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Cindy Mollo began her career in New York editing the critically acclaimed dramas “Homicide: Life on the Street,” and “Oz” for producers Barry Levinson and Tom Fontana. She was nominated for an American Cinema Editors Eddie Award for her work on an episode of “Homicide” directed by Levinson. She edited the HBO films “Boycott,” “Point of Origin” and “Path to Paradise,” and received an Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Editing on “Dash and Lily,” a film for A&E directed by Kathy Bates. Mollo’s feature career includes a long collaboration with Allen Hughes. BROKEN CITY starring Russell Crowe and Mark Wahlberg marked her fourth project with Allen. Previously she worked with The Hughes Brothers on the feature THE BOOK OF ELI. Other feature credits include PANIC, THE SENTINEL, TEXAS KILLING FIELDS and THE BREAKUP GIRL. Mollo’s television work includes the award winning AMC series “Mad Men,” for which she received her second Emmy Award nomination.. She recently edited the independent John Sayles pilot “Dr. Del” starring John Hawkes and Chloë Sevigny. She just wrapped work on the fourth season of the acclaimed Netflix series “House of Cards” for which she’s been nominated for two Hollywood Post Alliance Awards. We will be discussing communication during the entire filmmaking process: important conversations to have with your director during prep and production; communication with the sound, music and VFX departments during dailies; and working with the sound department, music editor and the composer during the mix. You can email your questions to 123FilmEasy@Gmail.com
This week we welcome back the talented Emmy Award Winning Producer/Screenwriter/Author Brooks Wachtel! Brooks is a such a talented man, he and his partner, Cynthia Harrison has done many amazing documentaries including ; "Silver Tsunami" winner of the; Audience Award Winner at the Awareness Film Festival in Santa Monica! They also produced "Dogfights", a fasinating series on flying aces during WW!. Brooks won his Emmy for "Tutenstein" an animated show about; 12-year-old Cleo's knowledge of Ancient Egypt is turned on its head when a bolt of lightning awakens the mummified body of child Pharaoh Tut-ankh-en-set-amun on display in a local museum.
He is about to launch his first novel; "Lady Sherlock", he teaches film making at my favorite school; UCLA and he is a one of the top ten winners of The Chatty! A new award I created for my show. He is also a talented magician and a Magician member of the Magic Castle.
Please join us for our chat with the fun, talented, witty and always lovable artist!
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Hi listeners and welcome to another edition of Weekdays with Murph. Well, it's that time again...yes, the Daytime Emmy prenominations came out this week, so, naturally, we had to discuss them. As usual, I'm here with my co-host/bane of my existence, Emily, and we're here to discuss the prenoms, who we think should've been on the list, and who we think will come out of the list as nominees. Let's do this thing, y'all!
Joe Beshenkovsky is an editor of numerous television programs and documentary films. He's been nominated for three Emmy awards, most recently for "Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck," and won for his work on Showtime's "This American Life." "Montage of Heck" also received an IDA award for Best Edited Documentary Feature. Some of his other projects include: "It's Me, Hilary" for HBO, executive produced by Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner, "Knock, Knock: It's Tig," a comedy special with Tig Notaro, "Another Day, Another Time" with producers Joel and Ethan Coen, the documentary features "Teenage" from director Matt Wolf and "Objectified" for director Gary Hustwit, and the previously mentioned "This American Life." You can email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or follow us on Twitter @123Film.
Janette Barber, 6-time Emmy winner, returns to Rated G Radio to spill the beans on what's happening in her world! Currently hosting the wildly popular weekly podcast, "Completely Uninformed With Janette & Pete" - Janette's hour long simply is not enough! We need more Janette - and tonight we're going to hear it all!
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Described as “Tarot Master” by the Huffington Post, Brad Kronen has been using his talent as a professional astrologer and Tarot reader for the last 25 years. A classically trained opera singer, Brad originally studied psychology, earning a Bachelor’s Degree at Fairfield University in CT. Currently based in Los Angeles, Brad assists a large clientele, some of whom are celebrities and/or business executives. He has performed his Tarot skills at such events as The Academy Award Gifting Suites and The Emmy Award Gifting Suites.
In February of 2007, Brad made his debut on national television and was the first Astrologer to appear on reality TV when he guest starred on the hit show “The Real Housewives of Orange County” on the Bravo Network. Brad made his Canadian television debut when he displayed his Tarot skills on the reality TV series, “Reality Obsessed” on the TV Tropolis network in January of 2010.
Brad Kronen’s guide to Astrology and Relationships in the 21st century published by LLewellyn Worldwide entitled “Love In the Stars" is available at your local book seller as well as online at amazon.com.
His website is www.bradkronen.com.
Tracy Newman started playing guitar at 14 with dreams of becoming a folk singer. In the early 70s, she joined an improvisation class taught by Gary Austin, which became The Groundlings. Tracy is a founding member, and besides being in the show, she began teaching and directing there. Her sister, Laraine Newman was the first Groundling to be discovered there by Lorne Michaels for Saturday Night Live.
It was at the Groundlings that Tracy met her future TV writing partner, Jonathan Stark. They started on Cheers, and worked on many shows, including Bob (Bob Newhart), The Nanny, Ellen, The Drew Carey Show and Hiller and Diller (Richard Lewis and Kevin Nealon.)
In 1997, they won the Emmy and the prestigious Peabody Award for writing the ground-breaking -coming out- episode of Ellen. In 2001, they created the ABC comedy, According to Jim, which recently completed it’s eighth and final season of production.
Tracy has been writing songs all along and is once again performing full-time. She has three CDs: “A Place in the Sun,” “I Just See You” and “I Can Swing Forever,” (which is for children).
Because I have a young son it is MY responsibility to educate him...not just the schools.We focus a lot on the past and people that DID things to move our culture and society forward. How come we never talk about the people that are LIVING Black History on a daily basis? It is of no small coincidence that we are going to watch an emmy award winning violinist this evening...he is Black. Violin isnt exactly synonymous with Black men. We dont speak much about Misty Copeland..the famed ballerina, who was told at a young age that she was too "muscular" to be a ballerina she is also Black. We dont speak about several people I see in society making a change and a difference in the communities thru art, music, dance,literary, journalism or many other areas. I would like to acknowledge them today.
Tonights show will be a brief one. Im here to see Emmy award winner Damien Escobar play his violin tomorrow. But for now us 716 gals are going to have a bite to eat at New Yorks newest hotspot VANDAL.I am sure its going to be all they hashtag it up to be. Im excited to see my bud Kboogy and catch up on our usual ratchet behavior. Please know we have our red cups full of malbec bahaaaaaaaa
The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview Jon Seda Star of NBC's Chicago P.D.
Jon Seda stars as honest detective Antonio Dawson in the Chicago P.D. Intelligence Unit in the NBC drama “Chicago P.D.”
Seda, a New Jersey native and amateur boxer, hung up his gloves in 1992 when he made his screen debut as a fighter in “Gladiator.” Throughout the ’90s, Seda’s star rose through various film and television projects, but audiences really fell in love with him when he played the love interest of Jennifer Lopez in the biopic "Selena." In 1995, Seda was nominated for Best Male Lead at the Spirit Awards for his role in the film “I Like It Like That” opposite Rita Moreno. His other film credits include "Carlito's Way," "Twelve Monkeys" and the 1996 critically-acclaimed film "The Sunchaser" opposite Woody Harrelson which he was nominated for the Cannes Film Festival’s esteemed Palme d'Or (Best Actor Award).
In 2010, Seda appeared in the Emmy Award-winning HBO World War II miniseries "The Pacific," starring as legendary U.S. Marine Jon Basilone. He later joined the cast of the acclaimed HBO series "Treme" as a series regular.
His television credits include roles on "Homicide: Life on the Street," "Ghost Whisperer" and "Oz." Seda has also guest-starred on "Hawaii Five-0," "The Closer," "Burn Notice," "House," "CSI: Miami," "NYPD Blue," "Las Vegas" and "Law & Order," among many others.
The SportsMike is Proud to announce my affiliation as the Vice President of International Media & Public Relations for EIBA.
The Elite International Basketball Association. The only International Basketball League. Meet the President of Basketball Operations, David Swisher. The Commissioner; Marcus Fizer. The Deputy Commissioner, Andre Anderson. The Vice President of Basketball Operations, Tyler Greene. The Director of Human Resources, Derek Anderson. The President of International Basketball Operations, Errol Anthony.
Our second hour will feature Co-Host Eric Geller. He's an Emmy winning Broadcaster, web reporter for The Clipper's Radio Network, The Beast 980 AM in Los Angeles.We'll discuss the NBA, Blake Griffin, Super Bowl, The Rams Back in Los Angeles, Pat Hayden leaving USC and other SPORTS topics.4:30 -6:30 PM PST 1-760-454-7012
Mathilde Bonnefoy (born 11 March 1972) is a film editor and director who was nominated for an ACE Eddie Award for the editing of the film Run Lola Run (1998) and won the award for editing the documentary Citizenfour (2014). She and her husband Dirk Wilutzky additionally served as producers of Citizenfour with its director Laura Poitras, and the three received the 2014 Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.Since Run Lola Run, Bonnefoy has edited several more films with Tykwer and with the director Wim Wenders. Her editing of Tykwer's film Three (2010) won her a second Deutscher Filmpreis. In recent years she has also directed and edited films for German television.Bonnefoy is credited as both the editor and as a producer for the 2014 documentary Citizenfour that was directed by Laura Poitras. She earned Cinema Eye Honors for outstanding achievement in editing and the ACE Eddie Award for best edited documentary feature.She shared Citizenfour's Best Documentary Oscar with her fellow producers Laura Poitras and Dirk Wilutzky and was nominated for a third Deutscher Filmpreis for Best Editing for that film.
In June 2015, Bonnefoy was announced as one of the 322 invitees to become a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences that year. She was invited by both the Documentary branch, for her work on Citizenfour and Invisibles; and by the Film Editing branch, for her work on Citizenfour and Run Lola Run. You can email your questions to email@example.com or follow us on Twitter @123Film
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