Ep 415: Karyn Parsons • Glenn Frankel • Steven Bernstein

Jul 06, 2017

[5 mins. 15 secs.] First up, actress & filmmaker Karyn Parsons is the founder of Sweet Blackberry, a non-profit whose mission is to bring lesser known stories about real African American pioneers to children in the form of animated short films. Karyn's latest project which she has written & produced is about the first African American female pilot, Bessie Coleman. Karyn discusses this film as well the current Kickstarter campaign to raise finishing funds. Check out all the great work she & Sweet Blackberry has been doing; then consider contributing to this worthwhile project.

[22 mins. 45 secs.] Next up, author Glenn Frankel discusses his new book High Noon: The Hollywood Blacklist and the Making of an American Classic (2017, Bloomsbury Publishing USA) available where books are sold.

[1 hr. 3 mins. 5 secs.] Lastly, cinematographer Steven Bernstein (Monster, Like Water for Chocolate), who discusses his illustrious decades long career, as well as his popular seminars on indie filmmaking. Bernstein's workshops intend to demystify topics as screenwriting, acting, cinematography & lighting. Check them all out.

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