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Today on "It's My House" we shall discuss how to build Social Capital through film making.
Entertainment is a very good way to educate people or bring awarness about a speicific topic or issue. In making a film one must do reseach and that research requires building "Social Capital" and on occasion this process will allow you to use "Social Finance" to fund your film project.
If you own a business and want to make people aware of what you do, maybe the best way to reach them is by particpating in a film.
This show is about more of stop motion film making but this time I'm going in deth. Using plaster to make your set and old news papers. By now you have found yourself a studio or a spare room you can use as a studio. But remember that you may be in this room up to a year or more working on your film.
Next we going to cover how to set up your stage. http://www.withoutabox.com and sign up this is were you will find the film festivals all over.
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Join us as we discuss the process of film making, what you are missing by only watching domestic films and films of specific genres, and the difference between independent vs big budget films. Special guest will be Director Mike Jacks from M05 Films. Thursday November 5 only on SIRA Media Radio.
Will be discussing his latest film Broken Angels and his up coming projects and the stated of Indie Filmmaking.
Derrick Muhammad will be talking with Hollywood Producer Miles Maker about his amazing real life drama " If We Left"
Film & game composer of “exquisite talent” (Prince of Persia: Forgotten Sands game co-composed with Steve Jablonsky), Penka has worked for 15 years in Los Angeles on titles grossing $15 billion world-wide. Her own music is a blend of her Eastern-European upbringing, classical training, modern film & game music, and influences ranging from rock, electronica, Medieval chant to non-Western music. She has made Hollywood history (first woman Lead Orchestrator on films with budget over $100M - Ender’s Game and Elysium). And just like the great Shirley Walker, Penka is a mentor who has nurtured the careers of many. Notable collaborations: with the celebrity composers Hans Zimmer,, Steve Jablonsky, Neal Acree for Blizzard Entertainment (orchestrator: World of Warcraft, StarCraft II, Diablo III franchises) Penka has composed two concept albums in cinematic orchestral-electronica style, A Warrior’s Odyssey (2012, available from Howlin’ Wolf) and The Woman Astronaut (released on Varése Sarabande in 2015). Penka is on the Advisory Boards for Game Developers Conference (GDC), Sundance Institute, and Mentor for NARAS (Grammy®). As an industry leader and groundbreaking artist, she is a frequent speaker at GDC, Game Sound Con, CalArts, Berklee, Musicians Institute, Duke, Columbia College, Society of Composers and Lyricists and numerous schools, game conferences and events. As a role model and passionate advocate for artists’ growth, advancement of women composers and gender parity, Penka is featured on MPR, film and video game press.You can email your questions to email@example.com or follow us on Twitter @123Film
Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes filmmakers Johnny De La Torre & Rita Okaro to the Show to discus their new psychological thriller Film, the Bird.
The Bird follows the story of a girl dealing with her relationships and coming of age only to find her development interrupted by the curse of an enchanted necklace. Her journey through her life becomes a struggle against a descent into madness as she comes to understand and redeem herself from the strange enchantments that have taken hold of her mind, her psyche, and ultimately her reality.
In Baltimore in 1910, a black Yale law school graduate purchased a home in a previously all-white neighborhood. The Baltimore city government reacted by adopting a residential segregation ordinance, restricting African Americans to designated blocks. Explaining the policy, Baltimore’s mayor proclaimed, “Blacks should be quarantined in isolated slums in order to reduce the incidence of civil disturbance, to prevent the spread of communicable disease into the nearby White neighborhoods, and to protect property values among the White majority.”
Richard Rothstein is a Research Associate of the Economic Policy Institute, a Senior Fellow of the Chief Justice Earl Warren Institute on Law and Social Policy at the University of California (Berkeley) School of Law, a Contributing Editor of The American Prospect, and an occasional contributor.
Join RevKess and Kalisara as we talk once more with Kyrja, the author and creator of the most loveable Pagan rabbit ever, Rupert!
Kyrja's back with another awesome children's book and her wonderful self to tell us what's been going on. Rupert has been busy filling up his schedule. He will be Celebrating Pagan Pride with Jacksonville Pagan Pride Alliance, Walking the Labyrinth at Treasure Coast Pagan Pride Day, and promoting his newest adventure: Rupert Learns about Making Magick (to be published later this year).
Join us every WEDNESDAY AT MIDNIGHT for Trade Martin's fast-paced, one half-hour conservative, political talk show.
We will discuss the most current political news.
I will also take your calls at (347) 838-8898.
Trade Martin: While performing his high-energy night club act, Trade's audience is usually unaware that he has acted opposite prominent television and movie stars Frank Vincent (Soprano's & Goodfellow's), and the well-respected character actor, Vince Pastore in the feature film thriller, "West New York", composed and conducted movie scores, and arranged & produced a Grammy Award winning album by B.B. King.
The famous biographer, James Parton, once referred to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania as "Hell with the lid off", but today the city is vibrant, colorful and celebrated.
The Senator John Heinz History Center traces its roots back to 1879, making it the oldest cultural institution in Western Pennsylvania. The museum and research facility presents over 250 years of Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania life and it’s quest for storytelling is supported by the affiliation with the Smithsonian Institution. On a recent visit to Pittsburgh we sat down with Brady Smith from the History Center, who shared how Western Pennsylvania helped author some of America’s most compelling historical stories.
Pittsburgh was a main destination of the African-American Great Migration and that southern exodushern exodus produced a cultural mecca in the Hill District. The community inspired playwrights, musicians and Hollywood as it was the setting for the television series “Hill Street bBues”. Marimba Milliones from the Hill Community Development Corporation tells us that remnants of the Hill District’s cultural mosaic during it’s hey-days from 1920 to the 1940s, can be seen today in landmarks that once housed synagogues and other places of worship, and in the architecture of some of the historic structures that accent the community.
Built in 1907 along the Monongahela River, Carrie Furnaces 6 and 7 still stand tall and they offer a rare look into early 19th century iron-making technology. Since the collapse of Pittsburgh’s steel industry in the 1980s, the Carrie Furnaces remain the only non-operative blast furnaces in the area.