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Jill Campbell (Director) has worked as a director, producer and writer on
numerous documentaries and narrative projects.She is currently working on "Mr Chibbs",a documentary about former NYC and NBA legend Kenny Anderson. (www.mrchibbs.com) Her other credits include Dancing Across Borders,directed by Anne Bass (First Run Features), Never Stand Still,
filmed at Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival; Out of Print which premiered at Tribeca
Film Festival, and The Hamlet of Canfield Gardens a poetic exploration of Jill’s
mentor, British playwrighter Bernard Kops. Jill’s narrative short After Tomorrow
premiered at the Henley Film Festival (UK) and was produced by SBK
Filmmaking (Killer Films/Stony Brook Southampton’s 20/20/20 program) under
the guidance of Producer Christine Vachon. Jill was one of 20 filmmakers to
receive a scholarship to 20/20/20’s inaugural film program where she directed and
produced After Tomorrow and a web episode of Zoe. Jill is also a critically acclaimed
playwrighter. Her work has appeared nationally and internationally at venues
including La MaMa, Mabou Mines, Dublin Fringe Festival and The Actors Studio.
She is a candidate for her MFA in documentary at Hunter College’s IMA program.
Campbell is a proud resident of Brooklyn, NY. www.seagullink.com
"Mr Chibbs" a documentary about former NYC and NBA legend Kenny Anderson. The website is:www.mrchibbs.com
All the upcoming events and concerts and news from CMT, all wrapped up in a neat and complete 15 minute program.
We feature Jamboree-Opry- and music hall news along with local points of interests and news about individuals making headlines in Country Today.
Join me, Roger Conley for some outstanding fun and events.
3 Juilliard Flute grads talk Flutes, Flutists and the classical music Industry. Special Guest, Jill Felber, Professor of Flute at the University of California, Santa Barbara, shares with us her life, her upcoming projects and her secrets to becoming a successful flutist in today's competative world.
Jill Brzezinski-Conley was diagnosed with Stage IIIC invasive breast cancer one day before her 32nd birthday on July 15th 2009 – just 6 months after she married the man of her dreams. Her journey began with the most progressive form of treatment available. Jill’s treatment included 16 rounds of grueling chemotherapy, 31 rounds of radiation and 4 surgeries including a double mastectomy with additional surgery ahead. During her treatment she suffered a broken rib and endured serious complications after her reconstructive surgery. Her strength and determination proved pivotal, and after 2 years Jill was in remission and now considers herself a survivor. Unfortunately 12 months later Jill found out she had developed bone cancer and at 35 years old, the prognosis is terminal. Through all of this, Jill has kept her wit, determination, and never ending smile, with no room for self pity, while frequently making jokes about her baldness, lack of eyebrows and eyelashes. Her sense of humor, courage, positive attitude and inner beauty is truly remarkable. Anyone who has ever met Jill will tell you that she leaves you with a lasting impression. The room lights up upon her arrival. In September 2012, Jill’s best friend Nikki Closser reached out to world acclaimed portrait photographer Sue Bryce. Sue was so overwhelmed with Jill’s story and the message she wanted to share with the world, that she was instantly determined to help this beautiful girl spread that message. Sue arranged for Nikki and Jill to meet her in Paris where she would photograph Jill, capture her incredible beauty and help to tell her story to inspire others and educate the world about Breast Cancer.
Join host Nikki Williams this Wednesday at 7:00 pm (CDT) for Radio PRS. Our guest this week is creator and publisher of Evolving Magazine, Jill Dutton. Evolving Has served the metaphysical community of Kansas City for many years and is now expanding to include the Santa Fe NM area. The magazine brings a wealth of information to its readers on topics ranging from spiritual growth to holistic healing and so much more. Jill's story of growth and achievement and spiritual development is truly inspiring. Tune in! ?
Join Angela Lauria of The Author Incubator as she interviews Jill Angie, author of the book, Running with Curves.
Writing Running with Curves turned into something pivotal for Jill. She wrote the book that she wished had existed when she started running almost 20 years ago, which was when she did everything through trial and error. She wanted to help others in the same boat as she was to avoid all of the experimentation and just get right to enjoying being a runner regardless of size.
She said that if she had known how life- and career-changing it would be, she would have started earlier. "I thought I just wanted to be someone that had written a book - but along the way, I became much more in tune with where I wanted to take my career," she said.
Read more and get the transcript here: Jill Angie on The Author Incubator
Explore universal frequencies, star tones and art that will heal you, inspire you, and motivate you! Join us tonight for a beautiful night of energy healings with Jill Mattson!
Jill Mattson, author, musician and composer, seeks to further the use of sound in healing. She is committed to teaching techniques that enhance spiritual, mental and physical growth through vibratory energy, and encourages communication and the universal sharing of new information on Sound Healing around the world.
Jill combines her extensive research of modern Sound Healing with the 20+ year study of ancient civilizations and secret societies in her works. Discover a multitude of Ancient and Modern Techniques using Sound Energy and special Sound Healing Frequencies to achieve remarkable results. Realize Tomorrow's Total Wellness Today!
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Jill Gibson Bell is the daughter of legendary radio and music man Jack "The Rapper" Gibson. He was a long time radio DJ from the 50s and maybe even the late 40s. Jack starred in the first radio soap opera drama to feature an all black cast, "Here Comes Tomorrow." In 1949, he opened the first Black owned and operated radio station in America-Atlanta’s WERD. Jack the Rapper is also credited with developing a new design for radio control rooms where he elevated the equipment forcing disc jockeys to stand. This greatly improving their voice projection and his idea has been copied all around the world.
Jack the Rapper was the first National Director of Promotions and Public Relations for Motown Records. He led the successful campaign to have Stevie Wonder’s records “unbanned” in South Africa. Jack the Rapper is considered to be the father of Black radio and came from that ilk of people who created a unique style of on air announcing. Famous DJs like Daddy O, Jocko Henderson and numerous others often incorporated rhymes in their daily chatter. This should be a wonderful conversation and look back at a very rich history.
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