TV – “Remembering September 11th” Perspectives Twenty-Years Later with Art Shrian TiwariSat. Sep 11 AT 6:00 am EST
Where were you on September 11th? As we approach the twenty-year anniversary of this tragic event in America, let us take a moment to explore its lessons and how September 11th has changed us.
Art Shrian Tiwari is a director-writer-actor-filmmaker, who loves storytelling. Born and raised in India, now he calls NY/NJ is home. He quit his successful corporate career, to follow his passion and build a new career in the entertainment industry. He has worked in several short films and TV shows as an actor and starred as the lead in the beloved indie feature film Werewolf Ninja Philosopher, which had a theatrical release both in NYC and Chicago. As a screenwriter, his first feature-length screenplay with co-writer Lapacazo Sandoval got optioned recently, and the project is in the early stages of pre-production. He’s now working on his second feature-length screenplay soon to be optioned. As a director, he recently directed his first screen project ‘Red Is My Color’, that’s in post-production. He’s currently working on creating 3 TV shows and a few films, with various creative partners. He also runs the digital magazine MyNewYorkEye and the podcast ArtApproved!
After a 5 years break from the corporate world, he’s back working in the IT/Business consulting as an IT Executive. He’s also a full time Dad, the job he loves the most. In whatever time is left, he loves to eat and travel!
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~ More About Bill Myers Inspires ~
Emmy Award-winning actor Bill Myers is an accomplished actor, jazz musician, filmmaker, writer, educator, and speaker. As a bi-racial man who is both black and white, Bill leverages his background, talents, and voice through creativity, compassion, and connection as activism for social justice to focus on uniting the divide and compelling change.
In a civic leadership capacity, he has served as President of the African American Jazz Caucus in NYC, member of the Indianapolis Cultural Development Committee, and served as President of the Indianapolis Downtown Optimist Club. In addition to his Emmy Award, Bill has received many awards and notable commissions for his work including being commissioned by the Indianapolis Museum of Art to create an original work for Dr. Martin Luther King Day entitled “The Music, Martin & Me.”
Bill Myers seeks to encourage, enlighten, and empower others through the power of entertainment to affect social justice.
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