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Known most for his epic superhero web series "Lucky Streak & the Crime Fighters," Kurt Donath has also been seen time and again winning one award after another at the 48 Hour Film Festival. In addition, he has made other short and feature films. Donath will talk about the making of a superhero film, surviving the pressure of the 48, marketing yourself in a convention setting and more.
Donath began in the film industry as a child actor as well. At the age of 10, he had his stage debut at the Lee Strassberg Actors Studio in Hollywood, CA. About the same time, he started writing screenplays. At age 19 he met his mentor, George Clayton Johnson, a revered science fiction writer. Johnson penned screenplays for the original "Twilight Zone" and classic films such as "Logan's Run." Kurt studied with him for two years before moving to South Florida with his family.
In South Florida, he enrolled at the International Fine Arts College (now re-named Miami University of Art and Design) and graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Film in 2002. He started his own film production company, Aberdeen Soldier in 2003 ... and the rest is history.
For more on "Lucky Streak & the Crime Fighters," visit: http://luckystreakthemovie.com
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The Average White Guys have so much pop culture goodness this week it is hard to believe. First we'll discuss the anouncement of David Letterman's about his retirement and his possible replacements. Then we move on to the major happenings at Wrestlemania 30 including the World Title match and the controversial end of The Undertaker's streak. We wrap up this episode with a full Spoiler Topic Discussion of Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
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So you're either mad that the streak continues, obsessed with its endurance, or exhausted of its hype. Either way, the streak is the most dissected thing going.
Oh, you thought we meant The Undertaker's undefeated streak at Wrestlemania? Well, despite the boldness of one CM Punk, THAT may never end.
On The Exchange, Sumit & Jason are joined by long-time friends of the show, Michael Tillery of The Shadow League & The Starting Five and Paulsen of Sports Media Watch. As many in media - mainstream or independent, paid or not - scramble for written words in put the Miami Heat's 23-and-counting game win streak in context, the quartet will provide their thoughts on what these historic run means.
Whether it's in relation to another title run, the promises made in 2010, a still-unforgiven-for-some Decision or the continued ratings and marketing bonanza for the NBA going forward, the streak is the buzz of the American sports world for a reason.
Also, some pre-tournament thoughts as March Sadness... oops, Madness grips the nation.
Come through The Exchange in the chat room, on Twitter (@skd_thExchange, @asportsscribe, and guests @michaeltillery & @paulsen_smw), and the phone line at 347-202-0247.
Many Emotions, Many Questions, Many Answers. On this episode i will reveal behind the scenes details of why The Undertaker Streak ended at Wrestlemania 30. I have been given information by a inside source on why the streak was ended and i will reveal them tonight at 11PM after Monday Night Raw. I will also be going over each Wrestlemania match & my thoughts on them. Tune In 11pm for the live information
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Join Ben McPhee this week as he recaps the 2-17-14 edition of Monday Night Raw. Did Cesaro vs. Cena steal the show? How exicted are fans for The Wyatt Family vs. The Shield?
Also on the show, we will breakdown the Undertaker and his WrestleMania undefeated streak. The Undertaker is scheduled to return on the 2-24-14 edition of Monday Night Raw? Why is he back? Who will have their site set on him?
Plus don't forget to stay tuned until the end to hear more news about the huge giveaways in March.
Jacob Burch and I talked about Clayton Kershaw's scoreless streak, the power of the jinx, and talked potential needs and trades three weeks ahead of the non-waiver trade deadline.
You can send any and all questions to us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact us on Twitter at @truebluela or @jacobburch.
the undertaker is 21-0 at wrestlemania and when the road of wrestlemania comes up everyone is wondering who going take on the streak at the event. like what triple h said once ''no one cares who takes on the title everyone tunes in to see who takes on the streak. cause no one holds a streak like him.'' and that true everyone tunes in on raw or smackdown and see who steps up. but undertaker said once he wants to take on the icon sting and have him stop the streak. now that would be a good match but it would be hard for impact and wwe to make a deal. but there has been words going around on who might step up and do it. but the only 2 people i see do it is stone cold steve austin or the icon sting and stop the streak. austin has alot of history with the undertaker inside and out of the ring. and the same way with the icon sting. but if there anyone who could do it i think it would be stone cold steve austin. there no one else who could end the streak. alot of people came close like cm punk,hbk,triple h and many others but they fallen to the deadman. but call in and give us your thoughts on who might do it. who might end the undertaker streak at wrestlemania 30
Lydia Hyslop, known for her work on "White Reindeer," "Vacation!" and "Lake Dead," has created a clever and timely comic drama with "Burnout." The film centers around Ada, a beautiful girl who seems to have her life all in order until it suddenly comes crashing down around her. No one would expect that this girl next door actually sells marijuana for a living, and when it gets legalized, her business goes to pot (pun intended). Meanwhile, her brother urges her away from her lifestyle and her drugged out, alcoholic roommate (played by Hislop) can't pay the bills. Faced with many obstacles, Ada turns to unusual business opportunities to make ends meet while trying to reasses her place in the universe.
"Burnout" will be shown at the FSC Super Geek Film Festival in July in Miami, FL. http://floridasupercon.com/category/geek-film-festival/
This month's issue of Independent Streak Magazine: http://issuu.com/rachelgalvin/docs/independent_streak_mag-june_2014
Host Jason Lukehart and host Phil Kehres discuss the first month of the Cleveland Indians' 2014 season, which ended with a six-game losing streak. Topics include questions about who should be in the starting rotation (call up Trevor Bauer or Josh Tomlin, giving Carrasco another chance?), which players are most and least likely to turn things around (or are already turning things around), and how realistic playoff contention is at this point (the Tribe is already 5.5 games behind Detroit). Plus, what is up with this defense?! Is it Lindor time yet?