1. Roger Sherman: Creativity on a Small Budget

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    http://www.brightsightgroup.com || Roger Sherman, a founder of Florentine Films, has been making award winning documentaries for decades. He’s a producer, director, cinematographer, still photographer and author. His films have won an Emmy Award, a Peabody Award and two Academy Award nominations. Charlie Rose called his PBS American Masters special, Alexander Calder, “an extraordinary American masterpiece.” The Wall Street Journal said Richard Rodgers: The Sweetest Sounds, another American Masters special, was “Perhaps the best film ever produced in the American Masters PBS series.” Kat Kinsman, writing for CNN’s Eatocracy, said of The Restaurateur, a portrait of Danny Meyer, "Beg, borrow as needed, but do yourself a favor and see Roger Sherman's doc." About his film Medal of Honor The New York Post said, “There won’t be anything more worth your while on TV.” His book Ready, Steady, Shoot: A Pro's Guide to Smartphone Video was written to help millions of people shoot better videos of their families, vacations or nights out with friends – on SmartPhones or any type of camera. Learn more: http://brightsightgroup.com/speakers/roger-sherman/ Follow us on Twitter → http://twitter.com/bsgspeakers Follow us on Tumblr → http://brightsightgroup.tumblr.com Like us on Facebook → http://facebook.com/brightsightgroup

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    • BK Live 2/19/15: "August Wilson"

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      Filmmaker Sam Pollard discusses his new documentary "August Wilson" which airs on PBS American Masters. Original air date: Feb 19, 2015 BRICartsmedia.org/bkindiemedia

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      • Roger Sherman on Charlie Rose

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        http://www.brightsightgroup.com || Roger Sherman, a founder of Florentine Films, has been making award winning documentaries for decades. He’s a producer, director, cinematographer, still photographer and author. His films have won an Emmy Award, a Peabody Award and two Academy Award nominations. Charlie Rose called his PBS American Masters special, Alexander Calder, “an extraordinary American masterpiece.” The Wall Street Journal said Richard Rodgers: The Sweetest Sounds, another American Masters special, was “Perhaps the best film ever produced in the American Masters PBS series.” Kat Kinsman, writing for CNN’s Eatocracy, said of The Restaurateur, a portrait of Danny Meyer, "Beg, borrow as needed, but do yourself a favor and see Roger Sherman's doc." About his film Medal of Honor The New York Post said, “There won’t be anything more worth your while on TV.” His book Ready, Steady, Shoot: A Pro's Guide to Smartphone Video was written to help millions of people shoot better videos of their families, vacations or nights out with friends – on SmartPhones or any type of camera. Learn more: http://brightsightgroup.com/speakers/roger-sherman/ Follow us on Twitter → http://twitter.com/bsgspeakers Follow us on Tumblr → http://brightsightgroup.tumblr.com Like us on Facebook → http://facebook.com/brightsightgroup

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        • Roger Sherman: The Search for Israeli Cuisine

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          http://www.brightsightgroup.com || Roger Sherman, a founder of Florentine Films, has been making award winning documentaries for decades. He’s a producer, director, cinematographer, still photographer and author. His films have won an Emmy Award, a Peabody Award and two Academy Award nominations. Charlie Rose called his PBS American Masters special, Alexander Calder, “an extraordinary American masterpiece.” The Wall Street Journal said Richard Rodgers: The Sweetest Sounds, another American Masters special, was “Perhaps the best film ever produced in the American Masters PBS series.” Kat Kinsman, writing for CNN’s Eatocracy, said of The Restaurateur, a portrait of Danny Meyer, "Beg, borrow as needed, but do yourself a favor and see Roger Sherman's doc." About his film Medal of Honor The New York Post said, “There won’t be anything more worth your while on TV.” His book Ready, Steady, Shoot: A Pro's Guide to Smartphone Video was written to help millions of people shoot better videos of their families, vacations or nights out with friends – on SmartPhones or any type of camera. Learn more: http://brightsightgroup.com/speakers/roger-sherman/ Follow us on Twitter → http://twitter.com/bsgspeakers Follow us on Tumblr → http://brightsightgroup.tumblr.com Like us on Facebook → http://facebook.com/brightsightgroup

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          • Roger Sherman: Cinematography Reel

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            http://www.brightsightgroup.com || Roger Sherman, a founder of Florentine Films, has been making award winning documentaries for decades. He’s a producer, director, cinematographer, still photographer and author. His films have won an Emmy Award, a Peabody Award and two Academy Award nominations. Charlie Rose called his PBS American Masters special, Alexander Calder, “an extraordinary American masterpiece.” The Wall Street Journal said Richard Rodgers: The Sweetest Sounds, another American Masters special, was “Perhaps the best film ever produced in the American Masters PBS series.” Kat Kinsman, writing for CNN’s Eatocracy, said of The Restaurateur, a portrait of Danny Meyer, "Beg, borrow as needed, but do yourself a favor and see Roger Sherman's doc." About his film Medal of Honor The New York Post said, “There won’t be anything more worth your while on TV.” His book Ready, Steady, Shoot: A Pro's Guide to Smartphone Video was written to help millions of people shoot better videos of their families, vacations or nights out with friends – on SmartPhones or any type of camera. Learn more: http://brightsightgroup.com/speakers/roger-sherman/ Follow us on Twitter → http://twitter.com/bsgspeakers Follow us on Tumblr → http://brightsightgroup.tumblr.com Like us on Facebook → http://facebook.com/brightsightgroup

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            • Inventing David Geffen interview

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              Susan Lacy, director of Inventing David Geffen, talks about her new documentary on the billionaire power-gay. Geffen started Geffen Records, was a co-founder of DreamWorks and married Cher. Here what Lacy says of the openly gay and notoriously shy Geffen. See story here: http://bit.ly/UeuN87

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              • TIFF 2012- Best of the Red Carpet

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                Take a look at the stars at the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival. Tom Hanks, Gwenyth Paltrow, James Franco, Zac Efron, Emma Watson and Mark Ruffalo all waled the red carpet and Xtra got the shots and interviews. Continue to watch Xtra.ca for all your gay, lesbian, bi and trans movie news. See story here: http://bitly.com/P32Ugz

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                • Queer Picks from the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival

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                  Noah Cowan, Artistic Director at TIFF Bell Lightbox, gives Xtra his top queer picks for TIFF 2012. The Paperboy, American Masters, Out in the Dark, Peaches Does Herself and Laurence Anyways directed by Xavier Dolan See story here: http://bit.ly/PmDo9K

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                  • American Masters Trailer - Leon Gurvitch Project & String Orchestra

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                    "American Masters" The best of Gershwin, Ellington, Miles Davis, Brubeck with Leon Gurvitch Project & String Orchestra All arrangements by Leon Gurvitch Live-Trailer from Laeiszhalle, Hamburg 2013 More Info: www.leon-gurvitch.com

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                    • Video Excerpt: "Joe Papp in Five Acts"

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                      The feature-length documentary, "Joe Papp in Five Acts," is a production of The Papp Project, Thirteen’s American Masters and ITVS in association with WNET. It will premiere on PBS in 2015.

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