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Stacey M. is an award winning writer/director and producer of narrative, documentary, broadcast and digital content as well as a social activist and cultural critic who has lectured on a broad range of topics including hiphop, pop culture,media,film,social justice issues,and most notably, the history of Black women filmmakers in cinema. A native of New Orleans, LA, Stacey has worked extensively to document and preserve hip hop culture and address social issues through film and media. Her work includes multimedia projects, music videos, arts and activism and social justice campaigns and award winning films including “I AM SEAN BELL, black boys speak, which made it’s film festival premiere at the PATOIS, New Orleans International Human Rights Film Festival. An official selection to the Media That Matters Film Festival, where it was awarded the “Speaking Out Award”, the film received international acclaim and toured with the HBO/ Media that Matters Film Festival screening for audiences worldwide. Her latest project, For Colored Boys, REDEMPTION starring Rob Morgan, Julito McCullum, Tim Reid and Jacinto Taras Riddick is currently on the festival circuit. The award winning series, Executive Produced by author, journalist and social justice activist, Dr. Marc Lamont Hill is preparing for it’s second season with new cast members Charles Dutton and Adesola Osakalumi. In 2009, Stacey co-founded “Intelligent Seedz” with Artist / Activist, Wise Intelligent. The organization is committed to equipping youth with the necessary tools to tell their stories through documentary film. Stacey's work have been featured in The LA Times, Essence, Ebony, The Root, OkayPlayer, IndieWire, Shadow and Act, Colorlines, ScreenSlate, HuffPost Live and BET Online.
With the amount of films being release every year, it's a wonder how the major studios can get it all done. Well a surprising number of the movies being made today aren't being made or distributed by the major studios at all. Independent films, also known by Indie films, are being produced and distributed at and incredible rate and are part of what's been fueling much of our movie entertainment for a number of years now. So our discussion this episode of A Reel Point Of View stems from these two questions: What is a true Indie Film, and how are Indie Films distributed on a shoe-string budget? To help us answer these questions and other those posed in our conversation, will be our guest from the newly launched film, arts and entertainment magazine "Quiet On The Set".
As a lover of film collaborations amongst very talented folk I felt compelled to share this film project and crowdfunding campaign with you all as shared with me from Christopher Everett, the director of the highly anticipated documentary “Wilmington on Fire” and producer of this film:
A group of multitalented filmmakers from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, USC, and the North Carolina School of the Arts are collaborating to create five (5) super short films called The Perceptions Project.
What happens when a working class youth name Paul life changes after the death of his father? A violent and graphic life is told how a young person deals with torn emotions of life and death. Set in East London, the teen decides to deal with his fears. How would you deal with your fears of life and death? This movie draws the viewer in to what can set someone into a life of crime. Would you feel for the person? Tune in Sunday at 6 pm to find out what can begin a criminal mind
This week I speak on making Indie films, how to get started.
The cameras I used, to program to put it all together and where
to find your actors and locations for your movie.
Why talk to your local police and the city hall, and where to
Most of all the scrip and how to get it going on the right track.
Mexican mover-and-shaker has no less than four major independent movies due out in 2014, including Pure Love with Charlene Amoia, and the supernatural thriller The Vanished.
He currently stars in Autumn Wanderer, available on VOD, which has received widespread praise amongst the film community.
Fir more info on Manny, check out our Blog at http://www.TheSashaMarinaShow.com
Hosted by Producer, Director, and Actor, Sergio Alvarado http://www.deystarr.com/ilimitado.html
Special Guest: Indie Filmmaker, Brooke Carter
Sergio and Brooke discuss independent filmmaking
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Join hosts Jason R. Davis and Anita Nicole Brown as we talk to this weeks guest, award winning filmmaker, Robert Cappelletto.
Cappelletto has won awards for his feature film, "Pickman's Muse" and has now just completed his latest film, "Last Man After the War."
Tonight we will talk with this amazing director as he talks about his inspirations and what drives him to make films.
Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Christopher Hicks (Screenwriter) & Rho Cronebach (Makeup & F/X artist) to the Show.
Screenwriter Christopher Hicks will be discussing his new project the Drama film BLUR and and Makeup & F/X Artist Rho Cronebach will be discussing being the makeup artist for the short film FULLY FUNCTIONAL and rise and revolution of Independent Film.
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Join hosts Jason R. Davis and Anita Nicole Brown as we talk to this weeks guest, young filmmaker, Tavores Johnson.
Tavores Johnson has been working in the industry since the age of 13, creating his own short films while wearing multiple hats in front of and behind the camera.
His recent projects include "True Grace", a story of a FBI agent tracking down a kingpin in Chicago, but discovers bumps in her investigation. The film is slated to be released Summer 2015. Johnson is also the creator of the web series, Big & Slim (2014), a series revolving around two best friends in Chicago that test the limits of the friendships with social adventures.
Johnson also is the President of Puissant Productions, a film production company in Chicago. Puissant Productions is the production company responsible for True Grace as well as Big and Slim, and currently going into pre-production on multiple projects for the year of 2015 including the reinstatement of the series, Madison & State.
Our guest this week is Writer/Producer/Director James O'Brien, an independent filmmaker who often finds himself wearing all three hats at once. James' production company, 3rd Partner Pictures, has multiple projects in the pipeline for this year. He'll be sharing his insights into the logistics of being an indie filmmaker and how he translates his cinematic dreams into reality. James' current film, Western Religion, is in post-production.
Continuing to bring you the worst in Indie-Film Cred and web talk radio... guaranteed!