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Anna Dewdney at the Library of Congress Book Fest

Anna Dewdney, author of the popular Llama llama series, talks breaking into the industry, balancing writing with motherhood, and advising aspiring writers.

Anna Dewdney write, sketches, paints, and raised two children, all while living 'in a big old house in Vermont with two scruffy dogs'.  She is very open about the hard work and persistence it takes to break into the publishing world( it took her 20 years before finally convince someone to publish her own work).  She is the author of the popular Llama llama series, her newest title Llama Llama Time to Share.  

Tue
30
Oct
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Annie Barrows at the Library of Congress Book Fest

Annie Barrows, author of the Ivy and Bean series, discusses her latest installment, becoming a better but not faster writer, and some of the advantages and disadvantages of co-authoring a book. 

 

Annie Barrows grew up in Northern California and graduated from the University of California at Berkley (with a degree in medieval history no less!).  She is the author of the New York Times best-selling Ivy and Bean series, and co-author of the New York Times best-seller The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society

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Jeff Toobin at the Library of Congress National Book Festival

Jeff Toobin, CNN analyst and author of 5 books, discusses routine, the digital age, family history and media coverage.

 

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27
Sep
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50th New York Film Festival

The 2012 New York Film Festival marks the 50th anniversary of the prestigious event, and they really are throwing out all the stops.  The 16-day event starts of with a bang; boasting the world premiere of Ang Lee's highly anticipated adaptation Life of Pi.  And that's just the beginning: things really start to get fun with a Princess Bride cast reunion (thanks to the help of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences!); tributes to Nicole Kidman and program director Richard Pena (who is stepping down after 25 years, but not before elevating the film society to a year round organization co-sponsoring dozens of festivals throughout the year); dialogues with HBO directors Noah Baumbach, Brian De Palma, Abbas Kiarostami, David Chase, and Robert Zemeckis; views from the avant-garde (some of the most influential experimental films over the years) including Raul Ruiz's The Blind Owl, Jeff Preiss' Stop,  and films by/about Peter Kubelka; restorations/reviva

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09
Sep
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Neil Berkeley and Wayne White at the Silverdocs 2012 Festival

Review by Christie Mcdonald

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07
Sep
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Fred Schepisi director of "Eye of the Storm" at the River Run Film Festival

Fred Schepisi talks big name actors,  his directing style, and how he fell into the industry at the RiverRun Film Festival.                                                                          

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21
Aug
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Mark Morales,, Inker at Marvel Comics and Harvey Award Winner

Indiezone.tv’s Rachael McOwen talks to Mark Morales, artist for Marvel Comics, about his favorite comic, winning the Harvey Award, drawing as a child, his addiction at a young age, and what’s coming next at the 2011 Baltimore Comic Con. 

 

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21
Aug
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Dan Didio "Co-Publisher of DC Comics"

Kirstin Holly Smith and Indiezone.tv find themselves at the New York Comic Con with Dan Dido, Co-publisher of DC Comics, talking book launches, surprises, threaded storyline, meeting the fans, accessibility to the masses, the digital platform, and building the future. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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21
Aug
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Filip Sablik "Publisher of Top Cow"

Rachael McOwen and Indiezone.tv talk to publisher of Top Cow Filip Sablick at the 2011 Baltimore Comic Con about the 15th anniversary of ‘The Darkness’, the series ‘Artifacts’, the process of turning a comic book into a video game/film, etc., how to find the right partnership, other Harvey-nominated series, and coming home to Baltimore.  

 

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