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Del Weston is a writer, producer, director and the creator of the Action On Film International Film Festivals. Weston has had television programs on NBC Los Angeles, The AOF Channel, Spike TV, Reality Racing The Rookie Challenge on ESPN II, Feelin' Good. Weston is best known for his feature films, Camden, Split and Sunny and RayRay.
Del Weston has done stunts in Rocky V, Asylum and Reality Racing The Rookie Challenge. He was also director of photography, co-writer and postproduction supervisor on the Joe Pesci, Oscar De La Hoya and Gary Stevens documentary, Behind The Gate.
Weston hosts the weekly Television series, Del Weston On Film that airs on the Time Warner Cable, Champion Broadband networks, and nationally on PEG Media.
Join Doctor Mayer Eisenstein, Vaccine Rights Attorney Alan Phillips, and Dr. Paul King, Ph.D. in the 2nd half of the show, as they discuss another excuse given for the Hep B vaccine at birth; a parody article on the Age of Autism website about a vaccine for dandruff; the actual prevalence of Guillain Barre Syndrome resulting from flu vaccines compared to the official claimed risk; how health authorities change labels to control public perception on vaccines and other medical issues; a county in California that is experiencing some of the state's worst pertussis outbreak despite having one of the state's highest vaccination rates at about 95%; how it is assumed that the "answer" to infectious disease is always a vaccine; how members of Congress refused to read Robert Kennedy, Jr.'s book about the science on thimerosal, calling it "junk science"; how the increasing use of influenza vaccines has led to, among other things, "early onset Alzheimer's Disease"; how the definition of vaccine success has changed over time to accommodate vaccine failure; documented instances in which recipients of the MMR vaccines developed 2 or even all 3 of the diseases from the vaccine; how deaths from the small pox vaccine were in one instance 100 times greater than what vaccine recipients were told; whether or not cases of a disease in vaccine recipients are actually milder because of the vaccine, as many are told by health authorities; whether or not vitamin K shots at birth are really necessary, and when it's best to circumcise a child with that in mind; and more!
Keith Robinson is ahead of the game. He’s a true triple threat -- having already mastered acting and songwriting, he’s now positioning himself to take over the music world with a velvety voice.
Before he made his way to Tinsel town, the Kentucky native set his sights on music and attended the University of Georgia. Upon coming to Los Angeles, Robinson had a chance meeting with a talent manager who jumpstarted his acting career. From there, he thrived. He’s landed, an incredible, 50-plus projects in both television and film while continuing to pursue a career in music-- often placing songs in the TV and film projects he stars in.
Robinson may be best known for his critically acclaimed role as “C.C. White” in the Academy Award winning feature film, Dreamgirls. In which he was directed by Bill Condon, and starred alongside Beyoncé Knowles, Jennifer Hudson, Jamie Foxx, Eddie Murphy and Anika Noni Rose. In the musical, Robinson’s big solo, “Patience,” which he also performed live at the Academy Awards, earned him an Oscar nomination. In addition, Robinson’s voice is heard on six songs from the film’s soundtrack. Undoubtedly, Dreamgirls was a major benchmark in Robinson’s career, and since, he’s been poised to make his mark in music.
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Featuring Host Martin Campbell and Co-Host Ron Mayer
Martin Campbell is an author and business executive who is dedicated to helping people improve their lives by assisting them in finding out who they are and who they want to be. From being a councillor to writing about bringing understanding, unity and joy into people’s lives, his focus has always been on people’s core needs. As a dedicated supporter of individual spirituality, Martin believes humanity’s last major hurdle is in achieving individual empowerment and freedom. He knows first-hand that expanding human or individual spiritually is not always easy, nor accepted - no matter who you are. He firmly believes it is through our love and individual paths, that together we will propel humanity to its greatest heights. Yet he recognizes that it has been his life’s traumatic events, which provided him with the opportunity to grow stronger. Martin is grateful for all that has occurred. His joys and sorrows have made him who he is today. He says for that - he is truly thankful.
Ron Mayer has always been a Spiritual Seeker, or as his elder, Grandmother Pa’Ris’Ha puts it, “A Spiritual Archeologist.” He has an interest in ALL things spiritual as well as a love of art and music, and plays the piano and guitar. He loves to “watch people.”
Ron has come to the realization that self-development is never complete or a finished process, and when our journey of self-discovery begins, it is a forever endeavor from the heart.
Expect him to bringing fresh, new and at times controversial ideas about Spiritual Ascension, the science and spirituality of the art of bio-regenesis.
Keith is best known for his critically acclaimed role as “C.C. White” in the Academy Award winning feature film, Dreamgirls. In which he was directed by Bill Condon, and starred alongside Beyoncé Knowles, Jennifer Hudson, Jamie Foxx, Eddie Murphy and Anika Noni Rose. In the musical, Robinson’s big solo, “Patience,” which he also performed live at the Academy Awards, earned him an Oscar nomination.
On the acting side, Robinson followed Dreamgirls with This Christmas, co-starring Chris Brown, Idris Elba, Loretta Devine and Delroy Lindo. He then went on to star in Dear John opposite Channing Tatum and Amanda Seyfried. Roles in 35 and Ticking, starring alongside Kevin Hart, and Hopelessly in June soon followed. Next, Robinson began shooting Dysfunctional Friends.
Like many, he’s taken a behind-the-scenes approach to creating music. Robinson founded his own scoring company, Theme Song. Since its establishment, Theme Song has scored music for movies like Blade 3, Fat Albert, and 35 and Ticking, in which he also starred. Most recently, the budding company scored Divorce Invitation (2012) also starring Robinson alongside Jonathan Bennett, Jamie-Lynn Sigler and Nadia Bjorlin.
Keith’s upcoming releases include CRU, an emotionally intense film in which he stars alongside Harry Lennix, Richard T. Jones, and Alison Eastwood. Four Seasons, a romantic comedy starring with Robin Givens and Christian Keyes, and most recently, Universal’s James Brown biopic Get On Up, with Viola Davis, Octavia Spencer and Dan Aykroyd. In conjunction with the release of Get On Up, Keith will also be releasing his new album, Love Episodic, both due in 2014.
The Wizard of Oz is a story that was much beloved long before the epic production that remains in our hearts always. Here's the scene of meeting the cowardly lion the first time.
What does the movie tell us psychologically about ourselves, our wishes, and dreams? There were wonderful instances of symbolism portrayed in the film that doesn't take a professional to interpret as we see Dorothy and her ranch hands shift to an alternate reality.
This movie truly affected people's imaginations and wonder. I have met people over the years who swore that the movie was only in black and white! One year I rented the reel to reel and a projector from the Seattle Public Library, made up a bunch of popcorn and showed the movie to the children in the neighborhood where I was living. The first reel everything was in a type of black & white Sepia antique color, but the second reel was totally in brilliant color as Dorothy left the farmhouse in Oz. Think about what that says about "real" life versus our imaginations, which are taken to be be much more colorful and amazing than Midwestern farm life!
Join us for a wonderful talk about the psychology behind this brilliant movie along with the reasons the movie remains ageless and beloved, which it most likely will remain long after we're all gone and dead.
Bryan Hanson speaks about the future of the ADR profession and outlines his session: Harmony and Dissonance in the Conflict Field (Wedesday, October 8, 2014 from 8:45 - 12:00 noon). Joining Bryan at the ACR Conference Session is: Bernie Mayer; Susan Raines; and Jackie Font-Guzman. Enjoy hearing from Bryan about his Session on this ACR Blog Radio interview.
Going to be a busy week in Boxing. From Bobby D Presents show in San Diego, Thompson Boxing in Ontario, Friday Night Fights in Chicago and ShoBox at Turning Stone on Friday. Golovkin Vs Geale form New York plus Iron Boy 14 presented by Iron Boy and Top Rank on Saturday very busy week. We open up with Oscar Valdez, Jose Benavidez Sr, Roberto "AMZ" Garcia, Alexis Zazueta, Chris Martin and also talk to Emily P from Iron Boy. All Boxing and all true. From local shows to major boxing
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