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    April Showers for Kids: West Beirut

    in Film

    This is an incredible story of coming of age, in April 1975 during a civil war.  Omar makes a Super 8 film.  What do you do when school is closed? This movie does have battles of religion and violence. This is a true drama film that does have family drama and some great chuckles in it to really laugh at ourselves. An excellent coming of age film. How can we forget what happened growing up? Who knew what one can use white underwear for?  Tune in Sundays at 6 pm for Movies to Love: indie films.

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    April Showers for Kids: Angus

    in Film

    Angus is a fat and miserable teenager who has a crush on someone. Haven’t’ well all been there whether in junior high or high school and wanted at least for someone just to accept us? Angus participates in the school dance. Hey, I got stood-up three times! So, who's with me on this one?  Does he get his act together for the class beauty?  So, how should we really handle our true weaknesses? Tune in to find out Sunday at 6 pm for Movies to Love: Indie Films. 

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    Talking Pictures with Somali Rose from Award-Winning Indie films.

    in Film

    Somali is based in Florida and has acted in features, commercials, and has directed short films. Today we will discuss the award winning "Immortal Island", which she also garnered a Best Actress nomination. 

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    April Showers for Kids: Kabuli Kid

    in Film

    At times, this film becomes heart retching. After 25 years of war, a Taxi driver picks up a woman and her young baby, the woman gets out of the cab and the driver drives off not knowing what’s in the back seat of the cab.  The man sets out on a journey to find the mother of the baby. Does this baby change the life of Kaled the cab driver?  Tune in Sunday at 6 pm.  Get some true insight to what you really would do in this or maybe any situation.

  • 00:31

    April Showers for Kids: Little Miss Sunshine

    in Film

    What we won’t do for our kids to see their success at anything to make them happy.  Little Miss Sunshine is a movie that parents will do anything for their kid.  The film won 2 Oscars Haven’t we all been there, even if it’s a children, grandchildren, niece or nephew. When introduce to this film, it really made me smile.  This gives a true sense of what family is all about.  Tune in Sunday at 6 pm and experience the laughs and cries of Little Miss Sunshine. 

  • 00:26

    Genocide In The USA

    in News

    What is killing a large number of American citizens? In 2015, genocide is occuring  within the Unted States of America. How do we understand this in a nation so divided? We must look to the past in order to understand the present.


     Genocide:  |'jen-uh-sahyd| ; a noun  - The deliberate and systemic extermination of a racial group, a political group, a national group or a cultural group. 

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  • 00:31

    March Neurosis: It’s A Revolution- Son of Babylon

    in Film

    Son of Babylon: This is truly one of my favorite and close to my heart. This one is about a willful young boy who follows his grandmother on a journey across Iraq. This movie will put you in the thick of things. Both are trying to discover the fate of the missing son and father. This movie is after post-saddam in Iraq. This movie will cause you to have a heart, it's real to what happen. Well done movie and camera actions, the acting is like no other. Tune in at a new day Sunday at 6 pm for Movies to Love.


    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1415290/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1

  • 00:31

    Transgender Producer and Director Shelbe Chang

    in Entertainment

    The King of DC Media (KODCM), William Powell, welcomes Producer and Director  Shelbe Chang. Chang is a  transgender actress, model, filmmaker and activist who wrote and directed the indie film LGBT Love Stories.


    Shelbe Chang was born in Taipei, Taiwan and came to USA when she was 12. She was raised in Orange County, California. Growing up, Shelbe had a dream to be in the entertainment industry as an actor, director and screen writer. Therefore, she chose to major in Communication Arts - Film/TV & Photography in college.


    During her college years, she did some background and extra work just for fun and gained some experience. She also auditioned for TVB Hong Kong New Talent Singing Contest in 1994. After college, she worked at a Chinese TV Network company as an editor about 2 years and then she pretty much left the entertainment business.


    Until 2012, Shelbe started out modeling/acting and heavily involved with the transgender community. In 2013, she expanded her talent as a contributing writer for Transformation Magazine, creating content for Cinegeoff's blog and started her own independent production company called, Transflix. In 2014, she began her film making career by writing, producing, directing and acting in her first feature indie film called LGBT Love Stories.

  • 00:32

    March Neurosis: It’s A Revolution- Dallas Buyers Club

    in Film

    In 1985 Dallas, Ron Woodroof who works as an electrician, beats the system to help people get the medication they need who have contacted AIDS. This happens, after he is himself diagnosed with the disease. I have to tell you this is neurosis of helping others and you will find out why. This a great movie with awesome talented actors.  if you really are neurosis to helping people, then, tune in to watch and listen to the show Sunday at 6 pm. 

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    Cinema in Noir - The Challenges Facing Women Directors

    in Film

    Hosted by Candice Frederick, Kimberly Renee, and ReBecca Theodore-Vachon, "Cinema in Noir" covers the latest casting news, reviews, and interviews with the best and brightest talent in film. In this edition we discuss the Sundance Insstitute and Women in Film study that  shows that women directors are more likely to helm indie films than major studio films.

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