A doorway to magical realms, which leads within to find your answers. This is a place of healing and restoration of passion.. Whether fiction or non-fiction, Theresa Chaze will help you find new paths to healing and the wisdom many thought long gone.
Wednesday, August 08, 2012
Women's New Roles in Film
You Walk The Path, You Won’t Know Where it Goes is hosting
director, writer and producer Odette Blanch at 1 pm eastern on
August 9, 2012 as we talk about the changing roles of women in film.
Blanch Director/Writer/Producer – Odette’s unique ability to
write seems to run in the family. She is the grandniece of the
acclaimed writer, interpreter and historian, Itic Swartz Cara. She is
currently working as Director/Co-Writer for “What Did She Say”,
“Dark Curtains”, Co-writer for TV pilot currently titled “Dark
Sided Jewel” and Director/Writer for “Cover to Cover”. Odette
is an associate member of the Director’s Guild of Canada (DGC) and
a Ryerson University Graduate. Her past experience in the film
industry encompasses both film as well as stage. Her diverse skills
are readily apparent on both sides of the camera. Odette has directed
and written a feature film called Vengeance Circle and film shorts
which include: Silence in Chaos, The Search, Loneliness, Date from
Hell as well as Loser Date Parade and Don’t Slip the Dark.
learn more about the changes in the film industry tune into
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/theresachaze on August 9 at 1 pm
eastern. The phone lines and chat will be available for those who
wish to participate. The phone number is (347) 838-9927
Have you ever met someone
for the first time and instantly liked or hated them? What if the
meeting again was not by coincidence, but an opportunity to make
different choices? Would you do things differently or would you make
the same mistakes?
Elizabeth was asked by her mentor to teach a writing
course at a small college. Since she never forgets a kindness, she
reluctantly agrees. Arriving in town, she instantly regrets her
decision. She wants to run, but she is honor bound to stay. Even as
the ghost of a small child begs her to forgive, the memories of
another time arouse feelings she doesn’t understand and is unable
to control. When she meets Shane, Elizabeth is overwhelmed with
hatred. The feeling is mutual as Shane redirects her jealousy and
rage. By the time Elizabeth realizes what is happening, it is too
late to run. Can she and the others learn how to forgive and
remember the love before the jealousy, hatred and need for revenge
once again take over their lives?
Never Can Say Good-bye is a traditional ghost
story with a reincarnation twist. It picks up where the films
Somewhere in Time, Always, and Ghost left off. Its logline
is: Love and hate survive death.
To learn more about Never Can Say Good-bye and Theresa
Chaze's other projects go to www.theresachaze.comwww.theresachaze.com
Theresa Chaze has been described as the woman who plays with dragons, especially the dragons of the mind. She leads her readers to magical realms and others worlds. Her work is based on her philosophy that all peoples can live together in peace as long as we come from respect, not only for ourselves but those who follow different paths or beliefs. Whether fiction or non fiction, Ms Chaze uses her talent to help others find the path to healing and take back their own power. In many ways, she is a life coach who helps others find alternative life paths and regain their passion. Her work has been compared to Marion Zimmer Bradley and Anne McCaffrey with an adult version of Harry Potter mixed in. Theresa Chaze's major works so far include the first two novels of the Dragon Clan Trilogy , a ebook of Shadows, Out of the Shadows and Into the Light, and a fantasy ebook of short stories called, Sisters, Mother, Daughters. Her screenplay, Never Can Say Good-bye, is one of the 2006 winners of the Gloria Film Festival.