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Monday, July 20, 2009

It's the Stories You Tell that Color Your Life



This book will help you find the courage to follow your dreams and create your own reality.

Until You Walk the Path: Numerologist Alison Baughman



Until You Walk the Path, You don’t know where it goes will be hosting numerologists, Alison Baughman 5 pm on July 26 at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/theresachaze . She will not only be giving readings, but also explaining how numerology can give us insights into our lives and destinies.
Alison Baughman is a professional Numerologist, author, lecturer, frequent radio show guest and the host of “Visible By Numbers”, a weekly talk radio show about Numerology on BBS Radio. On “Visible By Numbers’ which airs Monday’s at 5 PM PST, Alison does amazing accurate on-air readings, interviews of fascinating guests, as well as teaches her listening audience how to use Numerology in their everyday life.


www.VisibleByNumbers.com
www.GetHisNumber.com
"Visible By Numbers" at www.BBSRADIO.com

Alison first discovered Numerology as a child and has been reading as a professional for over 9 years for people across the United States on a weekly basis. Besides a lifelong study of Numerology, Alison has continued her studies with a wide range of Metaphysical subjects such as Palmistry, Astrology, Chakras, Meditation, Qigong.

Tune at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/theresachaze on July 26 at 5 pm eastern to listen to Alison Baughman talk about numerology. Those who wish to speak to Alison Baughman may call in at (347) 324-3745. Free phone calls through Skype as well as an interactive chat room will be available on the show’s page.

Friday, July 17, 2009

Until You walk the path: Past life Regression

Until you Walk the Path, You Won’t know Where it Goes will be host Certified Hypnotist and Past life specialist Tanya Douglas on 5 pm eastern July 19 at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/theresachaze

Tanya Douglas wants you to find out who you were, are and can be! She's an internationally recognized and Certified Hypnotist who specializes in Past Life Regression. The star of Past Lives, Present Lessons on Empower Radio, Tanya brings years of experience to share with her worldwide audience each Wednesday at 8pm EST/5pm PST . This fourth generation intuitive is also schooled in distance meditation healing and Spiritual Coaching. Tanya is also the founder of Michigan Haunted and Paranormal Investigations.

Tune at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/theresachaze on July 19 at 5 pm eastern to listen to Tanya Douglas about past life regression. Those who wish to speak to Tanya Douglas may call in at (347) 324-3745. Free phone calls through Skype as well as an interactive chat room will be available on the show’s page.

Monday, July 13, 2009

2009 Traverse City Film Festival: Film Listings, Internships, Film Classes, Panel Disccusions

Celebrating its fifth year, the Traverse City Film Festival will run from July 28 through August 2. From the opening night film "Troubled Water" to the closing with "Julie & Julia” this year’s films will feature both national and international films of all genres. In addition to the regular panel discussions with industry professionals and internships, this year the festival will be offering film classes. To read the list of movies being shown during the festival http://www.traversecityfilmfest.org/tixSYS/2009/filmguide/. Tickets go on sale to the public Saturday July 18 and may be purchased by calling the Box Office at 231-946-3731. Those wishing to volunteer for the festival can sign up at http://www.traversecityfilmfest.org/volunteer/

To learn more about the internships available to apply go to http://www.traversecityfilmfest.org/about/?page=internships

Panel Discussions

Wednesday, July 29
40 Years of Documentary Filmmaking
It's been 40 years since Woodstock, 20 years since "Roger & Me," and great documentaries continue to be made. Again this year, some of the best films in the festival are documentaries -- and you should see the great docs we couldn't fit onto the festival schedule! We are fortunate to have with us here in Traverse City some of the world's top documentary filmmakers. They will talk about the history of their craft and the world and times in which they work.
Aung Htun ("Burma VJ")
Joe Berlinger ("Crude")
Cathal Black ("Learning Gravity")
Jim Czarnecki ("Soundtrack for a Revolution")
Michelle Esrick ("Saint Misbehavin': The Wavy Gravy Movie")
Emily Kunstler ("William Kunstler: Disturbing the Universe")
Kevin McMahon ("Waterlife")
Michael Moore ("Roger & Me")

Thursday, July 30
Palestine and Vine
There's a whole new crop of films coming out of the West Bank and Gaza, and we are proud to have two of the best films of the year on this festival's schedule: "Rachel" and "Salt of This Sea." Palestinian film had a watershed year in 2009, sending the world cinematic voices we rarely get to hear in the US. Rachel Corrie's parents, Craig and Cindy, and Palestinian filmmakers Annemarie Jacir and Ossama Bawardi ("Salt of This Sea") will talk about making great art out of hard stuff.

Friday, July 31
Michigan Film Office Advisory Council Meeting
Interested in the Michigan Film Industry? Want to learn more about how the incentives are working to bring film development in Michigan? We're bringing the bi-monthly meeting of the Governor's Michigan Film Office Advisory Council right into the City Opera House so that you can take a look at how government moves. The Council will conduct their business in a public session, and then take questions from the audience at the meeting's conclusion. See some of the brightest stars in Michigan's film world in action and find out if they can make a governmental meeting dramatic.
Emery C. King, Chair
Bill Black
Bob Brown
Jim Burnstein
Xenia E. Castillo-Hunter
Hopwood DePree
Marcia Fishman
Cory Jacobson
Danialle Karmanos
Sue Marx
Tim Magee
Michael Moore
William P. O'Reilly
Marc L. Prey
Janet Lockwood, Director of the Michigan Film Office

Saturday, August 1
Comedy, American Style
Most years we have to struggle to find great comedies to include in the festival line up. Although it initially looked grim, we ended up with more than our fair share of great funny films for our Firefighter Jury to judge. Enjoy an hour or two talking about laughing with some of the filmmakers who lift us out of our national malaise and kick us in the keister.
Robert Byington ("Harmony and Me," "Registered Sex Offender")
Larry Charles ("Bruno")
Jeff Garlin ("Curb Your Enthusiasm")
Ben Steinbauer ("Winnebago Man")
Wavy Gravy

Sunday, August 2
Paul Mazursky Talks
The Traverse City Film Festival is deeply honored to have the great filmmaker Paul Mazursky in person at the festival this year. After screenings of some of his best films at the festival this year ("Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice," "An Unmarried Woman," "Enemies, A Love Story"), Paul Mazursky will talk with Jeff Garlin about a life in the movies.

TCFF Film School 2009
Announcing our first "TCFF Film School" to be held Wednesday through Sunday during film fest week from 1 to 4 pm in the CenterPointe building's fourth floor 100-seat auditorium at 12935 S West Bay Shore Drive (2.5 miles NW of the State Theatre on the water, free and easy parking). Admission is only $3 a day, and students of all ages (from junior high to the golden years) are welcome. Tickets for the film school are on sale now. (Students, if you have a problem with transportation, just email scott@traversecityfilmfestival.org.)

Wednesday, July 29
Session 1: Screenwriting
Jim Burnstein ("Ruffian," "Renaissance Man") is one of the few working Hollywood screenwriters living in Michigan. Burnstein heads the Screenwriting Program at the University of Michigan Department of Screen Arts & Cultures, and will share his stories about working in the loneliest area of the filmmaking biz.

Thursday, July 30
Session 2: Documentary 101
Kevin McMahon, Director, "Waterlife"Canadian director Kevin McMahon edited two hundred hours of footage that he shot all over the Midwest to create his TCFF09 documentary about the state of our Great Lakes. He will take time during his stay in Traverse City to share his experiences with students, covering all of the stages of filmmaking. One third of the class will be left open so that Kevin can work with student questions, giving students time to talk about their own projects and quandaries.

Friday, July 31
Session 3: Women in Film
Gloria La Morte and Paola Mendoza ("Entre nos")
Between the two of them, Gloria La Morte and Paola Mendoza had a hand in almost every aspect of the making of their film "Entre nos" -- they worked together to get funding, collaborated to write and direct, Gloria edited the film and Paola played the lead character. These two filmmakers will share their knowledge of what it's like to get a movie made outside of the studio system, and what it's like to be a woman working in what is still, for the most part, a boy's club industry.

Saturday, August 1
Session 4: Making Shorts
Anny Slater ("The Ball"), Aaron Jaffe ("Trim"), Sarah Klegman ("Home Cooked Meal"), and others
For the first time this year, the Traverse City Film Festival has scheduled four shorts programs to play as part of the festival schedule. From animation to live action, from middle school and post-grad students to professional filmmakers, many of the directors and producers behind this year's 50 short films will be in attendance to talk about their films -- one of them all of the way from Australia! They'll tell you about their films, how they made they, why they made them, what distribution has been like, what they plan to do from here, and they'll take questions from the audience.

Sunday, August 2
Session 5: Very American Comedy
Robert Byington ("Harmony and Me," "Registered Sex Offender"), Ben Steinbauer ("Winnebago Man")
The filmmakers behind three of the funniest films in the festival this year, Straight Outta Austin, will present a special class to wrap up our inaugural TCFF Film School. Taking as their subject one of the greatest American comedies of all time, the Coen Brothers' "Raising Arizona," they will lead a lively class about funny business in the movies. This session is rated PG-13 by the Austin Filmmakers Association of America.

BuzzWorthy Radio: Scott Clifton! 7/16/2009 10:00 AM



Scott Clifton, who plays the role of high school teacher Schuyler Joplin on ABC Daytime's One Life to Live, will be making an appearance on BuzzWorthy Radio. Many fans remember Clifton playing Dillon Quartermaine on General Hospital from the same network. Hear him talk about his time on GH as well as what is coming up with Schuyler on the series.

To listen to the show or talk to Clifton on 7/16/2009 10:00 AM go to http://www.blogtalkradio.com/buzzworthyradio/2009/07/16/BuzzWorthy-Radio-Scott-Clifton

Call-in Number: (646) 595-4228

Saturday, July 11, 2009

Operation Home Base Pilot Episode

OPERATION HOME BASE

Operation Home Base is non profit organization that gives support to military families, veterans, wounded warriors, and active duty military personnel by working with existing programs and organizations. OHB works in partnership with the bases’ Dependent Centers to give aid and comfort to military personal and their families while acting as intermediary not only with other military agencies but with the civilian services. Staffed with active duty and retired military personnel along with civilians, OHB was created by the combined branches of the services to take care of their own. It is pilot program, which is designed to build a bridge between the civilian population and the military. Their single goal is to fill the voids left by governmental agencies who are unable provide the necessary services and support for all branches of the military.

To read the treatment go to www.theresachaze.com

Suggested Cast:
Deacon (Deek) Williams: Tom Selleck
Martin Flying Crow: Graham Greene
Randi Cullen: Alyssa Milano
Michael Woodsman: Drake Hogeston
Lorelei Stewart: Gloria Loring
Elaine Reynolds: Deidre Hall
Walter Hummel: Alan Alda


Operation Home Base Pilot Episode:
Acting as a representative for the branches of the military and the federal government, Walter Hummel approaches the founders of Operation Home Base with an offer of economic and logistic support as well as political influence. Although Martin Flying Crow doesn’t trust Hummel, he is unwilling to deprive the armed service personnel and their families of the badly needed support. However, once the paperwork has been signed, the committee realizes that they may have gotten more than they bargained for. Immediately they are called to service. Dishonorably discharged and accused of raping a local teenager, ex marine, Ken Thompson, is found dead in his parents home. The deputy sheriff in charge suspects the Gunnery Sergeant and his wife are responsible for the murder of their son The OHB’s new legal adviser and the government advocate with the help of the NCIS team not only exposes the ulterior motives of the deputy, but also truth behind the death of the much hated man

To read the pilot episode script email me at Tirgana@yahoo.com

Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Until You Walk the Path: Alan and Marylou Falstreau

Until You Walk the Path, You Won’t Know Where it Goes is proud to host Alan and Marylou Falstreau on July 12 5pm eastern at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/theresachaze or at http://www.facebook.com/ext/share.php?sid=108991660917&h=6M27q&u=MScD7&ref=nf

It began May 2008 when Alan Falstreau left his home to take his walk early in the morning. With his notebook and his heart wide open, he would aimlessly wander down to the harbor. Observing the nature, he began to write. The words came easily, becoming messages of hope and healing. His wife and artist, Marylou incorporated his messages into her work. By combining their gifts, they created their book, It’s the Stories You Tell That Color Your Life.

Tune at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/theresachaze or at http://www.facebook.com/ext/share.php?sid=108991660917&h=6M27q&u=MScD7&ref=nf on July 12 at 5 pm eastern to listen to Alan and Marylou Falstreau talk about they combine their talents to create an amazing book of healing and spiritual inspiration. Those who wish to speak to Alan and Marylou Falstreau may call in at (347) 324-3745. Free phone calls through Skype as well as an interactive chat room will be available on the show’s page.

Film Industry Gains Financial Benefits in Michigan



April 2008 legislation helped to bring the motion picture industry to Michigan. It has had a positive impact on the local economy, creating jobs and bringing the best and brightest back to Michigan.

Fast Facts
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Must spend at least $50,000 in Michigan to be eligible.
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40% refundable tax credit, across the board on Michigan expenditures.
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Claim an extra 2% if filming in one of the 103 Core Communities in Michigan (click the link to download and print a map of the core communities).
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Labor and Crew: 40%-42% Resident Below the Line. 40%-42% Above the Line regardless of domicile. 30% Non-resident Below the Line.
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$2 million salary cap per employee per production. There is no other cap and no sunset.

For more information go to http://www.michiganfilmoffice.org/Production-Directory/FAQs/Default.aspx

Monday, July 6, 2009

Book Trailer: Out of the Shadows and Into the Light

Out of the Shadows and Into the Light--Magical Wisdom for the Modern World
by
Theresa Chaze

Out of the Shadows and Into the Light. It is a 105-page ebook containing Wiccan wisdom and rituals for the beginner as well as the advanced practitioner. It contains rituals for the individual as well as for groups.

To watch the video and read the complete article go to http://theresachaze.blogspot.com/

Please share the link

Until You Walk the Path: Dealing with Stress

Until You Walk the Path, You Don’t Know Where it Goes will be hosting nurse mid-wife and practitioner, Patsy Harman. She will be talking about the negative effects of stress and how to avoid them.

Tune at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/theresachaze on July 8 at 1 pm eastern to listen to Patsy Harman about the negative effects of stress and how to avoid them... Those who wish to speak to Patsy Harman may call in at (347) 324-3745. Free phone calls through Skype as well as an interactive chat room will be available on the show’s page.

Saturday, July 4, 2009

Operation Home Base: The Pilot Episode

Operation Home Base is a nationwide non profit organization with local chapters that gives support to military families, veterans, wounded warriors, and active duty military personnel by working with existing programs and organizations. Acting as an information hub, OHB works in partnership with the bases’ Dependent Centers to give aid and comfort to military personal and their families while acting as intermediary not only with other military agencies but with the civilian services. Staffed with active duty and retired military personnel along with civilians, OHB was created by the combined branches of the services to take care of their own, building a bridge between the civilian population and the military. Their single goal is to fill the voids left by governmental agencies who are unable provide the necessary services and support for all branches of the military. It is designed to build a bridge between the civilian population and the military.

The Pilot Episode:
Acting as a representative for the branches of the military and the federal government, Walter Hummel approaches the founders of Operation Home Base with an offer of economic and logistic support as well as political influence. Although Martin Flying Crow doesn’t trust Hummel, he is unwilling to deprive the armed service personnel and their families of the badly needed support. However, once the paperwork has been signed, the committee realizes that they may have gotten more than they bargained for. Immediately they are called to service. Dishonorably discharged and accused of raping a local teenager, ex marine, Ken Thompson, is found dead in his parents home. The deputy sheriff in charge suspects the Gunnery Sergeant and his wife are responsible for the murder of their son The OHB’s new legal adviser and the government advocate with the help of the NCIS team not only exposes the ulterior motives of the deputy, but also truth behind the death of the much hated man.
To read the treatment go to www.theresachaze.com

Days of Our Lives

Days should be number one; it used to have the best cast and crew on TV. It's too bad that it won't be given the opportunity that Betty and Ken Corday gave it. Soaps aren't loosing fans; they are suffering from stagnation and network executives' greed.

There has to be a soap or drama out there who is looking for a creative writer. If you like a good suspense, drama, and romance with a liberal amount of comedy mixed in, you will enjoy reading the following.


http://www.theresachaze.com/files/completeDayswedding.pdf



A special posting for those who love the vets. It would have eventually turned into a murder mystery involving all six characters.

http://www.theresachaze.com/files/daysgift.pdf


This is what I previously posted on the NBC Days boards not all of the posting are in the current proper format. However the posts at the bottom are in the format that I will be submitting to other soaps in hope of getting a writing gig.

I started writing The Ghost as a protest to the bad writing. It became so popular that I not only kept it going but expanded it to fit the multi-plot format of soap operas. In the beginning, the format is an old film format. However, later in the story that is corrected.

http://www.theresachaze.com/files/daysofourlives.pdf

http://www.theresachaze.com/files/Days10-16.pdf

http://www.theresachaze.com/files/days10-31-08.pdf


http://www.theresachaze.com/files/days11-2-08.pdf

http://www.theresachaze.com/files/days11-15-08.pdf

http://www.theresachaze.com/files/Days12-2-08.pdf

http://www.theresachaze.com/files/Days12-8-08.pdf

http://www.theresachaze.com/files/day12-14-08.pdf

http://www.theresachaze.com/files/days12-30-08.pdf

http://www.theresachaze.com/files/days1-20-09.pdf



http://www.theresachaze.com/files/days10-26-08.pdf




http://www.theresachaze.com/files/Days_Resume.pdf

Friday, July 3, 2009

Until You Walk the Path: Jim Wisneski



Until You Walk the Path, You Don’t Know Where It Goes is proud to host author and magazine publisher, Jim Wisneski on July 5 pm eastern. He will be talking about his novels, The Tree and The Second Chance along with her literary magazine, Soft Whispers Magazine. His goal is to help launch other authors by giving them an open venue.

Tune at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/theresachaze on July 5 at 5 pm eastern to learn more about Jim Wisneski amazing writing career and his new literary magazine. Those who wish to speak to Jim Wisneski may call in at (347) 324-3745. Free phone calls through Skype as well as an interactive chat room will be available on the show’s page.

www.JimWisneski.com

www.SoftWhispersMag.com