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Breakaway Daily has been featured in thousands of different media outlets including online websites, radio stations, newspapers and magazines. Notable press has included the following. Click for each feature or list of features.


Media Partner

We are a proud media partner with The Artemis Women in Action Film Festival. Taking place every year since 2015 in Los Angeles, the fest is dedicated to honoring female-driven action films. CarrieFisher, Rosie O’Donnell, Patricia Arquette, and Paul Feig are among its high-profile supporters.

Artemis Motion Pictures celebrates the first film festival dedicated to honoring female action, empowerment and powerful women taking action on the silver screen. From female action heroes to female activists, Artemis shines a spotlight on females in narrative and documentary films who are fearless, fierce, and revolutionary. Every year Artemis honors kick-ass honorees and trailblazers. Past award winners have included Melissa McCarthy, Tom Cruise and Yancy butler, Jessie Graff, Linda Hamilton and Cynthia Rothrock.

“Our film festival seeks to redefine the image of women, not just on screen, but in culture as well,” emphasized festival Founder Melanie Wise. “Our official hashtag is #WomenKickAss and we try to convey that sensibility in everything that we do.”

 

Exclusive coverage of Prince’s celebration at his Paisley Park complex

Fans, friends and family marked the first anniversary of Prince’s passing with an epic four-day celebration at Prince’s Paisley Park in Chanhassen, Minnesota. Two thousand Prince fans from around the world gathered April 20th to 23rd to enjoyed live performances, panel discussions, exclusive concert screenings and guided tours during Celebration 2017. The historic event held at Prince’s private estate, production compound and recording sanctuary outside Minneapolis highlighted his tremendous talent, influence, and importance as a composer, musician, producer, live performer, and filmmaker.

 


Interviews

Breakaway Daily takes you behind the scenes through our up close and personal conversations. We have been honored to speak with people from all over the world including artists, dancers, app developers, entrepreneurs, designers, actors, directors, musicians, authors, entrepreneurs, activists, humanitarians, photographers and more. Notable interviews have included Prince’s personal photographer’s Afshin Shahidi and Steve Parke, contemporary artist John Nieto, authors Rich Marcello and Ben Greenman, film director Ron Maxwell, singer/dancer Blake McGrath, singer Elise Estrada, Dumb & Dumber 2 actor Steve Tom, Witchblade’s Yancy Butler.

Behind the scenes of James Barker Band’s “Never Be the Same” (Camila Cabello) music video in Toronto starring Luka & Jenalyn

Luka & Jenalyn’s emotionally powerful style of dance is captured in the official music video for James Barker Band’s country cover of “Never Be the Same.” Filmed in one day at ProdStudio in Toronto, the video was directed by Ben Knechtel with video work by Lee Zavitz. Luka & Jenalyn hold nothing back as they use stunts and strong movement to capture the intimate lyrics of the song. They tell the story of someone who has fallen so deeply in love that their life is transformed.

Columbus, Ohio: Interview with Noel Frederick Mehlo, Jr. on his novel The Lost Ranger: A Soldier’s Story

Brave men from the 5th Ranger Infantry Battalion were decimated on their path from the bloody June 6, 1944, D-Day invasion on Omaha beach to assaulting the fort at Brest, France five months later.  Their story is told in The Lost Ranger: A Soldier’s Story, an extensively researched novel that examines the unit that the author’s grandfather, Staff Sergeant Herbert Stanton Hull, served in during the war. The author, Noel Fredrick Mehlo Jr., served in the U.S. Army as a Counterintelligence Agent working and training in support of Army Central Command (ARCENT) Counterintelligence activities in the Middle East, to include…

South Carolina: Bill McDonald on his book Old Geezer Romancing In Cyberspace

After working for three decades for South Carolina’s capital city newspaper, The State, retired journalist, Bill McDonald, takes his skills from the newsroom to write an entertaining book about his adventures in online dating as a senior citizen. Old Geezer Romancing in Cyber Space vividly shares a tell-all of the good, the bad, the uncomfortable and the hilarious that makes online dating one of the most exciting adventures Mr. McDonald ever had. This is the second book published from Mr. McDonald. His first book, Columbia, Cornerstone of the Carolinas is about the city he covered in the newsroom for thirty-two years. While…

The Villages, Florida: Margie Howd on her tribute to her grandparents through novel Love Letters from a Doughboy

Margie Howd’s debut novel, Love Letters from a Doughboy: A World War I Love Story, was a true labor of love for her grandparents. It tells the story of Thomas and Juliette, two young people in love and what they had to overcome. Separated not only by difference in social status, but by war.  The novel is based on Margie’s grandparents’ love letters that she found after her mother’s passing. She found the stack of love letters in the bottom drawer of her mother’s dresser that she and family members were cleaning out. After going back home and reading the letters,…

St. Augustine, Florida: Interview with author David T. Straw on his third novel Chasing Diamonds

After teaching for seventeen years in the elementary classroom, David T. Straw decided to quit so he could turn his passion of writing into a profession. He is now a seasoned author and has published two other books including Complimentary Tales and Lost In Notebooks.  David was a competitive swimmer and sailor in his early years living in Miami Lakes, Florida. His love of the water would become a big influence on his life and writing. His latest novel Chasing Diamonds is a story of one man’s journey of self-discovery. BREAKAWAY DAILY: Can you describe the plot of your novel, Chasing Diamonds? DAVID: It’s about a…

Real life love story Until Now inspires readers to believe in true love: Interview with Bobbie Jean Johnson Player

Until Now is a love story based on the real life relationship between Bobbie and Victor. Written by Bobbie herself, the novel tells the story of how the pair were able to overcome many of life’s struggles and strike a balance in life through faith and love.  Although Bobbie and Victor experienced unimaginable rejection, abuse, discrimination and domestic violence throughout their lives, they refused to remain victims of their circumstances. They overcome the slippery slope of toxic shame in order to experience a genuine, untainted love they had never experienced before. By writing the book, Bobbie hopes that this novel becomes a…

“Don’t worry, choose happy.”
Life coach Kimberly Seabrooks on living a happier life

Kimberly Seabrooks is an inspiration guru! A certified life coach, an author, a podcast host on Intellectual Chocolate and The Kimberly Kristen Experience as well as a Youtube content creator. Kimberly teaches people how to deal with everyday problems through positive energy and life skills that will carry you through each day.  When did you know you wanted to become a life coach? The reason why I wanted to become a life coach is because I was a person who was living my life for other people and not living my life the way I wanted to live it. Because…

Filmmaker Usher Morgan discusses his new book Lessons from the Set: A DIY Guide to Your First Feature Film

We recently had the privilege of conversing with Usher Morgan, the award winning writer, director, and producer whose work includes Prego, Windblown, Fine Dining, Trapped Inside and the newly released feature film, Pickings. Morgan’s new book, Lessons From the Se Lessons from the Set: A DIY Guide to Your First Feature Film, was released to bookstores by Library Tales Publishing on December 17th, 2018. Below are extracts from our conservation with the filmmaker. What was it  that made you want to make movies for a living? Was there an age or point in time when you began to see film and…

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