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Lawrence Elman is the founder and director of Drive Thru Pictures. He has produced and directed numerous award-winning documentaries. He produced BAFTA-winning documentary, Nine Lives of Alice Martineau (2003). He has worked extensively with the BBC, in documentaries such as Office Tigers (2006), and The Biggest Chinese Restaurant in the World (2008). In 2009, Team Qatar won the Best Feature Film Prize in Tribeca/Doha film festival. He also produced and directed John Mortimer: A Life in Words, and Pablo’s Hippos (2010), which were broadcast on the BBC and screened in festivals around the world. Lawrence Elman joined forces in 2009 as Directors in Amber Entertainment’s London office. Combining their extensive experience in the film industry, Ms. Maisel and Mr. Elman focus on the acquisition of intellectual property rights of literary works and the production of feature films, documentaries, television series and content for digital platforms. The company has also created strategic partnerships with publishing houses like Penguin to develop and create new and innovative ways of content distribution. Recent Amber projects include Romeo and Juliet, adapted by Julian Fellows, Molly Moon, The Incredible Hypnotist, a new film based on the best selling books Molly Moon by Georgia Byng and The Perfect Assassin. You can email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org Link: www.123FilmEasy.com. Follow us on Twitter @123Film
Great lovers and those who love with a deepness beyond understanding.Love, games, and something to do.
Love is real and it move mountains with two people have the same mind and decides to build a strong relationship. Games have been played many times between a man and women because it feel good to them to play the game of love. It is not love it is a game that is being played. Something to do many have chosen to find something to do which is talk over the phone, sleep together, live together, or hang out because they need something to do.
Tonight we introduce our second FREE summer production, "Romeo and Juliet."
Shakespeare in Detroit's founding Artistic and Executive Director, Sam White, will interview the show's director, Emilio Rodriguez, about the company's performance of the audience favorite Saturday, July 26 at 7 p.m.
Learn more about the company and their performance tonight!
On this week's ScreenPicks Movie Show, we review five new films: Captain Phillips, Romeo and Juliet, CBGB, All the Boys Love Mandy Lane, and Machete Kills
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Romeo is in the orchard of the Capulets, and sees Juliet on her balcony.
“But soft! What light through yonder window breaks?
It is the East, and Juliet is the sun!
Arise, fair sun, and kill the envious moon…”
Romeo is saying that Juliet is the new light in his life, and she is much brighter than the old light (Rosaline). He is comparing Juliet to the sun and Rosaline to the moon, and we call this type of comparison a metaphor.
Juliet does not know he is there, and speaks to herself. When a character thinks aloud, it is called a soliloquy.
“O Romeo, Romeo! Wherefore art thou Romeo?
Deny thy father and refuse thy name.
Or, if thou wilt not, be but sworn my love,
And I’ll no longer be a Capulet.”
“Wherefore” means “why”, and Juliet is asking Romeo why he is Montague (and the enemy of her family). She then says that if Romeo will be her love, she’ll “no longer be a Capulet”, meaning that she will marry him and take his name.
Juliet speaks another famous quote.
“What’s in a name? That which we call a rose
By any other word would smell as sweet.”
Romeo finally reveals himself. They swear love for each other, but Juliet is afraid that Romeo is enchanted by the night. They agree to get together the next morning at nine.
Juliet says goodbye with another famous quote.
“Good night, good night! Parting is such sweet sorrow
That I shall say good night till it be morrow.
Juliet Philip loves magic, white feathers, faeries, sweet wine, the sound of the rain, glowworms, ponies, majestic elephants, fresh coffee, waterfalls, real castles, air castles, rainbows, butterflies, blowing bubbles, chocolate, deep belly laughs, the smell of wet earth, and creating things. She likes to make books, drawings, doodles, banana bread, fish curry in coconut milk, silly randomness, magic, and connections with people and the universe. Her stories are based in enchanting India because she grew up there.You can learn more about her at scribblesanddoodles.com or her author page facebook.com/JRosePhilip
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Scott Cluthe talks with Nick Jans about his new book, A Wolf Called Romeo. A compelling story of an unlikely 6 year relationship with a Black Wolf in the Alaskan outback. Call in: 347-308-8478
I was born the son of a career diplomat and spent 12 of my first 13 years overseas—first Palermo, Sicily, then Vienna, Austria, and finally Thailand from 1962-67. My dad was the American consul in Udorn Thani, a forward CIA and special operations base for missions into Laos, and later on, into North Vietnam. I attended high school in the Washington DC area and graduated in 1977 from Colby College in Waterville, Maine, with a degree in English Literature. Though mostly raised in cities, I had always dreamed of living in a wilderness setting, and set out for Alaska in 1979. After an 800 mile canoe trip, I settled in a remote Eskimo village on the upper Kobuk River in northwest arctic Alaska, 200 miles off the road grid. I worked for a hunting guide, managed a trading post, and then became a schoolteacher to Inupiat Eskimo children in the local school. But my first love was always the seemingly limitless, wild country that surrounded me, and the creatures that roamed it. In 20 years of living in the region, I travelled tens of thousands of wilderness miles by skiff, canoe, on foot, skis, and snowmobile, often alone I’m a contributing editor to Alaska Magazine, and on USA Today’s board of editorial contributors. I currently live on a semi-remote homesite in Southeast Alaska with my wife, Sherrie, and our four dogs.
Reverent June Juliet Gatlin is the special guest rejoining Life Coach Ade on the Ask Life Coach Ade Radio Show.
As an elder, we welcome Reverent June Gatlin to come and empower us in creating a world that she sees is possible. For the month of August, we have been focusing on Transformative Actions.If you consider yourself a sacred activist, it's time to press on and be the birther of a world that works for everyone. Knowing that the spirit of your ancestors is cheering you on.
Join Reverent June and Life Coach Ade as they explore what transformative actions means and how to apply it for the good of all.
Reverent June Juliet Gatlin is an internationally recognized spiritual advisor and healer. She is considered a foremost authority in matters of the human spirit. June Gatlin has uplifted the spirits of audiences of all ages through lectures in public schools, universities, and churches, where she devotes her energy to affirming and developing spiritual qualities as well as offering messages of hope, faith, enlightenment, and personal responsibility. She is committed to sharing that heritage with God's children, whomever they are, and she is determined to empower all who desire to learn.
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Also, don't miss Celestial Moment with Celeste Morgan. She offers the energy of the day!
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Harold Perrineau - Harold Perrineau plays Manny on the NBC drama “Constantine. He has started shows such as HBO's "OZ", Sons Of Anarchy as Damon Pope, The Wedding Band, The Matrix(last two), & many more...Read up on his bio and all his movies/shows @ http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0674782/?ref_=nv_sr_2
Sweety G- He called me that because I called myself Sweety G, because I was like you know, singing to the girls. The chicks were always saying stuff like “Oh he’s so sweet” because I would talk to them nicely. Instead of being aggressive like when I was battling. I would be on the Romeo tip. In high school, I would sing over oldschool jams and the ladies would say “Oh, he’s so sweet” and that’s why they would call me Sweety G. Like sweet, you know, romantic. I would try to appeal to the women, but at the same time I would come around the other side and its battle time. I’m tearing up anything that is not tied down, anybody that doesn’t surrender I’m on you like Mike Tyson
I would say Sweet G was an adult contemporary M.C.. Smooth, always mature, intelligent and he heard of my name. We bumped into each other and you could tell he was the bigger brother, the older brother, more seasoned, mature man. No comment, nothing negative against me, no competition, and I never said anything against him because I knew he was an older brother. We were in totally different lanes. This man had major worldwide hits. He didn’t try to snuff me out, nothing disrespectful so I stayed graceful and I’m proud that there’s a Sweet G, and I’m proud to be a Sweety G. There’s just two different rivers going in a different path, it’s all love
JP Howard aka Juliet P. Howard is the author of SAY/MIRROR (The Operating System, 2015), a Cave Canem graduate fellow and a member of The Hot Poets Collective. She curates Women Writers in Bloom Poetry Salon (WWBPS), a forum for women writers to come together in a positive and supportive space. JP is an alum of the VONA/Voices Writers Workshop, a Lambda Literary Foundation Emerging LGBT Voices Fellow and a 2011 Cave Canem Fellow-in-Residence at the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. She was a Lesbian Writers’ Fund (poetry) finalist from Astraea Lesbian Foundation for Justice.
Her poetry has been widely published, including in Nepantla: A Journal for Queer Poets of Color, Adrienne A Poetry Journal of Queer Women (Sibling Rivalry Press), The Wide Shore A Journal of Global Women's Poetry, The Best American Poetry Blog, The Mom Egg, African Voices Magazine, Kweli Journal, Talking Writing, Muzzle Magazine, Connotation Press and Cave Canem Anthology XII: Poems 2008-2009. JP holds an MFA in Creative Writing from the City College of NY and a BA from Barnard College. JP was awarded a Brooklyn Arts Council Community Arts Fund Grant in 2014. Follow the Salon on Facebook and on Twitter.
ESSAI a singer-songwriter from Paris whose spin on Urban Pop music makes his vocal talents really stand out from the rest of the musical pack. Taking a leap of faith Essai crossed the ocean with his talents and found Kerry Gordy, son of music legend Berry Gordy, to help him spread his musical talents to North America. His first English Hit "FAMILY" is poised to dash to the top of the music charts; in the official music video for FAMILY Essai’s dramatic, conspicuous and stunning performance comes through vigorously.
He wrote his first song when he was only 12, being inspired by the songs of Quincy Jones, Donny Hathaway, Michael Jackson, Prince and Stevie Wonder to name a few; after studying Law at a Paris University he was soon signed to Sony France as lead singer of the urban and pop idol group,“Ideal-3”. His solo career started when he was 21 with Mercury/Universal and had instant success after the First Lady of France Bernadette Chirac asked him to write and produce the title: “Un peu de moi”. Landed the role of Count Paris in Gerard Presgurvic’s musical comedy “Romeo and Juliet with his vocal prowess. The cast album sold over 2 million copies. Collaborating with Michel Legrand, they co-produced 25 songs together for “Les Demoiselles de Rochefort” and had a successful run at Palais des Congres in Paris. He then wrote “Saimer est interdit” for the famous musical comedy “Le Roi Soleil” for Warner Music France. The album went double Platinum and Over 2 million tickets were sold during the three years of its run.
Essai joins Take 2 Radio Music on Wednesday, Oct. 15th at 3pm eastern!
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