|"IN" with Tamara Henry|
In. It's the only way out!
Next Scheduled Guests:
Women In Film: director Ann Finnegan and actress Maria Rockwell: SUN Dec 14th, 2008 7:30pm
"What the Bleep" Actress Elaine Hendrix: TBA Jan/Feb 2009
Short Version: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L8O2LDPdXCY
Cutting Room Floor: Alcoholism/Sobriety and 30 Rock (coming soon)
Created, written, produced and hosted by Tamara Henry, MA. The focus of the show is to combine spirituality with entertainment. Tamara delves into the hearts and minds of spiritual and conscious leaders, especially when it comes to green eco-conscious topics or spiritual cinema. Tamara has interviewed doctors, entrepreneurs, authors, actors, activists, producers and directors of conscious films.
Ed Asner, Elaine Hendrix, Ted Casablanca, Darryl Roberts, Marla Maples, Claes Nobel etc...
The 11th Hour - Part 1: http://ie.youtube.com/watch?v=27N7XcoNTXc
Leonardo DiCaprio - Part 2: http://ie.youtube.com/watch?v=lr2EcJf9rr4
Part 1 of 3: http://ie.youtube.com/watch?v=47m7lQHc3uA
Beverly Hills - channel 43
Santa Monica - channel 77
everywhere else - channel 98
Victor Salva directed "Jeepers Creepers" and "Powder". This half hour exclusive television interview will air on Sunday night March 30, 2007 at 8:00pm coinciding with the national release of the movie by Universal.
Nick Nolte as "Socrates"
In 2012, Tamara interviewed Sean Patrick Flanery who played "Powder" for her film Until They Are Home.
"Conversations With God"
Eric DelaBarre began his career writing for prime time Hollywood crime shows.
Eric & Tamara at the TMA Hat's Off Party.
Jsu Garcia was Captain Nadal in the Mel Gibson film "We Were Soldiers," Roman in "Collateral Damage," Pablo Obregon in "Traffic," Javier in "Along Came Polly" and gained praised for his portrayal of guerrilla leader Che Guevara in Andy Garcia's "Lost City."
Fine Arts Theatre - Beverly Hills
Airing Sun Sept 23, 2007 8PM
"This has been a fascinating interview!" ~Neale Donald Walsch
Tamara interviews Rev. Dr. Michael Beckwith about the film after the Los Angeles advanced screening.
This entrepreneur holds the record for appearing on the most reality television shows. Now he's competing with Tamara to see who got the best Oscar Celebrity Interviews on "IN" at the OSCARS!! 4/22/2007
Deepak Chopra's daughter Mallika Chopra "The 7 Spiritual Laws of Success" movie
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This show airs in 300,000 homes all over Los Angeles.
ELEVATE: Part 1 of 3: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uPEj3nWbyXk
ELEVATE: Part 2: KTLA debut with Lisa Bonet and Interviews with Directors/Actors on the Blue Carpet http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mfQtxyJKO4Q
ELEVATE: Part 3: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CJZNRWnCjtk
Tamara's inspirational television program received intellectual property registration at the Writers Guild of America:
I just viewed your "IN" show DVD. What a treat! I felt compelled to
share my notes with you that I composed while watching. Needless to
say, Tamara, your show exceeded my expectations and divulge to you
why. It was such a charmed blessing to receive your show and some of
the other materials at the ISE event. Ariel and I have been somewhat
overwhelmed by this task and the East coast is easily 10 years behind
the West. I'm happy to report that my prayers and intentions have been
answered and have been extraordinarily blessed to come in contact with
with such high quality, insightful work. So thank you, Tamara, for
"coming to your senses by losing your mind."
Okay, here goes:
1. You have a gift for self-promotion. After viewing your red carpet
interviews and the Leno show spot, I admit I was expecting something a
little more "hyped". What I was treated to was a very giving
interview. You've established such a rapport and trust with Victor on
camera and made this a one-of-a-kind interview. You've mastered the
art of "tuning in" and in the process brought out the best from both
of you without it becoming overly sensationalized. This is very rare
- you have exemplified a world shift with your presence.
2. Absolutely nothing was forced. The interview, combined with the
movie footage, made this interview emotional, engaging, and very
sincere. You have many facets - humorous, lucid, and emotionally
intelligent. You mirror Victor's energy very effectively and allowed
him to be completely himself. He mirrored your lucidity and emotional
intelligence right back because you've effectively created tha space
for him. I particularly found the discernment between light and dark
pieces especially poignant...it wasn't at all "preachy" and treated
the audience with tremendous respect. Masterfully done.
3. The movie clips chosen very much exemplified good acting. I've
been training actors through intuitive techniques, Meisner, and NLP
strategies for almost 15 years and had no idea the acting was so
inspired in this movie. My wife and I hold a deep affection for
"Powder" and for Nick Nolte (the movie "Teachers" is one of our
favorites.) More students of the craft need to be exposed to this
book and film.
4. You need to do a show featuring YOU as the guest. What a gift
that would be. There were people at the ISE the other night that I
believe could make that happen.
5. You're a major talent, Tamara. I see you breaking the mold and
setting a new standard for entertainment journalism. You're the real
So I think it goes without saying that I'd like to see more of your
work, Tamara. I don't know if you and the other ISE
members realized this - but when everyone combines resources and
cross-promotional opportunities are discovered - there's easily an
audience of over a million people waiting. There's a lot of power in
Take very good care and I hope your audition went inspiringly well.
I just saw your show with Buzz Aldrin and, impressive as he is with his
academic, aerospace and addiction recovery accomplishments, I was most
impressed with you.
I enjoyed how you effortlessly kept the conversation moving toward the
inner plane of existence, and its relationship with our outer
experience. I got the sense that you were not just repeating memorized
quotes and spiritual aphorisms -- there was a clear feeling that you
have engaged and experienced these truths in you own life, and in a
meaningful way. As Blavatsky said, "To know the doctrine is to live
Thank you for being all this and in the form of a messenger - that is,
your beautiful and enthusiastic self - which will reach many people, so
desperately in need of spiritual nourishment, who might not hear the
message any other way.
Please let me know when your show will be on again!
With peace and love,
Chris Sheridan, M.A.