Notes From Hollywood®Reports & Profiles of People Passionately Pursuing Professions in the Entertainment Industry!
Orignially established by Nicholas Snow in 1990 as a syndicated column (to examine and strengthen the relationship between the entertainment industry and the LGBTQ+ Civil Rights Movement, thereby positively impacting the movement itself), Notes From Hollywood® features “Reports & Profiles of People Passionately Pursuing Professions in the Entertainment Industry.” (Visit this link for information on pitching guests).
Hollywood Photographer John Paschal’s amazing and ongoing journey in this life is truly one of experience, strength and hope.
In this episode of Notes From Hollywood® on PromoHomo.TV®, Nicholas Snow welcomes Victor Yates, a writer, storyteller, and digital media artist.
With the assault on the Transgender Community on the rise across the globe, especially throughout the United States, it is more important than ever that we elevate and fight for the humanity of those who put the “T” in LGBTQ+. In the film JULIET, a transgender teenager battles prejudice and her own self-doubt to audition for the female lead in her high school’s play.
O FIERCE MUSIC is a new kind of music & entertainment company for artists marginalized and disadvantaged by the mainstream music industry because of gender or sexual identity.
Nicholas Snow and Renée Santos first met working on a short film. About two decades later, they catch up for the first time live on-air. Santos burst onto the Stand-Up comedy scene 6 years ago in her first National Television debut on Showtime Network’s “Pride Comedy Jam”.
At the age of 17, Claire was kicked out of home when her family found out she was gay. She eventually left school to pursue music as a full-time career, starting out in the local live music scene around Singapore, playing the violin and singing in bars, clubs and restaurants with different rock and folk bands.
David Eugene Perry’s “Upon This Rock” is a critically acclaimed mystery novel praised by “Tales of the City” author Armistead Maupin as “an elegant, twisty thriller” and by best-selling writer/Guggenheim fellow Fenton Johnson as “The gay DaVinci Code but a whole lot better.”
Carlton Wilborn became known to the world as one of Madonna’s back-up dancers, as revealed in the riveting documentary, Truth or Dare – and in the follow-up documentary, Strike a Pose – and he’s been daring to be truthful ever since.
As a proud member of the LGBTQIA+ community, Hart is incredibly open about her history. At one point she was living in NYC homeless shelters but was able to come out of that experience and follow her passion for performing.
With over 25 years of catering experience in both New York and California, in his new book – HOW CATERING SUCKED THE LIFE RIGHT OUT OF ME – Sudi (Rick) Karatas shares the worst and the best of them. Mostly the worst.