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13th New York Turkish Film Festival May 16-25

New York, New York (PRWEB) May 14, 2014

The Moon and Stars Project, the arts & culture program of The American Turkish Society, is proud to present the 13th New York Turkish Film Festival. The festival will be held on May 16 – 25, 2014 at the School of Visual Arts Theatre. This years festival will build upon the success of A Space Between: A Panorama of Cinema in Turkey, a major retrospective of cinema from Turkey that featured twenty-nine films from 1958 to the present, which was co-presented by The Moon and Stars Project and The Film Society of Lincoln Center in 2012. This year, the film festival is made possible by its signature sponsor, Chobani, LLC, maker of Americas No. 1-selling Greek Yogurt brand, among other contributors.

Turkeys cinema is as rich and complex as is its society, history, and culture, and film opens a unique door to understanding this inspiring country. Believing in the power of cinema to bridge cultures, The American Turkish Society offers this valuable program to a growing audience each year, while also supporting and promoting the filmmakers of Turkey. This years festival will screen a selection of nine remarkable feature films, including two inspiring documentaries, and two collections of short films. The selected films address diverse themes such as poverty in the neighborhoods of Istanbul that have been subjected to gentrification, romance and human connection that transcend national borders, and identity issues concerning immigrant children.

Opening night kicks off on Friday, May 16 with the New York premiere of the visually stunning Butterflys Dream (2013) directed by Ylmaz Erdoan, Turkeys Oscar nominee for 2013. Mert Frat, one of the lead actors in the movie, will be present in person for a Q&A session after the screening. On the following day, tickets to either of the screenings, Yozgat Blues or Ships, include admission to the New York Turkish Film Festival Reception in the lobby of the SVA Theater from 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. on Saturday, May 17. The director of Yozgat Blues, Mahmut Fazl Cokun, as well as the director of Ships, Elif Refi, will be joining in person for Q&A sessions following their respective movies.

In addition to the seven other feature films, the festival will also feature two documentaries followed by panel discussions: My Child, an ambitious documentary by Can Candan, which sensitively explores the difficulties faced by families with LGBT children, and Girls of Hope, by Ayeg

Two Lucky Winners Will Be Going To Thailand With Elise Estrada and MuchMusic To Film An Episode of “My Date With”

Vancouver, Canada (PRWEB) May 16, 2010

MuchMusic is sending some lucky people packing on a date with Elise Estrada to the heart of Southeast AsiaKoh Samui, Thailand! Get your suntan lotion and swimsuits ready to travel to your own ocean front villa at the world renowned Upni Duniya Exclusive Resort, complete a with private chef How were fans able to go on this trip of a lifetime? Simple. They poured their hearts into videos expressing why they are the biggest Elise Estrada fans in the world. From proving they know all of Elise’s lyrics by heart, doing her dance routines, by acting crazy and jumping on couches. They uploaded their video to MuchMusic! Then they sat and waited with fingers and toes crossed.

My Date With on MuchMusic is a killah show that lets the fans, spend a day with their number one, numero uno, big cheese, future husband/wife, bff and all around favourite artist! Former celebrities featured on My Date With include: Katie Perry, Miley Cyrus, Jonas Brothers, Taylor Swift, Hedley and Justin Bieber. Nowwin a date with the woman who has the voice of an angel, Elise Estrada. But, wait. There’s more. So, so, so much more. Elise Estrada is the shizz, so of course winning a date with her has to also be the shizz. My Date With Elise Estrada is happening in Thailand! Thailand! Beautiful Elise, beautiful scenery, beautiful extravagant Upni Duniya Resort, beautiful culture, beautiful times. MuchMusic will pick a winner to fly alllll the way to Thailand with the lovely Elise. And of course a MuchMusic crew that will film the winner with their new bff, Elise.

According to Michael Hektoen, Co-Founder, President and CEO of RockSTAR Music Corp, “This is a great way to have Elise Estrada Fans get closer with her. MuchMusic is a wonderful partner who truly supports Canadian Talent and they produce shows unlike any other network.” Co-Founder, Executive Vice President of RockSTAR, and Elise Estrada Producer Adam H. Hurstfield adds “We love working with MuchMusic and we are thrilled to be doing an episode of ‘My Date With Elise Estrada’ in truly one of the world’s finest resorts UPNI DUNIYA in Koh Samui, Thailand! It is the most outstanding resort I have ever had the privilege of visiting and I am ecstatic that MuchMusic and Elise Estrada fans will get an inside look at this vacation paradise.” Elise Estrada continues “UPNI DUNIYA has always been my dream vacation getaway and I can’t wait to bask in the sunshine and get to know some new friends along with the great people from MuchMusic!”

About the Artist – Elise Estrada

Elise Estrada released her debut RockSTAR Music Corp. CD with 7 consecutive MediaBase Canadian Top 10 singles in a row. Elise Estrada has surprised the nation by reaching an radio listening audience of over 504 Million to date, as well as topping the charts with two #1 Canadian singles. At The 2009 JUNO Awards (Canada’s equivalent to The Grammy’s) Elise Estrada received a nomination for Best R&B/Soul Album Of The Year, and went on to win The Canadian Radio Music Award for Best New Artist or Group (Rhythmic/R&B/Urban/Dance), as well as several other awards including The CHUM Emerging Artist Award, a FACTOR Emerging Artist Award, The BMA AWARD, and a BDS 20,000 Spins Award for her mega-hit UnLove You. Elise Estrada was also recently nominated for two MuchMusic Video Awards.

After touring sold out stadiums with superstars including The Backstreet Boys, Rihanna, Nelly, 50 Cent, Sean Kingston and Lady Gaga, Elise Estrada continues to diversify her fairy tale-like career by returning to the small screen, starring in the MuchMusic television series, Love Court which debuted as the #1 highest rated show on the network. Elise also made her big screen debut in the American Feature Film and sequel to Beverly Hills Ninja, Dancing Ninja co-starring David Hasselhoff and Lucas Grabeel (High School Musical, Milk) which is slated for a late 2010 release. Currently in the studio recording her second album in Los Angeles, California and Vancouver, Canada, Elise Estrada has re-teamed up with writer/producer/manager Adam H. Hurstfield and added new teammates including Grammy Award Winner, Orlando Calzada to the mix. Elise Estrada’s highly anticipated sophomore CD is scheduled to be released September 2010 on the RockSTAR Music Corp. label, exclusively distributed by Universal Music.

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BronzeLens Film Festival Announces Best of Festival Honorees

Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) December 01, 2014

BronzeLens Film Festival (BronzeLens) 2014 winners were announced at the BronzeLens Awards Show ceremony held at the Atlanta Marriott Marquis where the Best of Festival filmmakers in their perspective categories received top honors. Award winning film categories included the Feature, Documentary, International, Short, Documentary Short, Student, Webisodes as well as Best Actress, Best Actor, Best Overall and the Audience Awards.

Of the 43 juried films screened, a panel of 14 judges selected the work of filmmakers representing the United States, Africa and South America to receive BronzeLens Awards. This year BronzeLens Awards prizes were enhanced by generous sponsor contributions. SIM Digital provided an Arri Light Kit gear package and color correction valued at more than $ 30,000 for the Best Overall winner, BET Networks presented $ 5000 for Best Short, the ASPiRE Television Student Award included a network internship and Entertainment Partners gave budgeting and scheduling software to the Best Feature and Best Documentary filmmakers.

It is a privilege to showcase the work of some of worlds best and brightest filmmakers at BronzeLens, said Deidre McDonald, BronzeLens Film Festival Artistic Director. Their creativity and passion inspires us to continue to serve as champions of the industry.

The 2014 BronzeLens winners, awards and films synopsiss are as follows:

The Best Overall -Best Feature-: CRU

(Producer: Danny Green, Alton Glass, Courtney Triggs, Matthew Hatchet, Oliver W. Ottley III, Director: Alton Glass)

Nearly twenty years after a tragedy, the reunion of four high school friends opens old wounds, exposes long-hidden secrets and paves the road to forgiveness and redemption.

Best Documentary: Lifes Essentials With Ruby Dee

(Producer: Jevon NJ Frank, Director: MutaAli Muhammad)

In this open-letter style documentary, Ruby Dee & Ossie Davis rich lives guide their grandson on his personal quest to master lasting love conscious art, and undying activism.

Best Webisode: Good Girls

(Producer: Kai Parham, Asia Lampley , Director: Rhavynn Drummer)

Four young women in pursuit of love and success in Atlanta, maneuver through their blossoming individuality and moral upbringing.

Best International: They Are We

(Producer: Emma Christopher/Sergio Leyva Seiglie, Director: Emma Christopher)

A family separated by the transatlantic slave trade for 200 years sing and dance its way back together? THEY ARE WE tells how, after a set of remarkable discoveries, Cuco and Alfredo set out to do just that, and how Joe and Solomon welcomed them home.

Best Student: Little Africa

(Producer: Curtis Adair, Director: Justin Oney)

During the massacre of the 1921 Tulsa Race Riot, a biracial cop passing as white protects his black mother from the town genocide.

Best Short: Hero Mars

(Producer: Susan Chapman, Director: Skyler Cooper)

A down and out actor gets the chance of a lifetime to audition for a world class theater company but struggles against misconceptions, hostility, and ignorance in their quest to gain acceptance.

Best Short Documentary: The Helen Lindsey Story

(Producer: Maria Howell, Director: Mike Ray)

Courage, Determination and WILL, only partially describe Helen Lindsey and the journey shes traveled with no limbs. Her story will change YOUR life forever.

Best Actress: Rain Pryor for That Daughter’s Crazy

(Producers: Sam Adelman and Daryl Sledge, Director: Elzbieta Szoka)

Some apples dont fall far from the tree. That Daughters Crazy, directed by Elzbieta Szoka and produced by Paradox Smoke Productions, is a portrait of actress/singer Rain Pryor, daughter of legendary comedian Richard Pryor.

Best Actor: Keith Robinson for CRU

The winners of the Audience Awards, determined by audience votes throughout the Festival are:

Best Feature: CRU

(Producer: Danny Green, Alton Glass, Courtney Triggs, Matthew Hatchet, Oliver W. Ottley III, Director: Alton Glass)

Best Documentary: Lifes Essentials With Ruby Dee

(Producer: Jevon NJ Frank, Director: MutaAli Muhammad)

Best Short: THE B WORD

Producers: Nakisha Celistan and Nichole Celistan, Director:Jermaine R. Spencer

THE B WORD is a cinematic short narrative depicting two sisters on conflicting paths; both leading to a destructive cycle of fear, blame and uncertainty. The story is set around the disease of Bulimia Nervosa.

Best Student: Little Africa

(Producer: Justin Oney, Director: Curtis Adair)

About the BronzeLens Film Festival

Founded in 2009, The BronzeLens Film Festival of Atlanta, Georgia is a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing national and worldwide attention to Atlanta as a center for film and film production for people of color. Its mission is twofold: to promote Atlanta as the new film Mecca for people of color; and to showcase films and provide networking opportunities that will develop the next generation of filmmakers. Since its inception the BronzeLens Film Festival has evolved as one of the most comprehensive film festivals for filmmakers of color in the United States. Visit for more information regarding the BronzeLens Film Festival and future updates.


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Over 4 Dozen Quickie DVD Reviews from Film Industry Pro 3-Month Series with 140 Characters or Less from Gini Graham Scott

San Francisco, California (PRWEB) April 02, 2013

Now a new quickie DVD review column on the social media can help readers quickly decide whether to rent or buy a DVD or subscribe to a streaming video. Launched in January by film writer and producer Gini Graham Scott, after seeing new DVD releases almost every night for three years, the column features reviews of over four dozen films in 140 characters or less, so they can be featured on all social media platforms, including Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn. After a brief film introduction and highlights, each film is graded from A+ to F. The most recent reviews are listed at #DVDlatestrecs and all of them are on the Changemakers Publishing page on Facebook.

The reviews include the following, listed in reverse chronological order:

Twilight:BreakingDawn:Part2.Bella likes power as vampire; threat of battle with Volturi clan thinking her child immortal. B (April 1)

Bachelorette.3 friends, bridesmaids at friend’s wedding, wild night-before fling. Many mishaps. Unreal, dumb, rowdy humor. C (March 31)

This Must Be the Place. Aging rock star on journey to find father’s guard in Nazi camp.Slow, meandering,2nd half better. B- (March 31)

Lincoln.Abe wheels & deals to pass 13th Amendment to free slaves.Realistic, great acting;too long, talky,2nd half better. B+ (March 29)

A Royal Affair.True story 1760s.Queen of crazy king finds love with court doctor; leads to scandal, transforms Denmark. A (March 29)

LesMiserables.Powerful musical.Ex-prisoner adopts dying woman’s child, changes life, pursued by official in 1830s France. A (March 28)

This Is 40.Not very funny unrealistic comedy:married couple turns 40. Sex, gross out jokes.Dull if not your type of humor.C+ (March 26)

WreckItRalph.Charming tale. Guy in game wants to be good & finds he can use wrecking to help others.Clever animation. A (March 24)

ZeroDarkThirty.Woman CIA operative leads hunt for Bin Laden after 9/11.Good realism.Too long,especially interrogations. B+ (March 23)

Downton Abbey. Intriguing interplay of stories of English aristocracy/servants on cusp of social change.Season1:1912-14. A (March 22)

Hitchcock. Making of Psycho and love story of Hitchcock and wife who helped him. Strong cast.More on making psycho better. B+ (March 17)

Life of Pi.Indian boy seeks to survive on lifeboat with tiger. Amazing cinematography, CGI. Weak framing, sometimes slow. A- (March 17)

The Master.Overrated,long,talky.Hammy acting.Violent seaman joins cult on boat In 40s.Poor motivation.Why keep helping him? C+ (March 2)

The Sessions.Based on true story.Man in iron lung seeks sex with surrogate.Learns to love. Helen Hunt, John Hawkes great! A-.(Feb. 28)

Dexter. Great TV series.Blood expert hunts down, kills bad guys, juggles relationships with girlfriend, sister, cops. A (Feb 28)

Dredd.Sci-fi action.Tough judge, jury, executioner in future city against drug ring ruled by 1 woman.From 35yr Brit comix. B+ (Feb. 25)

Atlas Shrugged, Part II. Talky confusing struggle to save rr as guv takes over patents, economy. Plus mystery motor search. C (Feb. 24)

Anna Karenina.From Tolstoy.Married society lady swept off feet by cavalry officer, could lose all.Too stagy,tho stylish. B (Feb. 23)

Argo.Great.Based on true story.Fake film cover used to take 6 US embassy escapees as “crew” from Iran to Canada in 1979. A+ (Feb. 21)

Special Forces.French-made action film.Team rescues female journalist from Taliban.Lots of blood, killing.Great scenery. B- (Feb. 21)

Russian Ark. Amazing production: 2000 actors in costume; 300 years of Russian history at Hermitage shot in single take. B+ (Feb. 19)

The Awakening. Excellent ghost story.1920s independent woman ghost debunker discovers her own ghosts & love at old school. A. (Feb. 18)

Skyfall. After nearly dying, Bond helps M face down her biggest foe. Mostly good dramatic action, but overlong opening. A- (Feb. 16)

Chunhyang.2000 Korean, courtesan’s daughter marries noble son; nearly dies by evil new guv before son return. Epic sweep. A. (Feb. 14)

Perks of Being a Wallflower. Charming coming of age story about shy freshman who meets offbeat seniors & first love. A- (Feb. 14)

High Crimes.Legal thriller. Woman lawyer learns husbands’ real identity, defends him in military trial.Unlikely twist end. B- (Feb. 13)

Eastern Promises.Midwife finds links to female slavery & Russian mob in Britain after pregnant teen dies, leaves diary. A- (Feb. 12)

Law Abiding Citizen. Legal suspense thriller. DA hunts down man turned serial killer for justice after wife’s murder. B (Feb. 11)

Deadfall.Brother/sister escape after casino robbery in deep snow; he kills; she falls in love. Solid suspenseful B flick. B+ (Feb. 10)

Celeste and Jesse Forever.Great romcom. Couple divorcing try to stay best friends, hard to let go. Realistic, sensitive. A (Feb. 9)

Here Comes the Boom.High school bio teacher becomes boxer to save music dept. Mildly amusing but unrealistic, predictable. B- (Feb. 8).

Little White Lies. French story. Friends avoid the truth on vacation after friend injured. Good but overly long, complex. B+ (Feb. 6)

Flight. Denzel great as airline pilot with drinking problem in crash investigation. Goodman unreal, ending a let down B+ (Feb. 6)

Seven Psychopaths. LA writer writing script about psychopaths encounters them. Amusing but hammy acting. B (Feb. 3)

A great foreign film: elary, a Czech/Slovak film. A nurse resistance fighter hides in a village, marries older man she comes to love. A (Feb. 3)

Hotel Transylvania. Cute animated tale about human at castle for monsters and vamp daughter wants to see world. B+ (Jan 31)

The Paperboy. Terrific coming-of-age story in 1969 Florida. Mystery/murder as reporters try to free ex-con. Great actors. A (Jan. 27).

Universal Soldier: Day of Reckoning. Sci-fi action. Guy wakes coma, family dead, seeks revenge. Poor story, characters. C- (Jan 26)

End of Watch. Intriguing realistic film of ghetto cops. Slow in spots & found footage approach annoying. B+ (Jan. 24)

To Rome with Love. Latest Woody Allen. Lives and romances of familiar actors, some too much themselves. Fun but predictable. B+ (Jan. 20)

Compliance: based on true story. Complying with prank caller. Slow since much on phone but great B+ (Jan. 20)

Frankenweenie in stop motion & see 1984 short (A), GameChange on Sarah Palin choice (A-), Hit&Run, amusing (B) (Jan. 16)

Hit and Run: Amusing but not grea (B), Cosmopolis: Talky and boring (D). Breaking Bad: Great! Now on season 4. (A+) (Jan. 12)

Some recommendations for great films and TV series on DVD: Arbitrage, Breaking Bad, Luck, Boardwalk Empire, Mad Men. More recs each week. (Jan. 7)

The column on #DVDlatestrecs features 4 to 5 postings each week on the latest DVD releases, and if DVDs are phased out, the column will feature the latest downloads. Scott brings to these reviews a long experience in the film industry as a writer of over 15 scripts and the writer/producer of over 60 short videos featured on Changemakers Productions YouTube channel: changemakersprod She is also an author of The Complete Guide to Writing and Producing a Low-Budget Short Film, published by Hal Leonards Limelight Editions, as well as the author of over 50 books published by mainstream publishers, including Random House, Simon & Schuster, and AMACOM.

Her latest video is a Hollywood-style short film based on the full length feature Dead No More, a suspense thriller about a woman in cryonics suspension who is brought back after

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