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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™.
Cinema Diverse: The Palm Springs Gay and Lesbian Film Festival opens its Seventh Edition on Thursday, September 18th and runs through Sunday, September 21st. Nicholas Snow brings you the complete line-up.
Producer/Host Nicholas Snow focuses on "Connecting the Circuitry of Humanity." The presenting sponsor for this episode is Intervention 911, part of Ken Seeley Communities (Nicholas Snow Productions LLC is honored to also produce the podcast, Intervention 911 with Ken Seeley, available at this link.
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We're going ALL IN for our "Where Is Mr. Right?" Show - So listen to hear our very special guest Mantas Valantiejus and your Sister Radio host Ms.Champagne talk about soulmates, why good women are single, and insights to the main differences between men and women when it comes to monogamy.
Mantas is an award winning actor, producer and director. His film Solidarity is nominated at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival for Best Drama. You can learn more about Mantas and his work by visiting http://vimeo.com/mantasvalantiejus
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As a young girl Unita was surrounded by music. Her father and uncle both were musicians of the highest caliber, and music was part of her everyday life. Exposed to all kinds of music including jazz, classical, big band, and folk music, Unita began to write, sing and perform at an early age.
After singing around her hometown in South Carolina, Unita moved to Atlanta and began a career as a folk singer in clubs and various venues. She would also do the occasional radio commercial, and began her serious writing of original music while working as an administrative assistant by day to cover her living expenses.
Soon Unita met her husband Joseph Akins, and together they formed their independent record label, HeartSong Music, in 1997. Together Unita and Joseph have created and produced original music for CDs, video and film. Unita was invited to write and sing on popular artist Herb Ernst’s two albums released by Mystic Visions, Bringers of the Dawn and Angels and Ecstasy, and a wonderful friendship was formed. Unita then invited Joseph and Herb to collaborate on her album Through the Veils, and from this collaboration, extraordinary music was born. Her debut album Through the Veils was recorded and released to rave reviews in the late 90’s. “Unita’s mesmerizing voice is utterly breathtaking,” said NAPRA Review.“Unita’s warm grace, beautiful voice and touching words are a delight,” said Steve Ryals of NAR.
This is a black arts and culture site. We will be exploring the African Diaspora via the writing, performance, both musical and theatrical (film and stage), as well as the visual arts of Africans in the Diaspora and those influenced by these aesthetic forms of expression. I am interested in the political and social ramifications of art on society, specifically movements supported by these artists and their forebearers. It is my claim that the artists are the true revolutionaries, their work honest and filled with raw unedited passion. They are our true heroes. Ashay!
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“THE WISDOM KEYS: A CHANNELER'S QUEST REVEALS FOUR STEPS TO YOUR HIGHEST SELF” with JUDI THOMASES
Judi Thomases is an astrologer, psychic, channeler, and author. She has been a guest on several national media outlets including ABC, CBS, and Sirius Satellite radio and has consulted on film and television projects.
”To play the Wisdom Game well, begin to see the world as inside you, not outside.” The quote above is from Judi’s latest book, “The Wisdom Keys,” which examines the journey into our true selves by learning who we really are via The Four Keys as they unlock the gates to our higher splendor.
Today we have as our guest Christina Royster Sykes, a former situation comedy writer and award winning journalist with more than 18 years experience in the areas of scriptwriting and integrated marketing communications including social media, search marketing, public relations, media buying and guerrilla marketing. She is also a former Hollywood film executive for The Walt Disney Company. Her Hollywood credits include situation comedies "Sister, Sister", staring Tia and Tamera Mowry and "For Your Love," starring Holly Robinson Pete. Call in with your questions for this experienced Hollywood writer and public relations executive.
Today is our first Writer Wendsday, where we talk to writers of all sorts!
To kck off this very neat idea, we have Duane Martin, of Rouge Cinema who you may not know is an writer of a line of Fantasy novels!
Lets hear what got him started on this phase of writting!
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Liz is a small business owner, wife, and mother. She attended Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois where she studied Theatre and Film Management. Upon leaving NU, Liz was a founder in the award winning Equity ensemble The Immediate Theatre Company in Chicago where she produced over 20 plays.
Liz has worked in a variety of aspects of the Entertainment business including producing “The Storytelling Hour” for Deaf West Theater, Development Director for Sign World TV, a cable network which would serve the 20 million deaf and hard of hearing people within the United States. She was responsible for development and casting for programs produced by the network. She has also worked as a Production Coordinator for a variety of programs and conferences. She has been an Agape Practitioner for fourteen years working in their Youth ministry and the Ministry for the Deaf.
Liz is the director of a non for profit group Zebrah Smacks. A group of youth ages
15-18 who raise money to rebuild schools around the world. They have raised $5,000
from the sale of the first original CD to support the Amazing Grace Orphanage and
currently have raised $25,000 from the sale of their second CD, We are More Than
This, providing books, water, desks, and more for the St. Sheket Elementary School
In Lalibela, Ethiopia. Currently the teens are have raised $30,000 toward re building an
elementary school in Haiti.
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