Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Joe Bev's Improvises Science-O-Rama Online Video Wraparounds at www.imaginesciencefilms.org


Science-O-Rama - Episode 4
His Vision Made Television 
Part 3





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6-minute short subjects based on Popular Science magazine articles spanning the 1920-60s. Each short is presented with modern context wrap-arounds by Joe Bev alter egos Willoughby and the Professor. A new Science-O-Rama video premieres every Monday.


Bev improvises these modern context opens and closings in his character's voices, which are then animated as shadow puppets  by Lorie Kellogg.

A new Science-O-Rama video premieres every Monday.
The second Science-O-Rama is available
to watch for free at:

http://www.imaginesciencefilms.org/2013/09/24/science-o-rama-episode-4-his-vision-made-television-part-3/

Science-O-Rama 
with Joe Bev

Ripped from the pages of Popular Science Magazine!
The past is the future!

All episodes can viewed at:
http://www.imaginesciencefilms.org/?s=Science-O-Rama



Next week: New Efforts May Harness SUN LIGHT (part 1)


Episode Three
His Vision Made Television - part 3

from the November 1940 Popular Science article by Elliott Arnold.
Click here for article.





Video Editing by Lorie B Kellogg
“Willoughby and the Professor” Theme by David Garland
Science-O-Rama Theme”El Capitan” by John Phillips Sousa
Executive Producer Alexis Gambis
Produced, Directed & Voiced by Joe Bevilacqua


Philo T. Farnsworth dreamed of television without moving parts when he was thirteen; a year later, still in high school, he invented some of the basic parts of electronic television. In 1927, when he was twenty, he took out his first patent, on an entire television system not just one partand Donald K. Lippincott, the radio engineer, called him "one of the ten greatest mathematical wizards of the day."



Alexis Gambis
"We absolutely love it! ... I am beyond excited about this series and I think a lot of people will be interested," said Alexis Gambis.

Alexis Gambis is the Artistic Director & Founder of Science Imagine Films. Gambis is a French-Venezuelen scientist, filmmaker and founder of Imaginal Disc, a film production company focused on scientific storytelling. His work is interdisciplinary and diverse, yet focuses on bridging the sciences and the visual arts through film, exhibits and installations, research and teaching. He received his Ph.D in Molecular Biology from The Rockefeller University, a Masters in Bioinformatics from the University of Marne la Vallée and Bachelor of Arts from Bard College.

He is currently enrolled in New York University Graduate Film Program as a thesis student, where he is working on his first feature film, The Fly Room, based on a the true life story of a pioneer geneticist from the 1920s.


Joe Bev 
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Joe Bevilacqua, also known as Joe Bev, is primarily known as a radio theater dramatist. However, his career has taken him into every aspect of show business, including stage, film and television, as a producer, director, writer, actor, and even cartoonist.
Not content to hide behind his microphone, Bevilacqua will be seen acting in the upcoming feature films: "The Green Blade Rises" directed A.J. Edwards, "The Fly Room" directed by Alexis Gambis, "Cold in July" directed by Jim Mickle, and "Hits" directed by David Cross.

Joe Bev (Bevilacqua) can do hundreds of voices, dialects and impressions. For the upcoming movie "The Fly Room," he not only portrayed the on screen character of Uncle Dwight, he was personally commissioned by the director Alexis Gambis, to act as vocal coach to the cast during the entire shoot and wrote, produced and voiced a number of audio sound beds in the style of old time radio for use in the film. Bevilacqua has been selected for the role of British General Bernard Montgomery for the upcoming History Channel WWII miniseries.

Sound Stages Radio is airing two unique Joe Bev Audio Theater shows per week:
Tuesdays 8:30 am ET, repeat Wednesdays 2:30 pm ET and Fridays 1:30 pm Fridays, repeat Saturdays 5:00 pm, streamed at http://www.soundstagesradio.com.

Next week: part three of a three part Science-O-Rama on Philo Farnsworth, the father of television.

The Popular Science archives are online and free to view at: http://www.popsci.com/archives


For more information go to:                http://www.waterlogg.com                http://www.imaginesciencefilms.org



Joe Bev also produces FOUR podcasts per week:

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AS SEEN IN SILHOUETTE
Willoughby & the Professor from the radio series...

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COR PODCAST
JAZZ PODCAST
JOEBEV PODCAST
The Joe Bev Experience Podcast on iTunes 
OR click on the link to the right to hear us online
CARTOON PODCAST
OR click on the link to the right to hear us online

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