TG Geeks Webcast Episode 211

The Two Gay Geeks have a chat with Lee Kolinsky of Seven 13 films who is the writer and Producer of the film PEI Kids: Generation Change.

We talk about his career and this film in particular and how he got involved and where it is going.

Have a listen as we find out about Generation Change.

 


About Lee Kolinsky


Lee Kolinsky is an award-winning screenwriter whose career includes developing stories and co-writing screenplays for the independent feature films Send No Flowers and The Blue Lizard. He has also written screenplays for the award-winning short films Junkie Heaven, Bullified, Hunter’s Moon, and Stand Up Guy. With a foundation in journalism, Lee has provided content for Doubleday Entertainment, Columbia House DVD, BMG, PR Newswire, yourmusic.com, and the Nassau Herald Community Newspapers.


About Seven 13 Films


Seven13 films is dedicated to providing social messages that spark conversation through the art of filmmaking. With several years of experience in television and film, Seven13 films offers comprehensive media strategies designed to drive education, awareness, community outreach and engagement on important public issues.

 


About Pei Kids: Generation Change

Seven 13 films produced the documentary film, PEI Kids: Generation Change, a film that interviews adjudicated and at-risk Trenton city youth and how they would solve current problems in their community. The film’s director and producer Joseph A. Halsey is a New Jersey resident who grew up in Trenton and is excited to have been recognized for the social awareness movie.

“The idea is to inspire young people to seek out the art of filmmaking by exposing them to the process right in their own back yard,” said Joseph A. Halsey, co-owner of Seven13 films. “We are hoping to bring the filming process into areas where film companies typically don’t operate.”

PEI Kids’ mission is dedicated to promoting and maintaining a safe environment for all children. The agency’s Juvenile Intervention Services programs work with first-and second-time juvenile offenders and youth at-risk of juvenile justice involvement, helping them change the trajectory of their lives.


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In our second segment we talk about our visit to the Men’s Wearhouse store in Phoenix and how incredibly impressed we were with their service, and then we chat about watching Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse, how much we enjoyed it and why we did so. In our third segment, we highlight recent articles posted to the tggeeks.com n the past week. As always we have our birthdays and we have the ever popular feedback segment.

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1 thought on “TG Geeks Webcast Episode 211

  1. My two sons and I watched Spiderman and the Spider-verse. It was outstanding, but not in the way was expected. Normally one would expect a compellng storyline with good actors, suspense, satisfying end. We did not get some of that. The storyline was marginal at best. Loosely put together to enable the story to exist, this plot was nothing more than a device to introduce the different Spider’men’. The “boss” villian hardly came up. BUT….the moving was fanstasic! The visuals drew the viewer in at every scene. Animation was so top notch, one forgot about the drawing immediately. Immersion into the movie’s universe was complete. The cast of voices could not have been funner identify one famous person from another. When we walked away, the boys and I couldn’t stop gushing about what a memoralable experience we had. It will sticks with us. GO EXPERIENCE Spiderman and the Spiderverse!

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