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August 2014

Praise Report

A spiritual inspired Gospel based Music Magazine showcase with interviews and live performances of Gospel artists

By Mark Nesbitt

Sundays at 7am

 

Philly 311

Talk Show highlighting City Government and the organizations that comprise it. The first epsiodes feature topics such as Open Data, Community Life Improvement, Recreation & Enterprise Architecture.

Sundays 7:30am

 

BlackStar Film Festival 2014 Panels

BlackStar Film Festival is the only event of its kind in Philadelphia—a celebration of cinema focused on work by and about people of African descent -

PhillyCAM features BlackStar 2014 panel discussions Saturdays at 12:30pm in Sept.

 

Crossover:

This panel will explore the intersection between the film and music industries from music videos, television programming, advertising, and artists/executives whose careers span both worlds. Panelists include: Sherwood Herndon (Wu-Tang manager & film executive producer), Angela Northington (Revolt TV), Jeymes Samuel (They Die By Dawn and musical artist The Bullitts), and Layne Eskridge (Executive for A Very Good Production company)

Composing for film:

Though we might think of film as an essentially visual experience it would be remiss to underestimate the importance of a soundtrack. The right soundtrack can intensify emotions and provide a swift rhythm for its audience. This panel will focus on exploring the musical elements while providing insights on composition through professional growth and development.

Panelists include King Britt and invited guests. Moderated by Rodney Whittenberg.

With 

IfYouBuildItFilmTalkback

PhillyCAM is joined by Producer Christine O'Malley to discuss her latest documentary project "If You Build It" a part of Film Forward Project.

 

 

 

Izzy Won’t Sign

A young man sells his soul to the devil & through divine intervention escapes the trap

By Chanta Barrett

Saturdays at noon in September

 

The Internet's Own Boy

Depicts the life of American computer programmer, writer, political organizer and Internet activist Aaron Swartz. It features interviews with his family and friends as well as the internet luminaries who worked with him. The film tells his story up to his eventual suicide after a legal battle, and explores the questions of access to information and civil liberties that drove his work.

Director: Brian Knappenberger

Saturdays at 11pm in September