"Table Talk" is a completely new take on political conversation. Hosts Vito Fossella (former Councilman & 6 term Congressman) and John Tabacco (Entrepreneur & Wall Street Insider) take the analysis out of the hands of the pundits and put it on the tables of average Americans. They have left the studio behind and hit "The Road to the Inauguration" to find out what people think of President-Elect Donald Trump and the events that led to his election. All of this takes place over a meal, at the dinner table, the most conducive place for straightforward, honest and unfiltered discussion.
This is the first series that Fuzz on the Lens has produced and in no time at all it has caused a stir in the media, as well as garnered a commitment from Newsmax. "Table Talk" airs nationally on Verizon Fios channel 615 and streams live on NewsmaxTV's website and free app. To find out the best way to watch in your area click here, then be sure to set your DVRs for Fridays at Midnight.
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Production wrapped on "Meditation," written and directed by Gilbrando Acevedo last week, and between it's shoot days numerous commercials were completed. Primarily for CMIT Solutions and Bizzi & Partners Development. Bizzi's 88-story tower at 125 Greenwich Street will be one of Manhattan's premiere residential properties. WATCH MORE HERE
As the movie "IT" hit theaters, we teamed up with Dead Mouse Productions and Cult Screenings UK in order to chronicle the stories behind the making of the original "IT" mini-series based on Stephen King's best-selling novel. More information about the film and where to see it can be found on it's Facebook page.
The Fuzz on the Lens interviews ranged from Richmond, Virginia to New York City and Connecticut. Speaking with stars of the film such as Richard Thomas (Bill Denbrough), Tim Reid (Mike Hanlon) and Richard Masur (Stanley Uris). As well as Stephen King expert John DeLamar, screenwriter Larry Cohen and poster designer Robert Giusti. IMDb
The Beatles hit, "With a Little Help from My Friends" was transformed into an anthem to support the arts and along with Director Jason Milstein, Fuzz on the Lens was there to shoot and produce the music video. Of course we couldn't have done it without a little help from our friends: Phil Falcone, Courtney & Kyle Baxter and Briana Calcagno.
The video, which can be seen here on YouTube, features an extraordinarily talented mix of television, theater and internet stars. Along with a chorus of countless others, the group is headlined by Lexi Lawson (Hamilton, Rent), Annie Golden (Orange is the New Black), Ashley Brown (Beauty and the Beast, Mary Poppins), Nick Adams (Chicago), Julie Benko (Fiddler on the Roof), Noah Stewart (The Met Opera), The Forte Tenors, The Yale Glee Club, and YouTube sensation Peter Hollens.
The single is available via Broadway Records with all proceeds going directly to the non-profit organization Americans for the Arts. To learn more read the exclusive release article from Billboard Music.