Sexual Assault Prevention Month with Leslie Timmons and Kenneth Castillo
The Giving People Hope Podcast
Trigger warning: In this episode, we discuss sexual violence. April is Sexual Assault Prevention Month, so we visited with Leslie Timmons and Kenneth Castillo with our Community Partner Voice of Hope about their prevention efforts. Prevention is the best solution to ending sexual violence in our community. Along with other stakeholders in the community, Voice of Hope is putting forth innovative prevention efforts. As mentioned in the episode: Voice of Hope Hotline: 806.763.7273 National Sexual Assault Hotline: 1-800-656-4673 Roots Garden on Instagram: @rootsgardenlbk--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lubbockareaunitedway/support
Stereotypical: My Filmmaking Journey From The Harbor To Hollywood - Kenneth Castillo FULL INTERVIEW
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In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, Matthew Currie Holmes sits down with Latinx filmmaker Kenneth Castillo for an intimate chat about making indie movies. Kenneth Castillo is a Latinx, indie filmmaking hustler. Most of his movies are violent, gritty, visceral and deeply rooted in Kenneth’s Latinx culture. Much like his films, Kenneth himself doesn’t pull many punches when discussing his craft, the good and bad people in the film industry, and his often conflicted relationship with fellow Latinx filmmakers. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/couch-trip-cinema/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/couch-trip-cinema/support
Director and filmmaker Kenneth Castillo stops by and shares how he creates a space to highlight Latino stories in an industry that is desperate for new voices, yet is consistently unable to propel them. CHARITY/NON-PROFITArts for a BETTER TOMORROWABT is an organization established in Los Angeles in 2014 by actor, producer, and humanitarian, José Yenque, where they serve underprivileged youth in places such as Los Angeles and Tijuana by providing educational, therapeutic, and social integration platforms so that their students acquire both personal and occupational skills. ABT utilizes the arts to prevent and reduce school dropout rates and minimize unhealthy activities, such as gang violence that is prevalent in underprivileged communities. Their dedicated team of instructors provides students with life-skills development, mentoring, and hands-on instruction and activities through visual and performing arts. To learn more and donate please visit artsbt.org
Good Bad Funny Podcast w/ Aurelio Miguel Bocanegra
Talented Writer and Director Kenneth Castillo is todays Special guest. He has written and directed numerous films. Kenneth talks about what it takes to live your dream, the hardships to never give up and the happiness to do what you love! Listen, rate, subscribe and review!