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Our guest, Morrie Warshawski, is a consultant, facilitator, and writer who has spent 30 years specializing in the nonprofit sector. We are discussing his book, SHAKING THE MONEY TREE: The Art of Getting Grants and Donations for Film and Video Projects - 3rd Edition. Our focus is on raising money for documentaries. For more information about Morrie visit his website at http://www.warshawski.com/
For more information about Carole Dean and From the Heart Productions please visit http://fromtheheartproductions.com/
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SnowbizNow Producer/Host Nicholas Snow previews this week's AmDocs 2014 American Documentary Film Festival opening Thursday, March 27th, in Palm Springs, California.
Named "One of the World's Top 25 Film Festivals Worth the Entry Fee," by MovieMaker magazine in 2013, and then "One of the World's Five Coolest Documentary Film Festivals," by the same publication later that 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.
Follow Nicholas Snow at SnowbizNow.com, and discover his riveting new living-powerfully-with-HIV memoir, Life Positive: A Journey to the Center of My Heart, at LifePostiveBook.com.
Our guest, Producer/Director Beth Harrington, discusses funding her most recent masterpiece, “The Winding Stream,” the story of the Carter Cash families, and Beth has the last interview with the one and only Johnny Cash.
For info about Carole Dean and From the Heart Productions visit http://fromtheheartproductions.com/
NWP welcomes writer, producer and director Brian Nunes.
His award winning film "Find Your Way" is a discussion of how we define success - both culturally and personally. It examines the way we create value based on context and challenges audiences to think deeper about how they consume culture. http://www.worldtreefilms.com/wtfilms/desktop.htm
Born and raised in Houston, TX, Brian spent his young professional years in Information Technology - something he was good at but eventually got bored with. Living in Austin after college, he could no longer stand his network management job and sold everything to travel the country busking and pondering life.
In Seattle, Brian began producing film and television, utilizing a film studies background from the University of California, Santa Barbara and a natural ability for storytelling. After discovering a colorful street culture, he started documenting buskers at the Pike Place Market and eventually finished a 97 minute feature documentary on the subject.
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There's no question that Steve Nash is probably on the short list for many people as one of the most popular and important Canadian sports figures of all time. This two time NBA MVP has been described as one of the most unique athletes in the world and his new movie "NASH - The Documentary" gives an up close and inside look into the individual. I had an opportunity to sit with Michael Hamilton who produced and directed the film to obtain further insights into the making of "NASH - The Documentary"
SnowbizNow previews the American Documentary Film Festival taking place April 4-8, 2013, at the Camelot Theatres in Palm Springs, California. AmDoc aims to be the largest documentary film festival and market on the West Coast, promoting a world of film as seen through the eyes of the filmmaker, of whomever or whatever their subject matter may be, to educate and entertain the film goer.
Producer/Host Nicholas Snow is gay, but he features topics and guests of interest to people from all walks of life worldwide, creating a Snowstorm of global proportion.
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Where would you go to find almost every kind of paranormal phenomena you could think of in one place? The Bridgewater Triangle is a 200 square mile area of Massachusetts where there have been an unusually high volume of reports involving strange happenings, baffling mysteries and sinister deeds. From ghostly hauntings and cryptic animal sightings, to UFO encounters and evidence of satanic ritual sacrifice, the Bridgewater Triangle serves as one of the world’s most diverse hotspots for paranormal activity.
Aaron Cadieux is an award-winning documentary filmmaker from Dartmouth, Massachusetts.
Manny Famolare is a lifelong Bridgewater Triangle area resident. Together these two men have co-directed the first-ever feature-length documentary on the subject called The Bridgewater Triangle.
They will be joining us next Friday night to talk about their amazing film and to delve into the strange occurrences happening in this active location. Prepare to explore the Bridgewater Triangle with us.
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The guest host this week is Logan Butler-Henderson discussing the documentary film, American Promise which highlights the challenges and triumphs of African-American male youth in private schools
Our guest, Morrie Warshawski, works with nonprofits and filmmakers having difficulty realizing their full potential. He helps them create roadmaps to a better future through strategic planning. His work is characterized by a commitment to the core values of creativity, thoughtfulness, transparency, and tolerance. Warshawski has worked in the field for over thirty years as an administrator, consultant, facilitator, teacher and writer. He was the Executive Director of two media arts centers (Bay Area Video Coalition and The Media Project). He has served on numerous grant panels, was recently a judge for the International Documentary Compettion at DocAviv in Tel Aviv, and has consulted with dozens of independent filmmakers on career and fundraising issues. Warshawski is the author of many articles, and of two books on fundraising, Shaking The Money Tree: The Art of Getting Grants And Donations For Film And Video- 3rd Edition (Wiese Books, LA), and The Fundraising Houseparty: How to Party With a Purpose and Raise Money for Your Cause -2nd Edition. You can find him in cyberspace at www.warshawski.com.
Our Host: Svetlana Kim, Speaker, Author of White Pearl and I: A Memoir of a Political Refugee, a columnist for ALIST magazine and PERREAULT Global Digital magazine; Hypnotherapist, consultant, and Community Advocate.
Svetlana is a host of the Radio Show called "To The Stars Through Adversity." http://www.blogtalkradio.com/svetlanakim. http://www.svetlanakim.com
Our Guests: Both Los Angeles natives, Sara Landas and Holli Rae had big dreams from the start. Sara discovered her love for storytelling at age 7 when her parents brought home their first camcorder. Her desire to dissolve the wall that separates the subject from the audience has been the fuel for her ten year career as an editor in the film industry. Holli is a multi-media artist and designer who strives to evoke emotion and empowerment through her work. A natural born communicator, her open heart and curiosity for adventure inspire her to perpetually seek creative ways to bridge the gaps that separate us from one another. Mixing art and activism, Holli and Sara maintain an honesty in their work. By constantly exploring what it means to be truly vulnerable, their collaborations are an insight into the limitless potential that exists when you follow your heart. Websites www.thegoddessproject.com
Ethan Saylor died in police custody on January 12, 2013 in Frederick, Maryland as he was being arrested for trespassing in a movie theater because he wanted to see a second showing of "Zero Dark Thirty.". Ed Rhodes has been working diligently for months trying to "piece together the story of Ethan’s death and what needs change in order to help prevent another tragedy." The Road We've Shared is dedicated to Ethan Saylor's memory and legacy. Join us as we catch up with the documentary film's director and find out where he is in the production process and what he's learned so far.
For more information about The Road We've Shared and how you can help us grow please visit our Fundrazr page.
ENVISION THIS: A future without the threat of toxic chemicals in our daily lives
“Unacceptable Levels” examines the unseen threat of toxic chemicals in our daily lives through the eyes of filmmaker Ed Brown, a father seeking to understand the world in which he and his wife are raising their children. Anchored in Brown’s own poignant experiences, the film follows his quest to uncover the impact of toxins on his family’s health.
To create this debut documentary, Brown traveled extensively to interview top minds in the fields of science, industry, government, law and environmental advocacy. Compiling their testimonies into a provocative narrative, he chronicles the history of industrial chemicals—from the chemical revolution of the 1940s through the shocking prevalence of unregulated chemicals in our everyday lives. The film seeks to impart greater understanding about the compounding effects of chemicals on our health; engage questioning around the potential human and environmental risks; and ultimately inspire people to take action.
Ed Brown shares what he has learned, his insights, and his vision, mission and passion with us on Envision This!
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