Here is one of our videos from last year
Thank you to everyone that appears in the video, you all are awesome!
Thank you to Wesley and the Crushers for the music track from the video, check them out! Thank you to Adam from Wolverine Lake Filmsfor the wonderful editing and special effects! Thank you to Amr of Flashing Lights Media, Inc. for filming. Thank you to Michael Anthony Photography http://www.michael-anthonyphoto.com/ for filming. Thank you Katie O’Rear model for the interviews that will be posted later. Thank you Encode Media Group for your support.
See you at the next one!
Tonight we’re joined by some folks with insight into the Detroit Public Schools situation, as well as guests from the upcoming Motor City Comic Con like Ming Chen Comic Book Men, Ivy Doomkitty and John E.L. Tenney. Plus where you can find IT in The D and Podcast Detroitat Motor City Comic Con this year (hint: we have two booths, it’s going to be a lot of fun), our IT in the D May Casual Networking Event next week at The Huma Room at HopCat – Detroit, our announcement about the Podcast Detroit expansion and recap of the Metro Detroit Podcaster Meetup and more: http://www.itinthed.com/…/motor-city-comic-con-guests-dps-…/
Come out tonight to see this Star Trek fan film! Click for details.
Rose! Is coming to Motor City Comic Con This year!
Singer, dancer and star of stage and screen, the multi-faceted Billie Piper has been entertaining audiences since her teens. She signed a recording contract at the age of 15 and released her debut single “Because We Want To” which shot straight to the top of the charts and made her the youngest ever artist to debut at number one in the UK singles charts. Following up with the success of her impressive debut, Piper released a follow up in 2000 with a sophomore effort “Walk of Life” before turning her efforts to a career in acting.
In 2004, Piper made several screen appearances in theatrical films such as “The Calcium Kid” and “Things to do Before You’re Thirty.” The roles offered a great change of pace for Piper and prepared her for what would become her most notable role yet.
With the long dormant Doctor Who series finally making its return to the BBC in 2005, Piper was cast as Rose Tyler, the companion to Christopher Eccleston’s Doctor for the first two seasons of the re-launched series. The success of the first two series was directly responsible for the resurgence in popularity of the Doctor Who brand, leading to greater exposure for the show as a whole as well as an audience in the US. Following the second series finale, “Doomsday,” Piper left the series as regular while making still occasional appearances on series specials.
Following her work on two made for television films airing on the BBC, “The Ruby in the Smoke” and “The Shadow in the North,” Piper landed the role high-class escort Belle de Jour/Hannah Baxter in the series Secret Diary of a Call Girl. Piper was lauded for her work on the steamy show and was nominated for Best Actress by Entertainment Weekly magazine during the series’ run.
Piper can currently be seen on the Showtime horror series, “Penny Dreadful” as Brona Croft, an Irish immigrant with a mysterious and dark past. With no signs of slowing down, Billie Piper continues to redefine who she is and what she’s capable of in front of the cameras.
We are Motor City Geeks!
Thanks to everyone that appears in this video! You rock!
Check out more videos athttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCw0Z4YObDlt4mclAWZhF12w
Thank you to Adam from Wolverine Lake Films for the wonderful editing and special effects! Thank you to Amr of Flashing Lights Media, Inc. for filming. Thank you to Michael Anthony Photography http://www.michael-anthonyphoto.com/ for filming. Thank you Katie O’Rear model for the interviews that will be posted later. Thank you Encode Media Group for your support.
See you at the next one!