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  • 01:23

    Colouring Book; The Mixed Race Documentary

    in Culture

    Join Dr. Culbreth and guest Mr.  James Cuthbert, Co-founder, Writer and Director of Colouring Book Productions for a discussion about  Colouring Books Productions’ documentary titled  Colouring Book, The Mixed Race Documentary.


     

  • 01:44

    For Faith, For Love,Forever Documentary - A Must See

    in LGBT

    The documentary “For Faith, For Love, Forever” explores the debate on same-sex marriage in the African-AmeTrican community and its inclusion of the black church. Despite media portrayals suggesting complete disapproval, ordained African-American pastors and ministers are given the opportunity at a Town Hall Meeting in Oakland, CA to speak openly about their reasons for being for the inclusions of same sex couples, their rights to marry and being active members of their individual congregations. The film offers its viewers a powerful exploration of the effect that California's Proposition 8 had pre-and post-Election 2008 on the gay community. The discussion of black gays having a right to marry as a matter of inclusion in the church makes for a most diverse and unique topic. The film’s director Nefertiti Strong, Rev. Roland Stringfellow, who appears in the film, and James Felton Keith, CEO of the Detroit Regional LGBT Chamber of Commerce, that will be hosting a screening on February 2, 2015 followed by a town hall meeting Also speaking in support of marriage equality at the Town Hall Meeting featuring a panel of experts to discuss the economic benefits of Same-Sex Marriage in Michigan and Detroit to demonstrate how important inclusiveness is, in the economic growth of our communities. In partnership with MEGA Dream and Catch A Dream Entertainment Inc.Twitter: www.twitter.com/lilmogul- Face Book: Richard E. Pelzer II. MEGA Management Inc is proud to celebrate 20 Years in buiness. 

     

  • 01:24

    American Documentary Film Festival: March 26-30, 2015

    in Entertainment

    Nicholas Snow welcomes American Documentary Film Festival Founder and Director Theodore "Teddy" Grouya, as well as filmmakers honored to have their films selected for the 2015 fest taking place March 26-30, 2015.  Named "One of the World's Top 25 Film Festivals Worth the Entry Fee," by MovieMaker magazine, and then "One of the World's Five Coolest Documentary Film Festivals," by the same publication later the same year, AmDocs is located in the beautiful resort community of Palm Springs, California. Ideally located 90 minutes east of Hollywood, this film mecca boasts a favorable viewing audience and a proven track record of supporting independent films.


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  • 01:31

    Social Issues - Documentary Filmaker -Mary Ann Bruni - Quest For Honor

    in Film

    We welcome you to BTR's featured World of Ink Network. Please join Marsha Cook and Jack Remick on March 24 at 9PM EST 8 PM CST 7 PM MT 6 PM PST when they interview Mary Ann Bruni photographer, journalist, author, pilot,activist,and now director and producer of the documentary Quest For Honor.


    The alarming rise in "honor killing," the heinous act of men killing daughters, sisters and wives who threaten "family honor," endangers tens of thousands of women in Iraq, Turkey, Jordan and adjoining countries. The Women's Media Center of Suleymaniyah, Iraq, has joined forces with Iraq's Kurdish Regional Government (KRG) to end this practice.  Quest for Honor follows Runak Faranj, a former teacher and tireless activist, as she works with local lawmen, journalists and members of the KRG to solve the murder of a widowed young mother, protect the victim of a safe-house shooting, eradicate honor killing and redefine honor.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7CWjkKlVErA - Mary Ann Bruni - 


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  • 01:20

    Documentary Film Director Billy Corben

    in Sports

    The HITS Radio Show's sixth season begins with hosts Randy Cruz and Uncle G Stacks chatting with documentary film director and Florida native Billy Corben to discuss his latest project for ESPN's 30 for 30 series "The U Part 2". The second installment continues from its predecesor back in 2009.


    Twitter: @cruzr83 @unclegstacks @billycorben


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  • 01:09

    Silly, Messy Humans: ¨Slut: A Documentary Film¨ by Emily Lindin

    in Current Events

    Imagine you’re eleven years old and labelled the school ¨slut.¨ Where would you turn? What would you do? Emily Lindin turned to her diary, chronicling each and every damaging event. More than a decade later Emily published these entries online and founded The Unslut Project. Devastated by the suicides of Rehtaeh Parsons, Amanda Todd, and Audrie Pott, Emily sought to provide some perspective to girls – more than a decade after her experiences - who currently feel trapped and ashamed.


    And now, Emily is producing ¨Slut: A Documentary Film.¨ This film will tell the stories of girls who took their own lives because of sexual bullying, and feature the opinions of respected sexologists, psychologists, and media figures to explore how we can all work toward a world where the word "slut" doesn't even make sense as an insult.


    Join us on this special broadcast date to learn more about Emily, her film, and how you can help bring its much needed messages to communities everywhere. 

  • 00:49

    Better Than You - The Patrice O'Neal Documentary

    in Comedy

    Patrice O'Neal's long time love Von Decarlo is in the studio this week to spread the word that THERE IS ONLY 1 DAY LEFT TO HELP SUPPORT A NEW DOCUMENTARY ABOUT PATRICE! Von and the crew talk about their favorite moments with one of the greatest stand up's of all time. Please go to the Indiegogo right now and support this incredible project!
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  • 01:09

    William Brawner From 25 to Life Documentary

    in Radio

    William Brawner is the Founder & Executive Director of Haven Youth Center, Inc., a non-profit organization that provides educational, social, and recreational services to HIV positive youth and young adults located in Philadelphia, PA.

    William has recently released a documentary: “25 to Life” highlighting his diagnosis, life of stigma and discrimination. 

    William has been featured in many magazines, and received awards for his work in advocacy and service.

    William has shared the stage with Earvin “Magic” Johnson in to share his story of triumph, and presented at the Essence Music Festival. He has been the keynote speaker at educational institutions throughout the country, especially Historically Black Colleges & Universities to encourage testing and behavioral changes.
    Above all his accomplishments, 

    William’s greatest accomplishment is that of being a proud husband and father. William strives to build a legacy that his son can follow in one day.

  • 01:18

    South Florida's Rising Seas - Documentary

    in Film

    Discussion about the rising sea levels in South Florida with Co Host: Monica Rosales Executive Director of DocMiami Film Festival


    Juliet Pinto, Ph.D. is an associate professor in the Department of Journalism and Broadcasting in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Florida International University. She has developed classes in environmental journalism and communication, and has taken students to the Galapagos to report on issues pertaining to resource use and management there, as well as scuba dived down 62 feet to watch NASA astronauts train at the underwater Aquarius Reef Base in the Florida Keys. Her award-winning documentary on sea level rise, "South Florida's Rising Seas" aired in January 2014 and was repurposed by PBS NewsHour for their national newscast.


    Kate MacMillin the producer of the award-winning documentary "South Florida's Rising Seas,"  has a B.A. from Boston University and a Master’s Degree in English Literature from Simmons College in Boston. She and three other SJMC colleges won the prestigious 2012-15 Challenge Fund for Innovation in Journalism Education grant to conduct community-engaged journalism about the threats of sea level rise in South Florida. MacMillin co-executive produced the HIV/AIDS documentary “Lessons from South Africa,” and the Web series “The Stigma Stops with Me.” This two-year AIDS initiative culminated in a one-hour special, “Tell Somebody: The New Face of AIDS,” which aired on WPBT, October 15, 2009.


    John Englander, Oceanographer, consultant and sea level rise expert. His broad marine science background and degrees in geology and economics allows him to see the big picture on climate and look ahead to the large-scale financial and societal impacts, particularly as they relate to sea level rise.

  • 01:53

    "(T)error" - Discussion on Newly Released Documentary on Entrapment of Muslims

    in Islam

    Imam Na'eem Abdullah hosts a discussion related to entrapment, informers, terrorism and Muslims. This discussion is based upon a Democracy Now! broadcast which aired on April 20, 2015.


    There is a new documentary called "(T)error" which follows the lives of an FBI informant and his target while the sting was actually taking place. This show is based on that documentary.


    It is our intention to analyze what was presented and draw lessons from it.


    We will broadcast live from Masjid al--Mu'min in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania where we will be showing the Democracy Now! episode while our Nur uz-Zamaan Institute audience will hear the same podcast of the show. The discussion will begin after the viewing/listening of the show, which runs for 59 minutes.


    The video and audio can be accessed here: http://m.democracynow.org/stories/15157


     


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  • 00:16

    Barbara Ann Temple shares lessons from documentary Spiral Bound

    in Lifestyle

     


    DOCUMENTARY FILM PRODUCER GIGI TOCQUIGNY HOSTS.....A POWERFUL NEW FILM THAT BRINGS TOGETHER A GROUP OF CREATIVE HIGH SCHOOL  AND  COLLEGE STUDENTS STRIVING TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE  BY PROMOTING SOCIAL JUSTICE….IS RECEIVING HIGH PRAISE.  THE DOCUMENTARY – ENTITLED “SPIRAL BOUND,” HAS BEEN SELECTED FOR SCREENING AT THIS WEEK’S NEWPORT BEACH FILM FESTIVAL.THE EXECUTIVE PRODUCER AND WRITER OF THE FILM IS BARBARA ANN TEMPLE, WHO’S ALSO THE VICE PRESIDENT OF THE ARTS AND SCIENCE COUNCIL IN CHARLOTTE NORTH CAROLINA. 


    HOW DID THE MAKING OF “SPIRAL BOUND” COME ABOUT?


    ·         WHAT ARE THE MAJOR CONCERNS RAISED BY THE FILM? Main message?


    ·         WHAT DO YOU BELIEVE THE ARTS CAN DO IN THE LIVES OF YOUNG PEOPLE?


    ·         HOW DID THE MAKING OF THE FILM DEMONSTRATE WHAT STUDENTS CAN ACHIEVE?


    The film's intent: the arts can do in the lives of young people, demonstrating the power of the arts!


     The program aims to change the staggering statistics that set the tone for the beginning of the film - 8,300 school dropouts per day and 1.5 million dropouts per year across the country.


    In addition to sharing their personal compelling stories, the students also created the music, lyrics and artwork used in the film - with a  closing song written and performed by them with the lyrics, "I refuse to be spiral bound,"