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Hosted by Candice Frederick, Kimberly Renee, and ReBecca Theodore-Vachon, "Cinema in Noir" covers the latest casting news, reviews, and interviews with the best and brightest talent in film. In the latest edition we discuss the casting of Zendaya in the Lifetime Aaliyah biopic and claims of colorism. We will also countdow our favorite music documentaries. Lastly, we will discuss the upcoming season of True Blood.
Interview with Alan Austin
Topics of conversation:
Making Documentaries Experience reporting in Vietnam The Shakespeare Mystery Researching Crime Stories Experience interviewing death row prisoners The Cottage Alan K. Austin
Reviewed by Joseph Yurt for Reader Views (6/12)
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Director Gordon T. Skinner
His documentary films include: Cornelia Street Café: The Whole World Passes Through; The Kuna Indians: A Culture in crisis; Sitting in the Fire: Profiles of the Peacemakers, Sam Pollard & Albert Maysles, exec. producers; Strategic Omissions: The Truth Behind The Health Effects After 9/11, Albert Maysles, exec. producer; Lost Innocents: Child Soldiers At War, His work was profiled in an award-winning documentary for NHK on John Lennon’s music Imagine:
Director Skinner, will be joined on air by two patients featured in his upcoming documentary "Dialysis Diaries".
Bill inherited polycystic kidney disease from his father, and has a 50-percent chance of passing this genetic fate to one of his daughters. His situation inspired him to become a spokesperson for PKD awareness, going so far as to dress up as “Kenny the Kidney” at the Walk for PKD each spring.
A year after he was declared ‘GQ Man of the Year’ for his work against gender violence, Jimmie suffered a heart attack and renal failure. Only in his early 40s, this sad twist of fate has forced him to live with constant uncertainty. We follow Jimmie as he struggles through painful dialysis treatments, searches desperately for an organ donor, and fights to get his transplant covered by Medicare.
Thursday August 7, 9:00 Eastern, 8:00 Central, 6:00 Pacific
Listen to the show at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/dialysisadvocates
To take part, call in to the show dial 347-857-3961
Why We Ride is the story of who we are. Individuals with a desire to dream, discover and explore. From a kids dream come true to a retirees desire to return to freedom. From a family riding together on the sand dunes to hundreds of choppers carving through the canyons-the desire is the same. It's about the passion of the riders and the soul of their machines.
Why We Ride is the #1 Motorcycle Film in America today! Created out of the pure passion that drives all of our two wheeled adventures and connects the common thread of passion that runs through the fabric of all of us as motorcyclists!
James is a veteran of two Fortune 500 financial groups before entering the entertaining industry to assist the successful independent distribution of the acclaimed documentary One Six Right: The Romance of Flying. In 2007 James founded Walking West Entertainment and the Walking West Film Financing Syndicate.
Bryan H. Carrol//Producer and Director
Wiht blockbuster movies such as Titanic, Collateral, Miami Vice and Public Enemies in his background, Bryan has built a successful career in filmaking while working with the likes of James Cameron, Michael Mann, jerry Bruckheimer and Joel Silver. His experience at bringing projects from the script to the screen, have made him one of the most sought after and highly regarded filmakers in Hollywood.
Both join us for a behind the cameras look into this amazing motorcycle documentary that truly does explain, at least in part, "Why We RIde". We are very excited to present this special episode of Talking Motorcycles with Barry Boone
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Dissecting Docs covers 112 Weddings, Maidentrip, Life Behind the Camera, The Case against 8, the Winding Stream Sponsored by FTH.
For more information about Carole Dean and From the Heart Productions please visit www.FromtheHeartProductions.com
Join Sisters Chat co-hosts, Dawn Stovall and Sharon Hoggard and friends as they discuss the fallout from the documentary Frustrated: Black American Men in Brazil. The documentary deals with the trend of African American men travelling to Brazil to find love because of their so-call frustrations in dealing with African American women in the U.S. You won't want to miss this broadcast. Join us Wednesday, August 27 at 6 p.m. for what will definitely prove to be a lively discussion. Call in to listen or join the chat at 914-338-1541.
Tonight our very special guest is the iconic Anthony Hilder.
As a Talk Show Host, Investigative Journalist and War Correspondent, Anthony has done approximately 17,000 interviews over the past 30 years along with 21 video documentaries, working 24/7 to bring his dream of a Free World into being.
Always controversial, always original, always in the fight for freedom as he continues his life-long goal of freeing the World's people from the nightmare that has been brought about through Big Brother and the international banking cabal in their efforts to bring about a New World Order.
My discussion with Anthony was wide ranging and fascinating as he offers his decades of insight on Hillary Clinton’s agenda, political decadence, societal dysfunction, Vladimir Putin, his time during the Hollywood scene and finishing up with the conspiracies around the assassinations of Robert F. Kennedy and Martin Luther King.
One footnote before we get started, Anthony suffered a stroke two years ago which he is still recovering from. His continued perseverance and dedication to his cause speaks for itself.
Did you know that artificial sweeteners are used in more than 6,000 products, often marketed as “diet” or “sugar-free” products?
Aspartame, also known by names such as Equal and Nutrasweet are believed to be carcinogenic and account for more reports of adverse reactions than all other foods combined! And millions of people consume this toxic chemic daily, thinking it’s a healthy alternative to sugar.
This week I’m interviewing filmmaker Cori Bracket about her documentaries Sweet Misery and Sweet Remedy to discover the connection between common consumer items (such as diet soda) and a wealth of health problems including serious issues such as multiple sclerosis.
Join us to learn:
The symptoms of aspartame poisoning and the dire health consequences of consistent aspartame consumption
What common popular products contain dangerous amounts of aspartame
What you can do to insure that you and your family are protected from this toxic chemical
In October of 2006, "Fear House" premiered as the first show of the third season on the Discovery Channels, "A Haunting." This show featured Steven and the story of the Union Haunting and went onto be rated one of the more popular episodes of that series.
“The Uninvited” was released by Llewellyn Worldwide as a major project. The book received critical acclaim finding its way onto many “best of” lists. “The Uninvited” was also released in a French version in 2010.His book "Crazy" hit the scene in the fall of 2010 with great reviews and also found its way onto “best of” lists for that year.
He has been a featured guest on Fox News Mike & Juliet Show, Fox News, NBC News, CBS News, the Discovery Channel, plus many more including his starring appearance in the Booth Brothers documentaries "Children of the Grave." and "The Possessed." Steven has also completed a documentary for the Fifth Season DVD release of Warner Home Videos Supernatural.
Steven has finished writing his next book, a sequel to "The Uninvited," and a screenplay for his book "Crazy." Steven's new book "Blessed Are The Wicked" will be released in September 2014.
The New York Motorcycle Film Festival is bigger than every! Over 75 motorcycle related films and documentaries to be judged by an all star panel including Roland Sands. This period in our history is producing more films than almost anytime in motorcycle history related to the sport we love. In this episode, Corinna Mantlo joins us to discuss the rapid growth of the festival, how it came to be and where it is going. This episode should interest anyone who has a passion for two wheel adventure!
Tom Hamilton will join us to discuss the AMA Pro Grand National this weekend at the Virginia Mega Mile. It is the largest track the tour visits and it's back for the second year bigger than ever. Listen to this eposide to learn all about the 1.25 mile race track and all the cool things surrounding this years event.
Michelle Materre, The Grande Dame of Black Whole
Thomas Allen Harris/Director was born in 1962 in the Bronx, New York, and spent his adolescent years in Tanzania. His television documentary work has been twice nominated for an Emmy Award. In addition to producing films, installations, and experimental video works, Harris has produced documentaries for public television. His 2001 documentary E Minha Cara/ That's My Face received numerous international awards and premiered at major film festivals.
Don Perry/Producer/Writer is Chief Operating Office of Chimpanzee Productions, Inc., which is a Harlem-based film, television and multimedia production company founded by filmmaker Thomas Allen Harris in 1992 that is dedicated to producing unique visual experiences that embody the search for identity, family and spirituality. He was also co-writer and co-producer of Thomas Allen Harris' feature length documentary "E Minha Cara/That's My Face".
Ann Bennett/Producer is a producer, director and writer for documentary films and multimedia projects with over twenty years of experience. She is a producer on the PBS feature documentary, Through A Lens Darkly: Black Photographers and the Emergence of a People as well as the multi-platform community engagement initiative, Digital Diaspora Family Reunion (DDFR). Bennett's production credits include; Citizen King and Jubilee Singers for the PBS series "American Experience", Hymn for Alvin Ailey for "Dance in America", among others.
Neena Nejad is an Iranian-American filmmaker and photographer. She has a background in photojournalism and travel photography. She studied film in Ventura CA. She is very happy to be working in a lot of different projects. Her background in photojournalism and travel photography led to her current projects, working on documentaries and Reality TV. Nejad loves the intimacy and art of documentaries. Nejad has worked for high profile networks like Oxygen, TNT, Bravo... Nejad is also an activist.
Amy Logan, a global women’s human rights activist, is the author of The Seven Perfumes of Sacrifice, a suspense novel about the search for the ancient, lost origins of honor killing in the Middle East, which she researched for a decade to uncover. Amy has presented her research on honor violence at global conferences from Los Angeles to Turkey and UN Women events. Amy is featured in and the Consulting Producer for “The Price of Honor”, and on the Advisory Board of the documentary film “Honor Diaries”.
Dhairya Pujara is the Founder and CEO of Ycenter and author of an upcoming book "Dream or Job". He received his Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering from Drexel University’s School of Biomedical Engineering, Science and Health Systems in 2012. He was awarded the Meritorious Service Award by Drexel University graduate student association and a special recognition for creative leadership. His first e-commerce startup at the age of 20, was selected as one of the top 1000 emerging businesses in India by "The Economic Times” in 2009.