Scott McGilvray & Kaya Lindsay

PosterScott McGilvray & Kaya Lindsay came into the KZSC station October 22, 2014 to talk about the movie, Water for Santa Cruz County.

Water for Santa Cruz County is a short film (twenty-minute) that examines short- and long-range water source alternatives, and calls citizens, businesses, and other organizations to help shape a sustainable water strategy for Santa Cruz. This movie is the product of six months of research including interviews with city water officials, water treatment plant operators, the county water resources director, and others.

Dedicated to the Power of Small Ideas, Water for Santa Cruz County will debut at the Rio Theatre on Tuesday, October 28 at 7:30 pm.
Education is the first and most important step toward thoughtful, sustainable, community-driven reform.

Water For Santa Cruz 2 Intro from Six Finger Films on Vimeo.


Scott & Chris McGilvray

Father and Son, Scott and Chris McGilvray spoke with Nada Miljkovic about their newest film, Water for Santa Cruz!  Scott is a water conservationist expert, educator, and has a company, Water Aware, that is dedicated to reducing your water consumption. Chris is a co-owner of the film company Six Finger Films.

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Water for Santa Cruz! is an educational and inspirational film that explores our local water sources and interviews local water experts about three specific steps to water security as alternatives to the proposed Desalination Plant.

Water for Santa Cruz! premieres July 11 at 7:30pm at the Rio Theatre. The event also includes musical performances by Steve Newman’s Kitchen Jazz, Gail Swain, Michael Levy, and Russell Brutsche and several other short documentaries.

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Here’s the trailer for Water for Santa Cruz!

Aleksandra Wolska & Eric Thiermann

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Local Filmmakers and Directors, Aleksandra Wolska, and  founder of the Impact Media Group, Eric Thiermann, came into the KZSC Radio Station to talk about their new documentary, It Tolls For Thee: Bells and Their Stories. This latest rendition premieres at the Pacific Rim Film Festival,  at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 18, at the Rio Theatre.

We began the show with an excerpt of John Donne’s poem “For Whom the Bell Tolls” that Aleksandra explained is the crux of the idea behind the movie:

“No man is an island, entire of itself; every man is a piece of the continent, a part of the main. If a clod be washed away by the sea, Europe is the less, as well as if a promontory were, as well as if a manor of thy friend’s or of thine own were: any man’s death diminishes me, because I am involved in mankind, and therefore never send to know for whom the bell tolls; it tolls for thee.”

With the movie, It Tolls For Thee: Bells and Their Stories, wiewers will be taken on a poetic journey exploring the unique role of bells in various cultures around the world. Eric and Aleksandra visit a remote Greek Island invaded by bell-carrying animal spirits, record the exorcizing of evil forces from the painted monasteries in Romania and witness the liberation of ancestral ghosts in Japanese Shinto Shrines achieved by the cleansing power of sound.  A 30-ton bell in Poland peals from a king’s tower on All Saints Day and LA inner city children come together as a family through the healing power of bells.

The film’s exquisite soundtrack highlights music of the acclaimed Sonos Handbell Ensemble of Oakland, appearing live in a quartet before the film.

Eric is  the founder and director the Impact Media Group beginning in the early 70s and has produced, directed and been the director of photography on many movies over the years such as Calypso Dreams, The Last Epidemic and Deflating the Elephant.  IMPACT is a full-service creative media agency partnering with corporations, brands, and independent film producers.

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Christine Silver

Local Santa Cruz Actress, Christine Silver came onto the KZSC Artists on Art show to talk about the upcoming fundraiser theatrical event, Vagina Monologues.

This is a local community production of the Oboe Award winning play is directed by Glenys Davidson for her fourth production in a row. Come out and see your friends and family shine as vagina superstars. Proceeds benefit the Santa Cruz Women’s Health Center and 10% will be donated to the women and children of Haiti.

Saturday, February 12 at 8:00-10:00pm at the Rio Theater.

For tickets and information: Call 831-425-4480
General TIckets are $20, Senior/Student Tickets are $15 with I.D.

General Admission tickets ($20) are available at Bookshop Santa Cruz (after 1/23/11).

At the very end of our show, Christine mentioned her other theatrical event happening with the Fun Institute, Santa Cruz Improv group: SPOTLIFE SHOWING- FEB. 26, 2011. An afternoon of 10-Minute Solo Performances at the Broadway Playhouse, 526 Broadway, Santa Cruz. For Reservations call 831-427-4008.

If you missed any part of the live broadcast, please click on the triangle below. Christine does a wonderful monologue from the play, “Because He Liked to Look at It.”

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