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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™.
Welcome Brandon Boudreaux to our show!!
Brandon grew up in the suburbs of New Orleans and attended the prestigious New Orleans Center for the Creative Arts, with alum such as like Harry Connick jr., Anthony MacKey, and the Marsalis brothers, for creative writing and specialized in prose poetry. Then he attend the College of Santa Fe to study experimental filmmaking before graduating from Full Sail University with a degree in film.
Moving to New York City in 2000 Brandon began a career as an editor work mostly in
advertising and music videos. Working with some of the biggest names in advertising
Brandon's edited award winning commercials for client like Coca-Cola, Samsung, MTV, and Converse. He's worked with director's like David Fincher, Diane Martel, Randy Krallman, and Speck Gordon along with musicians Kanye West, Beyonce, Pharrell Williams, the Killers, and more.Since 2010 Brandon has also collaborated with artist Leah Singer and guitarist Lee Ranaldo of Sonic Youth on a continuously evolving multimedia and performance piece called Sight Unseen.
Since it's premiere Sight Unseen has been performed at various film and art festivals around the world with every performance being unique. Brandon, along with Erick Dozier, formed No Name Brand Films in 2010 with the intention of
writing and directing their own work. Since then they've created three short films that have played at film festivals across the world, including the 2011 Cannes Film Festival, as well as a number of music videos and are currently developing a web series as well as writing several feature film screen plays. Their most recent short film Neighbors was produced by the two of them, written and directed by Brandon, recently had it's premiere is now being submitted to film festivals. Finally Brandon is also the father of two teenagers, Bain and Lillie, and often include them in the making of his films.
Tune in once a month as our hosts from TBAIMS tell us about the exciting world of the music industry. Jon Landers is the Founder and CEO of TBAIMS. Their team is committed to providing a platform for independent artist to perform live in front of key audiences from the Entertainment and Music industries. The BIG Apple INDIE Music SERIES, is a monthly music and networking industry event featuring the hottest independent pop, rock , country and top 40 acts in the country. The event is held at various venues around New York City
Grammy award winning producers, Cannes Film Festival Award Winners, MTV Award Winners, major record labels and music directors, and corporate CEO's will be among the attendees at these amazing events supporting independent music artists.www.tbaims.com
This week Jon is premiering: Rootwords, Craig Lawrence, Jay Stolar, Sahlence
Sponsors: Slantress Magazine TBAIMS Rita Ricks Off The Vine Audible Trail
Rick Vaicius is director and founder of Flyway Film Festival, Wisconsin's bluff premier destination for independent film as noted by Emmy award-winning blogger Scott W. Smith “ … a festival that should be on your radar”. Founded in 2008 Vaicius has created a standout, intimate and high-quality annual festival. Over the past four years, Flyway has brought over 80 filmmakers into the local community. In addition to screening remarkable films, it has become a unique venue for filmmakers to network and discuss projects and the "state of the industry" in the film world. Vaicius has already persuaded some top film industry talent to appear. The 7th Annual Flyway Film Festival begins Thursday October 23-26, 2014 in Pepin and Stockholm, Wisconsin. This year promises to be its most exciting to-date.
For festival line up and panels go to flywayfilmfestival.org and check it out!
Stay tuned to Rex Sikes Movie Beat for other great archived interviews, cast and crew listings, events, festivals, premieres, and more at rexsikes.com and Visit RexSikesMovieBeat.me the blog
Daniel Hoyos is an indie film producer and new director of the popular Seattle Shorts Film Festival now in it’s 4th year. After graduating with a degree in film and communications in 2009, Daniel got his first job working for the nationally syndicated TV Show “Biz Kids” on PBS, as a production assistant. The following year, he got hired at the international film festival “National Film Festival for Talented Youth” as the submissions and programming intern. Since then, he worked at the “Children’s Film Festival of Seattle” where he helped program the week long 2011 festival, at the Northwest Film Forum.
In 2012, his short film “Play for Me” won best cinematography at the 2012 Sierra Canyon Film Festival in Hollywood. That same year, Daniel produced “No One Knows." The two lead child actors -- Sami Isler and Caleb Barwick -- went on to star in NBC's "Sean Saves the World," and Lifetime's "Army Wives." The film was accepted into 18 film festivals and will premiere on the Shorts HD Network, part of Direct TV, later this year. Daniel is also the film editor at the national magazine "I Am Entertainment."
In December 2013, Daniel became the festival director of the Seattle Shorts Film Festival after taking over from the founder of who retired in 2012.
The Seattle Shorts Film Festival begins November 15th at SIFF Film Center. This year, 28 filmmakers are expected to attend from across the country, along with special guest speaker sag-actress Venus Demilo Thomas from Nickelodeon's "Salute Your Shorts."
Some of the films Daniel will be discussing are "A Fish Tale," "Lunch," "The First Hope," "Water, Ice, Snow" and "The Father."
If you are not acquainted with the genius and the greatness of Mary Lou Williams, please let us introduce you to one of the most amazing figures in Jazz history. Pianist, Arranger and Composer, Mary Lou was beloved by MANY - including Duke Ellington. He couldn't say enough about her style and the person behind it. Ms. Williams wrote hundreds of compositions, arranged for the prestigious male bandleaders of her day (remember those times - a WOMAN arranging? A WOMAN having that kind of influence?!) and was both friend and mentor to Monk, Miles, Parker and Gillespie.
Known as "The Little Piano Girl of East Liberty" (Pittsburgh), Mary Lou was self-taught and performed in public for the first time at age six. Her confidence never wavered through the years and she came to the attention of those who appreciated her strong skills and positive personality. One that landed on WNEW in New York City - as a broadcaster with a popular show.
So MUCH to say about Mary Lou - and no one can say it better than CAROL BASH. She is the director and producer of "Mary Lou Williams: The Lady Who Swings The Band." This noble endeavor is an IndieGoGo project that is looking to fulfill its mission by October 28th! There are important movers and shakers involved in this film who LOVE Jazz and LOVE the subject of this labor of love. You'd recognize the names - and we'll drop them when Carol visits on 10/21 at one p.m. Eastern time.
You'll hear about the musican and spiritual evolution of Mary Lou - she converted to Roman Catholicism later in life - and it colored her world in a way that surprised even herself. Maybe inspired by that journey, she said: "Jazz is love - you have to lay into it and let it flow." Join us in The Chat Room on 10/21!
Jack Thomas Smith is a feature film director, writer, and producer. His new feature film "Infliction" is available now in the U.S. and Canada on DVD, VOD, and Digital HD by Virgil Films & Entertainment, which is the company that distributed "Supersize Me." Earlier this year, “Infliction” opened in select theaters. Additional screenings have been scheduled this summer and fall due to demand.
His last film, "Disorder", which he wrote, produced, and directed, was released by Universal on DVD and Warner Brothers on VOD & PPV. It also screened at Cannes and the Raindance Film Festival in London.
Join the conversation with Hadasah Ingrid, filmaker and HW writer and Danny Tisdale on The Danny Tisdale Show as they talk about her review of the new film "Lakay; Home is where Haiti Is." that was part fo the Harlem International Film Festival
Listen to the show recorded on Tuesday, October 21st, 12 pm EST.
Check out the great review at: http://www.harlemworldmag.com/lakay-home-haiti/#.VEZ15_nF91g
Award-winning actress Tippi Hedren talks about her scary experiences while filming The Birds, one of Alfred Hitchcock's classic thrillers. Tippi earned a Golden Globe for her terrific performance in this movie. During her candid interview, Tippi also reminisces about playing opposite Sean Connery in Hitchcock's Marnie. Among Tippi's non-Hitchcock films are such offerings as Charlie Chaplin's The Countess from Hong Kong, I Heart Huckabees, Pacific Heights, Jane Mansfield's Car and Roar, a movie she produced and starred in with her daughter Melanie Griffith. She has also appeared in numerous TV shows.
As an avid supporter of animal rights, Tippi is involved in the ROAR Foundation and the Shambala Preserve. She has received many awards for her humanitarain efforts, including the Bahai Faith Humanitarian Award and a "Women of Vision" Honor from Women in Film and Video.
On this edition of the Cruz Control podcast, host Randy Cruz chats with actor, comedian and director Michael Rapaport to discuss his latest documentary film, "When The Garden Was Eden", which airs Tuesday, October 21 on ESPN as part of their 30 for 30 series.
Twitter: @cruzr83 @michaelrapaport
New Bollywood Star and sensation who has acted in new Hindi blockbuster film Haider :http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haider_(film)
Dr Afshan Hashmi
This Can't Be Happening (TCBH) is a four time Project Censored award-winning online news collective.
From their web site: "Our goal is to give you the stories you aren’t getting from the corporate media, or to give you the stories you are getting from them, but from a different, and more honest, perspective."
Program Summary: Oct. 21, 2014
1st Hour - a pre-recorded segment of TCBH radio from the Progressive Radio Network (PRN.fm) hosted by Dave Lindorff which airs every Wednesday 5pm (Eastern)
2nd Hour - RFK goes live with TCBH contributor John Grant. John Grant is a writer/photographer/filmmaker living just outside Philadelphia’s city limits. He has worked as a newspaper reporter and has published both fiction and non-fiction. Starting in the 1980s, he traveled to Central America and other places as a documentary photographer for publication and for exhibits of his own large prints. He shot and edited an 80-minute documentary film called "Second Time Around" about a seriously wounded Vietnam veteran who chose to live and work in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, 35 years after his first tour there. John has been to Iraq twice during the war, once as an observer critical of the war and once as a cameraman on a documentary film.
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