HIV/AIDS documentary “Lessons from South Africa,” and the Web series “The Stigma Stops with Me.” This two-year AIDS initiative culminated in a one-hour special, “Tell Somebody: The New Face of AIDS,” which aired on WPBT, October 15, 2009.
John Englander, Oceanographer, consultant and sea level rise expert. His broad marine science background and degrees in geology and economics allows him to see the big picture on climate and look ahead to the large-scale financial and societal impacts, particularly as they relate to sea level rise.
Imagine you’re eleven years old and labelled the school ¨slut.¨ Where would you turn? What would you do? Emily Lindin turned to her diary, chronicling each and every damaging event. More than a decade later Emily published these entries online and founded The Unslut Project. Devastated by the suicides of Rehtaeh Parsons, Amanda Todd, and Audrie Pott, Emily sought to provide some perspective to girls – more than a decade after her experiences - who currently feel trapped and ashamed.
And now, Emily is producing ¨Slut: A Documentary Film.¨ This film will tell the stories of girls who took their own lives because of sexual bullying, and feature the opinions of respected sexologists, psychologists, and media figures to explore how we can all work toward a world where the word "slut" doesn't even make sense as an insult.
Join us on this special broadcast date to learn more about Emily, her film, and how you can help bring its much needed messages to communities everywhere.
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