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Renowned film critics Nell Minow, A.J. Hakari and Mack Bates drop by to discuss the movie release schedule for Fall of 2014. With over 80 films opening between September and the end of the year, moviegoers need all the help they can get in deciding which offerings deserve attention. Because Nell, A.J., and Mack never shy away from expressing candid opinions about everything cinematic, they make a perfect trio for this timely topic.
Nell, the famous Movie Mom, writes film commentary for Beliefnet and is the author of several books about movies including The Movie Mom's Guide to Family Movies, Second Edition. Mack contributes freelance articles to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and serves as a staff blogger for Milwaukee Magazine's official film blog. A.J., the Mad Movie Man, has contributed reviews to a number of sites including ReelTalk Movie Reviews, Review Express, Classic Movie Guide and Terror Tube. He is also the founder of Cineslice, his own popular movie blog. This should be another lively and fun episode for movie fans!
On the latest episode of the BIG show, we've reached the half-way mark for the year in movies and we'll be joined by two film critics, Kevin Sampson (Picture Lock) and Jeffrey Lyles (The Lyles Movie Files) to look at the best and worst films of first six months of 2014. In addition, we'll look at the films that may be contenders this awards season.Plus, we'll have entertainment news and reviews of the big Independence Day releases, Tammy and Earth to Echo all on Episode 254 of Keeping It Reel with FilmGordon.
This week on the BIG show, we discuss the State of Black Film with the host and film critic from the show, Picture Lock, Kevin Sampson. Last week, Sampson's "Letter to Black Filmmakers," ignited a firestorm throughout the industry and we'll discuss the fallout. Plus, we'll have entertainment news and reviews of the latest films, including Transformers: Age of Extinction on Episode 253 of Keeping It Reel with FilmGordon.
Many actresses have been able to combined glamour and an aesthetic look as a way to draw audiences into theaters. Just as many have failed to keep the movie goers attention long enough to hold up the box office. But few have been able to combine beauty, style and sheer acting ability, to become one of the "Silver Screens" finest, like actress Gene Tierney. Join critics Larry Domkowski (Must See Movies), Karen D. (Movie Maven), and me, your host Greg Morgan (Reel Movie Guy), as we discuss this fabulous actress!
In this SURPRISE episode, Emi talks o solo mio about the different stories gracing the headlines this week! He delves in deep Haggis talking about the defeat of the Scottish Independence Movement, the ever-declining persona and image of the NFL, as well as many updates of the Comic Book World, both in Print AND on Film! There MIGHT even be time for a surprise replay of an old interview!
As an actor, some of Traci’s credits in film and television include Cold Case, The Wire, and Lovely Bones Most recently she worked with Terrance Howard and Colin Farrell on Dead Man Down and Silver Linings Playbook with Bradley Cooper and Robert DeNiro (her clip from Silver Linings was even aired during the 2013 Academy Awards).
In 2011/2012, she developed and produced the web-series hit, Morbid Curiosity TV, which she also hosted.
Along with acting, she is an award-winning photographer and explorer. She has captured images from around the world including nature, wildlife and architecture.Whether it be Romania, Australia, Vancouver or Edinburgh, there are few places she has not been. She has published two photo books, Enchanted Britain: A Photographic Journey and The Art of Death: Honoring the Craftsmen, both available on Amazon.
Traci has also been an active participant in many archaeological sites and historic preservation in and around the Philadelphia area for many years. It was through this that she had the opportunity to work in England as a photographer for the Wiltshire Heritage Museum as well.
She attended the New York Institute of Photography as well as studied creative writing and anthropology at Temple University and Montgomery County Community College.
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Join host J.R. Strongg as he finds out from the artist himself,Who is Mikey Jay? Mikey Jay is not your average Celebrity or Public Figure. Mikey Jay is a Native American-Trindadian mainstream recording artist, music producer, actor, clothing line owner, film producer, film financier, civil rights activist, fathers rights activist, philanthropist and community activist from the Southeast Bronx section of New York City. He is the true definition of a mogul. He has risen to become one of the most sought after artist, entertainers, producers and actors In the entertainment industry. His charismatic swagger, handsomely good looks and hilarious sense of humor has propelled Mikey Jay to the forefront of the music, film and television world. Mikey Jay is the true definition of a mogul, humanitarian, entrepreneur, artist, and an all around entertainer. Call in and speak to Mikey Jay
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Celebrating 25 Years of Janet's Rhythm Nation 1814 Album!
Due to its innovative production and lyrical exploration, critics have regarded the album as the pinnacle of Jackson's artistic achievement. It became her second consecutive album to hit number one on the Billboard 200, as well as the top of the charts in Australia and the top ten in Japan, New Zealand and the UK. Certified sixfold platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), it has sold over fourteen million copies worldwide. It has been named by Rolling Stone magazine as one of The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time and is listed in the Quintessence Editions Ltd. reference book 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die.
Its seven commercial singles all peaked within the top five on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming the first album to achieve that feat. Jackson received nine Grammy Award nominations, winning Best Music Video, Long Form for "Rhythm Nation" in 1990. Music videos for the singles, which displayed a mix of Broadway-style choreography and militant imagery gained heavy rotation on MTV; Jackson was presented with the MTV Video Vanguard Award in 1990 for significant contribution to the art form. The supporting Rhythm Nation World Tour became the world's most successful debut concert tour by a recording artist. It proved her to be a consummate performer rather than a studio-only phenomenon, as well as a fashion icon among young women.
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Alan Kent Gorg and his wife Gwyn made the film TECHQUA IKACHI (Land and Life). Alan has produced a new film "Prophecy and Pollution."
In 1969 Hopi elders in Hotevilla in northern Arizona were protesting against mining and oil drilling on their reservation. Their ancient prophecy foretold disaster, and they asked for a film.
I was on their side in resisting exploitation and pollution of their land but thought their prophecy of widespread disaster to be a desperate tactic and wild exaggeration. That was before anyone had heard of carbon or global warming. Now, forty years later, I have seen that prophecy coming true, and verified by the leading scientists of the world, and I see that I have been acting as a channel to spread that prophecy.
But the film, like the elders themselves, has been crying in the wind. People and politicians give lip service but seek alternative energy sources so we can all keep on doing what we have been doing, just minus the carbon. The Hopi prophecy says that will not work, that only a simpler life will save civilization, but consumer capitalism says no. The catastrophe is still on track because the worst will not fall on us, but on a future generation, as the change demanded is too much.
Pity our grandchildren!!!
This is the show introduction to what Fanboys Film Talk is about. Host Mr. Green talks a bit over taking that first step to creating your art and just how hard it is to get yourself motivated to get started.
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William Dillinger is a Director,Producer, entrepreneur and occasional actor who has produced international and domestic films in the reality based genre of adult films. In 2012 he opened his film production studio in the San Fernando valley and another in Las Vegas which is used for many top adult film productions. He has worked with and been mentored by some of the most prestigious veterans of the industry such as Director/actor hall of famer Barret Blade and the legendary Seymore Butts to name a few. And also films and produces content for some of the hottest up and coming new stars in the industry.
Television, a medium of communication. Television was not invented by a single inventor, instead many people working together and alone over the years, contributed to the evolution of television.
The 'first' generation of television sets were not entirely electronic. The display (TV screen) had a small motor with a spinning disc and a neon lamp, which worked together to give a blurry reddish-orange picture about half the size of a business card! The period before 1935 is called the "Mechanical Television Era". This type of television is not compatible with today's fully-electronic television system.
Join Young Media Critics host Juanita Richburg Seon and her young associate Erika Shoemaker as they explore the medium "Television" on this week's "I'll Have a Medium, Please - Television!
Tuesday, September 16, 2014 at 5 p.m.
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