TV Programming Spotlight: June 2017

Here's what's new on PhillyCAM. Discover recent specials & series.
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Kickin it wit Bobbi
Kickin it wit Bobb

Host Bobbi A Bordley is Kickin it wit 12 year old West Philadelphia rapper The Phresh Princess down at Dave & Busters and at The Phresh Princess 1st annual Pump for Yoni  event... 

Produced by: Tasha Hopkins
Wednesdays at 5:30pm
New Series
Who Wants to Star in a Movie?
Who Wants to Star in a Movie

A new talent competition show, where actors and actresses perform 60-90 seconds of their best monologue in front of judges for a chance to star in their own Movie. 

 

Created By: AT SoundZ
Saturdays at 1:30pm through October
Animal Court
Animal Court

Dramatic puppet show about ,the day that the Animals of the world put humanity on trial for eating meat and  other crimes against animals.

Produced by: Exavier Wardlaw
Saturdays at 2:30 pm in June
AFSC Centennial
AFSC

Summit for Peace & Justice:

Keynote Speaker - Oscar Arias, two-time President of Costa Rica and1987 Nobel Laureate applying the lessons garnered from the Central American Peace Process to topics of current global debate.

Produced with PhillyCAM
Presented by American Friends Service Committee
Saturdays at 3pm in June
Closet Doors
Closet Doors

This is a short film written in poetic form. A young woman minister returns home to be with her family, yet she finds herself with an internal wrestle of who she is verses who she must BE.

Produced by: Dasha Saintremy
Saturdays at 7:00pm in June
Martha Graham Cracker Cabaret
Martha Graham Cracker Cabaret

"Full Access"
Hairy-chested, fake eyelash-laden alter-ego of thespian Dito Van Reigersberg performs a balls-to-the-wall drag cabaret. Backed by her stellar band, Martha teams up with FringeArts & Art-Reach to present a radically accessible concert.

This landmark performance will include accessible accommodations, enabling people with disabilities to experience the force of nature that is Martha Graham Cracker.  These accommodations include:
ASL (American sign language interpreters) live on-stage, signing Martha’s every word,
CART (Computer Aided Real-Time) Captioning, words visible on screen for people with hearing loss, and Audio description, which provides live descriptions of the show’s action for people who are blind or visually impaired.

Produced with PhillyCAM
Saturdays at 7:30pm in June
The Tea Man
TeaMan

Two life-long mid-life crisis friends decide to rob banks.  With the help of an ex-con who had 25 years to think about how to get it just right...what could possibly go wrong?

Produced by: Joe Carlin
Saturdays at 11:30pm in June
God’s Kingdom TV
God's Kingdom

Christian new information of the word of God

Produced by: Priscillah Mushi
Sundays at 7am in June
Answering the Call to Service
Lutheran Settlement

The Mark Hudson Story helps shine a light on the important &  frequently overlooked issue of men experiencing domestic violence

 

Produced by Lutheran Settlement House
In partnership with Mark Hudson’s family, Lunchbox Communications & Sheller Fdtn
Sundays at 4:00pm in June
TLC: Trauma Informed Care
TLC

Digital Storytelling 

A conversation presented by the Technology and Learning Collaborative about trauma informed care and digital storytelling. 

Featuring Antoine Haywood, Chip Alfred and Lisa Nelson-Haynes.

Produced with PhillyCAM
Presented by the Technology and Learning Collaborative
Sundays at 4:05pm in June
Phila. Ind. Film Awards 2017

Created by Floyd Marshall & Directed by Angelique Marshall to recognize the Excellence & diversity of filmmakers & to tap into a vast array of talent, the mission is to showcase exceptional yet often overlooked  talented film creators.

Produced by Walter Wimberly
Tuesdays at 5:30pm Part 1 in June, Part 2 in July
Two Thirds Films Part 2
Two Thirds Films Part 2

Features the narrative “It Gets Complicated” and sketch comedy piece “I’ll Taste Humor”

Produced by: Tyreece Powell
Saturdays at 6:30pm in June
Phila. Jazz Project Presents
Philadelphia Jazz Project Presents

Polished Brass: Pop Up Concert

Spontaneous Musical Combustion

At The Reading Terminal Market, featuring the debut of Polished Brass Ensemble performing a Francis Johnson composition, arranged by musician/educator, Jay Fluellen.

 

Produced with PhillyCAM
Saturdays at 7:15 pm in June

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