Notes From HollywoodReports & 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).
Mark Salyer has deep roots in professional theater on both coasts and in between, and a newer connection to Palm Springs, California, as we learn in this episode of Notes From Hollywood from PromoHomo.TV Producer/Host Nicholas Snow.
Quentin Lee, of Gay Hollywood Dad fame, is busier than ever. A member of Producer’s Guild of America, Quentin Lee has directed and produced over ten features.
On this episode of PromoHomoTV’s Notes From Hollywood, Producer/Host Nicholas Snow speaks with DON’T BE NICE Story Producer and Editor David Lieberman about the process of bringing these powerful voices, not only to the big screens of major film festivals, but to small screens as well, as the DON’T BE NICE is now available for purchase and on-demand across most platforms.
Doug Spearman is a true Hollywood Renaissance Man starting out in the industry as an intern, and ultimately achieving success as a writer, producer, director and actor, and don’t forget, activist!
ELECTRICITY Playwright/Co-Star Terry Ray and Co-Star Mel England join Notes From Hollywood on PromoHomo.TV to discuss upcoming lives streamed performances of the hit, Off Broadway-bound play. While Broadway’s lights are dim, audiences around the world can purchase tickets and experience live theatre from the comfort of their own homes.
Meet Renaissance Woman Blossom C. Brown, TransActivist of I AM CAIT FAME.
Leon Acord Appears on the World Premiere of the All-New Notes From Hollywood
Moderated by Entertainment Journalist Marc Malkin, the panel featured Our Lady J, Twiggy Pucci Garcon, Yen Tan, Jazznum Nichala Crayton and Alonso Duralde, broadcast live with permission.
“It’s thrilling to see decades of activism by generations of people bring about a whole new Hollywood.”
Images in this article are from the Mapplethorpe Film Indiegogo Page, now closed after a successful campaign. Mapplethorpe has landed distribution by Samuel Goldwyn Films. Nicholas Snow had two brushes with greatness (among many) early during Outfest 2018, the first...