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The only survivor of the genre is Babes in Toyland. Revues , in the first half of the 20th century, were plotless shows that combined song-and-dance numbers with Sketch Comedy , the latter often showcasing top vaudeville performers.
As stage productions, revues were essentially ephemeral, with only Breakaway Pop Hit songs being intended to potentially live on after the show closed. The Ziegfeld Follies was New York's longest-running revue series, running from to , and at its height had an All-Star Cast reputation extending all the way down to its Chorus Girls. In the mids, revues accounted for nearly half of all new musical shows produced on Broadway.
The hitherto annual productions of the Ziegfeld Follies and its major competitors started became increasingly sporadic after that, though the genre's popularity held up until the s, when it rapidly faded with the rise of the Variety Show. During the Rise of the Talkies , many movie studios produced revues, even going to the then-unusual expense of filming them in color.
Jokes about cigarette lighters refusing to light were obnoxiously common in the days of vaudeville. Apparently a bit of Truth in Television. The founder of Zippo noted that one of his friends carried an IMCO lighter which was apparently ugly and unfashionable "Because it works". He copied and improved the mechanism when he founded his own company. In It's a Wonderful Life , this trope is the reason why George Bailey always wishes for a million dollars before activating the cigar lighter in the drug store.
Since the device working is such a rare occurrence, he might as well use it as a good luck charm. The trope held on long enough to make it into the pilot episode of Bewitched , where actual magic is necessary to get a table lighter to work. I have yet to see a table lighter that works. As mentioned under Clark Kenting , facial muscle control was used by pulp magazines to hand-wave Master of Disguise abilities, because it was thought that if a male character wore make-up for a disguise, that would make him a "sissy".
Perhaps because of common awareness of the use of make-up in films or the lack of believability of the facial muscle explanation, this trope hasn't been used for a while.
Although this was used in the movie Minority Report , with the aid of an electronic device to relax the muscles. It was also used in Innerspace. Homosexuality as a disease: Until the s, homosexuality or male effeminacy was frequently described as a mental disorder if in fact it was discussed at all. As late as the s, Mike Brady played by gay actor Robert Reed was heard to say in an episode of The Brady Bunch that if he found out that one of his sons was interested in playing with dollhouses, he'd take him to a psychiatrist.
A later variation common until the late s had homosexuality or in some cases "the third sex" as a whole described as a "condition", something that nowadays would be seen as patronizing, especially because of its use by progressive "do-gooder" types think of All in the Family 's Mike Stivic attempting to voice their support for them.
The series has a plot in which the protagonist creates a vaccine that cures homosexuality and asexuality and distributes it for free around the world, resulting in everyone on Earth being heterosexual. This did not last, however. An early episode of the bio-science drama Regenesis played with this trope, during a plot-line where the team found a "gay gene" in mice.
The characters discuss that publishing their findings might lead to a re-classification of homosexuality as a disease and how it would lead to pre-natal testing and a "cure" for male homosexuality. Which the gay character Carlos is actually sort-of in favor of, because in many parts of the world, where homosexuality isn't accepted yet or is even illegal, gay people themselves might appreciate having a choice.
They are so conflicted over this that they compare their work to the Manhattan Project. Ultimatetely, though, the writers chicken out of the consequences of this "What if" scenario: The characters leave the decision whether to publish or not to the widow of the scientist who originally made the discovery, and the whole thing is never mentioned again. Films adapted as radio plays: During the s, films were sometimes adapted into radio plays, usually performed by the original cast of the film.
The most popular of these radio programs was Lux Radio Theatre , which if it couldn't get the original cast, usually got other A-listers to perform the parts. Television, being a visual medium like film, made such adaptations redundant, though they did still happen to a limited extent even into the s — Star Wars being a very famous example, and also one of the very last produced in this manner. The genre survives in the UK, where some TV works most notably Doctor Who have been adapted to radio; and in Japan, where some anime, like Code Geass , get short stories known as "audio dramas" which, despite their name, are predominantly comedies.
Ballet sequences in musicals: A trope from Hollywood musicals of the forties and fifties was the ballet sequence — a segment in which the movie broke away from the main action, usually as a dream , to tell a mini-story through stylized interpretive dance. It may have evolved into the Big-Lipped Alligator Moment. Found as late as Ken Russell's consciously retro film version of Sandy Wilson's The Boy Friend , even though the play itself does not have a ballet sequence.
But then, the film is also replete with Busby Berkeley numbers and countless other lovingly-rendered throwbacks to earlier eras.
Sports comics and stage magic comics: While some, like crime, horror, romance, monster, and western comics are fondly remembered, still continue, or are occasionally revived, a few others have been entirely forgotten, such as the brief vogue for sports comics and the even briefer vogue for comics about stage magic think of Moloch the evil magician from Watchmen as a contemporary Shout-Out to this subgenre. This is partly because the institution of the Comics Code Authority in following the publication of Seduction of the Innocent see below killed off the more violent or lurid examples of these comics for nearly a generation, and some of the genres never recovered.
Sports are still a popular topic for some American newspaper comics see Tank McNamara , as well as in Japanese manga. Short stories in comic books: The two-page prose short story featured in many comics from the s up to the early s was due to postal regulations requiring any publication taking advantage of the cheaper magazine bulk distribution rates to have at least two pages of prose or other written content.
The popularity of the letters pages and Stan Lee 's promotional "Bullpen Bulletins" pages replaced them, and eventually postal regulations changed. The dominance of the superhero has all but eliminated the once popular "civilian adventurer" type, who often had an exciting profession and invariably ended up battling criminals and spies.
Many early comics featured the likes of aviator Hop Harrigan, TV host Roy Raymond, and adventurer Pep Morgan starring in backup features in the increasingly superhero-dominated anthologies.
While some of these characters still exist, they usually survive by either becoming superheroes like Congo Bill becoming Congorilla or becoming part of the supporting cast of a superhero comic like Speed Saunders, who has been tied in with Hawkman. The idea of such characters headlining their own comics is long gone.
They still persist in newspaper comics: Mark Trail , for example. Superheroes with a vehicle as their gimmick: The hero whose sole gimmick is a unique super-vehicle of some kind — such as Taxi Taylor, Captain X, and the s Red Torpedo — is all but forgotten, having long since been absorbed by superhero characters like Batman who have other gimmicks and talents besides a Batmobile or the like.
A particular subset of these characters, the aviator hero with a special plane, exists today almost entirely in the form of the Blackhawk characters, who also have the gimmick of being a multinational team of flyers. Captain Falcon of the F-Zero video game series is a modern-day example of this trope: He is a professional race car driver who chases down criminals during days when not racing.
This premise, in turn, is undoubtedly an homage to Speed Racer , the most famous example of this trope, albeit a character no longer taken seriously due to his campiness. Male Heterosexual Life-Partners who share a house: However, in the United States Dr. Frederic Wertham anvilled this point repeatedly in his book Seduction of the Innocent , which sparked a Congressional hearing, after which it became more and more common for adults to interpret this kind of relationship as gay.
Wertham emphasized that even the youngest children understood the characters to be gay. This inevitably led to a Gay Panic and mobilized the Moral Guardians , forcing American comic writers and publishers to abandon this trope and make changes specifically designed to avert it and stop the accusations.
In Continental Europe there never was a comparable panic, so this trope continued to exist longer, gradually phasing out beginning in the s, but mostly as a result of changing views on masculinity making the use of the trope impossible without being target to snide jokes. Examples of this trope in comic books include: Similar housing arrangements can also be found in non-comics literature: Sherlock Holmes and Watson before the latter got married and moved out; and then again for a few years after his first wife died.
A four-way example would be Biggles and his three chums, Algy, Ginger and Bertie. The trope is still quite common in fantasy literature, for example the main characters of Scott Lynch's Gentleman Bastard series, who are as-good-as-brothers friends and have been sharing a small room since they were kids, and apparently saw no real reason to stop as adults.
Or the main characters in Lynn Flewelling's Nightrunner series, who were sharing rooms and occasionally even a single bed, when staying in traveler's inns or friends' guest rooms long before they ever developed any romantic interest in each other.
In the latter case, it's depicted as an "old-fashioned arrangement" due to lack of proper heating , or as the result of the very limited space in wayside inns. This living arrangement was also quite common in older film comedies from the Silent and Golden ages of Cinema. Eccentric village characters songs: A folk song trope that isn't used much anymore. In the fifties, there were plenty of songs about eccentric but beloved village characters such as the old lamp-lighter or the old umbrella salesman.
Those songs are forgotten except by those very familiar with old songs. Actually, many of Lehrer's songs parody styles and tropes which were old even when he was writing them although a few had seen revivals at the time ; and have now been all but forgotten by any but aficionados of old music. Maddy Prior's "All Our Trades" stands out as a late example of this trope done straight.
Everything's greener with chlorophyll: A minor trope in The '50s , afterwards forgotten. The brief fad for chlorophyll as an additive centered on its supposed deodorizing and "healing" properties, not to mention giving products like toothpaste a natural green color.
In the second Iron Man film, Tony Stark drinks a concoction he says involves chlorophyll to stave off palladium poisoning. The modern gimmicky plant extract health trend means that chlorophyll is still used in some cult beauty products bragging about their plant credentials. As explained in this article from CurioCity , Clorets chewing gum incorporates a water-soluble variant of chlorophyll as a breath deodorant.
All greasers are Italians: A minor trope back in the 50's about the stereotype that all or most greasers were ethnically Italian. It is given a nod in Grease , with roughly half the characters being vaguely of Italian descent or sometimes not so vague, such as the character of Sonny being bilingual.
Nowadays, this subculture is still remembered, but the racial connotation seem to be lost for modern audiences, especially since the '50s youth culture has caught on with all ethnic groups. The reality-TV show Jersey Shore did briefly revive this trope in a more modern context. One gag used in cartoons was when someone ingested the multi-use substance alum , their lips would tighten to a pucker, their head would shrink, or their voice would increase in pitch.
Adult men and curious children would have been familiar with alum's indescribable taste from its use as a styptic in the days of double-edged razor shaving, where it was common and unfortunate to get some in your mouth by accident.
Alum's replacement with more commercial grooming products mean the only people who risk this experience these days are traditional shaving enthusiasts and people who aren't very good at making homemade pickles. The Three Stooges also once accidentally added alum to a stew.
Laurel and Hardy experience this in Tit for Tat when alum gets sprinkled on some marshmallows. Many brands of modern 'extreme' sour sweets are advertised with shots of people making funny puckering faces; since alum is often used along with citric acid to create the face-sucking kick, this is a mild example of the trope existing today. And of course, if you're truly curious, styptic pencils made with alum are still available in many drugstores.
Cuba is a hotbed of sin: In pre-Castro Cuba, and especially during the Batista years, the Mafia opened numerous casinos, nightclubs, and places of ill repute in the country to avoid American law enforcement, making it an extremely popular tourist destination. All of this died out with Castro's revolution — in fact, part of Castro's reason for taking over was because he was disgusted over American criminals controlling Cuba's economy.
Of course, prostitution and even a thriving gay culture still exist in Cuba and are grudgingly tolerated. The idea of Cuba as a hotbed of sin is seen in Guys and Dolls. The Godfather, Part II owes a few scenes to this trope.
Movie bullets used to make a long pinging sound whenever they hit a rock or metal surface; this sounds ridiculous to most modern ears, although the similar Bullet Sparks trope remains alive. It was used in the Marathon computer games as late as source.
Due to its heavy use in old Western films enough that the sounds are often associated with the genre , pieces paying homage to the classic era of Westerns will use this effect as a shout-out, similar to using the Wilhelm Scream. Red Dead Redemption is a good example of this at work. Rock and roll music causing juvenile delinquency: This one was fairly widespread during the first few years of rock's existence mids, mostly , turning up both in fiction and in real-life accounts.
Although juvenile crime is certainly still a problem, rock music hasn't been viewed as a social menace since the s at the very latest, and any complaints from parents about rock and roll nowadays are bound to be about how it supposedly makes young people lazy and stupid, not how it makes them criminals — and as the more highbrow, progressive varieties of rock move more and more into the mainstream, even that trope has started to disappear.
If you hear a parent denounce rock and roll as literally evil anymore, he or she is almost certainly a fundamentalist Christian — and usually a non-mainstream one, at that. Actually, the last time music was considered to encourage violence was in the s, the culprit most usually being rap music — or, occasionally, Heavy Metal or Punk Rock. One of the very last works to portray this unironically was Rock: The comic Batman: Fortunate Son depicts Batman as exactly this sort of "parent" towards Robin.
A variation would be saying that a popular musician actually anything popular is part of "The Great Jewish-Masonic-Satanic Conspiracy" a. All-Male Stylish Black Musicians: This one has origins in vaudeville. In order to get past the stereotypical view of blacks as unruly "wild men", black performers would don the most dapper suits they could afford and act as refined as possible.
The Distaff Counterpart , with black female singers as evening-gowned grandes dames , showed up frequently in the Motown "girl groups. Mail in the midth century was far from being a reliable service, with many jokes about letters either going to another place or arriving not days or months, but years or decades late.
This problem became less common after the inception of the ZIP code in the 60s, and since the 90s the prevalence of e-mail has rendered the trope inoperative, except perhaps on certain political talk shows.
Back in the 50's, uranium became such a valuable commodity for its use in nuclear energy that it became a modern substitute for gold as "the element that is so valuable it's worth trying to find it" in contemporary pop culture. Examples include songs like "Uranium Fever" as well as the movie of the same name, films like Dig That Uranium , and even cartoons like Rocky and Bullwinkle where one Aborted Arc began with the improbable news that cereal boxtops had become more valuable than uranium and The Flintstones in one episode, Fred feels disappointed after finding out a gold mine he discovered isn't really real gold, but he immediately feels better when at the end of the episode he digs out what it seems to be uranium in a place under the terrain of his home and mentions how he's going to be rich , and even as an excuse in a few episodes of Perry Mason Perry needs to get on some land to conduct a search; he realizes that the mineral rights are available, and he pretends to be uranium prospecting.
Then it was discovered how dangerous it is to handle uranium, and it was quickly forgotten. Nowadays a lot of people still know how valuable it is, but very few outside of experts and professionals will even try to find it.
In the Miss Marple novel A Pocket Full of Rye this is a plot point — a gold mine that had been written off as worthless in the s turns out to contain valuable uranium deposits. After the big success of Tom and Jerry , the idea of having some cartoon character chasing another as the basic premise became a sub-genre in the animation industry.
Even parodies like Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner that took the basic plot and put it to work with the two most unlikeliest animals in the weirdest setting Chuck Jones could think of was a success in its own right when people took it at face value instead of the satire it was supposed to be. But while a lot of those characters remain beloved icons of the medium, you just don't see a lot of these kind of shows anymore.
The very few attempts to revive this premise in later years are seen as obscure, or as cult shows at best. In the early years of Japanese pro wrestling breaking out of small clubs into the mainstream there were three noticeable naming conventions. Real full names, most commonly used by already well-known judoka, honorific titles from sumo tradition and single common Japanese names written in capitalized letters from the Latin Alphabet.
The latter were a sign that a heel was rejecting Japanese characters in the loudest way possible, however, most of the perpetrators ended up undergoing heel face turns and the meaning became forgotten, to the point Kenta Kobayashi simply went with KENTA to distinguish himself from the more established similar sounding Kenta Kobashi , with both acting as baby faces at the same time in the NOAH promotion, which seemingly uses all caps just because it looks cool.
The Spanish Civil War veteran: In World War II movies made while the war was still in progress, it was a common trope to establish a character's anti-fascist credentials with a mention that he and it was always a "he" had fought in the Spanish Civil War on the Republican side. The most famous instance of this is Rick in Casablanca. After the war, the Red Scare arrived and Spanish Civil War veterans were branded as communist traitors.
As a result, this trope quickly disappeared from subsequent films about World War II. Despite the fact that World War II movies are still made in abundance and that there's much less of a stigma about Spanish Civil War veterans now, the trope of mentioning Spanish Civil War service to establish anti-fascist credentials appears to be well and truly dead. The Funny Animal hides in a fur coat or rug: A Running Gag in Golden Age cartoons and for some time beyond that featured an animal character using a fur coat generally a mink coat or rug usually a tiger or a bear as a means of hiding.
These were common sights in middle-class homes until the s another popular trope at the time was that of the wife tricking her husband in order to get money for a new coat , when the rising animal rights movement sparked a backlash, which coupled with that decade's economic changes made them unaffordable for anyone except rich people, and for that matter mostly limited to crass nouveau riche types.
Handmade scallop beanie hats were common in the early 20th century amongst working-class men, and evolved out of a trend to buy cheap second-hand felt fedoras as head protection from chemicals doing auto work. Creative people soon discovered they could customise them by turning them inside out and trimming off the brim with a scalloped or 'crown' effect, then adding buttons, grommets and patches to them.
This made them a popular accessory with teenage boys. Nowadays no-one knows what they are, except that they look ridiculous, and except for Inscription on the back in German: There is a special horror attached to the Third Reich, because those were 20 th century Europeans, Christians, and in many ways the smartest, most civilized people on Earth. But the Holocausts do not prove that Whites are worse than other people, just that they are no better.
The history of the Third Reich also proves that with the right formula of economic blowup, misery and humiliation, sparked by charismatic evil, no people are immune to such horror, at no time.
Our Norwegian correspondent The Observer sends his translation of an article and interview with two respectable high-profile Muslim leaders in Oslo, who have strongly negative opinions about Jews and the worldwide Jewish conspiracy.
A new trend seems to have developed in the Islamic community in Norway: It should also be pointed out that this is the same mosque that the Norwegian police apologized so profusely to last year for the fact that we have freedom of speech in Norway. The translated article from Dagsavisen:. Many Norwegians have a negative view on Islam due to Jewish domination of the media.
We are visiting Central Jamaat-e Ahl-e Sunnat, the mosque with the largest member base in Norway, to talk to its spiritual leader. The mosque was founded in and currently has more than 5, members. The Imam begins by explaining that all three heavenly religions, Judaism, Christianity and Islam, are sacred to them. Many people are unaware of this fact, says Sarwar.
Both of them believe that the school visits confirms their views that Norwegians in general have an inaccurate impression of Islam and Muslims. People are ignorant because they get their information from the media, and the media only write negatively about Islam.
Only a handful of people were behind the movie about Mohammed in the U. So who was financing them, who was backing them? A big tip of the Bodissey pickelhaube to our commenter Jolie Rouge, who has provided us with a brand new acronym.
Note the aggressor is not named other than by geographical location e. North Africa, Afghanistan and surprisingly the inclusion of Turkey. I think JIM could have great utility for our enterprise: Who will be the first major Western politician not counting Geert Wilders to break the greatest cultural taboo of our time, and mess around with JIM?
Yesterday a group of Al Qaeda terrorists assaulted a natural gas plant in Algeria and killed two foreigners while taking 41 other hostage.
Today Algerian special forces staged a helicopter raid on the plant, killing a number of the hostages — between six and 34, depending on whose figures you believe — in the process of taking out the terrorists. Among the foreign hostages were American, British, French, and Japanese nationals. In other news, Germany has begun repatriating its foreign gold reserves, which are stored in vaults in Paris, London, and the United States.
The following article tells a brief tale about immigrant-on-immigrant violence in Cologne, with Muslims of immigrant background dealing it out and Russian immigrants as victims.
It shows the attempts by a Turk to protect a Russian family and being killed for his trouble. The translated article from Quotenqueen:. Two criminal foreigners, free to terrorize their neighbors despite drug-related and violent crimes, killed a Turkish husband and father who tried to get them to behave.
It happened in a sector of the city called Bickendorf — a district notorious for years for immigrant violence and bordering on the thoroughly Islamized Ehrenfeld. But no one was killed. The Spanish government recently revoked his status as a political refugee in Spain, and he is due to be deported to Pakistan, where he will face the death penalty for blasphemy. There is currently a push to persuade the Canadian government to grant him and his family political asylum.
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Tasha Smith is a multifaceted actress whose work brings style and intensity to the subjects she plays on the big and small screens. Smith went on to co-star in the 1 box office film, Jumping The Broom.
However, her most significant role came a few years ago when she was appointed the first ever United Nations Youth Champion for the International Year of Youth. She is the Founder of GimmeMo, a multi-platform community that amplifies youth voices and supports organizations who are working to make the world better for young people. She went on to intern in the office of Senator Edward M. Kennedy on Capitol Hill. Edwina regularly travels the country speaking, teaching, and inspiring millennials, women, and leaders to uncover their purpose and live their dreams.
Learn more at www. The show is about a group of diverse students at a predominately-white Ivy League college, who must navigate various forms of racial and other types of discrimination. An acclaimed actor, singer, dancer and overall entertainer, Elijah Kelley is the true definition of a triple threat. Richard will next be seen in the upcoming Warner Brothers feature, Chips.
Richard is best known for his starring roles on Judging Amy, Terminator: His extensive television credits also include Narcos, American Horror Story: Townsend started out as an extra in movies and has since become a heralded actor, comedian, writer, director, producer, and cable network programming CEO. Never satisfied with his own success Townsend continues to overcome even greater obstacles and climb even bigger mountains in the entertainment industry.
How would one describe Robert Townsend? A talented actor, Hollywood trailblazer, passionate visionary, or just a regular guy seeking to make a difference, these are all phrases that apply to the multitalented entertainer. Townsend is the last of a rare breed of artists that scrutinizes every word and syllable that is expressed in his work.
Although busy as a performer and filmmaker, Robert always makes time to participate in humanitarian efforts and speak to various organizations around the world. As a longtime speaker for the United Negro College Fund and the NAACP, his concern for inner city youth takes him throughout the country to inspire young people to follow their dreams.
In addition, Robert shares his business expertise with various Fortune companies. Townsend has been affiliated with Family Foundation an organization created by Lowell and Michael Milken to recognize outstanding educators in the country, and stress to children the importance of education and respect for teachers. Looking to give back and make an even bigger imprint on the movie industry and the community as a whole, Robert Townsend has created his c 3 non-profit, The Robert Townsend Foundation, as a venue to inspire, create and fund new film content and set up a new distribution model.
What does Townsend want in the future? He simply wants to continue to create: In production currently, Brian has a major recurring role on Ray Donovan. A Boston native and son of a licensed financial consultant mother and professional basketball player father legend JoJo White of the Boston Celtics , White was instilled with the importance of both sports and education throughout his childhood.
In , due to an injury, White made the transition from professional athlete to investment broker. Later on, a chance meeting with an entertainment executive led him to leave the world of finance to begin a new career in modeling and eventually acting. He is also a founding partner of a full-service film, television and broadband production company based in Los Angeles, CA.
Los Angeles , and Castle , to name a few. TC Stallings Bio T. Stallings is a former professional athlete now finding success in film and television. After stunning football campaigns in both high school and college, T. Following his success in athletics, T. A relocation to California and three more film roles followed. Nine more films and several commercials would follow.
Since , TC has been busy as a bible teacher and keynote speaker at many events in and out of the country. TC is married to his college sweetheart, Levette Stallings. They have two children and live in Southern California. Malik Yoba has proven himself to be much more than what first meets the eye.
As an actor, writer, director, producer, musician, activist, educator, inspirational speaker, entrepreneur and author, Yoba tackles his quest to live a purpose filled life and not only entertain but also educate young people in communities across the world on the value of accountability, integrity and leadership.
Born in the South Bronx and later raised in Harlem NY, Yoba lives his life as an example to young people in inner cities across the country and abroad that those very streets, which breed, apathy, hatred and violence, can give birth to positive ideas and upward mobility. Shot by a stranger and left for dead at the age of 15, Yoba had already realized he had a passion and gift for moving others and raising consciousness.
That near death experience in high school solidified his belief in personal and social responsibility and spurred him toward a life of volunteerism, community activism, service and entrepreneurship. He also wrote, directed and starred in the BET. In Yoba co-founded iconic32, a lifestyle firm that specializes in brand strategy and marketing via pop culture and social good.
His responsibilities include business development, strategy, commercial directing and event production. He has co-written two musicals for stage: Respected among his peers in education and community activism, as a teenager he tutored kids in Harlem and taught theater. At the age of 20, Yoba worked with 13 New York City Public High Schools in a program called AIDP Attendance Improvement Dropout Prevention , in which he assessed students, faculty and parents needs in order to improve the quality, content and form of education, thereby improving attendance which was then presented to the Board of Education in a proposal for reform.
From the ages of 19 to 24, Yoba was a full time educator and worked with the City Kids Foundation, a multicultural NYC art based youth leadership organization. By the age of 23 his work had not gone unnoticed as he was appointed vice president of the organization and served from Yoba designed and facilitated workshops on leadership, diversity and inclusion, community organizing; conflict resolution, self- esteem building and occasionally performed with the City Kids Repertory Company. He is also a well sought after inspirational speaker and presents workshops to corporations, colleges, universities, churches and community organizations around topics ranging from Diversity and Inclusion, leadership, team building, mass incarceration reform and more.
For more information on the book, seminars, workshops, appearances or keynotes please contact his manager Kieran Maguire at kmaguire arlookgroup. Tom Allen is an award-winning filmmaker, writer and industry leader in faith market promotion through churches, dioceses, nonprofit associations, educational organizations, and family-friendly groups.
He is recognized as a first-mover in the effort to bring about the current renaissance of faith-oriented filmed entertainment. He executive produced and directed the multiple award-winning Champions of Faith sports films and is currently a partner at FrontGate Media www.
He began his entertainment industry career as founding senior editor of MovieMaker Magazine , and now works closely with leading entertainment, business, political, sports and church leaders to advance quality media products that espouse uplifting, hopeful themes. Media, a multi-faceted independent publicity company developing broad publicity campaigns as well as key relationships for clients in numerous areas. She continued to hone her craft starring in productions on Broadway, Off Broadway and At the major Regional companies across the nation.
Her film credits include: Wendy Calhoun is a series creator developing content at multiple digital and cable studios. Will Campbell is CEO of Quantasy, the Los Angeles-based creative services agency that creates social brand experiences that occur at the intersection of entertainment, advertising, technology, and culture.
Will also brings a rich knowledge of the entertainment space through his work with companies such as Disney, Buena Vista Pictures, and Universal Music. Pia Catton is the Editor-in-Chief of Dance. Previously, as a reporter at the Wall Street Journal from to , she covered the performing arts and nonprofit arts institutions.
In her six years at the newspaper, she served as a reporter, dance critic and features editor before editing the arts coverage. Johnson, whom she conducted research for her dissertation. Wanda Durant is a strong leader, advocate, and philanthropist whose passion is to help single mothers, women, and children. She began inspiring women, single mothers, and children to follow their dreams and set life goals.
The Wanda Durant Story. Wanda continues to travel the country as an inspirational speaker. Shawn Edwards is a journalist, pop culture guru and TV and film producer. He is a life-long lover of movies who began making his own films in the 7th grade. Julie Fairchild and team are the go-to publicity firm for theatrical films with a national distribution footprint and a faith or family perspective.
As co-founder of Lovell-Fairchild LoveChild Communications, Julie pioneered several of the grassroots film promotions now commonplace across niches. Across television, books, events and causes, at any stage, Julie helps shape project strategy and connect right people.
Matthew Faraci is the host of Frankly Faraci on Dove Channel and President of Inspire Buzz , a marketing agency specializing in the values audience, 52 million Americans actively seeking family-friendly entertainment. Beginning his career as a producer on the legendary political TV talk show The McLaughlin Group , Faraci has never lost his journalistic passion for a great story.
Faraci is a former political strategist who has served on more than 35 campaigns and on Capitol Hill, held leadership roles with three respected Washington, D. In his time as a journalist, Faraci produced award-winning TV shows and documentaries. Following his career in politics, Faraci played a leading role in creating several new enterprises with a focus on deploying highly-targeted grassroots strategies to reach family- friendly audiences.
During this time, he promoted a number of well-known, highly successful film and TV projects. In , Faraci returned to Los Angeles — where he had once tried his hand as a standup comedian — from the East Coast and founded Inspire Buzz with a singular focus on delivering the values audience, one-in-three U. In , Dove Channel approached him with the idea to create and host an inspiring series designed to break new ground in entertainment. The show is currently in its first season with season two in the works, in addition to a weekly Podcast by the same name.
Frankly Faraci has already earned rave reviews and broad media coverage, as well as a growing following across the country. He oversees Operations and Business Development efforts for the firm. He advises high net worth clients, entertainers, and professional athletes on a wide array of personal and business financial matters. Previously, she sat on boards for Man Jr. As soon as she met Denver there, she had a vision that he would change the city and that her husband must befriend him.
Their story, immortalized in the New York Times best-selling book, Same Kind of Different As Me , inspires people to take off their racial, social, and economic blinders in order to find common ground. All this changed in as a result of an encounter with a homeless man who was threatening to kill everyone in sight in the homeless shelter where Ron and his wife Deborah had begun to volunteer two weeks earlier. They had gone there as a result of her prophetic dream they would meet a homeless man who would confound them with his wisdom.
The word of mouth hit became a New York Times platinum bestseller and stayed on the list for more than three and a half years. While in Houston, Texas in to buy municipal bonds, he met an art dealer whose envious lifestyle caused Ron to rethink his career.
Within a month, banking took a back seat to art dealing, thus launching a successful career buying and selling museum quality masterpieces in major countries around the world. His new book,The Poopsie Chronicles: American Dreams and Fine Art Schemes, spins many humorous and unbelievable tales from behind the scenes of the highfalutin art world.
In connection with his travels across the nation raising awareness and funds for the homeless, Ron has received numerous awards and recognitions. In , President Bush appointed Ron to the State Department Cultural Property Committee to advise the President on diplomatic matters regarding international art and antiquities.
He served through December In , Paramount Pictures announced a film adaptation of the book with the same name. The film will release on October Oakland native Ri-Karlo Handy began working in the film industry at the very young age of Starting off as a production assistant, he hustled his way up to director by the age of 18, helming music videos for Master P, Bone-Thugs and Harmony, Mack 10, and countless others. Currently, Ri-Karlo is President of a new company, Sunwise Media and Distribution, and is looking forward to this new chapter.
Holland began her career at CAA in after interning for the company in the summer of Dwayne Johnson-Cochran is a writer, producer, director and educator based in Los Angeles.
Born and raised in Chicago, Johnson-Cochran trained as ageologist at the University of Illinois at Chicago,worked for an oil company briefly until he found his true calling as a filmmaker. The film aired to record high ratings in Feb Johnson began his career in entertainment as an intern at CAA, and subsequently founded The Mission Entertainment, a management and production company. He was previously a manager atGenerate. He joined CAA in Marcus King has a reputation for catapulting entertainers into international success and being an executive producer with a golden touch especially in television and music.
A well-respected name in the entertainment industry especially urban comedy and the RnB world , Marcus King has a love for comedy, music and entertainment. He has most notably managed the triple threat, Jamie Foxx into stardom. One of the most impressive accomplishments for King is that he is the only black manager in conjunction with partner Jaime King to manage an actor Foxx who was honored with an Academy award for Best Actor.
His name has been behind award winning television series, Grammy winning albums, critically acclaimed T. As an executive producer, Marcus King has a long list of credits that attest to his consistent ability to create noteworthy television shows, movies, music and live events for over 25 years. King has also been called on to produce many Comedy Specials for television.
King has a golden touch in creating and transforming projects from obscurity to prominence as he partners with networks to create sustainable entertainment. His projects also span to Television Movies, which includes the critically acclaimed, Redemption: King also plays a prominent role in the radio world. He created and co-owned the only black comedy radio channel in the world: Foxxhole Radio on Sirius XM.
The radio station serves as a hub for comedians and lovers of comedy and has cultivated a reputation for interactive engagement with radio remotes and coverage of live events and shows. As a manager, Marcus King, is infamous for building artists into profitable brands that delight and engage international audiences.
With an eye on strategic vision and a focus on creating high value entertainment he partners with the best of the best. Marcus King has also been a strong presence in the music industry aside from being a manager. His work has included the Grammy winning record he executive produced with Jamie Foxx Blame It , and executive producing a record for the legendary Ronald Isley Mr. King continues to fuse his passion for urban comedy and community into his projects. The Foxxhole is a forum for comedians to showcase their talents and an arena for conversations in the urban community.
He is currently executive producer of the BET show Apollo Live , now in its second season, which revives the classic Harlem-based show in a new light. With a penchant for creating successful shows and nurturing the long-term vision for them—and a focus on giving back to the community, King represents the best that the film and television industry has to offer.
Over three decades as a producer, director, executive, and media disrupter, Jon Klein has won every major broadcast honor including multiple Emmys, Peabodies, and DuPont-Columbia awards. In Jon launched The FeedRoom, a pioneering online video aggregator that became one of the largest streaming sites in the world. She has worked on high profile brand programs integrating with top entertainment properties, including The Celebrity Apprentice , The Amazing Race , and the music group Maroon 5.
Most recently, Leshawnda was featured in Black Enterprise. With a passion for storytelling, Leshawnda served as an executive producer of Jerico, an independent film, which premiered at Cannes Pan African Film Festival in Cannes, France. The film won a total of 13 awards at multiple film festivals around the world. She is also a featured co-author in the Amazon best-selling book Shift Happens: Sharon Liggins is a communications strategist with extensive experience in managing dynamic PR campaigns for creative visionaries with ground-breaking, fan-favorite content airing across a variety of platforms, including broadcast, cable and digital outlets.
She also honed her skills at the independent agency DVG Communications. Besides her executive roles, Ms. Liggins has been a committed member of the Television Academy. She has served two terms on the board of governors representing the Public Relations peer group. She also co-chaired the Diversity Committee, producing events with the mandate of raising awareness of diversity issues to Academy members.
Additionally, she is a member of The Television Academy Honors committee, which recognizes programs that tackle social issues and use television as a forum advocate for social change.
She holds a B. Prior to filmmaking, Janice has had an extensive career as a journalist. She is a Los Angeles Institute for the Humanities fellow.
Based in the DC Metropolitan area, her firm specializes in complex civil and criminal litigation, crisis management and communications, and new business incorporation and development. She hosted the radio show, Breathe Through It with Monique Pressley, a webcast listened to weekdays around the world. Originally from Galveston, Texas, Monique received her B.
Prior to law school, Monique served on the U. Congressional staffs of Rep. Jack Brooks and Rep. Nancy Lovell belongs to Lovell-Fairchild Communications, the match. Darrell Miller, Chair of the Entertainment Department at Fox Rothschild LLP and Office Managing Partner of the Los Angeles offices, has more than two decades of entertainment law and deal-making experience, with an emphasis on the creation of multiple streams of income for clients with high brand equity through cross-promotion of film, television, music, theatre, multimedia, and licensing opportunities.
His first book, The 16th Minute of Fame: He is a graduate of Georgetown University Law Center and frequent speaker on the business of entertainment. Michele moved to Los Angeles, where she directed the following acclaimed documentary features, and was nominated for an Academy Award: She is one of the leading creative forces in television and media today. Prior to this role, Ms. Among CMO's crowning triumphs was a partnership with music icon and businessman Jay-Z to produce the first of its kind, direct-to-video movie soundtrack The Streets Is Watching.
Sitarah Pendelton-Eaglin is a multi-talented creative executive with over 20 years experience in alternative and reality programming. A seasoned television veteran, she has worked as both an Executive Producer and Network Executive on award-winning game shows, music programming, comedy and reality docuseries.
Sarah has been a part of the industry for more than 20 years. After relocating to the West Coast she worked on her first television project: Talk about being thrown into the fire!! She had the great pleasure of working on a broad range of programming including projects involving Foodies in Napa, Beauty Queens, Ghosts in Scotland and sliming Tom Cruise!
Sarah landed at 44 Blue in as a Line Producer. She quickly realized that 44 Blue was a place she wanted to stay and call home. In she was asked to join the corporate staff as the Executive in Charge of Production. Sarah has worked hard to become an expert in all aspects of physical production including finance, legal, talent negotiations, budgeting, cost analysis, tax incentives, vendor negotiations, line producing, production management, post-production, insurance and HR.
From big budget to shoestring budget, she has done it all. Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Arenas, Santiago Pozo is considered one of the foremost authorities in the advertising world for marketing entertainment and film to U. In Pozo founded Arenas, the largest and most recognized Latino company in Hollywood, specializing in marketing motion pictures and television. His box office hit Empire, starring John Leguizamo and Denise Richards, broke box office records in the US for a movie that opened in less than theaters.
Other titles owned by Arenas include: In recognition of his accomplishments, Pozo has received many awards and honors during his career: Not only does she deftly manage the multi-layered responsibility of hosting and producing live red carpet events, but she has a unique ability to connect with guests one-on-one and holds her own as a pop culture expert on multiple platforms, including TV.
And she satisfies her community responsibility by producing content for BlackWomenLead whose mission is to amplify the voice of Black Women and inspire them to harness their political power for election and beyond. Blessed with an eye for talent and a gift for spotting a diamond in the rough, Reed has had a hand in the careers of many and is known for, among other things, her ability to bring budding stars into their own brilliance for the world to appreciate.
During his 20 plus years as an entertainment journalist, Robertson authored over 50 national magazine covers; his byline has appeared regularly for publications, including the LA Times , the Atlanta Journal Constitution , Fortune , and EBONY magazines.
He has edited three successful anthologies, including Not in My Family: Robertson earned a bachelor of arts degree in political science from Cal State Los Angeles. Currently, Franklin creates and deploys strategies that connect denominational, ministry and organizational leaders with the power and influence of theatrical and streaming media.
He is an innovative leader with extensive experience in commerce and ministry. As a result of leading a number of national and international initiatives for various organizations, he has developed a proficiency in multiple aspects of leadership and executive relationships.
As a consummate communicator, Franklin is an articulate and dynamic speaker, who is comfortable delivering a presentation to an individual, small group, audience of thousands or on the set of Christian television. His speaking journey has found him presenting keynote messages and presentations to leading companies such as Mercedes Benz, Microsoft and Frito Lay plus a multitude of ministry conferences and churches. He currently resides in Los Angeles, CA. She began to embark on a life-changing journey of self-awareness.
In , Bre founded her first company; a collection of hand poured scented soy candles, which she coyly named BrVelle, a mixture of her first and middle name. Bre has channeled her own need for peace and spiritual connection into a contributive practice for students alike. Bre passionately shares her practice through Liberation Prison Yoga, a non-for profit organization that provides yoga for women, men, youth and officers affected by the prison system.
The peace workshop offers fellowship; realistic tools and resources practitioners can apply to their own personal practice. Today, Bre offers her experience, strength and hope in various seminars and workshops to help men, women and adolescences begin to heal, forgive and love wholeheartedly. Social entrepreneur, fashion designer, executive producer, actor, and activist, Angela Simmons is an emerging leader and voice to her generation.
The aspiring creative leader has launched a faux fur line named Foofi, inspired by her desire to provide an alternative to real fur. The reality TV star is also returning to television this fall on a show that reveals her business endeavors and is also co-starting in Supermodel , an upcoming feature film with Tyson Bedford. With over 20 years of Entertainment and Television experience, Endyia Kinney-Sterns is an accomplished television producer and network executive.
The Way It Is. As Founder and CEO of EKS Consulting Firm, a highly sought after development consulting company, Kinney-Sterns offers development and programming strategy direction for networks and production companies. Amber Nelon Thompson, granddaughter of Rex Nelon and daughter of Kelly Nelon Clark, is doing her part to continue the family legacy in Christian music.
Her acting career began as a child doing all the Gaither Homecoming Kids Video series. Currently, Amber tours with The Nelons all around the world. She is heavily involved in the fast-growing, grassroot community of Virtual and Augmented Reality creators and developers.
She helped launch Kaleidoscope VR in Los Angeles — a Virtual Reality film festival that features groundbreaking, indie content in the space. Vargas has optioned her Y. Vargas is also writing and producing two VR projects based on her original IPs, one of which she is producing with The Rogue Initiative.
Vargas was born in the Bronx and learned to tell stories at the dinner table with her family where the imagination ruled. Talitha Watkins is an Executive in the Lifestyle group at leading entertainment and sports agency Creative Artists Agency. Kiyah Wright is a TWO-Time, Emmy Award winning celebrity hairstylist whose genius has not only set the precedent for image making, but has redefined the appearance of sexy, successful and confident women around the world.
As a highly sought after beauty and style trendsetter and recipient of a Hollywood Beauty Award and Golden Scissor Award, Kiyah draws much of her inspiration from her deep love of fashion when creating her signature hair designs and transforming the image of her clients. As a Clairol Professional Ambassador she continues to inspire with cutting edge developments.
She has established her mark in the industry and has made groundbreaking achievements and this is just the beginning. Blige and Faith Evans. Here, she began mastering the arts of style, color, cuts, hair weaving and full imaging. The buzz around Kiyah spread like wildfire, and her list of distinguished clients began to expand further with stars such as Tyra Banks, Kerry Washington, Ciara, Laverne Cox, Jennifer Hudson Iggy Azalea, Brandy, Gabrielle Union and more, all hiring her to glamorize their tresses.
Alongside her remarkable work schedule, Kiyah still manages to remain loyal to her client base in Los Angeles at her Beverly Hills salon. Teddy Zee is one of the most visible champions of Chinese and Asians in Hollywood. In addition to film and entertainment, Zee has built an active advisory and consulting practice that spans media, technology and commerce while bridging Hollywood with China and Asia.
Zee is a venture partner in Xcelerate Limited , an investment platform focused on building lifestyle companies in China and Asia and the affiliated Magic Concepts Asia. Zee is Executive Advisor for Oben , an AI start-up with proprietary voice and visual software that humanizes technology. Other companies he advises include: Other companies that he has advised include Meitu , the Chinese photo and video app company has downloads to almost one billion unique devices and their video platform Meipai has more than million users after debuting in May ; ThinOptics , a startup that delivers lightweight and durable reading glasses that store on the back of smartphone cases; Starmaker, a tech driven media company focused on music and discovering new stars; and Ooyala , a leading online video platform company acquired by Telstra.
Zee managed a successful marketing, promotions and licensing collaboration between Chinese fashion retailer Semir and Marvel Studios on Iron Man 2. Zee was executive producer of the Asian Excellence Awards that was broadcast on E! He is a member of: As a member of Committee of , he co-founded the Leadership and Mentoring Program.
Both shows remain in worldwide syndication, consistently reinforcing her place as a global, pop culture icon. Among her diverse talents, Kim Fields has proven to be an award-winning director, as well as a successful filmmaker and producer. Her marriage to Christopher L. Brad Tiemann born July 21, is an American filmmaker who produces, directs, and writes, writes feature films, short films, episodic television, and music videos.
His short film, Owl Farm, about the alter ego of Hunter S. Immediately following Circle, Tiemann helped create, direct, and produced the feature-length documentary The Buried Life, it caught national attention and was acquired by MTV to be made into a television series. Tiemann directed two seasons of the groundbreaking documentary series, which resulted in a front page article in the New York Times and an episode of the Oprah Winfrey Show. Married to the Army: Alaska took a deeper look into the lives of seven families and their sacrifices of deployment in Afghanistan.
The series showcases the real women of Boston, featuring the day-to-day life of four tough, hard-as-nails women who juggle family, work, and relationships, all while remaining true to their way of life. In Tiemann produced another inspirational feature documentary, Drop In, that followed paraplegic Jeremy McGhee on dangerous and exciting adventures teaching us that nothing should stop anyone from realizing their goals. Tiemann went on in and to help create, produce, and direct the animated comedy Greatest Party Story Ever.
Tiemann, along with its founder and former president of National Geographic Network, Howard T Owens, helped with the inception of the company in addition to building its development slate. Director and producer Reginald Hudlin is a pioneer of the modern black film movement, helming some of the most influential films and TV series of his generation. Hudlin was also an executive producer and writer of the animated TV series Black Panther and executive producer of The Boondocks.
Along with the original founding members, Hudlin revived the beloved comic book company Milestone Media. A multi-talented Director, Producer, and Screenwriter. Webber is an independent filmmaker born in Halifax, Nova Scotia in and was raised in Montreal, Canada. He quickly gained notoriety racking up multiple awards for his work on both commercials and feature films. A compelling story about second chances, forgiveness, and redemption.
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