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Film Director and National Best Selling Author Willie Speight will be on MnTc Radio giving an in depth interview on his latest book projects and some insight on his plans coming up this year. This will be a special show. So make sure to call in at 718-508-9559 to speak to him live on air. Mr. Music will be the host. Mr. Music will be answering questions from the listener online chatroom as well.
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes film director and Executive Producer of Eye on Fitness Michael Preece to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss his legendary journey and what's to come.
Join us on Your15Minutes Radio as we speak with film director Sonja Stelly. Follow the conversation @your15minradio
The Coach's Corner 8pm-10pm PST Monday, Wednesday, Thursday.
It's the home of Indie Hip Hop, Brand New Music, Live Interviews, Hip Hop News and More! Tonight's Special Guest: Film Director/ Music Artist D-Shot Danell Stevens, discussing his new movie titled
"What Are The Chance's" With Host: Coach Ali
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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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The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview William Dickerson.
William Dickerson is a writer and director whose debut feature film, "Detour," was hailed as an “underground hit” by The Village Voice, an “emotional and psychological roller-coaster ride” by The Examiner, and nothing short of “authentic” by The New York Times. He self-released his metafictional satire, "The Mirror," which opened YoFi Fest’s inaugural film festival in 2013 and he alsoe recently completed his third feature film, "Don’t Look Back," for MarVista Entertainment. His award-winning work has been recognized by film festivals across the country. His first book, "No Alternative," was declared, “a sympathetic coming-of-age story deeply embedded in ‘90s music” by Kirkus Reviews. He currently serves on AFI’s Alumni Executive Board and is a Faculty Member at the New York Film Academy.
Based on his challenges while making his debut “microbudget” film, Detour, Dickerson walks the reader through every aspect of making a film in Hollywood. From style direction to financial obstacles, it’s a detailed guide of the experiences of up and coming filmmakers in Los Angeles.
Kirkus Reviews said Detour: Hollywood is “A breezy guide that takes readers inside the sometimes-hair-raising world of do-it-yourself filmmaking, capturing its many frustrations and challenges.”
Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Director Al Harland
Al Harland www.imdb.com/title/tt3689528
Tonight, Al Harland will be telling us about UberZombieFrau, his current Feature Film.
Tonight's episode is sponsored by Garnet Films
We will be welcoming Charlie Birnbaum into the High Noon in Lake Worth studios. Charlie is the film director and Stonzek Theatre manager for the Lake Worth Playhouse. He will be sharing information on the Stonzek Theatre itself, as well as information on upcoming films and performances in Lake Worth's own "black box" theater. You can check out some of the recent and upcoming attractions there by clicking here.
Madam Coach sits down with film Director, Laine Causey, to talk about the synchronicity of their first meeting, how their Spiritual paths have crossed and how Madam Coach has supported and guided Laine to elevate to a higher Divine appointment, including the story behind how Laine was instrumental in Madam Coach's beginning her radio show.
Laughter comes to The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, Wednesday October 15, 3 pm ET when Halli brings you two of the funniest people on the planet. Joining Halli is esteemed director and author John Waters and Seinfeld writer and author Peter Mehlman.
John Waters is an American filmmaker, actor, writer and visual artist best known for his cult films, including Hairspray, Pink Flamingos, and Cecil B. DeMented. He is also the author of ROLE MODELS, CRACKPOT and SHOCK VALUE. His new book CARSICK tells the hilarious story of America’s most beloved eccentric’s mid-life crisis journey: a cross-country hitchhiking journey.
Peter Mehlman began his career at the Washington Post. He slid to television in 1982, writing for SportsBeat with Howard Cossell. He has written for numerous national publications, including The New York Times Magazine, GQ, Esquire, and a multitude of women’s magazines. One year after moving to Los Angeles he ran into Seinfeld writer and producer Larry David, which led to Mehlman’s writing the first freelance episode of the popular TV Show, rose to executive producer and coined such phrases as “yada yada” and “double dipping.” His new novel IT WON’T ALWAYS BE THIS GREAT is a brilliantly funny story of the mid-life crisis of a Long Island podiatrist that begins on a sub-zero, wind-chilled Friday night when the podiatrist crosses paths with a bottle of horseradish.
We could all do with a dose of laughter. Laugh yourselves silly, Wednesday, October 15, 3 pm ET on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show when Halli talks with John Waters and Peter Mehlman. We are Talk Radio for Fine Minds and Lovers of Humor. Tune in live online at Halli Casser-Jayne dot com.
Acclaimed film director Peter Spencer (HEROES OF THE TITANIC, NAVAJO CODE TALKERS), is the director of this acclaimed indie film, which stars John Rhys-Davis,Craig Robert Young David Thomas Jenkins and Rachel Spencer Hewitt
Return to the Hiding Place world premiered in festivals in 2013 and has received many accolades and recognition since its initial debut. Winning a total of eighteen prizes and recognitions across the United States including three at the 2013 Bel-Air Film Festival for, “Best Jury Feature Film Directing,” “Best Jury Feature Film Cinematography,” and, “Best Jury Feature Film Award.”
Return to the Hiding Place will be screened at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival.
David Bradburn grew up outside of Chicago in Elgin, Illinois. Here, he shot his first film during high school: a compilation of shorts and mock commercials that he hoped would be funny enough to make it to America’s Funniest Home Videos.
25 years later, Bradburn has honed his craft and finds himself wearing the many different hats of the independent movie maker to see a project from script to screen. Serving as lead producer of the Von Steuben High School Film Festival for six years, Bradburn navigated the process of obtaining grants to bring filmmaking opportunities to Chicago high school students.
Bradburn’s films include “Home”, “The Night Before The Morning After”, “Superhero Me”, a finalist in the 2012 Beverly Hills Film Fest Writing Competition, My Brother’s Other Mother – a documentary chronicling his younger brother’s search for his birth mother in the Dominican Republic, and the soon to be finished “Sisters” which was written by Northwestern University’s Film Department Chair, Dave Tolchinsky. Bradburn’s successful launch into Chicago’s independent film community most recently landed him assignments with Kenmore and FOX.
Bradburn holds a BA from Wheaton College, and an M. Ed from UIC, and hasn’t given up on his American Funniest Home Video dreams.
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