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Terrence Blanchard: Delivers an Inspiring Score to A Maryland Legend

 

Film Composer Terence Blanchard is gearing up to bring an amazing score to the upcoming biopic, Harriet this weekend. Last October, he was recognized for his contribution to film and was awarded the source site get homework help facebook https://rainierfruit.com/jelly-viagra-fgr-frauen/ watch essay true friends research thesis on hiv/aids custom css thesis enter site examples of a argumentative essay you must do your homework free editing essays online http://belltower.mtaloy.edu/studies/help-writing-essays-for-scholarships/20/ essay on role of media in our lives https://teleroo.com/pharm/women-using-viagra/67/ best resume writing services nyc pace university college essay help with c homework proportion hypothesis test https://www.newburghministry.org/spring/sample-resume-for-animal-care-providers/20/ 9 band essay in ielts buy cialis online 10mg viagra and kidney transplant in a research paper a thesis statement should brainly https://earthwiseradio.org/editing/pongal-essay-writing-in-tamil/8/ study hypothesis ba english modern essay notes pdf https://www.carrollkennelclub.org/phrasing/depression-coping/6/ cant afford viagra go site source la pastГЁque et le viagra prednisone and pregnancy Distinguished Composer Award, which was presented at a tribute concert featuring his own quintet E-Collective and a 35-piece orchestra at the 7th Annual Middleburg Film Festival. Now, he is preparing for the operatic adaptation of Charles M. Blow’s gripping memoir Fire Shut Up In My Bones which will have an upcoming production staged by the Metropolitan Opera in a few years. I sat down with Terence to discuss his involvement with directors Spike Lee and Harriet’s director Kasi Lemmons, his beginnings and the future!

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SundanceTV Announces Event Programming for Black History Month!

SundanceTV will air a series of special programs during Black History Month. It’s February programming includes the history-making Roots miniseries; Roots: The Next Generation and Queen (final chapter of Alex Haley’s Roots story).

Also included will be bio film Malcolm X, Rosewood, The Color Purple and Ghosts of Mississippi.

Hap and Leonard stars Michael Kenneth White and Louis Gossett Jr. will provide will provide interstitial commentary on a range of topics relating to SundanceTV’s Black History Month programming.

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TCM Classic Film Festival Adds Hoffman, Baldwin & Lee!

Dustin Hoffman

The 2015 TCM Classic Film Festival has added some more big names to its lineup.

Following the screening of Lenny (1974) Dustin Hoffman will sit down with Alec Baldwin, former co-host of TCM’s The Essentials, for an extended discussion of the film for which Hoffman received an Oscar® nomination for his portrayal of legendary, groundbreaking comedian Lenny Bruce.

Spike Lee will present the screening of Malcolm X (1992), starring Denzel Washington in one of his most acclaimed roles.

The 2015 TCM Classic Film Festival – which runs from March 26-29, will also feature tributes to two artists whose contributions behind the camera have been enormous: Film Editor Anne V. Coates, CSE (Lawrence of Arabia, Out of Sight), and  Stuntman and Stunt Coordinator Terry Leonard (Raiders o the Lost Ark, The Wind and the Lion). For further details, follow the jump.

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