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What’s A Picture Worth?

What’s A Picture Worth?

Blurb: Cassie is an unpretentious country girl who is nursing a broken heart after her fiancé callously dumps her. Remy is a big-city photographer whose vengeful ex will do anything to throw a monkey wrench into his love life and livelihood and then blame him when he cannot keep up with child support payments. When the […]

Film View: The Long Game

Film View: The Long Game

Painting In the Dark “The Struggle With Art In A World Obsessed With Popularity” The internet tells stories and makes 15 minutes of fame last longer. But this video is not about the popularity of those who show no signs of talent except how often they suck up the space of these who do. The […]

By February 22, 2016 2 Comments Read More →
Film View: The Answers

Film View: The Answers

“If you could get answers to every question you’ve ever had about your life, what would you ask?” The questions asked are from a person’s point of view, though a man is asking them. Some questions could be considered male specific but I just realized a female could ask those exact same questions from their […]

Julian Gallo Explores the Consequences of Leaving It All Behind in His New Novel ‘Breathe’

Julian Gallo Explores the Consequences of Leaving It All Behind in His New Novel ‘Breathe’

“Looking back at ‘Breathe’ I could see that in a way it was a cry for help, a yearning to leave the past behind and move forward towards bigger and better things.” – Julian Gallo “Sometimes you put up walls not to keep people out, but to see who cares enough to break them down.” […]

By January 26, 2016 0 Comments Read More →
Film Review: Taxi Driver

Film Review: Taxi Driver

Tagline: “On every street in every city, there’s a nobody who dreams of being a somebody.” “You talking to me?” The most imitated and memorable line from Taxi Driver, was voted as the #10 movie quote by the American Film Institute. Taxi Driver (1976) is about an introverted, increasingly unstable ex-Marine, Travis Bickel [Robert DeNiro], […]

Film View: The Talk

Film View: The Talk

WARNING: Not for young children unless you want an awkward talk with them. “There comes a time in every parent’s life when the harsh reality hits — their child is growing up. And with that realization comes an event, a moment, faced with fear and trepidation, when said parent takes time from their busy day […]

By December 23, 2015 0 Comments Read More →
Blessings for Peace: Arthurian Magic and Hawaiian Mysticisms

Blessings for Peace: Arthurian Magic and Hawaiian Mysticisms

Today I’m joined by British author and shaman Gary Plunkett. In his own words, he not only writes about ancient wizards, some even say he is one. Look out for his forthcoming inspiring first novel of a trilogy, set in a picturesque British village pub: The Wizard Who Bought a Round, coming soon on Amazon in […]

Film View – SOAR: An Animated Short

Film View – SOAR: An Animated Short

Two people with huge differences. They come to terms with the surprise meeting and eventually realize they could work together. A strange pairing but willing to discover a problem to enable one to overcome and to move on with their challenge. It served as a solution to the resolution of both their understanding of their […]

By December 14, 2015 0 Comments Read More →
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