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When I spoke to the young girls I touched on Self-Esteem vs. Self-Worth but with young boys I want to talk about how their boyhood brings about manhood. It is the experiences that he has as a boy that will dictate his life as a man. We as African-American mothers must make sure that we foster out young boys boyhood. Tune in #RealTalkWillBeHad
On this week's ScreenPicks Movie Show, we review five new films. First, we look at the latest film in the apes series Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. Then we review Richard Linklater's Boyhood, followed by Affluenza, A Long Way Down, and Land Ho!
On this week's Cinema Royale it's time to grow up, geek out, and reach for the cloud. Richard Linklater's epic coming-of-age drama Boyhood finally hits theaters after twelve years in the making. The film was a smash at Sundance and we'll see if the wait was truly worth it. Plus, Jason Segel and Cameron Diaz try to get their Sex Tape down from the cloud in their new comedy.
With San Diego Comic-Con just days away, fellow attendee Wilson Morales of Blackfilm.com will call in to preview some of the biggest panels, events, premieres, and news from the massive geek event. Marvel, Lucasfilm, DC, they'll all be on hand and we'll give you just a taste of what you can expect to see revealed!
Love a good rant? Phil Leirness has you covered, taking on everything from the Ice Bucket Challenge to “Dr. Who” to Leonard Maltin’s Movie Guide to Helen Mirren and The Hundred-Foot Journey!
It’s all in good fun, though, and he and Dean Haglund also weigh in on Richard Linklater’s Boyhood, Philip Seymour’s last completed performance in A Most Wanted Man, listener Andrew Burt’s PhD exams, their favorite Robin Williams roles and no doubt, a little bit more.
Sharon Weil talks with Corinne Bourdeau, social change media producer and marketer, about how a captivating issue-oriented film can have a huge effect on the beliefs, hearts, and actions of the public. Bringing her innovative expertise to such films as: The Cove, Fuel, Bottle Shock, Buck and the current release, Boyhood, Corinne knows what it is to seed change on a large scale with a small budget! www.360degreecomm.net
This week Mark talks with Clifford Edwards. Clifford talks of his past addictions to alcohol and cocaine and how gaining an understanding of the 3 principles and other understandings have helped him maintain a alcohol and drug free life for a number of years.
There is a sad side to the story though, Cliff still is addicted to his football team QPR. Mark tried to encourage him to step away from this painful addiction and support Manchester United instead, but Cliff is hooked and he still maintains his passion for his boyhood team even though it proves to be emotionally distressing. :-)
On the latest episode of the BIG show, we sit down with another member from the ensemble of television's greatest series, The Wire, Andre Royo. Currently co-starring in a brand new thriller, Aftermath, Royo talks about his latest film and the fans who refuse to let him forget about "Bubbles" as well as his memorable time on The Wire. Plus, we'll have entertainment news and reviews of the latest films, including Boyhood and Sex Tape, all on Episode 256 of Keeping It Reel with FilmGordon.
During its first three years of publication, THYMOS: JOURNAL OF BOYHOOD STUDIES is the first worldwide journal to focus specifically on the needs of boys and boyhood. The journal has an interdisciplinary platform for the study of boys' lives throughout the world. The journal focuses upon critical discussions ranging through the humanities and comparative literature, anthropology, history,
bioethics, and the psychological and social sciences. The editor, Miles Groth, Ph.D. discusses this important work.
Janesville Community Radio proudly presents:
Mental Toughness Catalyst, Dianne Young - We’re Too Smart to Live Like This
The host, Dianne Young, is a Achiever who enjoys life and thrives on inspiring people to create a fufilling lifestyle! She developed a passion for personal development after retiring from the Marine Corps and transitioning into "civilian life." This show will make you stop and think about where you're at in life, if that's really where you want to be and how yu can start creating the lifestyle of your choice - starting today.
GUEST SPEAKER: Allen D. Edge is an ordained minister, a talented actor, director, producer, and comedian with over forty years in the performing arts. He’s worked with The Goodman Theatre, E.T.A. Theatre, Victory Gardens Theatre, The Black Ensemble Theatre Company, Portland Stage Company, First Stage Children’s Theatre, Court Theatre,The Steppenwolf Theatre Company,GEVA Theatre Center, and Lincoln Boyhood Drama Assn.
Allen has performed his special brand of humor at Zanies in Chicago, Jokes & Notes in Chicago, U Got Jokes Chicago, Comedy Central’s “Comic Justice”, The Comedy Café in Milwaukee, The Apollo Theatre in New York, and as the opening act for Pattie La Belle, Aretha Franklin, Smokey Robinson, and The O’Jays.
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Welcome to another great episode of Let's R.A.P. the blogtalk radio show that is inspiring, motivating, uplifting and made just for us!! Us meaning those who have struggled, those who have hurt and those who believe that life is about purpose! With some of the most inspirational guest speakers Let's R.A.P. is a must listen to!
Tonight, Kevis and Romero will be joined by the writer, producer, and director Walter T. Fredericks Jr. Born and raised in Harlem Walter Fredericks’ path from boyhood to manhood is the blueprint for his creative inspiration. The oldest of six children Walter led by example, setting goals for himself and working diligently to make them come to fruition.
He earned a basketball scholarship at the University of Rhode Island, where he became part of a legacy that included players such as Abdul Fox, Cuttino Mobley and Lamar Odom.
After college Walter traveled abroad pursuing his second passin of writing. In 2005 Walter published his first novel, the critically acclaimed urban epic My Brother’s Keeper.
Walter used the momentum built from ‘Keeper’ and penned his first screenplay entitled M. U. D. His screenplay centers on the gripping story about a mother and her young daughter as they live with HIV.
Walter is the CEO and Managing Partner of Walter Fredericks Enterprises, LLC. His multimedia company is a rising entity in film, television and publishing.
Walter currently lives in Phoenix, AZ producing not only his first feature film, but a popular new reality show that he has developed with his brother and childhood friend.
Join us Tonight!!! Let's R.A.P.