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"Between Shifts" is a short film that follows Joanne, a lonely diner waitress, as she embarks on a journey one afternoon while on break between her lunch and dinner shifts.
This modern-day fairytale explores the magic that surrounds us in our everyday lives - the extraordinary in the ordinary - if we’re just willing see it!
"Between Shifts" was a semifinalist in the 2014 BlueCat Screenplay Competition: "Poignant, taut and funny, this is a rewarding read, and has the potential to be a film festival audience favorite."
Our guests this episode will be Actress/Writer/Producer Jaime Saginor, Producer Kellie Dantzler, and Director Lysandra Petersson to discuss this film and the magic of every day life.
Check out their Kickstarter campaign here.
Hosted by William Battle
Melancholy is an honest attempt to illustrate the true experience of an individual dealing with a major depressive disorder. It does away with the stereotypes that often plague portrayals of depressed characters in TV and film.
The film focuses on one night in the life of Sara, a typical twenty-something going through a severe depressive episode while trying reach out for any kind of catalyst to pull herself free, searching for help through friends, faith, and medication. Through Sara's eyes we see the despair, hopelessness, and fear that can cripple the life of an individual fighting a major depressive disorder. Sara's boyfriend, Graham, provides the perspective of the outsider. He struggles to find some way to help the woman he loves but can't find a way to break Sara out of her cycle of lethargy and depression. The relationship between Sara and Graham demonstrates a common example of the misunderstanding and disconnect between any couple in which one person is suffering from depression. Melancholy explores this disconnect and provides an emotional insight into the struggles of both Sara and Graham.
Our guest this episode will be Writer/Director Nathan Edwards to talk about this project.
Check out the Kickstarter campaign for this film here.
Hosted by William Battle
"My Transgender Life" is a TLC documentary which will follows the transition journey of several transgender individuals, shatters myths and spreads awareness.
Join us as we speak with our guest Delia Gonzales about her journey.
Check out their Kickstarter campaign here.
Hosted by William Battle
The four last things that relates to Catholic teaching are Death, Judgement, Hell, and Heaven.
Because of the sin of Adam and Eve, the human race became a fallen race. Death entered into existence.
Romans 5:12-14 reminds us, “Therefore as sin came into the world through one man and death through sin, and so death spread to all men because all men sinned–sin indeed was in the world before the law was given, but sin is not counted where there is no law. Yet death reigned from Adam to Moses, even over those whose sins were not like the transgression of Adam, who was a type of the one who was to come.”
To my knowledge, only three people arguably might have bypassed death, Genesis 5:21 states, “Enoch walked with God after the birth of Methuselah three hundred years, and had other sons and daughters. Thus all the days of Enoch were three hundred and sixty-five years. Enoch walked with God; and he was not, for God took him.” It is like God simply took Enoch and so his death was not recorded.
2 Kings 2:11 states of Elijah, “And as they still went on and talked, behold, a chariot of fire and horses of fire separated the two of them. And Elijah went up by a whirlwind into heaven.” In this case, Elijah’s death is not recorded either.
Hebrews chapter eleven is known as the Bible’s “Faith” chapter, Hebrews 11:5 relates to Enoch saying, “By faith Enoch was taken up so that he should not see death; and he was not found, because God had taken him. Now before he was taken he was attested as having pleased God.”
This week's edition of A Kind Voice on Music will feature Zach Parkman, a Washington, DC based singer songwriter with Texas roots who specializes in folk, blues, and alt country. One of the brightest stars of the DC acoustic scene, Zach can have you up on your feet and rocking one moment and crying into your beer the next. In addition to his solo musical ventures, he recently started a band, The Darkest Timeline, with frequent collaborator Juels Bland. We thank Zach for lending his kind voice to this week's program; it's going to be a great one!This week's edition of A Kind Voice on Music will feature Zach Parkman, a Washington, DC based singer songwriter with Texas roots who specializes in folk, blues, and alt country. One of the brightest stars of the DC acoustic scene, Zach can have you up on your feet and rocking one moment and crying into your beer the next. In addition to his solo musical ventures, he recently started a band, The Darkest Timeline, with frequent collaborator Juels Bland. We thank Zach for lending his kind voice to this week's program; it's going to be a great one!
Tune in this Wednesday night at 7 pm EST and meet Shane Patton, Editor and Vice President of Content for the Missouri Sports Redoux. Find out how Shane and the Redoux staff are working toward bringing their online magazine to print. See how they hope their Kickstarter project will help fund this endeavor.
Have questions for Shane about the Missouri Sports Redoux or sports journalism? Join the conversation. Call In lines will be open during the live show at (347) 850-8907. Hosted by Elisia Owens Mumford.
Follow the links below to get more information on the Missouri Sports Redoux and its Kickstarter project:
"A Madam's Heaven and Hell," from Emmy winner P. Frank Williams and award winning director Kourtney Ragland, chronicles the shocking final moments of freedom for former Mormon and Companions Escorts owner Jodi Mattinson just days before she begins her Federal Penitentiary sentence for tax evasion. States Williams, "Jodi Mattinson's life has all the ingredients of a great rags to riches American drama. She survived abuse and became the boss of a very successful business. I want the world to see the real ins and outs of her empire, her role as a den mother to the women and hopefully spark a discussion about how escorts are viewed in the United States and worldwide.” Jodi joins OutTakes to talk about the film and her life experience as the owner of a world-renowned escort service.
A Madam's Heaven and Hell will be released on April 3rd. For more information on this documentary, please visit: www.AMadamsHeavenandHell.com
Follow the movie on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/AMadamsMovie
Like the movie on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/pages/A-Madams-Heaven-and-Hell/205762532905139?fref=photo
This musical showcase shines a spotlight on Glenn Crytzer, based out of New York, NY. He and his wonderful group of musicians have come together to create something new from something old. Reviving musical stylings of the 30's and 40's and breathing life into a forgotten era of classic American music, Glenn Crytzer's Savoy Seven has an all new album on the horizon that is sure to induce some jiving in the vibrant swing dance scene. Check out Uptown Jump, the newest addition to the growing catalogue of timeless music from Crytzer and his virtuoso musicians. Hosted by Tyler Wolf.
Tune in Wednesday night at 7 pm EST and meet Turner Smith and Luke Peter. Hear about "Finding the Trail," the exciting webseries they are working on that shows why the sport of ultramarathoning is so popular in this country. Find out what Luke and Turner strive to learn from the everyday people who dare to do ultra races and why they enjoy doing them on different terrains. Discover how you can help support their Kickstarter project to fund their webseries. Call In lines will be open at (347) 850-8907. Hosted by Elisia Owens Mumford.
Check out the following links for more information on Turner, Luke, and "Finding the Trail" film:
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1015537644/finding-the-trail (Kickstarter website)
http://findingthetrailthefilm.tumblr.com/ (Tumblr site)
https://twitter.com/findthetrail (Youtube site)
Todays show will be dedicated to all those heros who are being judged by few ,
I want to hear the stories that police , fire department , rescue and bring home , the missing ,
Police are hard at work , working triple schedules on low pay , no credits for those who have busted their butts for those who are safe now .
I want to hear your stories , I will give three free half hour readings for those who come and join whispers from heaven today and tell us your stories , lets give the credit to those who are dedicated to their jobs and who love what they do . which give up many hours from their own families and time away for them selves to save the lives of others ....
lets not judge and point our fingers at all ...we can not judge our neighbor for others actions ...
please dont forget to follow and like the show . listen in on archive if you can not listen in ....
Thank you , Lorie Johnson and special guest co host Karen devoy and
special guest Jamie Jones , which is one who has many stories come on and listen in , call in for your questions to him .
I will give one question readings every 20 minutes . so come on bring your friends and share this show . its going to be big!
We will interview Director Carlecia Wright of The Office of Business Opportunity (OBO) in Houston, Texas. We will find out about how the OBO began, it's mission, success stories and get into some of the nuances of the work the OBO does.
Hosted by David Levins