New Show Announcement: "Fairy Tale Access"
DMVC Productions director, Denise-Marie McIntosh, Head Fairy and Independent Research Paralegal shares her quest for unraveling fairy tales in actual time, rather than once upon a time, hosting a new series Fairy Tale Access. From the classic character introduction to real life fairy tales in the making, these shows will inspire even the most cynical non-believer into believing in... Fairy Tales. Fairy Tale Access will search beyond the standards of absolute and universal application; we will weigh in and re-think the possibilities regarding the nature of Fairy Tales.
Each episode is a quest, access requires participation, and participation requires observing, reading and asking questions. The possibilities? They are endless... packed full of informative information for viewers. The show will also reveal the inspiration and contributors behind the Nashua, NH Fairy Tale Festival. Denise-Marie said: "I was very excited when I was approached by Access Nashua to create shows that extend past the Nashua, NH Fairy Tale Festival. It will be a great opportunity to share with the Access Nashua viewers what I love about fairy tales, research, literacy and seeking out the possibilities - taking inspiration from real life experiences, and creating interactive, informative and appealing programs. Each program is very different in its own way and there are lots of ideas that I hope will inspire everyone."
The first episode in the series will introduce you to a set of connections between Captain Hook, Shriners Hospitals for children and a vivacious 7 year-old girl and her parents. The second in the series will introduce you to connections between a mermaid, a young woman, a school teacher and Autism Awareness.
Fairy Tale Access is a DMVC Production for Access Nashua. The Executive Producer is Denise-Marie Cutter McIntosh aka The Head Fairy. It was commissioned by Access Nashua Director Dick Gagnon. For more information please visit http://fairytaleaccess.blogspot.com.
Call for Volunteers: New Show Seeking a Crew!
Calling All Artists!
Are you an artist in the Nashua area? Would you like to be interviewed for an upcoming show for Access Nashua called "Artist Spotlight?" If so, please send your name, what type of artist you are and your availability to Justin McGonigle at firstname.lastname@example.org. And thanks!
Production Crew Wanted
Access Nashua is also looking to organize a production crew to work with Producer Justin McGonigle on his show called "Artist Spotlight." We are willing to train, but some camera experience would be helpful. This crew would consist of one, possibly two, camera operators (no camera required we can provide the equipment) and a video editor. They would work with the producer to go out into the field and record the interviews on location in the artist's studios. If you are interested in being a part of the crew filming "Artist Spotlight" please contact Dan at Access Nashua by either emailing him at email@example.com or by calling the studio at (603) 589-3141.
New Show Announcement: "Can Do All Things"
"'Can Do All Things in Christ' is a show that the Lord put in my heart when I was asked by Dick [Gagnon, Station Manager, Access Nashua] if I was interested in [creating] a show," says producer Rev. Isabel D. Rivera, current producer of "Cristo Salva."
Rev. Rivera introduces her new show as a bilingual, testimonial program, which invites its guests to come on the show and "talk about the things that God made possible in their lives." Six English-langugage shows and five Spanish-language shows have already been produced.
Rev. Rivera invites viewers of the show who wish to share their story and testimony to contact her to be on a future episode. Interested individuals may also email the Station.