WATCH: Where is Wayne? At the WHITE HOUSE for CHRISTMAS (2010) S1 E3

Where is Wayne? Show

Christmas Tree Arrival at The Obama White House
A team of volunteers decorates the official White House Christmas Tree in the Blue Room of the White House, Nov. 30, 2009.
Official White House Photo by Lawrence Jackson
President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama pose in front of the Official White House Christmas Tree in the Blue Room of the White House, Dec. 5, 2010.
Official White House Photo by Chuck Kennedy

HBO & World Of Wonder Present #Liberty2Me, A Portrait Gallery + A documentary, “Liberty: Mother of Exiles”

Wayne Sampson + “Liberty2me” Photographer Josh Telles
LISTEN: Wayne Interviews the Gallery Photographer

Hollywood, CA, Greetings friends, I had a chance to attend the opening of the #Liberty2Me Portrait gallery. Listen to my interview with the gallery photographer, located at the World of Wonder (RuPaul’s Drag Race) Production Headquarters in Hollywood, CA + watch the trailer of the documentary that explores the Statue of Liberty’s origins on generations.

Photo booth for GUEST of the Gallery Opening
Description of MOTHER of EXILES Gallery

Portrait of BEVY SMITH (TV Personality)
Words from Bevy: Agency & Freedom: Liberty Equals freedom, and freedom means a lot to a girl with two parents from the Jim Crow South
Diane Von Furstenberg, (DVF) Fashion Designer and Executive Producer (Mother of Exiles)
Words from Diane: Freedom, Hope, Love, Eternity: Liberty is freedom, hope, love and eternity

AFI FEST Red Carpet: “The Body Remembers When the World Broke Open”. A story of two indigenous women

Ava DuVernay’s company ARRAY Releasing has acquired the film, The Body Remembers When the World Broke Open. It was released on NETFLIX November 27. I spoke to the Director, Writer (s), Producer and actress of the film on the red carpet before the screening at AFI Fest, an annual top notch film festival in Hollywood. Check out my Interview below.

LISTEN: Wayne Interviews the Filmmakers & Lead Actor

Two Indigenous women from vastly different backgrounds find their worlds colliding on an East
Vancouver, B.C. sidewalk when brutality and fear drives one of them out from her home and
into the cold rain. As this intimate yet challenging encounter develops, what began as violent
and terrifying tentatively expands as the women’s shared imagery and cultural
experience weave afragile bond between them. Both women now must face their own unique
struggle as they navigate the complexities of motherhood, class, race, and the ongoing legacy of

Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers – Co-Writer / Co-Director, Kathleen Hepburn – Co-Writer / Co-Director, Tyler Hagan – Producer and Violet Nelson – Actor