Deborah Kobylt LIVE: Natalya Vorozhbyt

A warm welcome to Natalya Vorozhbit, writer/director of the award-winning Ukrainian film, “Bad Roads.” Natalya will be calling us LIVE from Ukraine to discuss her incredible film.

“Bad Roads” portrays a startlingly grim panorama of life during wartime, takes place along the battle-scarred Donbas region of eastern Ukraine, when tensions between the Ukrainian government and Russian-backed separatists flared into armed conflict in 2014, long before the war in recent months. Natalya pulls us a little deeper into the heart of the contest, where soldiers and civilians dwell in unbearable tension, women are exploited, and so much more.

The film will be screening at the Saban Theater on June 23, we discuss how she made the film, it’s impact, and so much more.

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Deborah Kobylt LIVE: Marco Pelusi

Have you ever wondered how A-listers always have such amazing hair? Then tune in to our show with celeb hairstylist Marco Pelusi, who is behind some of the best-known heads in Hollywood.

Marco is a globally-recognized hair color authority and owner of Marco Pelusi Studio West Hollywood. He was born in Pittsburg, and comes from a long line of hairstylists from his dad to his uncle, and when Marco realized Pittsburg wasn’t his thing, the family stood behind him and supported his launch in West Hollywood.

He credits his supportive family and strong Italian background for who is today, and shares some charming stories about growing up Italian in Pittsburgh, along with working on some pretty famous heads, from supermodel Carol Alt to actor James Brolin (I asked about Barbra).

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Deborah Kobylt LIVE: Carlo Siliotto

Please give a warm welcome to Golden-Globe nominated film composer Carlo Siliotto, who has written music for over 100 films, documentaries, and TV series.

Born in Rome, Carlo shares stories of his early days in Italy, when his mom gave him a choice for his birthday – a bike or a guitar. He chose the guitar, and he’s never composing ever since.

Carlo has worked with some of the most recognized names in the business, from Franco Cristaldi to Oliver Stone. We talk about his style, his process to composing music, and the film that brought him to America, where he now lives by the ocean.

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