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Kristen Palana is an Ameican global momrepreneur who has combined art and animation with social conscious to build a career. Winner of the 2014 Cannes Short Film Festival Award, she takes the color of the world and uses it to convey a message. Kristen is clearly and award-winning multimedia artist.
Join in the conversation and learn about Kristen's entrepreneurial work with art, animation and social consciousness as wlel as how this mother integrates with it with a family life.
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Eileen Hoeter has been directing and producing since l983. She is currently the chair of Women in Film International, a Director member of the Directors Guild of Canada, and the president of the British Columbia Industry of Film Professionals. She has won numerous awards for her work, including a Leo Award for Best Informational Series - The Creators, as well as being nominated for a Genie for Dying to be Perfect. Her career has covered numerous areas including, Television, Documentaries, Drama, Animation and Photography. She has taught film at UBC, and BCIT, and was the Director of Film Related Studies at The Vancouver Film School. Her activity in the film industry has kept her a visible and respected resource and contact. Eileen received her MFA in Film and Television Production from the University of British Columbia in 1989. She also owns a beautiful bed and breakfast in Mexico called Villa Star of the Sea. www.VillaStaroftheSea.com
How did Marc Price make a zombie movie for $70 and then create a buzz at the Cannes Film Festival? Tune in tonight for our interview with this inspirational independent filmmaker talk about his movie 'Colin.' The show begins with Weirdo News™.
Matthew Robbins was born in New York City and went to the Johns Hopkins University, where he received a BA degree in Romance Languages. Shortly after getting his MFA at the USC School of Cinema, he began writing screenplays with partner Hal Barwood. Together, in a period of three years, they wrote and sold six scripts. The Sugarland Express was Steven Spielberg’s first feature film and starred Goldie Hawn. It won Best Screenplay at the Cannes Film Festival. For Steven Spielberg’s Amblin Productions, he co-wrote and directed Batteries Not Included. He also directed the comedy Bingo, for Tri-Star. Collaborating with writer/director Guillermo del Toro, he wrote Mimic, starring Mira Sorvino and Jeremy Northam. They also wrote Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark, starring Katie Holmes and Guy Pearce.Other screenplays written with Guillermo del Toro include The Count of Montecristo for American Zoetrope, The Coffin for Lightstorm Entertainment/20th Century-Fox and Wind in the Willows for Sony. He wrote the screenplay for Pinocchio based on his collaboration of the story with Mr. Del Toro, their stop-motion puppet interpretation of the Collodi classic for the Henson Company. They co-wrote H.P. Lovecraft fantasy classic, At the Mountains of Madness that was purchased by Universal Studios. Thescreenplay Crimson Peak, starring Mia Wasikowska, Charlie Hunnam and Directed by Mr. Del Toro is out in October 2015 by Universal Studios. In affiliation with George Lucas’ company Industrial Light and Magic, Mr. Robbins has directed TV commercials for Coca-Cola, Chrysle, Eveready among many others. He also directed Paul McCartney in the title track music video for the album Off the Ground. You can email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or follow us on Twitter @123Film
NaNoWriMo is quickly coming to an end. Even if we haven't met the deadline, Belinda and I will continue with our writings! Tonight we are lucky to speak with Virginia Carraway Stark! She has a diverse portfolio and has been writing professionally for nearly a decade, including screenplays, novels, articles, blogs, and travel journalism in her portfolio. She works with other writers, artists and poets to hone her talents and to offer encouragement and insight to others. She has been screened at Cannes Film Festival for her screenplay, “Blind Eye” which was followed by The Mystical Adventures of Billy Owens and two sequels after that. She was nominated for an Aurora Award for her creative writing in 2013.
Most of all, Virginia is an explorer. The world of writing and the research that goes with each new project is what keeps her excited about each new project. She approaches everything she does with enthusiasm, dedication and a love for the task at hand. This has also lead to her keen interest in the field of the paranormal. She has been a diligent student of all the mysteries this has lead to her becoming a Director at The National Paranormal Society. She and her husband also publish a paranormal journal called 'Outermost'.
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Our guest this week will be Corrina Montlo, Co-founder of the Motorcycle Film Festival. Corrina & Jack Drury founded the film festival in NYC, fall of 2013 to provide a home for motorcycle films from around the world. Moto film enthusiasts gather to discuss, celebrate and show their films about their favorite subject, motorcycles! Films such as “Why We Ride” and Dream Racer” have gotten recognized as a result of the exposure they received at the Festival. Listen in to get the inside scoop about the 3rd annual MFF that was held September 23-27, 2015. Corrina will fill us in on who the winners were and how the Film Festival has given a voice to many independent film makers internationally. What is planned for 2016? How can you attend? Those questions and more will be answered.
Interview with Gregory Cioffi about his upcoming film called The Museum of Lost Things. The film is about a man who randomly walks into a museum that has objects that represent something that he has lost in his life. The movie then goes onto to consider more abstract things, like lost illusions. It is a layered story told from different perspectives weaving together objects, experiences and some big ideas. The film is based on a short story by Dennis Pahl and parts of it were shot at Long Island University.
To get the right tone for the film Gregory studied some of Woody Allen and Wes Anderson films, including Midnight in Paris and The Grand Budapest Hotel. However, The Museum of Lost Things is it's own unique story, inspired by Dennis's experience of losing/misplacing things.
If you 'd like to help bring this magical tapesty to life, please check out the film's Kickstarter project.
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Growing up in New York I was exposed to theatre differently by my parents. My mother took us to Broadway shows. And my dad was more off Broadway. I enjoyed them all. But when my dad took me to see "The Me Nobody Knows" I was twelve. Seeing Irene Cara up on stage made me want to be up there. As a young adult my friends and I continued to go to plays and off beat films. That was our past time going to shows and out to eat.
I always wanted to be a dancer and took some lessons but I had to find another way to express myself. I got interested in acting at a time in my life when I needed to find myself and to feel grounded. I started taking classes at HB Studios. It was scary and exhilarating at the same time. I found something that I keep trying to conquer.
I'm finding myself. I found that I'm best at playing women who have a chip on their shoulder and a world class attitude but would like nothing better than put both of those aside.
I have been in some local films and plays. We just finished the 2015 Women's Voices Theater Festival. I was in two plays "A Matter of Worth" by Marcia E Cole and "For the Love of Oscar" by Hope Lindsay-Price.
By day I am a broadcast technician for Fox TV and as of date the Business Agent for our IATSE local.
And a wife , mother and grandmother.
Marc and Shane take a look at Victor Frankenstein, and let you know if James McAvoy and Daniel Radcliffe can make something of the retelling/reimagining of one of the most popular "monster" stories ever.
Despite the theoretic drawing power of the stars, this one hasn't been doing well with critics, and probably won't draw a huge audience considering the competition, but we'll let you know if you should give it a chance.
Please join Miss Catherine as she welcomes in the one of a kind swing band, Kinderjazz!
Whether you're looking for ways to stimulate a developing young mind, you'd like to introduce children to the pleasures of music, or you just want your kids to have FUN, you'll find Kinderjazz’s collection of blues, latin, ragtime, jazz, and swing music is perfect for girls and boys under the age of 12.
The one-of-a-kind swing band for children has performed in some of the most prestigious venues in the world, and their recorded music is specifically written to engage young children, while simultaneously appealing to adults of all ages. Parents love it because it is jazz and its educational in a fun way, grandparents love it because it takes them back. Children love the rhythms and enjoy the instruments.
Kinderjazz is a 12 piece fully acoustic swing orchestra, featuring some of the best musicians in Australia. They have opened Manly Jazz Festival in 1998, and since then, have performed at the Sydney Opera House, Daring Harbour, the Teddy Bear’s Picnic at Parramatta Stadium, to more than 10,000 families, Carols in the Domain 2000 on Channel 7, Stadium Australia and many major venues around Australia.
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