Tuesday, March 22, 2011

David C. Snyder on Visual Radio Live March 25, 2011

Director David C. Snyder on Visual Radio this Friday night

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8:10 PM to whenever -

David C. Snyder 8:55 PM

Film historian Frank Dello Stritto talks with Joe Viglione about our public domain movie or movies for this week.

Bill Cosby in TO ALL MY FRIENDS ON SHORE Gloria Foster, one of my favorite actresses (The Matrix and The Matrix Reloaded) appear in this film by Gilbert Cates along with actor Dennis Hines. The Quiet Arrangement A dark thriller featuring guest appearance by Chuck D of Public Enemy HWIC Filmworks announces the company's first feature-length motion picture, The Quiet Arrangement. Written and directed by award winning short filmmaker and music video director David C. Snyder, The Quiet Arrangement features a cast of up and coming talent including singer/actor Kyle Jason (City Teacher, Dirty Shield), Rob Stone (End Game), Kevin M. Hayes, Christina Simkovich, Julian Hicks, and Joseph D. Lane. The film also features a guest appearance by legendary Hip Hop icon Chuck D of Public Enemy. The Quiet Arrangement was filmed entirely in Pittsburgh and surrounding areas (including Youngstown, Cleveland, and Canton, Ohio). SYNOPSIS: Prominent lawyer Walter Briggs comes home to a ringing telephone. He is told by a distorted voice on the other end of the line that his wife has been kidnapped. The only way that he can get her back is to pay a ransom of money that no one else is supposed to know about. Mr. Parks is a professional criminal who is all about the business. He is thorough and loyal and wants to keep everything as simple as possible. However, he also has some issues in his private life that threaten to derail everything that he is working on. Detective Jack Simons has been undercover for a long time. He needs just one more bust before he can resurface and take back his life. But, just as he and his partner set everything up for a sting operation, everything goes wrong. The two cops find themselves on the short end of an escalating situation that they have no comprehension of. And then things get interesting... Rick Fields does odd jobs for questionable people. He is defined by a terrible incident in his past that weighs on him and everything that he does. His latest gig finds him watching over the kidnapped wife of a prominent lawyer. It was supposed to be one last job so that he could get away and start his life over, but things never go according to plan. A dark independent thriller that follows the exploits of criminals of varying stripes who are involved in a growing web of deceit and double-crosses, The Quiet Arrangement's dominant visual tone, a kind of grey wash, is not only physically ominous, but symbolically so, mirroring the foggy morality of its characters' world. Ethical ambiguity runs rampant throughout the piece, and viewers are left to their own devices when sorting-out the "bad" guys from the "good". ABOUT HWIC Filmworks: Based in Cleveland, Ohio, HWIC Filmworks was created by cousins John Delserone and David C. Snyder to produce independent genre films. Their relevant, edgy filmmaking style compliments their reputation for high return on investment. HWIC Filmworks looks to bring attention to talent based in the regions between Cleveland and Pittsburgh, providing creative opportunities in the motion picture industry. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1462649/ Photo http://www.rottentomatoes.com/celebrity/david_c_snyder/pictures/12790716.php?type=flixster More info on our interview with Duncan Jones on COMMUNITY MEDIA MEDFORD.com http://communitymediamedford.com/


Visual Radio #510 with Ken Selcer and Chris Parlon taped 4-8-11

Visual Radio #509 with Harlow Giles Unger and Jay Harris taped 4-5-11

Visual Radio #508 with Mitch Diamond taped 4-1-11

Visual Radio #507 with directors Duncan Jones, Neil Marshall

Visual Radio #506 with David C. Snyder, Frank Dello Stritto taped 3/25/11

Visual Radio #505 with Charles Ferguson, Michael Moore, David Koepp

Visual Radio #504 with Author William Lychak (taped 3-21-11)

Visual Radio #503 with Steve Cataldo of Nervous Eaters (taped 3-19-11)

Visual Radio #502 with Jefferson Airplane's Marty Balin, John Byers, Dello Stritto taped 3-18-11

Visual Radio #501 with Dr. Albert Franchi taped March, 2011

Visual Radio #500 with Rex Trailer

Visual Radio #499 with Ken Selcer, Part II

Visual Radio #498 with Ken Selcer, Part I

Visual Radio #497 with Kieran Mulvaney; co-host Kate Genovese

Visual Radio #496 with Mike Girard of The Fools, author of Psycho Chicken

Visual Radio #495 with Harry Sandler of ORPHEUS

Visual Radio #494

(Joe Viglione is) "Boston's Hardest Working Underground impresario"

Steve Morse, The Boston Globe

"The hardest working man in Boston Rock & Roll"
WBCN's Oedipus to the dozen or so media types at a dinner with
Pete Shelley of The Buzzcocks
at Benihana in Boston

Oedipus was one of Joe Viglione's very first guests on TV Eye
Probably one of the first public access programs in the U.S.A. taped in 1979
on Day St., Davis Square, Somerville
Oedi appeared on the program with Barry Glovsky, publisher of FUSION MAGAZINE
Lou Reed wrote very rare poetry for Fusion Magazine

"...Joe Viglione, the King of Mass. cable - tv!"

Bill Press, Sirius Satelite Radio


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