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Hey whats up eveyone. Today we touch back in on the industry. Something we all know that I am very familiar with.
There are cetain things I feel and believe that people that consider being part of this continously growing industry, just really dont have a clear understanding as to what they are getting themselfves into. I mean that from many perspectives.
Today, we will talk about those things and some issues behind it. The understanding and meaning of it all.
Understanding the level of Respect for others and yourself
Knowing your Role
Those are just a few.
So don't miss out on another hot episode.
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On our maiden show we will discuss the film industry and speak to several Zambians who make their living in it. Is it an untapped business opportunity for Zambian investors or would making local documentaries, television shows or movies be another "Mission Impossible?" Join us as we speak to our guest Aubrey Chisenga and hear what makes business sense.
Rez and Andy welcome film producer Thomas Dineen to the show. Dineen has worked on the popular "Z Nation" program, a futuristic Sci Fi series where the U.S. has been devastated by Zombies and their hope for survival rests in one man who has been bitten, survived, and possesses the antibodies to develop an innoculation that could save humanity if they can transport him safely to the labs 3,000 miles away. Dineen has also helped produce the 2015 hit series, The Man In The High Castle, based upon the fictional book that examines what life would have been like in the United States if the allies had not won WWII.
His list of credits also include production of movies such as the highly regarded, A Thousand Years of Prayers, and Lonely Hearts, starring John Travolta, Jared Leto, Salma Hayek and James Gandolfini.
Dineen is passionate about developing a film community with the Spokane Film Project, Reel Spokane, 50 Hour Slam, and Spokane International Film Festival.
Callers are welcome. Call anytime during the show, and you'll be brought in when there's an opportunity or opening. You'll be able to listen to the show while waiting. The number is 909.202.8606.
So with another Oscar season completed, Jason continues his annual tradition of taking stock of where the film industry is today, presenting his State of the Motion Picture address. Okay, it's not as formal as a State of the Union address, but tonight, he will talk about the film industry and where it's been this past year and where it's going, how people are watching movies, and so much more.
This week on All About Wine, we'll discuss news topics related to the industry as well as events happening at the winery. Tune in to the show that is entertaining and informative and dedicated to the wine industry...All About Wine.
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All About Wine is hosted by Ron Hunt, VP and General Manager of Florida Estates Winery in Land O' Lakes, FL. Ron is a vineyardist, cellar master, tasting expert and wine maker.
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Charlotte Bruus Christensen most recently lensed Thomas Vinterberg’s upcoming film FAR FROM THE MADDING CROWD, starring Carey Mulligan. Charlotte’s long standing relationship with the director began when her short films caught his attention. This lead to Charlotte’s first feature film, SUBMARINO, which garnered her a Golden Frog nomination at Camerimage, as well as a Danish Film Academy Robert Award for Best Cinematography. Charlotte maintained her partnership with the director by shooting his next film, THE HUNT, winning her The Vulcan Award at Cannes and the Danish Film Critics’ Award for Best Cinematography. Other recent credits include Anton Corbijn’s LIFE, which just premiered at the Berlin International Film Festival and chronicles the relationship between James Dean (played by Dane DeHaan) and Life Magazine photographer Dennis Stock (played by Robert Pattinson); THE OTHER LIFE, directed by Jonas Elmer; HUNKY DORY, directed by Marc Evans, and Oliver Ussing’s drama MY GOOD ENEMY Charlotte first gained her knowledge in filmmaking in 1999 at The European Film College in Denmark. She was later admitted into the National Film and Television School's cinematography course in 2002. You can email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or follow us on Twitter @123Film
Mitchell’s guest this evening is a young man whose story was one of two told in the film Oil & Water, David Poritz, about the devastation of large swaths of the Ecuadorian Amazon Rainforest, right in the middle of Indian tribal lands inhabited by the indigenous people for generations. The film was featured on Progressive Film Hour on March 3, on which Mitchell interviewed one of the filmmakers, Francine Strickwerda and the other young man whose story was told in the film, Hugo Lucitante.
Both controversial and with impassioned, environmentalist emotions set aside, today’s guest, David Poritz, is creating a novel and really desperately needed protection of indigenously-populated lands through the ranking/rating system of safety and what need to be eco-sensitive practices by the oil industry, just as we have fair-trade certification for coffee, diamonds and other commodities often originating in the highly-exploited “Global South”.
Oil and Water will be the featured film for the matinee showing at the Paradigm Shifts Music and Film Festival on Sunday, March 29 at 3pm. For more information and tickets, go to: http://abetterworld.tv/a-music-and-film-festival-march-19-29/
For my interview with the filmmaker and the other young star of the film, go to: http://abetterworld.tv/oil-water-the-film-round-table-2/
Peter Gregson is a cellist and composer "working at the forefront of the new music scene" (The New Yorker) Recently, he has premiered works by composers including Tod Machover, Daníel Bjarnason, Gabriel Prokofiev, Max Richter, Jóhann Jóhannsson, Steve Reich, and Sally Beamish; he collaborates with many of the world’s leading technologists, including Microsoft Labs, UnitedVisualArtists, Reactify and the MIT Media Lab.His debut solo album, ‘Terminal’, was commissioned by Bowers & Wilkins and launched in April 2010. A limited edition 10′′ vinyl was commissioned by Mute in May 2011, featuring new solo works for Peter written by Max Richter and Jóhann Jóhannsson and was released at the ‘Short Circuit’ Festival at The Roundhouse. In May 2012, Nonclassical released Gabriel Prokofiev’s ‘Cello Multitracks’, a cello suite written for Peter which the two have toured around the world. 'Lights in the Sky', his second studio album, composed for cello, piano, and analogue synthesisers, was released at Imogen Heap's 'Reverb Festival' in August 2014. He recently completed scoring his first feature film, 'A Little Chaos' , directed by Alan Rickman and starring Kate Winslet and Matthias Schoenaerts, which closed the Toronto International Film Festival 2014.You can email your questions to email@example.com or follow us on Twitter @123Film
Powerful and versatile actor, James Wilder has been garnering awards and shining reviews in his new independent film, "3 Holes And a Smoking Gun," in which he portrays a duplicitous, washed-up screenwriter. He was named Best Lead Actor at the Red Dirt International Film Festival, Best Actor at the Winter Film Awards and Independent Spirit Award at the Garden State upcoming Film Festival. The film was also awarded the prestigious Grand Jury Prize at the Red Dirt International Film Festival and Best Screenplay honors at L.A.'s Downtown Film Festival.
James Wilder's indelible portrayals include an ambitious lawyer in the Emmy Award-winning drama "Equal Justice." co-starring Sarah Jessica Parker, and the charming but sleazy drug dealing seducer in the series "Melrose Place." The New York Times said "James Wilder, as Carl Isaacs, is a thoroughly malevolent character, one in whom evil, rather than insanity, prevails," regarding his portrayal of serial killer Carl Isaacs in the acclaimed Miramax film, "Murder One."
The multi-talented Wilder started off as a street performer, who took his juggling three chain saws act from San Francisco to New York and Europe. He performed at the legendary Moulin Rouge in his mother's native Paris at the age of 14. He studied at the famed NY Actors Studio . If that isn't enough, Mr Wilder also designs exclusive leather jackets and jewelry, refurbishes vintage furniture that he finds at auctions and flea markets, collects classic cars and commits to acting projects only when it inspires. “3 Holes And A Smoking Gun” is one such project. and is also a formidable architect and clothing and jewelry designer. It seems there is little this dashing actor cannot do.
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