We had a lovely chat with Lili Bordán, a talented actress and producer, but most importantly, just an amazing personality to talk to. We had a lot of laughs while we talked about her passion for film and children with Autism.
We live in an ever changing world. People change, and so do priorities. It's time to Reinvent Brussels. Join the Kick Off event, on September 26th, and be prepared to start the movement for a Brussels of Tomorrow.
Sam Medina is nothing like you see on screen. He plays the villain in almost every movie, but deep in his heart, he's a funny, gentle guy, passionate about films. We'll be able to see him opposite Mark Wahlberg in "Mile 22", being eaten in "Venom", but also in his first directing debut "Code name The Dragon".
Nathan Segal talks about life after PTSD. How he copes with Amnesia and self sabotage. An intimate view into his life. We discuss the trauma's and how he handled them with different techniques. From the darkness, into the light.
Mark Sugar, the guitarist and vocalist from Trials, a heavy metal band from Chicago, USA, took some time off to be able to do an interview for What's your Story. Motley Crue scared the shit out of Mark, but it did got him interested in the metal scene. He started picking up the guitar from there, first trying out acoustic, but later on, he was showing up in heavier bands.
The story of Burning Table began in November 2011. After a long career in last 25 years in different projects, the band united around the core Zsolt Szabo, Levi Molnar (Survolaj) and Bogy Nagy (Crossroads), and decide to name the project Burning Table.
Knaan Shabtay doesn't like to think about what genre his music is, he just goes with the flow, and improvises, as he gets along. He started playing classical guitar when he was 12. After he got into jazz a bit, but that didn't go anywhere. About 2 years ago, he started songwriting, and upto know he still searching that specific sound in music, his style. He's had a few gigs, where he really enjoyed the crowd, and it's reaction to his music.
When Annika was a child, she watched the news and saw all those children suffering, and the only thing she knew well, was to sing. So she wanted to earn millions and millions of dollars, and give it to all those suffering children. Annika still has that good side in her, and she really wants to help out people where she can. She's still as ambitious as she was when she was younger, and that defines her, that shy redheaded girl, with her incredible music.