Nashville's Sam Palladio reveals plans for more original music as he releases a duet with The Saturdays' Una Healy
He's best known as singer-songwriter Gunnar on Nashville, but actor and musician Sam Palladio has plans to release more original music outside of the show. Palladio has recorded a duet, 'Stay My Love', with Una Healy of The Saturdays – written by Healy
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In search of something to believe in once more, Signe Pike left behind a career in Manhattan to undertake a magical journey-literally. In a sweeping tour through Mexico, England, Ireland, Scotland, and beyond, she takes readers to dark glens and abandoned forests, ancient sacred sites, and local pubs, seeking people who might still believe in the elusive beings we call faeries. As Pike attempts to connect with the spirit world-and reconnect with her sense of wonder and purpose-she comes to view both herself and the world around her in a profoundly new light. Captivating, full of heart, and unabashedly whimsical, Faery Tale is more than a memoir-it's the story of rekindling that spark of belief that makes even the most skeptical among us feel like a child again.
Rune is an aspiring filmmaker with more ambition than political savvy, paying her dues as an assistant cameraperson for the local news. But she's got her eyes on the prize, the network's hot newsmagazine, Current Events -- and she's got the story she knows will get her there. Poking around in the video archives, Rune spots a taped interview with Randy Boggs, who's doing hard time in Attica for a murder he claims he didn't commit. Rune can't say exactly why, but she's sure he's innocent. If she can prove it, Current Events won't merely report the news, it'll make news -- and Rune's career. But what she could be writing is Randy Boggs's epitaph -- and her own. Rune's newly discovered witness soon turns up dead. A hit man from Miami is on Rune's trail, and Boggs is finding prison even more...
The last two months have been incredibly busy for production activity on films supported by Bord Scannán na hÉireann/the Irish Film Board, with a host of films both beginning and finishing principal photography. David Freyne’s The Third Wave and Lance Daly’s Black ’47 began filming in Ireland and Luxembourg respectively whilst Frank Berry’s Michael Inside finished principal photography in Cork following a five-week shoot. Farhad Safinia’ s The Professor and the Madman is also currently filming on location in Dublin and Wicklow alongside Morgan Bushe’s The Belly of the Whale. Mark O’Rowe’s Delinquent Season began filming in Dublin while Bharat Nalluri’s The Man Who Invented Christmas is currently filming on location in Dublin and Wicklow. The Third Wave , directed by David Freyne and produced by Rory Dungan and Rachael O’Kane for Tilted Pictures tells the story of a deadly virus that has devastated Europe for six years, transforming people into zombie-like monsters. Redefining the zombie genre and starring Ellen Page, Sam Keeley and Tom Vaughan-Lawlor, The Third Wave is financed by the Irish Film Board, Northern Ireland Screen, Bac Films, BAI and Yellow Moon. Lance Daly’s Black ’47 stars Oscar® winner Jim Broadbent and Hugo Weaving alongside an all-star Irish cast including Stephen Rea, Sarah Greene and Moe Dunford. The film is written by PJ Dillon, Pierce Ryan with additional material by Eugene O’Brien and Lance Daly. Set in 1847, the year of The Great Famine in Ireland, Black ’47 follows Feeney — a hardened Irish Ranger who has been fighting for the British Army abroad — as he abandons his post to return home and reunite with his estranged family only to find... The film charts Feeney as he sets out on a destructive path to avenge his family but as Hannah, an ageing British soldier is sent in to stoke the fires of revolution, both men question their motives, as they are tested to the limit by the hellish... The film is financed by Primemeridian Entertainment, the Irish Film Board, the Luxembourg Film Fund, Wildcard Distribution, BAI, TV3, Eurimages, Umedia, Samsa Films and Fastnet Films. Following a shoot in both the recently decommissioned Cork Prison and Dublin, the Frank Berry-directed Michael Inside tells the story of Michael McCrea, a young and impressionable teenager who is sentenced to three months in prison after being... Inside, Michael is exposed to violence and intimidation and when he is released the film looks at how prison has affected his thinking and his behaviour. Produced by Subotica and financed by IFB, Michael Inside sees Dafhyd Flynn starring alongside Lalor Roddy and Moe Dunford. Directed by Farhad Safinia, it stars Mel Gibson as Professor James Murray, who, in 1857 undertook the creation of the famed dictionary. The film will showcase up-and-coming local Irish talent Rob McCormack, Abigail Coburn, Zoe Moran, Phonsie Wardell, and Nora Cooper alongside English actress, Natalie Dormer. Morgan Bushe’s The Belly of the Whale also went in November, starring Pat Shortt and Michael Smiley. Bushe’s film follows two down-and-out drifters as they attempt to alter their circumstances by teaming together to hold up a small-town amusement arcade. The Belly of the Whale is funded by the Irish Film Board, RTÉ and Filmbase. Starring Cillian Murphy and Eva Birthistle, Mark O’Rowe’s Delinquent Season tells a story of marital disharmony as Jim and Danielle witness their good friends Yvonne and Chris’ relationship growing factions and soon both couples are soon forced to... Produced by Parallel Films, the film is funded by the Irish Film Board, BFI, RTÉ.
Sam's Famous Carrot Cake (baking soda, buttermilk, carrot, cinnamon, eggs, flaked coconut, flour, raisins, salt, vanilla extract, vegetable oil, walnut, sugar)
Sam Choy's Oven-Roasted Kalua Pig (banana leaves, liquid smoke flavoring, sea salt, pork chops, water)
Green Eggs And Ham Sam I Am Recipe (nonstick cooking spray, eggs, ham, salt, food coloring)
Sam's Duck Rice (duck breasts, olive oil, shallot, garlic, cinnamon, rice wine, soy sauce, oyster sauce, salt, black pepper, spring onion, brown sugar, rice)
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