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Shane Bitney Crome. His “It Could Happen To You” video which went viral and was watched by almost 4 million people. That success sparked the documentary. Bridegroom is screening as part of Outfest Los Angeles on Saturday, July 13 at 1:30pm at the Directors Guild of America. For tickets, listeners can go to Outfest.org
Grammy nominated comedienne, Judy Tenuta. She ris the most famous person who has ever lived…and if you don’t believe it, just ask her.Judy’s stand-up routine is appropriately described as outrageous, mind-blowing comedy. Her one-woman show promises to be nothing less. In fact, Judy recently became an ordained minister, and has been known to convert her audiences to her own fan based signature religion, “Judyism.”
See Judy Tenuta at The Laurie Beechman Theatre – 407 West 42nd Street, NY, NY. Thursday, July 11th & Friday, July 12th – 7:30 PM TICKETS: $25 (Gen) & $50 (VIP) by calling (212) 352-3101 or www.spincyclenyc.com
Nicholas Wrathall. This award-winning director and producer has been working in the documentary and commercial fields for more than fifteen years. Nicholas spent his childhood in Sydney, Australia and Canada, and made his first film while attending Sydney University. He has produced dozens of commercials for clients that include Sprint, Toyota, Fanta, and Sony Bravia. He was first recognized for his direction of the documentary Abandoned: The Betrayal of America’s Immigrants, which was featured on PBS Independent Lens and won the 2000 Alfred I. duPont Columbia Award for Broadcast Journalism.
His latest film is GORE VIDAL: THE UNITED STATES OF AMNESIA. A documentary on the iconic American writer, featuring his final on-camera interviews, and including interviews / appearances by Burr Steers, Christopher Hitchens, Jodie Evans, Tim Robbins, Mikhail Gorbachev, Sting, David Mamet, William F. Buckley, and Dick Cavett.