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The nature of love is one of life’s great mysteries. Scientists have tried, but cannot explain why one person loves another. We know that humans don’t outgrow their need for love or companionship. And what about love in the 65 and older crowd, which is the fastest growing age group in the US. Author Leo Buscaglia, known as Dr. Love said, “Relish love in your old age! Aged love is like aged wine; it becomes more satisfying, more refreshing, more valuable, more appreciated, and more intoxicating!” Social Documentary Filmmaker Steven Loring’s first feature film, The Age of Love, follows the humorous and poignant adventures of thirty seniors in Rochester, NY who sign up for a first-of-its-kind speed dating event exclusively for 70-90-year-olds. From anxious anticipation through the dates that follow, it's an unexpected tale of intrepid seniors who lay their hearts on the line, and discover how dreams and desires change, or don't change, from first love to the far reaches of life. In this film, Loring saw an opportunity to break social and generational barriers by looking at seniors not in terms of singular talents or specific communities, but through shared, human desires. Loring had a question: Do decades of life and loss constrict our hearts, or might time develop them in unexpected ways? By telling a story involving the universal quest for love, he connects these seniors directly to the mainstream through situations to which all can relate. Regardless of age, who doesn’t understand loneliness, desire, or the search for love? The movie’s tagline says it all – It’s never too late to date. After the interview, check After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live for more info.
Steve Hickner has spent over thirty-five years working at some of the most fabled studios in animation; including: DreamWorks, Disney, Amblimation, Aardman, Hanna-Barbera and Filmation. He has worked on both the production and artistic sides of the process, serving as Producer on such films as: American Tail II: Fievel Goes West, We’re Back! A Dinosaur’s Story, and Balto. His director credits include Bee Movie and The Prince of Egypt. In addition, he has contributed to such feature films as Who Framed Roger Rabbit?, The Little Mermaid, The Great Mouse Detective, Madagascar, Shrek Forever After, Peabody and Sherman and Home. His television credits include such favorites as He-Man and the Masters of the Universe and Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids. Most recently, he has contributed to location-based entertainment projects in Singapore, Dubai, China, and London. For Christmas 2014, he was one of the creative leads on DreamPlace; which was placed in shopping malls across the U.S. He has been a guest speaker at many colleges and universities, film festivals and animation He is the author of Animating Your Career, and Animation Rules! The three subjects we will discuss in depth as follows 1) Breaking into the animation field, and what you can do to grow your career. 2) How the animation field has changed since I entered it thirty-five years ago, and how it is changing now. What are the influential animation films and TV shows now. 3) The future of the animation business. You can email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or follow us on Twitter @123Film
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes director and producer Michelle Muldoon to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss her passion for telling stories and what it's been like to see the way audiences have been able to respond. The two will also discuss what is to come.
This week on A Reel Point of View, the crew (Internet Critics Larry Domkowski and Karen D) and I are focusing our attention on two of Robert De Niro's film works "A Bronx Tale" and "The Good Shepherd", where he wears the hat of an actor, producer and director. This triple threat has taken control creatively to put these movies together to entertain us; but did he succeed? Tune in to our show, to see what we think, and it you're game, join us! We'd love to know what your think!
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There have been a ton of speculation and announcements when it comes to the comic book world as it meets television and movies. Let us take a good look at some of these things and try to flip the rumor mill on its side. Video games aren't exempt either just think of this as a reimagining of whe weekly nerd news!
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Host Cyrus Webb welcomes filmmaker and author Gregory P. Wolk to #ConversationsLIVE to discus his love of words and what it's been like to see his words come to life.
Friday, July 31st 1:30pm EDT ~ Tell Me a Story welcomes Lee Markham, a volunteer at Monroe Public Access Cable Television (MPACT) in Monroe, Michigan, who will share his story about his 22 years as a volunteer producer and crew person at the station. He will talk about why he sees public access TV and radio as a vehicle for free speech, and an opportunity for ordinary citizens to gain a voice in the local community, and his personal experiences both in front of and behind the camera. Be sure to visit this link to watch Lee’s long running public access program The Lotus Ginkgo Show https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=132&v=xEWQ3rBHKCE and be sure to friend him on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/lotusg. You may recognize MPACT from the recent appearance of Stephen Colbert as host for the MPACT program Only in Monroe https://youtu.be/rVPlMM_aSn4 (millions of views) Tell Me a Story is a presentation of The Magic Happens Radio Network and you can find us at www.themagichappens.com
Host Paul Booth and Director Chris Furbee examine his Award-Winning Documentary (Special Jury Mention at Slamdance 2014) titled Huntington's Dance. It has also played Newport Beach Film Festival and The Portland Film Festival.
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes filmmaker Simon Pearce to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss his creative journey, projects like WATCH OVER ME and what's to come. Joining Pearce will be actor Oliver Park.
MIKE SALE, ACE (Editor) grew up in Maynard, Massachusetts, a small mill town west of Boston. Mike majored in Radio and Mass Communications while editing as much as he could find time for.In L.A., Mike got his start on the “Wonder Years” as an assistant editor, staying for a little more than a season before continuing onto “L.A. Law.” With the rapid technological advancements of the editing process throughout the last few decades of the 20th century, Mike was able to adapt and move up the ranks ultimately serving as the editor of "Judging Amy." After spending most of his early career working on television, he began working on motion pictures where he became an additional editor. And finally, following a notable run of successful, and funny, films, Mike earned the position of editor. Working on both television and movies during the evolution of film editing, Mike has earned an interesting perspective of the art of editing. Most recently, Mike edited the hit comedy “Get Hard” directed by Etan Cohen; as well as “Tammy,” starring Melissa McCarthy and directed by Ben Falcone; “We’re The Millers,” from director Rawson Marshall Thurber; Todd Phillips’ “The Hangover Part II”; and Paul Feigs’ blockbuster “Bridesmaids.” He previously served as an additional editor on “I Love You, Man,” “Forgetting Sarah Marshall,” “Superbad,” “Undercover Brother” and “Nutty Professor II: The Klumps.”
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