"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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Virtual reality is the future of entertainment, allowing the audience to be transported to another world like never before, and giving them the ability to interact with that world.
This is why Fuzz on the Lens is very proud to have teamed up with our good friend, Steve LaMorte, once more to produce a short film, shot entirely in virtual reality. It is the tale of an imminent zombie apocalypse, told through the eyes of an infected survivor. Just in time for Halloween, the "Zombie SurviVr" app is on sale now for only 99 cents via Google Play and the App Store at www.ZombieSurviVR.com.
UPDATE (11/1): Check out the story in the Staten Island Advance.
After finishing Abnormal Attraction with Tyler Mane and Renae Geerlings, we decided to team up again. This time as producers on Mane Entertainment's second feature film entitled "Penance Lane." Along with Tyler and Renae, the film stars Scout Taylor-Compton ("Halloween I & II" / "Nashville"), John Schneider ("The Duke's of Hazard"), Daniel Roebuck ("The Fugitive" / "US Marshals" / "Matlock") and our own Michael Leavy.
The production, that just concluded outside of Atlanta, Georgia, also had a fantastic crew, headlined by director Peter Engert, stunt coordinator Ben Jensen and emmy nominated production designer Shane Morton.
For more information and updates about the film visit it's IMDb.
Both of these videos were produced by Fuzz on the Lens and Jason Milstein for Broadway Records and No Bully, a charitable organization that looks to end bullying through education and better preparation of schools. The videos star over 70 kids of all ages. These kids are extraordinarily talented, having all been a part of Broadway musicals, and they decided to lend their talents to a great cause. The song can be downloaded from Broadway Records for under $2 and all the proceeds will go directly to No Bully. So please do what you can to spread the word and support all the kids who are in need.
Production has officially wrapped on "Getting Grace," and post-production will conclude soon as well, thanks to some help from Fuzz on the Lens Productions.
The film is a feature length independent drama about, Grace, a teenage girl who is dying of cancer. She crashes a funeral home to find out what will happen to her after she dies, but ends up teaching the awkward funeral director, Bill Jankowski how to celebrate life.
Bill is played by writer/director Daniel Roebuck and filming took place in his hometown of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. For more information, LIKE the film's Facebook page.