Jesse Borrego

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Iconic actor Jesse Borrego joined Neal for an epic 2 1/2 hour interview! Covering his new film Phoenix Oregon opening March 20th with a revolutionary new option to view at home! Working with James LeGros, Diedrich Bader, Lisa Edelstein, Kevin Corrigan and director Gary Lundgren. The relatability of the story and characters. Independent cinema, how the Marvel type blockbusters are hurting the cinema chances for smaller films. His break out performance in Fame and what it meant to him. His legacy as a Latino actor what that is important to him. Working with Danny Trejo, Nicolas Cage, Kiefer Sutherland and more! His character arc on 24. Working alongside Jimmy Smits on season 3 of Dexter. Con Air and playing basketball with John Malkovich. Passion for the arts and what you love. South Texas filmmakers. Film festivals.  The importance of homemade tortillas and so much more!

Please check out PhoenixOregonMovie.com for information on how to see the new film!

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Terence Gordon and Terra Renee

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Terence Gordon director of “What’s In A Name: The Alfredo Versace Story” and producer Terra Renee president of AAWIC (African American Women In Cinema) joined “Nasty” Neal! Come see “What’s In A Name” January 25 at the AAWIC Sundance special film screening program during Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah!
Reserve your complimentary tickets today! 
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Bruce Sudano

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Bruce Sudano covering so much ground. The fall of Disco, being in an interracial relationship in the 70s, the passing of his wife Donna Summers, the emotional aspect of writing and performing music, storytelling through music, changes in the industry, upcoming Donna Summers documentary etc. So much more, even some accordion talk.

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Melody Gilbert of “Silicone Soul”

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Melody Gilbert director of the new documentary “Silicone Soul”!

“Silicone Soul explores the emotional connection some people have to their synthetic companions and what that means for the future of human relationships. Ultimately, this is a film about love, loneliness, secrets and, perhaps, acceptance. Who are we to judge who…or what…people choose to love?”

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