Ty Harper | Film,Movies | Saturday, June 1st, 2013
Directed by Kris Exconde.
Nice short on gun culture starring Dan-e-o.
Responsible for the sickest music videos in Dan-e-o’s music career (“Serial Killer” and Perfeck Strangers’ “Work To Do”, “Stay Me” and “True
To You”) Will X Movement is back to present the short film, “Three’s A Crowd”.
Starring Daniel “Dan-e-o” Faraldo (http://www.imdb.com/name/nm3376013) and Gavin Tsang. Written, directed and edited by Kris “XCON” Exconde. Shot by Kevin “Xenzo” Exconde. Enjoy!
Bishop’sbeen in the acting game for well over a minute – most prominently/memorably in the movie Narc – so as per any actor promo-ing their upcoming project, TGM chops it up with Horror Society about his latest project “Chupacabra vs The Alamo” which premieres this Saturday at 9/8c on the SyFy Channel.
Aside from Narc, the television series Platinum was your first big opportunity in front of the camera. What was it like juggling rapping and acting at the same time?
I don’t really think of it as juggling really. Both of these careers are things I’m really passionate about, so I spend a lot of my time doing both. I can literally work a 12 hour day on set for a film or tv show, then go straight to my studio for another 12 if I have something specific project I’m working on. I think for me, the two go hand in hand so I will always have both of them as a part of my day to day routines.
Now for Chupacabra vs. The Alamo… How did you go about landing this role and what made you pursue this opportunity in the first place?
I was in Vancouver shooting another move called “Evil Feed” and my agent had gotten me an audition for Chupacabras vs. The Alamo. I love the city of Vancouver and wanted to stay longer, so here was my opportunity Once I learned that I would be in the same movie with the legendary Erik Estrada, I was locked in. lol. I used to have a “Chips” big wheel with this guys face on it. I used to hear stories about these chupacabras and so the whole idea of psycho, alien, blood sucking dogs attacking a city seemed like it would be a fun movie to do. It didn’t take much convincing. lol
Can you tell readers a little bit about your character in the film?
I play Gordo and I’m one of Spiders right hand men in his gang that he leads. Brent Mclaren and myself are his go to guys as far as advice and anything else gang related. I’m a bit of a trouble maker but when it’s time to fight, I’m ready to go. There’s a bit of comic relief between my character and Brents as well.
Latest lyrics and visuals from Brotha J address the frustration many people of color feel towards the police with respect to systemic issues of racial profiling and abuse of authority that have framed their relationship.
Brotha J is at it again with another visually thought provoking video. “Officer Down”, the second single off this NevR member’s Hip Hop Soul Project, is a Soulful yet rugged representation of the artist’s view of one of the most prevalent social issues of our time and times passed. This video puts a spot light on the issue of misconduct by those who are sworn to Serve and Protect.
The Leadertape No. 02 AJ Saudin. A Shane Stirling Film. The Leadertape comes from my passion for storytelling. Not of fantasy, or of mythology, but of reality and the truth of the moment. Painting a picture through the senses to bring forth a vivid connection to the people, places and things that inspire me. My medium has changed from pencil and pad, to paint and canvas to pixel and screen, but the motivation has always been the same; to capture the moment forever. The participants of ‘The Leadertape’ I believe to be leaders. Leaders of thought, art and culture. My path has crossed with these people at various points in our journey and I want to share with you their stories so that you to can cross paths with theirs. Moving Pictures. Moving Personalities.
AJ is best known as “Connor” from “Degrassi: The Next Generation.” He plays a young man with Aspergers Syndrome, a disorder within the autistic spectrum. The empathy that he brings to this role is one that carries over to his real life. The honesty, passion & kindness AJ exudes is one that hits you to your core. He’s the kind of young man I hope my 8 year old son grows up to be like; although he is quiet by nature, his sincerity is evident in his passing glances.