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KARI PERKINS (costume designer) has created the wardrobes for seven films directed by Austin-based filmmaker Richard Linklater, first working with the two-time Oscar® nominee as additional costume designer on his critically-acclaimed 1993 comedy, “Dazed and Confused.”While it would be another decade before Perkins reteamed with Linklater on his 2002 HBO feature, “$5.15/Hour,” she has since collaborated with him on five additional features -- “Fast Food Nation,” “A Scanner Darkly,” the critically-acclaimed comedy-thriller, “Bernie” (Best Picture nominee at the Independent Spirit Awards, Best Comedy from the People’s Choice Awards, and recognition as one of the Top 10 Films of 2011 by the National Board of Review), his epic 12-year-odyssey, “Boyhood” and, most recently, the period baseball drama, “That’s What I’m Talking About.”In addition to her film/TV work, Perkins has also designed for some of Austin’s most prolific dance choreographers such as Ballet Austin’s Stephen Mills’ “Women and Light,” “Torso” and “Wall of Names,” and Sharir+Bustamante’s “For Four” and “Court 6.” Perkins has also worked on Ariel Dance Theater’s “Gyre,” “Five2Ten,” “Flush” and “Everything Between”; and Kathy Dunn Hamrick Dance Co.’s “Murmur,” “Royal Pair,” “Spin” and “Woman Smiling.” Her stage work also include the 2002 B. Iden Payne Award for Outstanding Costume Design for the stage production “Dark Goddess.” You can email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or follow us on Twitter @123Film
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
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Tonight our host, Jude Southerland Kessler, author of http://www.johnlennonseries.com will have the joy of talking to John Lennon's boyhood friend, Michael Hill. Michael attended Dovedale Primary in Woolton with John, and later, QuarryBank Grammar with both John and Pete Shotton! His stories are incredible... and not the same tired tales you've heard a dozen times!
Michael is the author of a brand new book: John Lennon, The Boy Who Became a Legend, and it is fascinating! In fact, Michael proposes a new story about the event that "hooked" John on rock'n'roll. Don't miss this exciting new info for Beatles fans!
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!
Show # 267 – Live, Uncut & Uncensored Conversations With “Musicians You Should Know”
The Exit56 Blues Fest takes place in Brownsville, TN on May 23rd and includes a Blues Concert, Corvette Car Show, Classic Car Cruise-In and a Deep Fried BBQ Eating Contest. I will speak with Sonia Outlaw-Clark about the event and how you can be a part of this wonderful celebration.
Nate Myers has been playing harmonica since boyhood. He has performed with many wonderful musicians and he and his band, The Aces are well know for their great shows. Nate has a new album out entitled It’s My Music and I will chat with him about the album and his career.
Toots Lorraine and her band, The Traffic, are out of Jacksonville, FL, but their music is West Coast Jump Blues & Swing with Chicago Blues mixed in for comfort. I will speak with Toots and her guitarist husband, Chad Dant about their journey to this point and the music and the new album, Make It Easy.
COUCH KID NEW MUSIC WORLD PREMIER! My ‘nephew’ Mr. Sipp brings his upcoming album The Mississippi Blues Child to The Couch and we get to share it with y’all a couple of weeks before it drops. Thrilled to be doing this and let me tell you, I have been playing the darn thing over and over since it arrived!
Then another Couch Kid New Music Segment with Mark Wenner from The Nighthawks comes by for the third time, with music from their new release, Back Porch Party. Once again, this album is acoustic and was recorded live to tape before a studio audience. We’ll speak with Mark about the goings on of the Nighthawks and the music on this great new album
Once the Oscars are over, the analysis begins. Join ScreenPicks for a very special podcast, as we look at all of the highs and lows of the 2015 Academy Awards. We examine the final results in the race between Birdman and Boyhood, Michael Keaton and Eddie Redmayne, and Selma and American Sniper versus the world. We also look at the Razzie winners and predict the 2016 Oscars.
With the Oscars just a week away, ScreenPicks looks at who could win some of the biggest Oscars to be awarded. A tight race for Best Picture exists between Birdman and Boyhood. Who will win Best Director between Richard Linklater and Alejandro González Iñárritu? And what about the Best Actor race between Eddie Redmayne and Michael Keaton? We break it all down!
Film critic Betty Jo Tucker reviews Whiplash, Boyhood, Out of the Dark and other films that motivated her to write poems about them. The first two movies recently received Best Picture Oscar nominations, and the third is a suspenseful horror release which opened February 27. Time permitting, the following movies will also be covered during this episode: Amercan Sniper, Big Eyes, White Bird in a Blizzard, The Zero Theorem, 3 Holes and a Smoking Gun, and Gosford Park.
I’m trying to be more creative with my reviews, Betty Jo explains. Surprisingly, my film poems are resulting in more feedback, which makes me very happy.
Producer Nikki Starr joins Betty Jo as co-host for this unusual show. Listeners can expect to enjoy Nikki’s lively, candid, and perceptive reactions to the film poems presented. Nikki and Betty Jo also discuss the career of the legendary Leonard Nimoy.
THIS WEEK: The MANIACS give their OSCARS Roundup. They talk about NEIL PATRICK HARRIS's hosting abilites, the AWESOME music numbers by Tegan and Sara and Lady Gaga and their thoughts on Best Picture Winner BIRDMAN, BOYHOOD and AMERICAN SNIPER.
GREG REIFSTECK and PHILIP BARRETT are the MOVIE MANIACS, bringing filmgoers into a new age of film criticism. Their enjoyment and passion for cinema drives them to help you get the most joy out of your movie viewing experiences.
Just when you thought you had movies all figured out, these obssessed film critics and experts will show you something about them you never thought of.
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