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Rucha Humnabadkar is known for her work with acclaimed Indian filmmaker Nagesh Kukunoor. As Assistant Director and Art Director she was instrumental in delivering indie hits such as Hyderabad Blues, Rockford and Bollywood Calling. Rucha’s directorial debut, short film Arranged Marriage, played at festivals in 2012 prior to being selected for inclusion in the Smithsonian Asian Heritage 2015-2020 traveling exhibit “Beyond Bollywood.” For Here or To Go? is her first feature film.
In addition, Rucha's debut novel Dance of the Fireflies, 2006, based on the lives of India's street children, received critical acclaim. She’s also written and directed three English language plays and won the ‘Young Achiever’s award,’ for contribution to theatre in Pune, India, 1999.
Rucha attended the San Francisco School of Digital Filmmaking and also has a Master's in Design from Carnegie Mellon University. She worked as a user experience designer at eBay and StubHub in Silicon Valley, California. She lives in San Francisco and is very excited to be part of the Bay Area filmmaking community.
Creative mind Steven Stix Josey, the cast of the new realty show, Dream Chasers, joins GD on A Touch of Grace, along with A Different World’s Charnele Brown, who will portray Williams-Bola in the movie The Kelly Williams-Bolar Story. Set your calendars for Thursday, 5/15/2014, at 1:30PM [PST]. To listen to the show click the link,or: ON DAY OF SHOW ONLY: Call in to speak with the host 347-215-7169.
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With Hollywood knocking on her door, Kelley Williams-Bolar will be marking 2014 as the year that her story is finally told in summation.
In 2011, Williams-Bolar was jailed for sending her two daughters to school in a predominately White school district in which her father lived. This year, audiences will be able to get a more in-depth look behind-the-scenes when her story is brought to life with her upcoming book, The Kelly Williams-Bolar Story set for an April 1 release and a movie, directed by Stephen Stix Josey and starring Garrett Morris and A Different World’s Charnele Brown, who will portray Williams-Bolar.
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Best Known for his bold stand against Islamist friendly with the Muslim Brotheroowd yet has ties with the white House. Article is in the World News Daily article :Interfaith Meeting Rocked By Terrorist Accusation. The meeting was rocked by Epstein, and he will explain to BNJ listeners how terrosist sympathizers already have a place in teh White House. He will also talk about Senator Kerry, and the rest of the story of the Swiftboat" story.
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