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It's Movie Monday on the Brian The Hammer Show as we salute the Legend of Indie Films, Best Actress Oscar Nominee, Golden Globe Winner and Veteran of 150 Films:
-Sally Kirkland, Film, TV and Theater Veteran since the 1960's and is best known for the film "Anna" for which she garnered a Best Actress Oscar Nomination and won the Best Actress Golden Globe, Independent Spirit Award and the LA Film Critic's Circle Award. Sally's first Director was Andy Warhol in 13 Most Beautiful Women. Films include: The Sting, The Way We Were, Coming Apart, Cold Feet, Best of the Best, Revenge, JFK, ED TV, Bruce Almighty and Coffee Date. Sally was in numerous TV Movies.
Television Credits: Criminal Minds and had recurring roles as Tracy on Days Of Our Lives, Head Case, The Simple Life, Felicity, Wasteland, Valley of the Dolls, Hawaii Five-O, Police Story, Murder She Wrote & played Barbara Healy on Roseanne.
Sally just finished a Film called Buddy Hutchins starring along with Jamie Kennedy and Suburban Gothic starring with Matthew Gubler (Criminal Minds), John Waters, McKenzie Phillips & Ray Wise. Sally also starred in a film called Posie which deals with Alzheimers and won 9 awards for her role in 49 film festivals. A Theatrical release of Broken Roads and Archeology Of A Woman, a psychological thriller.
A few of Sally's favorite Co-Stars: Barbara Streisand, Robert Redford, Jim Carrey, Jeff Bridges, Matthew McConaughey & Kevin Costner.
Sally is an "Exhiited Painter, Poet, Renowned Acting Coach and Ordained Minister at a non denominational Church called the Church of Movement of Spiritual Inner Awareness.
Joining us to salute Sally today will also be Actors Chris Berry, Bill Oberst Jr, Kyle Hester, Nick Goroff & Tamarah Murley
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Tracey Birdsall (born July 6, 1963) is an American actress. Birdsall has appeared in several TV series, TV movies and films. She co-wrote, produced, and starred in the movie short Tick Tock, which has won many top awards at movie festivals.
Tracey Birdsall was born in Van Nuys, California. and grew up in Burbank, California.
She started performing as a young girl, on stage and in front of the camera. She recalls "My mother drove me to the Gary Dance Studio for lessons constantly as far back as I can remember. She would sew my costumes, drive me to rehearsals, and support me in my shows. It was in my blood, and my fondest childhood memories were on stage."
As a teenager, she sang in choirs at local churches. After appearing in a Sunkist Soda commercial, she appeared in several other TV commercials while she attended acting classes and went to auditions. She appeared in the soap opera Loving, hosted Million Dollar Showcase of Homes and was a special news reported for CNBC.
Her latest movie Dawn of the Crescent Moon won many awards at the recent Action on Film Festival.
Fresh off the release of the deluxe version of his new self-titled album, two-time GRAMMY® award-winner Timothy Bloom is excited about the future. Recently named a VH-1 Soul “You Oughta Know Artist,” Timothy Bloom is on the move. Forged from a childhood of diverse experiences, powered by a kaleidoscope of musical influences, Timothy’s music defies category and refuses to be put in a box. But my music is ultimately a fusion of many influences. I could never see myself doing one type of music. When anyone asks me who I’d like to work or tour with, I answer everybody.”He started early. Timothy was introduced to various cultures and lifestyles as his father’s service as an army chaplain took the family to such varied locales as Germany, Alaska and Oklahoma. His parents, both pastors, only allowed their five children to listen to gospel music. One day Timothy “ran away”, meaning he spirited away the keys, and snuck out to the car to turn on the radio. The first song that came on was Bob Dylan’s “Lay, Lady, Lay.” Seven year-old Timothy was amazed, and inspired. Timothy’s refreshing voice and sound reflect the multiple influences of his musical heroes and his varied upbringing. He attributes his unique blend to the styles he heard growing up. His favorite singers were the likes of Stevie Wonder, Donny Hathaway, Johnny Mathis, Frank Sinatra, Jeff Buckley because “those type of cats had tone and texture.” Timothy’s tone and texture caught the eye of skilled musicians early on. He began his career as a songwriter and producer writing for the incomparable Smokey Robinson (“My World”, “Fallin in Love”). Timothy then moved on to writing and producing GRAMMY® award-winning songs for both Ne-Yo (“Say it” on Because of You) and Chris Brown (“All Back” on F.A.M.E).
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Author Goran Ghafour joins me this week to talk about his book: The Statues, a socio-political work of fiction.
This is the story of a man named Pola – a man whose symbolic name is “statue of movement.” In 2022, years following the Arab Spring, which rocked the roots of dictators of the Middle East and North Africa, Pola makes plans for a revolution that will challenge the politically and ethically bankrupt systems. During his journey, Pola will be threatened, challenged, and captured. Despite these obstacles, he still strives toward his dream of making his home a better place as he struggles to lead his followers toward a revolution that will change the face of the known world. A story of politics and corruption, faith and vice, love and loss, Statues provides a look into the unseen, unheard, and untouched stories of the everyday reality of the Middle East and North Africa. Through Pola, readers will share in the experience of the intense emotional and psychological challenges, along with the hope, that is held among the Middle Eastern and North African people.
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Welcome back to Charred Remains. Tonight Char spills her guts. She is a Woman on Fire! Char speaks about about a certain short film in Indie Horror, Horror Socials, Balls...wait no talk of BALLS on this show, politics, games, actresses, film festivals, awards and more. Tune in November 22nd at Midnight Central. Tonight a lot of people are going to be CHARRED. Get ready to talk about the whole gruesome saga known as Indie Horror and Social Media.
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We are recapping our trip to the The Seatle Shorts Film Festival with Dan Michael. Talking about all the highlights and lowlights of the weekend.
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"THE UNGOVERNABLE FORCE", hitting the festival circuit in 2015, is the latest exploitation/grindhouse feature film from Ungovernable Films, featuring all your favorite ungovernable motifs like sex, gore, violence, nudity, schlock, and laughs! Oh, and of course a social message! This time it's "fuck the police!" Taking cues from films like Suburbia, Class of 1984, and Class of Nuke Em High, "THE UNGOVERNABLE FORCE" is a punxploitation film that sets an army of punks and bums against a band of fascist cops!