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Eddie and Michael Spears, Actors, Native Americans have had careers in movie since they were youngsters. Eddie Spears has been in the spotlight since age 10 starting with his first role in the Turner production of Geronimo, The Witness, Through the Window, and Somebody said Pow Wow. Michael Spears role in “Dances with Wolves” as Otter, catapulted him into the world of Film, Music and Public Speaking. Before the age of 17, Michael had the privilege to learn from and work with many great actors such as, Jimmy Smitts and Kim Delaney, in ABC’S production of the “Broken Chord” which Michael played the role of Adam, a child born with fetal alcohol syndrome. And numerous other productions. Both continue to work all the time. Eddie’s most recent credits include the AMC series Hell On Wheels, Guns, Girls, & Gambling, The Legend of Hells Gate, the HBO mini series ury My Heart at Wounded Knee, Comanche Moon, The TNT/ Spielberg mini series “Into the West”and Rick Schroder’s directorial film “Black Cloud. Michael has appeared The Broken Chain,Lakota Women, Skins, Into the West the TNT / Spielberg mini series, Legends of Hells. Both brothers appeared in Gate, Guns, Girls & Gambling, Into the West the TNT / Spielberg mini series, and recently Yellow Rock produced by costar Lenore Andriel also starring Michael Biehn and James Russo. Eddie plays Angry Wolf and Michael plays Broken Wing. Because of his strong sense of traditional value, Eddie works closely as a mentor with the youth in his home area of South Dakota. When Michael is not filming or on the stage, he travels as a celebrity speaker covering topics that inspire and educate.
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Suicide, HD remakes, and trivia, oh my! This week the Rogue Intel wizard and DJ behind the curtain is Duff! We talk about the Wizard of Oz's long lasting impact and how its up to us to prevent corruption of today's youth. AFI's Top 100 list has a triple threat quote this episode with numbers #4, #23, and #99. Don't fall asleep in the poppies!
Today we have the director of Midwest Werid Fest coming to Wisconsin this March to bring to fans of the strange films and others cointent that fans like need and gets the NSA interesed
Sameer has directed, written and produced documentaries on a wide range of subjects. Becoming Muslim in America, a feature-length documentary about American converts to Islam. Sameer wrote and produced a news special for MTV/VH1 about the most popular Rock Band in South Asia in the wake of September 11. That film was narrated by Susan Sarandon and was cited in several publications including the New York TImes, The Boston Globe and The Washington Post. He has worked on National and International TV commercials, TV shows for international channels. Sameer has been a producer and writer for many cable channels, including MTV, VH1, and E!. He was a writer, contributor and corespondent on Comedy Central’s The Daily Show. Work cited in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and Newsweek.
Sameer runs Sameer Films, which is a New York based branded media and original content production studio
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“Caged No More” is a feature film raising awareness about human trafficking. It’s mission is to assist in eradicating human trafficking by equipping parents, schools and churches to aid in prevention, and connecting anti-trafficking organizations,
Starring Emmy-Award winner Loretta Devine (Grey’s Anatomy), Kevin Sorbo (Hercules), Alan Powell (The Song), and Cassidy Gifford (God’s Not Dead), this film also features Madelon Curtis as the vicious “Madame”. Madelon is known for her extensive work in the worlds of theatre and dance, as well as her appearances in cult horror classics like “Jason Goes to Hell: the Final Friday”. “Caged No More” is from the co-producers of “God’s Not Dead”. The film has appeared at the Albuquerque Film and Music Experience, has won awards and praise on the film festival circuit including winning Best Feature at the La Femme Film Festival in Beverly Hills.
Offering a variety of talents and skills, trilingual actress Madelon Curtis is also a dancer, singer, and choreographer. In “Caged No More”, her villainous character intimidates and entices in both English and in Greek.
“It was so exciting working with wonderful people on a film that will surely bring much awareness to the frightening subject of human trafficking.” said Curtis, when reflecting on her work in the award-winning film.
Inspired by real events, “Caged No More” is about a grandmother’s quest to rescue her granddaughters, who have been kidnapped to be sold into the terrifying world of sex slavery. The film is meant to educate audiences on the realities of the world’s fastest growing global crime. “Caged No More” was filmed on location in Baton Rouge, LA and Athens, Greece. For more about this film and Madelon Curits; go to www.madeloncurtis.com.
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Based on a true story, this film chronicles the life of Dorothy Dandridge, the first black woman to be nominated for an Oscar for Best Actress. Dandridge (Halle Berry) begins her career working as a nightclub singer before eventually breaking into Hollywood, where she meets her steadfast manager (Brent Spiner) and struggles against racism. Her rise to stardom introduces her to Otto Preminger (Klaus Maria Brandauer), a film director with whom she develops a complicated relationship.
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