Child prodigy, prolific writer, poet and creative genius are just a few of the terms used to describe Sophia Stewart. In 1979, her love and skills for writing motivated her to move from New York to Los Angeles where she studied cinema at the University of Southern California (USC). She has received numerous awards for her achievements over the years. After earning the Rosa Parks Award from the NAACP in December 2005, she also got the honor award for empowering the people from the Las Vegas Music Awards in September 2006.
Mother of the Matrix as she is affectionately known, wrote her epic "The Third Eye" while she was studying cinema at USC. She contends that her ingenuous work, copyrighted since 1981, is the foundation and contains the core elements of the blockbuster films: The Terminator and The Matrix.
John B. Wells shared news issues of the day and hosted a night of Open Lines. In the first hour, author Sophia Stewart contended that her epic story, The Third Eye, was plagiarized to create two of Hollywood's biggest franchises, The Matrix and The Terminator. More »