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Cinema Scope with Genevieve
Fridays 4:30 pm - 5:00 pm

Genevieve Trainor, a professional actor and PR and marketing expert, chats with a range of entertainment industry experts from around the world who share "insider insights" that demystify the industry and help with the economic development of our communities. On the last Friday of every month, Dr. James Wysong, Dean of Arts and Design at SFCC, and Milton Reiss, Co-Chair of the Film Department at SFCC, discuss everything from how culture impacts film and vice versa to their love of the sci-fi genre.

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  • Director and Producer Lois Lipman of First We Bombed New Mexico, the story Oppenheimer doesn't tell
  • Mark is an independent filmmaker working on his second feature documentary film about a captivating artist who has made a difference. His first feature documentary, Awakening in Taos, was inspired by Mabel Dodge Luhan’s work and he is currently developing a feature dramatic film on her memoir Edge of Taos Desert: An Escape to Reality. Awakening in Taos was narrated by actor/activist Ali MacGraw and is currently being broadcast nationwide over PBS stations. The success of Awakening in Taos inspired us to produce Man of Many Colors.
  • This week on CinemaScope host, Nazneen Akhtar Rahim interviews filmmaker Jennifer Takaki, photographer Corky Lee, & writer, director, and producer Holly Adams.
  • About the film: The Hard R is a film that explores cultural appropriation of Black culture. A white drug runner's cultural appropriation is called out by his black partner when they are on a drug run that goes wrong and leads to unintended consequences.
  • In this episode, Cinema Scope guest host and actor, writer and producer Jamie H. Jung is speaking with When Angels Fear director, writer and co-producer Peter DeAnello and the film's stars, Harper Frawley and Louie DeAnello.
  • Guest host Jamie H. Jung and actor and filmmaker Bree Klauser discuss disability empowerment in the film industry
  • Ross Kagan Marks is an award-winning director best known for directing WALKING WITH HERB, THE TWILIGHT OF THE GOLDS and HOMAGE. His other credits include THE HEART OUTRIGHT, FOWL, TARRANT COUNTY, SHOWDOWN ON RIO ROAD, FLUFF and PRINCESS, which was on the short list for the Academy Award live-action shorts. His films have won awards at the Sundance Film Festival, Chicago International Film Festival, Cleveland International Film festival and festivals throughout the world. He is a graduate of the American Film Institute and a member of the Writers Guild. The Executive Director and founder of the Las International Film Festival, Ross teaches at New Mexico State University.
  • In this episode, host Genevieve Trainor is speaking with Kyiv-based producer and cinematographer Andrii Kotliar, a member of one of Ukraine’s biggest production companies, Babylon’13. Andrii and Babylon’13 produced recent genre-bending documentary Iron Butterflies, which premiered at Sundance 2023 and examines Russia’s 2014 downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 over Eastern Ukraine. The flight killed all 298 people on board, and Russia was never officially held accountable. We’re discussing the importance of film in fighting propaganda. Watch full Babylon’13 films, including some with English subtitles, on their YouTube:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrJIIeADD45RsffK2yYgmSw Learn about Babylon’13: https://babylon13.org.ua/?lang=en
  • Tony Doupé is a SAG-AFTRA actor and producer with an MFA from the California Institute of the Arts. A successful actor for over 34 years in LA, New Orleans, and Seattle, he has been teaching and coaching actors for 25 years, both privately and at the college level. He currently serves as the Film/Theatre Department Chair, at Shoreline Community College.
  • Lisa Zambetti is a casting director, known for the long-running crime drama series Criminal Minds as well as independent films and video game casting.