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K-Syran performs

In K-Syran‘s Words:

What a week! From my shoot in a studio in London where I stayed 3 hours in a pool filming underwater shots in the beautiful Three Graces dresses, to flying to Malaga for my Manilva Pride gig.

Spain is beautiful with it’s gorgeous coast line and delicious food.
I arrived the day before so that I could get to enjoy swimming in the sea.
On the big day, Saturday, I was picked up by a lovely man who volunteered to help out. This is why I love performing for GayPride; it’s a celebration of love and everyone is so generous and helpful. The tech went brilliantly with super talented producer Dan Boots and team from Intimacy Records attending, checking sound and images. I didn’t get to meet my dancers but lucky to finally meet amazing Christian Lee Dun who organises Manilva Pride.

We were all picked up at around ten thirty, I was dolled up in my striking green K-Syran designer dress by renowned Zaid Farouki and jewlery by Esfir Jewels – I felt like a diva! There were thousands of people already attending cheering and having a wonderful time.

I had the best time ever on stage with them and the loving fun audience cheering us on. Such a thrill to perform my own songs live in front of an audience who are so warm and generous and to see them dancing to my tunes makes me feel that all the work I do is defiantly worth it!

About K-Syran

Having started her career on an exciting note by opening the UK Tour for the prominent Blue, K-Syran has since been receiving the love and praise of music connoisseurs across the globe. Releasing two albums (Smoke In My Veins and Dizzy), topping several billboard charts and evenhaving one of her singles being nominated as the anthem of International Women’s Day 2016, K-Syran’s journey continues to demonstrate an exciting path.

K-Syran follows up 2018’s monumental success with billboard charting singles, Shake that Booty and Dizzy, and her brand new offering,Carefree Careless.

Beyond her illustrious work in music, K-Syran is also debuting in her first feature film The Lady from The Sea. As the leading lady in this exciting new venture, K-Syran is demonstrating her dynamic versatility and ingenuous creativity as an artist.

To add to all these incredible feats, K-Syran will also be performing live at the ‘Puerto de la Duquesa’ in Manila on the 15th June 2019. Celebrating equality and dignity for all, this performance will add to K-Syran’s line-up of live performances in 2019.

Dedicated to creating great music and versatile performances, K-Syran is at the forefront of creating an unparalleled music experience.

For collaborative opportunities, please contact Manal at manal@theamanqiedit.com.

Long Island International Film Expo Announces Full Schedule

Long Island International Film Expo (LIIFE) Announces Full Schedule and Celebrities Attending July 12th – 18th

The 22nd Annual Festival Will Include Film Screenings, Panels, and an Award Ceremony Honoring Those Who’ve Made an Impact on LI Film

Bellmore, NY (June, 2019) – With the 22nd Anniversary of the Long Island International Film Expo (LIIFE) happening July 12th – 18th, this year’s schedule includes some of the best short and feature-length independent films from around the world, which will be shown at the historic Bellmore Movies (222 Pettit Avenue, Bellmore, NY  11710)!

LIIFE is the premiere filmmaker community on Long Island, sponsored by the Long Island Film/TV Foundation (LIFTF), the County of Nassau, Gold Coast Studios, The Long Island Railroad, Hamptons TV and the Nassau County Industrial Development Agency, which shows over 160 short and feature-length films of every genre. The expo offers networking opportunities, a350 seat historic theater, press and media opportunities, a convenient filmmakers lounge, and several discussion panels with topics ranging from distribution, to scriptwriting, to legal music, and a filmmaker panel/breakfast.

Some of this year’s films include Long Island premieres such as Daniel Schechter’s, Safe Spaces starring Justin Long (New Girl), Fran Drescher (The Nanny), Richard Schiff (The Good Doctor), Kate Berlant (Ghosted) and Becky Ann Baker (The Blacklist), Eddie McGee’s (formerly of Commack) pilot, Eddie’s, starring Eddie McGee and George Wendt (Cheers), Sal Del Giudice’s, To Make a Long Story Short, Bellport’s Andrew Henriques’s, The $500 Dress, Rockville Centre’s Kenneth R. Frank’s, Family Obligations, Plainview’s Justin Portaros, Kid, The Moon, St. James’, William LiPera’s, The Rest of My Life, Hicksville’s Tom Cassese’s, Zoul, West Babylon’s James’ Hardy’s, Be There Soon, Glen Cove’s Christian Plingo’s, Sometimes, We Never Really Change and East Meadow’s Max Hechtman’s Stories of Strength and Hope: Preventing Youth Suicide.

New York premieres include Oceanside’s Eli Hershko’s, Fairytale, Oceanside’s Jacki Xerri’s Teen Night and Ruckzuck,, Riverhead’s David Chai’s, Pass the Buck and Jimmy Bie’s, The Badge.

World premieres include Shirley’s Fred Carpenter’s, Interview with the Hitman (starring Kevin Brown), Centerport’s, Robert M. Sansivero’s, The Loyalist, Lindenhurst’s Gregg A. Dacosta’s, The Last Sound, and Hempstead’s Rob Graydon’s, Father.

Other LIIFE films include such notables as James Dreyfus (Notting Hill), Ben Wilbond (Ghosts), Tim DeKay (American Crime), Sean Young (Blade Runner), Bianca Marroquin (Fosse/Verdon), Evan Alex (Us), Navid Negahban (Legion), Fred Willard (Modern Family), Kevin Pollak (The Marvelous Ms. Maisel), Bob Newhart (The Bob Newhart Show), Lily Tomlin (Grace and Frankie), Carl Reiner (The Dick Van Dyke Show),

Carol Channing (The Love Boat), Mitzi Gaynor (South Pacific), Vincent D’Onofrio (Daredevil), Betsy Baker (Sharp Objects), Norman Lear (One Day at a Time), Tom Smothers (The Informant!) and Kay Ballard (The Mothers-in-Law).

Most of the panels at this year’s Long Island International Film Expo (except for the Breakfast panel) are free and include:

“From Script to Screen –  How to create, finance, and distribute independent content in the digital age,”  “How to Market Yourself in the Acting Biz,” “How to get an agent,” “The Good, The Bad and the Ugly of Independent Filmmaking-  Breakfast Panel,” “The Write Stuff’ Panel on Scriptwriting,” and our widely popular, “Directors’ Audition Panel.” For more information and to get your reservation tickets, please go to http://longislandfilm.com/panels-events/

Opening the Long Island International Film Expo on Friday July 12th at 11:00 a.m. this year will be the Young Filmmakers Showcase. LIIFE is proudly showcasing films from students of the Long Island High School of the Arts, Barry Tech, and Long Beach High School, as well as various young independent filmmakers, the youngest being 15 years old.  This is the 3rd consecutive year LIIFE has held the YFS and it is now one of the many highlights of the film expo.

Honorees for this year include Abigail Hawk of Blue Bloods with a Creative Achievement Award and Director John A. Gallagher with a LIIFETime Career Achievement Award.  Kevin Brown from 30 Rock will be our host, and actor Christopher Roach from Kevin Can Wait will be one of our presenters. Celebrities always appear schedule permitting, and more will likely sign on before the closing party on Thursday, July 18, 2019. To buy tickets for the closing night party, go to http://longislandfilm.com/awards-ceremony/

2019 LIIFE Schedule:

LIIFE KICKOFF: Friday, July 12th, 2019

11:00am:

Young Filmmaker Showcase

Total Duration: 1 Hour, 5 Minutes

LIIFE KICKOFF: Friday, July 12th, 2019

1:00pm Showing:

Total Duration: 2 Hours, 3 Minutes

Film:

Film Duration:

Isle of Capri – Documentary

9 minutes

My Favorite Stone

10 minutes

One More Round

14 minutes

Love from Afar – Documentary

15 minutes

Hysterical Women – Webisode

22 minutes

Maturing Youth

26 minutes

Yuu Kai- Anna – Animation

27 minutes

LIIFE KICKOFF: Friday, July 12th, 2019

3:45pm Showing:

Total Duration: 1 Hour, 23 Minutes

Film:

Film Duration:

1-0

10 minutes

It’s Time for Tea

10 minutes

Daffodil

13 minutes

Extradition

15 minutes

Sweet Heart

17 minutes

People Like You

18 minutes

LIIFE KICKOFF: Friday, July 12th, 2019

5:30PM-6:30pm: Filmmakers Lounge – 228 Pettit Avenue, Bellmore, NY – Free

Informal Opening Night Reception and Tech Awards

Must be 2019 Participating Filmmaker or Have a Ticket for Any Film Block to Attend

LIIFE OPENING NIGHT FILM BLOCK: Friday, July 12th, 2019

Official Opening Night Film Block 6:45pm Showing:

Total Duration: 2 Hours, 3 Minutes

Film:

Film Duration:

The $500 Dress

6 minutes

How Do You Type a Broken Heart

13 minutes

The Rest of my Life

22 minutes

Family Obligations

82 minutes

Friday, July 12th, 2019 – Scared for Your Liife Block!!

Scared For Your Liife Block

9:30pm Showing:

Total Duration: 2 Hours, 18 Minutes

Film:

Film Duration:

The Driving Dead

4 minutes

Number 25

5 minutes

Mirror Mirror A Tale of Blood

9 minutes

Preparation

9 minutes

Matryoshka

10 minutes

It Lives in the Closet

11 minutes

The Theatre of Terror

90 minutes

Saturday, July 13th, 2019

Strictly Students!

10:00pm Showing:

Total Duration: 2 Hours, 2 Minutes

Film:

Film Duration:

Student Film: The Movie

3 minutes

FLIP

10 minutes

Stories of Strength and Hope – Documentary

12 minutes

Coming And Going

12 minutes

Reservations For Two

13 minutes

Love Sick

14 minutes

In My Eyes

20 minutes

Midnight Regulations

38 minutes

Saturday, July 13th, 2019

10:30pm-1:00pm: Filmmakers Lounge – 228 Pettit Avenue, Bellmore, NY

FREE PANEL – Please Reserve tickets HERE: http://longislandfilm.com/panels-events

“From Script to Screen” How to create, finance, and distribute independent content in the digital age. Panelists – Filmmakers Elias Plagianos and Stevan Mena

Saturday, July 13th, 2019 – Doc Block!

1:00pm Showing: Documentary Block

Total Duration : 2 Hours, 5 Minutes

Film:

Film Duration:

M1-K0

8 minutes

The Guy; The Brian Donahue Story

19 minutes

My Body Is Not A Weapon

38 minutes

They Stole a house

60 minutes

Saturday, July 13th, 2019

1:45pm-3:15pm: Filmmakers Lounge – 228 Pettit Avenue, Bellmore, NY

FREE PANEL –  Please Reserve tickets HERE: http://longislandfilm.com/panels-events

“The Pitfalls of Blind Ambition” – Lynne Grossman and Tom Ferranola – Affinity Artists Agency.

Saturday, July 13th, 2019

1:45pm-3:15pm: Filmmakers Lounge – 228 Pettit Avenue, Bellmore, NY

FREE PANEL – Please Reserve tickets HERE: http://longislandfilm.com/panels-events

“How to Get An Agent, What Do Agents Look For” –  Tom Ferranola and Lynne Grossman – Affinity Artists Agency.

Saturday, July 13th, 2019

3:45pm Showing:

Total Duration: 2 Hours, 10 Minutes

Film:

Film Duration:

Lover & A Giver – Music Video

4 minutes

Scratch This – Webisode

5 minutes

Someday – Music Video

6 minutes

Reverie

7 minutes

Kid, the Moon

8 minutes

Drip

10 minutes

Retreat Resistance – Webisode

11 minutes

Primal Therapy

12 minutes

Hot n’ Nerdy – Webisode

15 minutes

Karen

21 minutes

To Make a Long Story Short – Documentary

31 minutes

Saturday, July 13th, 2019

6:45pm Showing:

Total Duration: 2 Hours, 5 Minutes

Film:

Film Duration:

Father

1 minutes

Masterclass: Acting with Doors

4 minutes

Eddies – Webisode

26 minutes

Eleanor

94 minutes

Saturday, July 13th, 2019

9:30pm Showing:

Total Duration: 2 Hours

Film:

Film Duration:

The Birth of Deceit – Trailer

2 minutes

Teen Night

8 minutes

Jones

9 minutes

Into the Dark

14 minutes

Fairy Tale

87 minutes

Saturday, July 13th, 2019

10:15pm Showing:

Total Duration: 2 Hours, 10 Minutes

Film:

Film Duration:

Melon Shorts – animation

2 minutes

Deep Dive

6 minutes

Ruckzuck – Documentary

8 minutes

Piccolo Vento

17 minutes

A Never Ending Stream of Consciousness – Animation

20 minutes

F.A.M. – Webisode

30 minutes

The Blackout – Webisode

47 minutes

Sunday, July 14th, 2019

10:30am-12:00pm: Filmmakers Lounge – 228 Pettit Avenue, Bellmore, NY

General Admission – $5.00, Get Tickets Here: http://longislandfilm.com/panels-events

The Good, The Bad and the Ugly of Independent Filmmaking –

An Entertaining and Informative Panel Moderated by Mitchell Bard of Snapper Films. A cross section of LIIFE 2019 Filmmakers Discuss their experiences in the Indie Film World. Free for 2019 LIIFE Participating Filmmakers, Day Pass and Gold Pass Holders.

Sunday, July 14th, 2019

12:15pm-1:00pm: Filmmakers Lounge – 228 Pettit Avenue, Bellmore, NY – Free

FREE PANEL – Please Reserve tickets HERE: http://longislandfilm.com/panels-events

“Write Stuff” Panel on Scriptwriting – Moderated by Mitchell Bard of Snapper Films. Everyone enjoys a good story. Now you can meet the people who write them. Sit back, relax, and get ready for a shot of inspiration and encouragement. Whether you are a fan who wants to know where writers get their ideas from, or a writer trying to break into the business, this panel and question-and-answer session will give you some insight into the mind of the writer. Panelists -Mitchell Bard and Loren-Paul Caplin.

Sunday, July 14th, 2019

1:00pm Showing:

Total Duration: 2 Hours, 1 Minutes

Film:

Film Duration:

Bae

2 minutes

Effigy-Poison and the City – Trailer

2 minutes

INDESTRUCTIBLE!: Baseball on the Isthmus – Trailer

3 minutes

Passage of Time

4 minutes

Pass the Buck

5 minutes

VR CR3W

7 minutes

Be There Soon

8 minutes

Spice Frontier – Animation

8 minutes

Troll

9 minutes

Two Balloons – Animation

9 minutes

Lara

10 minutes

InSex

14 minutes

Mea Culpa

20 minutes

The Last Fishing Trip

20 minutes

Sunday, July 14th, 2019

3:45pm Showing:

Total Duration: 1 Hours, 56 Minutes

Film:

Film Duration:

The Dancer

16 minutes

Three Kings

23 minutes

Where Theo Lives

77 minutes

Sunday, July 14th, 2019

6:30pm Showing:

Total Duration: 1 Hours, 55 Minutes

Film:

Film Duration:

Icons – Animation

5 minutes

The Premonition

5 minutes

My Dinner with Schwartzy

15 minutes

Interview with a HitMan

90 minutes

Sunday, July 14th, 2019

9:15pm Showing:

Total Duration: 2 Hours, 3 Minutes

Film:

Film Duration:

The Parking Spot

10 minutes

Despair

11 minutes

The Replacement

11 minutes

The Drone

14 minutes

Pet Peeve Police – Webisode

18 minutes

Waking Venus

18 minutes

Alternate Ego

19 minutes

Mommy Mafia – Webisode

22 minutes

Monday, July 15th, 2019

1:00pm Showing:

Total Duration: 2 Hours, 18 Minutes

Film:

Film Duration:

The Translator

11 minutes

I’m Still Here – Documentary

14 minutes

Too Much Noise

14 minutes

Funny You Never Knew – Documentary

99 minutes

Monday, July 15th, 2019

1:00pm Showing:

Total Duration: 2 Hours, 17 Minutes

Film:

Film Duration:

Damaged

8 minutes

Hunting Rabbits

8 minutes

My Son Thomas

8 minutes

Sometimes, We Never Really Change

8 minutes

The Break

8 minutes

The Secret to Good Living

8 minutes

It Looked Like Snow

10 minutes

Tomislavov Dnevnik

15 minutes

Vice

10 minutes

Back Up Plan

15 minutes

First Disco

18 minutes

Life EDU

21 minutes

Monday, July 15th, 2019

7:30pm Showing:

Total Duration: 2 Hours, 23 Minutes

Film:

Film Duration:

The Last Sound – Webisode

8 minutes

Chemistry Read

9 minutes

The Badge

11 minutes

Follow

12 minutes

Hush

12 minutes

Receding

14 minutes

Rubber Room – Webisode

20 minutes

toke is cheap

23 minutes

Cosmic Light

34 minutes

Tuesday, July 16th, 2019

1:00pm Showing:

Total Duration: 2 Hours, 15 Minutes

Film:

Film Duration:

Who I Am – Music Video

4 minutes

Benefits Not Included

5 minutes

Bristled – Animation

5 minutes

The Edge

5 minutes

Lost Steps – Animation

11 minutes

The Ghost and the Writer

14 minutes

My Amish World

79 minutes

Tuesday, July 16th, 2019

3:45pm Showing:

Total Duration: 2 Hours, 9 Minutes

Film:

Film Duration:

Love Minecraft Style! Abigail vs Zombie – Animation

1 minute

Ranapakhara

10 minutes

Clandestiny

12 minutes

Coffee and a Donut

12 minutes

Nana’s Room

12 minutes

American Marriage

15 minutes

The Loyalist

18 minutes

Terrolun and Lunlun

49 minutes

Tuesday, July 16th, 2019

7:30pm Showing:

Total Duration: 2 Hours, 19 Minutes

Film:

Film Duration:

Ham Jam

2 minute

Podcast Problems

4 minutes

Fine

5 minutes

New Patient

7 minutes

I Waited for You

9 minutes

Time on the Bridge

13 minutes

Miss Understood Monster

15 minutes

Less Heat in Arizona

25 minutes

It’s A Mess

29 minutes

Been A While

30 minutes

Wednesday, July 17th, 2019

10:00am-1:00pm: Filmmakers Lounge – 228 Pettit Avenue, Bellmore, NY

FREE PANEL – Please Reserve tickets HERE: http://longislandfilm.com/panels-events

“DIRECTORS’ AUDITION PANEL” – Seven Minutes or Less to Impress – Bring your own sides or monologue, or we will assign you one. Read for five or six working Directors. And bring headshots!

Wednesday, July 17th, 2019

2:00pm Showing:

Total Duration: 2 Hours, 1 Minutes

Film:

Film Duration:

Backstage

10 minute

The Gift of the Red Fern – Documentary

12 minutes

The Divorce

17 minutes

Go to Hell and Turn Left

82 minutes

Wednesday, July 17th, 2019

5:00pm Showing:

Total Duration: 2 Hours, 7 Minutes

Film:

Film Duration:

In the House of the Paper Flowers – Animation

8 minute

Not as Tough as You Think

8 minutes

Impact – Webisode

10 minutes

Corey

11 minutes

Zoul

12 minute

Acceptables

13 minutes

Black n’ Blue

13 minutes

The Invaders Angie’s Logs – Webisode

13 minutes

Sequins

18 minutes

Touch Me

21 minutes

Wednesday, July 17th, 2019

8:00pm Showing:

Total Duration: 2 Hours, 20 Minutes

Film:

Film Duration:

Shaholly – Documentary

4 minute

Here We Stay

9 minutes

Wink

9 minutes

Sombra City

10 minutes

Monarch Butterfly

17 minute

Safe Spaces

91 minutes

Wednesday, July 17th, 2019

Closing Party and Award Ceremony

5:30 p.m. Filmmakers Buffet – Filmmakers Lounge – 228 Pettit Avenue, Bellmore, NY

7:00 p.m. Awards Ceremony – Bellmore Movies – 222 Pettit Avenue, Bellmore, NY

9:00 p.m. AfterLIIFE Party – Filmmakers Lounge – 228 Pettit Avenue, Bellmore, NY

Filmmakers Buffet, Awards Ceremony and AfterLIIFE Party – $65 for General Admission, $55 for LIIFE 2019 Participating Filmmakers, Gold Pass Holders, Seniors. Awards Ceremony ONLY – $25.00

Purchase tickets at: http://longislandfilm.com/panels-events/

Celebrity Guests so far:

-Abigail Hawk from Blue Bloods with a Creative Achievement Award

-Director John Gallagher of The Deli with a LIIFETime Career Achievement Award

-Host Kevin Brown from 30 Rock

-Presenter Chris Roach from Kevin Can Wait

(Celebrities appear schedule permitting)

For Full Film Schedule and Synopses and to buy Tickets to LIIFE via Eventbrite, VISIT: http://longislandfilm.com/events/category/liife-2019/ and https://www.eventbrite.com/o/long-island-filmtv-foundation-6572649727

For More Information on LIIFE, Visit: www.LongIslandFilm.com

Hermosa Beach to Host Teen Choice Awards Show

TEEN CHOICE 2019 will be broadcast for the first time from Hermosa Beach on Sunday, August 11, featuring performances by stars from TV, music, film and social media. This will be the first time the popular awards show, which gives teens the power to select the winners, will be broadcast live from a beach.

We are so thrilled to host TEEN CHOICE 2019 in Hermosa Beach, said Hermosa Beach Mayor Stacey Armato. This awards show will be a great opportunity to showcase Hermosa Beach to audiences around the country and, even more importantly, provide our teens with an exciting and free musical event on their own hometown sand. The City of Hermosa Beach is working with the producers to ensure the security of the event and will be encouraging parents and teens to visit our restaurants and businesses while in Hermosa for TEEN CHOICE 2019 so that our businesses will benefit from the event.

TEEN CHOICE 2019 will air live from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. on August 11 on the East Coast and via tape delay from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. on the West Coast on FOX. The awards show will feature a surf-and-sand dance number that will set the stage for performances, surprise viral moments and more. For over two decades, the show has presented performances and appearances by some of pop culture’s brightest stars. TEEN CHOICE 2018 featured a special medley of hit songs by Khalid, as well as performances by Meghan Trainor, Lauv, Bebe Rexha and Foster the People.

In addition to the awards show, Hermosa Beach will once again host concerts on the beach in August, as it has for about 20 years. This will be the first year for 5B Artists + Media, a global music management and events company, to produce the Hermosa Beach Summer Series. The company is planning an enhanced program that will include comedy, movies by the beach, beach cleanups and more on the three other weekends in August: August 3-4, August 17-18 and August 24-25.

With TEEN CHOICE 2019 coming to Hermosa for the first time and 5B Artists + Media launching its enhanced concert series with more entertainment and community activities, the summer of 2019 is sure to be exciting and entertaining for all our residents in Hermosa Beach, said Mayor Armato.

About Hermosa Beach
Founded in 1907, Hermosa Beach is a thriving community of some 20,000 residents. Located on the southern end of the Santa Monica Bay in Los Angeles County, with beaches ranked among the best in the world, Hermosa Beach has been recognized for its work to highlight Southern California beach culture, foster a vibrant local economy and protect coastal and environmental resources. To learn more, please visit www.hermosabch.org.

 

About TEEN CHOICE 2019 Awards Show

For more information, please visit facebook.com/TeenChoiceAwards or follow the action on Twitter @TeenChoiceFox and join the discussion at #teenchoice. See photos and videos on Instagram by following @teenchoicefox. Fans may also follow @TeenChoiceFox on Twitter for the latest TEEN CHOICE 2019 news, including voting and announcements of the host(s), performers, presenters and nominees.

The portal film, 360 MAGAZINE

THE PORTAL MAKES WORLD PREMIERE AT DANCES WITH FILMS

Calm Your Mind, Open Your Heart, Transform The World

New feature documentary from meditation expert, Tom Cronin, takes an inside-out approach exploring how everyday people overcome challenging obstacles, makes World Premiere at the 22nd Annual Dances With Films, June 13-23, 2019, Cast and Crew will be available for Q&A, interviews and more…

Tom Cronin and Superhuman International are pleased to announce the World Premiere of THE PORTAL at the 22ndAnnual Dances With Films in Los Angeles on Tuesday, June 18, 2019 at 2:45pm at TCL Chinese 6 Theatres in the heart of Hollywood. The film was produced by international meditation expert, Tom Cronin and directed by first-time Australian female director, Jacqui Fifer. The film will be followed by a Q&A with cast and crew, and Cronin and Fifer will be participating in various panels throughout the festival.

THE PORTAL ASKS
As the doomsday clock ticks progressively louder: What would happen if 7 billion people meditated? Could it shift the trajectory of our planet?
THE PORTAL is an immersive, cinematic experience that answers the question: How can we really change the world?
Through heart-opening contemplation and shared experiences of transformation on a personal scale, with global implications, six ordinary people (and a robot) show how stillness and mindfulness can unlock personal change and ignite a planetary shift, providing hope to humankind.
“We are thrilled to be screening at Dances With Films and to give audiences around the world a first-look at THE PORTAL, a film that resonates strongly within the global marketplace, the entertainment industry, and our global community as a whole,” said Cronin. “THE PORTAL is a commercially viable film that raises the genre bar while remaining true to its core messageit’s a film for everyone.”
Filmed in the USA, Canada, Australia and a Syrian refugee camp in Jordan, THE PORTAL is richly visual and sonically powerful. Mesmerizing cinematography and the raw intimate stories draw the audience in, while the immersive soundscape breaks ground in film history with its use of binaural beats in an already evocative score.
“The result is like the casting of a gentle spell, an invitation to slip into a meditation and experience your own metamorphosis,” said former Ibiza DJ, Fifer. “We wanted to push the boundaries with this unique and transformational hybrid feature film experience.”
Tom Cronin is founder of The Stillness Project, a global movement to inspire one billion people to sit in stillness, daily. He is passionate about reducing stress and chaos in people’s lives. Tom’s ongoing work in transformational leadership and cultivating inner peace through meditation takes him around the world presenting keynote talks in such countries as Malaysia, Indonesia, Australia, Mexico and the USA; hosting retreats; mentoring clients across the globe; teaching in schools; writing books; hosting mindfulness courses in the corporate sector; and creating THE PORTAL film-book experience, all as part of his commitment to the current planetary shift.
Jacqui Fifer has had a dynamic career in the film industry line producing such films as Better Watch Out( 2016), The Osiris Child (2016) and Infini (2015) as well as producing the multi-award winning dramatic feature Concealed (2017). She also co-directed the 2012 and 2013 “Dones en Art” (Women and Film) festivals in Spain. An advocate of human capacity development, Jacqui is thrilled to turn her hand towards a subject that is close to her heart. THE PORTAL is her feature directorial debut.
Enter THE PORTAL
Supported by insights from three of the world’s foremost futurists and philosophers, THE PORTAL opens hearts and minds to an exciting vision for humanity transformed. “The world is changing and we can’t play by the old rules anymore” Said Cronin. “This is not sci-fi—this is real life. Humankind is staring into an abyss, yet within us all we have the capability to bring ourselves (and our species) back from the brink. We’re part of a growing movement of game-changers to create a reimagined global futureI think people are ready for something different.”
THE PORTAL weaves a captivating and vibrant tapestry of technology, love, existentialism, human potential, brain-hacking, stillness and inner peace. It is an experiential and genre-defining approach to personal change as we embark on the next phase of human evolution.
“The timing couldn’t be better for a film like this.” Said Fifer. “We’re all grappling to find our way in an increasingly high-tech, sensorially demanding world and this film is an antidote: a visceral and sensorial experience for the viewer that actually moves them beyond the senses. We see it as a pathway to a sustainable future for us as a species”
Is an enlightened planet possible? Enter THE PORTAL and see.

The World Premiere of THE PORTAL at the 22ndAnnual Dances With Films in Los Angeles on Tuesday, June 18, 2019 at 2:45pm at TCL Chinese 6 Theatres in the heart of Hollywood.

Maggie Lindemann Stars In Friends Go

Maggie Lindemann has consistently challenged her self-identity and evolved as an artist throughout a career that’s already seen her pass the billion streams landmark. Her breakthrough smash ‘Pretty Girl’ established her as a breaking pop icon before she took a reflective, goth-tinged approach with ‘Would I’ and ‘Human’.

Her latest cut ‘Friends Go’ continues her exploration of mental health issues, but the music has shifted again with a modernist update of Gwen Stefani-style attitude and summery island rhythms. Now Maggie uses ‘Friends Go’ as the soundtrack to the short film ‘Death By Third Wheel’, which was directed by Van Alpert (Post Malone, Local Natives). 

Van Alpert’s vision for the track is cinematic in scale, and captures the emotional heart of the song in a way that’s visually striking.

He commented, “My goal is making a video feel bigger than life, something that you’d only see in a movie theatre – a little escape from your life while you watch. I wanted the car to be a representation of Maggie’s heart. The car crashing, bouncing and exploding in artistic ways gives you an overall feeling of excitement. When you lose your mind from being excluded from your friends or love, your heart goes through it, just like the car. 

I strayed away from the obvious storyline, with the backbone being multiple beautiful crashes where no-one gets hurt. The video is fun and surprising. It hits you over the head and gives you clues throughout of what’s coming. It was the most fun I’ve ever had making a video.”

‘Friends Go’ commences Maggie’s build-up to her first full-length project which is set to be released later in the year. It’s set to add another new chapter to a career in which Maggie has emerged as an icon of her generation, with over a billion audio streams, 5.4 million monthly listeners at Spotify, 186 million views at YouTube, 3.5 million followers at Instagram and an international array of Platinum awards. She’s also performed with Khalid, Troye Sivan and Sabrina Carpenter. She has garnered critical acclaim from the likes of Billboard, Complex, Uproxx, NYLON, Bustle, Idolator, L’Officiel as well as Paper, who named her as one of “100 Women Revolutionizing Pop.”

Maggie has been further celebrated in the world of fashion. She launched her single ‘Obsessed’ with an innovative partnership with the make-up brand Pat McGrath and recently teamed up with Skinny Dip for a sunglasses collaboration. She’s also unveiled her own merch line in the shape of SWIXXZ.

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Marchesa Donates Crazy Rich Asians Gown

Marchesa Donates Crazy Rich Asians Gown to the Smithsonian at Los Angeles Event

Dress Joins Collections in the National Museum of American History

Marchesa is donating the iconic blue dress that played an integral role in the Warner Bros. Pictures film Crazy Rich Asians to the National Museum of American History. The dress will be presented May 18 during “The Party: A Smithsonian Celebration of Asian Pacific Americans,” a Los Angeles event hosted by the Smithsonian’s Asian Pacific American Center at City Market Social House. “The Party” will celebrate and recognize the many contributions of Asian Pacific Americans to history and culture across industries, including music, film, sports and culinary arts. Tickets are available at Smithsonianapa.org.

This blue gown is part of a pivotal moment in the film’s plot in which Rachel Chu, played by actress Constance Wu, attends a high-profile wedding in defiance of her boyfriend’s disapproving mother Eleanor Young, played by Michelle Yeoh. The gown is a floor-length Grecian-style dress made of light blue tulle with floral applique, a deep V-neck and a cinched waist. The original version of the dress designed by Marchesa for its fall 2016 collection featured long sleeves, but they were temporarily removed by the film’s production for aesthetic purposes. The museum will receive the altered sleeveless version that appeared in the film.

“The film’s use of fashion is not merely decorative or secondary,” said Theodore S. Gonzalves, curator in the Division of Culture and Community Life at the National Museum of American History. “The cast’s clothing plays a crucial role in marking social class among its characters—from multi-generational moneyed elites of Peranakan (Straits-born Chinese immigrants), to the nouveau riche strivers of Singapore, to working class Chinese immigrants in the United States and their Asian American model minority progeny.”

Crazy Rich Asians is notable for having a mostly East Asian cast, the first Hollywood film to do so since The Joy Luck Club in 1993. The Warner Bros. film grossed $238 million worldwide, making it the highest-grossing romantic comedy in a decade. The Crazy Rich Asians Marchesa gown joins a rich collection of museum artifacts with origins in film and entertainment such as Dorothy’s Ruby Slippers from The Wizard of Oz, Batman’s cowl from Batman and Robin and a handmaid’s costume from The Handmaid’s Tale TV show. The museum’s Archives Center also has a number of other theatrical scripts, video and audiotapes in its Luther Davis Collection.

“Representation of Asian Pacific Americans in film and media is critical to the visibility of a community who has made many contributions to the arts,” said Lisa Sasaki, director of the Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center. “By collecting the film’s iconic dress, the Smithsonian is better able to present these contributions to the world.”

Marchesa is an American brand specializing in women’s wear based in New York City. Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig established it in 2004.

From its establishment in 1997 as an initiative critical to the mission of the Smithsonian until today, the vision for the Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center has been to enrich the American story with the voices of Asian Pacific Americans. Asian Pacific America is the story of a vibrant, diverse and resilient set of communities that have been part of the American experience for more than 200 years. The center believes that people’s understanding of America and America’s standing in the world is richer, more compelling and more powerful when it includes the Asian Pacific American story. “The Party” also marks the launch of the Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Keystone Initiative, which is designed to rally support for the first permanent Asian Pacific American Gallery within the Smithsonian. The Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center serves as a dynamic national resource for discovering why the Asian Pacific American experience matters every day, everywhere and all of the time.

Through incomparable collections, rigorous research and dynamic public outreach, the National Museum of American History explores the infinite richness and complexity of American history. It helps people understand the past in order to make sense of the present and shape a more informed future. The museum is located on Constitution Avenue N.W., between 12th and 14th streets, and is open daily from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. (closed Dec. 25). Admission is free. For more information, visit http://americanhistory.si.edu. For Smithsonian information, the public may call (202) 633-1000.

Homecoming

Netflix released Homecoming: A Film by Beyoncé, which presents an intimate look at her historic 2018 Coachella performance that paid homage to America’s historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs). Interspersed with candid footage and interviews detailing the preparation and powerful intent behind her vision, Homecoming gives a peek into the process and emotional physical sacrifices it took to conceptualize and execute a performance of that magnitude that became a cultural movement. This stand-alone Netflix original is now available globally on Netflix.

As the first black woman to headline Coachella, Homecoming recognizes the African American visionaries who inspired Beyoncé, including HBCU alums Toni Morrison, Alice Walker, activist Marian Wright Edelman, and scholar W.E.B. Du Bois, in addition to cultural luminaries such as Nina Simone, Maya Angelou, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, and Audre Lorde. Beyoncé’s personal knowledge of the relevance and celebration of HBCUs started with her father, Mathew Knowles, an alumnus of Fisk University.
Shot over eight months, the film follows the global entertainer as she returns to the stage after the birth of her twins, highlighting the comprehensive preparation involved in creating her groundbreaking performance, which included four months of band rehearsals followed by four months of dance rehearsals with over 150 musicians, dancers, and other creatives, — all of whom were hand-picked by the artist herself.
In juggling dual roles as both the director of her live performance and the film that captured the process of making it, Beyoncé says, “It was one of the hardest jobs I have taken on but I knew that I had to push myself and my team to go beyond great to legendary. We knew nothing like this was ever done on a festival level before and it needed to be iconic beyond compare. The performance was an homage to an important part of African American culture. It had to be true to those who know and entertaining and enlightening to those who needed to learn. In making the film and re-telling the story, the purpose remained the same.”
Many in the cast; band, singers, dancers and steppers are former HBCU students, immersed in the HBCU marching band tradition. They joined Beyoncé’s own group of performers, some who have toured with her for years. Viewers not only get to see the intense dance rehearsals and talent of these amazing artists, but hear their personal journey from HBCU student to artist and the lifelong impact that comes with performing alongside Beyoncé in this historic concert.
“So many people who are culturally aware and intellectually sound are graduates from historically black colleges and universities, including my father,” she says in the film. “There is something incredibly important about the HBCU experience that must be celebrated and protected.”
As a treat to her fans, the film also includes, in the end credits, her remake of “Before I Let Go” by Frankie Beverly and Maze, a 1981 R&B classic that’s commonly performed at HBCU games. The single will be available on the film’s soundtrack, Homecoming: The Live Album, available today from Parkwood Entertainment and Columbia Records. smarturl.it/BH9102
Homecoming: A Film by Beyoncé was directed and produced by Beyoncé Knowles-Carter. Longtime collaborator Ed Burke served as co-director. Steve Pamon and Erinn Williams are executive producers.
Set List

“Crazy In Love”

“Freedom”

“Lift Ev’ry Voice And Sing”

“Formation”

“Sorry”/”Me, Myself and I”

“Kitty Kat”

“Bow Down”

“I Been On”

“Drunk In Love”

“Diva”

“Flawless” (Remix)

“Feeling Myself”

“Top Off”

“7/11”

“Don’t Hurt Yourself”

“I Care”

“Partition”

“Yoncé”

“Mi Gente (Remix)”

“Mine”

“Baby Boy”

“You Don’t Love Me (No, No, No)”

“Hold Up”

“Countdown”

“Check On It”

“Déjà Vu”(featuring JAY-Z)

“Run the World (Girls)”

“Lose My Breath” (featuring Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams)

“Say My Name” (featuring Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams)

“Soldier” (featuring Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams)

“Get Me Bodied” (With Solange Knowles dancing)

“Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)”

“Love On Top”

About Netflix
Netflix is the world’s leading internet entertainment service with over 148 million paid memberships in over 190 countries enjoying TV series, documentaries and feature films across a wide variety of genres and languages. Members can watch as much as they want, anytime, anywhere, on any internet-connected screen. Members can play, pause and resume watching, all without commercials or commitments.
About Parkwood Entertainment
Parkwood Entertainment is an entertainment and management company founded by entertainer and entrepreneur, Beyoncé in 2010. With headquarters in New York City the company houses departments in music and video production, management, marketing, digital, creative, philanthropy, fashion, publicity and a record label. Under its original name, Parkwood Pictures, in 2008, the company released the film Cadillac Records (2008), in which Beyoncé starred and co-produced. The company also released the film, Obsessed (2009), with Beyoncé as star and executive producer. Parkwood Entertainment produced The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour (2013-2014) and The Formation World Tour (2016), and co-produced the ON THE RUN TOUR (2014) and ON THE RUN II (2018).

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Beyoncé’s Homecoming

Writers: Vaughn Lowery, Tara McDonough, Stella Iman Dugall

Every once in a while pop culture encounters a rip in its continuum. The latest breach comes from one of the most effervescent entertainers of all time, Beyoncé Giselle Knowles Carter, as the first Black female to headline one of the most prolific festivals since the iconic Woodstock. Introspective yet intimate, Homecoming is positioned to be one of the most immersive concert series in the history of music and streaming services. Beyoncé, the Director and Executive Producer of the film, creates a visually captivating story from the beginning to end. The documentary answers a plethora of questions, at which the infamous Beyhive has had about the historical moment.

With intermittent quick cuts of her family before, during and after the epic performance, Beyoncé gives herself permission to exhibit her vulnerability. After all, she planned to take the stage at Coachella in 2017 before she was pregnant with her twins. The tour was postponed and we fast forward to ‘Mrs. Carter’ having to deal with the aftermath of a complicated pregnancy, which ultimately ends in a c-section. Similar to friend, and professional tennis superstar, Serena Williams, Beyoncé bounced back harder than ever after her tough pregnancy. Throughout the piece she digs deep and pummels through some of the most difficult days she has ever encountered. She even speaks to her weighing 218 lbs and how she was only able to zip her costume up after months of hard work alongside of a dedicated clean/raw food diet – no meats, carbs, sugars. The director of photography expertly captured an extremely intimate and vulnerable side to the strong and flawless Queen Bey.

Inspiration

Having family members as graduates of some of the prominent HBCU (historically black colleges and universities), Beyoncé was able to tap into the most celebrated moments of their collegiate life. Her full show not only highlighted the history of these schools but also their social networks and fraternal organizations; transforming the stage into one of the most dynamic Black Southern spaces of cultural legacy and pride. Much of it was enunciated with their boot dancing, a traditional dance style for HBCU called J-Setting, in between transitions. These dance formations visually anchored the performance. Contortionists contributed an urban Cirque du Soleil vibe to the display which can be more accurately described as an infused gumbo of Chicago (the musical), Moulin Rouge! and the Off-Broadway play Stomp. To date, the pyramid stage has been persevered onsite at this year’s Coachella as an art installation.

A group of 200 people shared the stage with Queen Bey including Jay Z, Kelly Rowland, Michelle Williams and Solange Knowles. The expansive crew that Beyonce worked and practiced with for 8 months is featured in the documentary, as each individual had their own part in making the event a success. The dancing in her set is not technical, but emotional. The crowd, as well as audiences watching the documentary at home, are meant to feel something from just the way Beyoncé and her dancers, who she handpicked herself, move with each other. The concert experience not only exhibits the immense talent of HBCU musicians but works towards using this heightened exposure to aid these institutions that have been struggling with little resources and grants since their establishment.

After the the release of Homecoming, Netflix will more than likely notice a spike in downloads/subscriptions; Beyonce will notice an increase in her fan base and HBCU enrollment rates will most likely skyrocket. Overall, most audience members will be thrashed into a world of black honor, history and preservation. While the Pew Report notes that there is a varying “black/white digital divide” concerning internet usage, (87% whites, 80% blacks), there is little divide when it comes to mobile platforms. The growth of black presence in media, such as on social media, in streaming services and more, will only continue due to the imminent success of Beyoncé’s partnership with Netflix. Her myriad of success as a dominant Black woman breaks down barriers in the same way Jordan Peele has done for young Black filmmakers across the diaspora. This will become one of the most treasured pieces of mass media and should offer encouragement to both women and minorities to bust through the glass ceiling on all fronts especially digitization and technology.

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Illustrator: Alejandra Villagra

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SHIFT ARTS FESTIVAL

Kick off summer with live arts and films that explore the human/nature conundrum

Across the globe, humans face enormous questions: how do we find balance in our relationship with Nature? How do we transform what has been a quest for dominance into a sustainable collaboration? 

 

The Hopkins Center for the Art at Dartmouth College launches its second annual SHIFT festival, a 10-day suite of live, arts, film and discussions that explore the push and pull of that Human/Nature bond. Feel humans contend and at times cooperate with the forces of nature in a stage version of Moby-Dick, a spectacle of physical theater by Australian company Circa, and film screenings with special guests that probe the oceans and night skies. Wander among human percussionists interacting with nature world in Inuksuit; celebrate nature in song in a pop-up chorus. The schedule is a mix of free and ticketed events.

 

This year, SHIFT is bookended by concerts by Cory Henry & the Funk Apostles and Iris DeMent—artists who join past and present and speak to what it means to be an American in 2019. It also includes the Dartmouthpremiere of Dance Heginbotham, the acclaimed Brooklyn-based dance troupe led by John Heginbotham, director of the Dartmouth Dance Ensemble.

 

The performances in SHIFT will be enriched by a series of talks and master classes by Dartmouth scholars and visiting artists, who will unpeel various layers of how humans connect and impact the natural world. These include talks on energy, whaling, Melville and Americana music, as well as a discussion between Heginbotham and his collaborator, composer Tyondai Braxton.

 

Along with exploring big questions, SHIFT is also a great way to kick off summer in the Upper Valley, complementing the area’s wealth of opportunities to hike, bike, boat and otherwise enjoy the outdoors.

 

Tickets to SHIFT events go on sale to Hop members on Friday, April 26, and to the general public on Tuesday, April 30. SHIFT runs June 21 through 30 at locations in the Hop and on the Dartmouth campus. Tickets will be available at hop.dartmouth.edu or 603.646.2422.

 

SHIFT events

 

Cory Henry & the Funk Apostles

Friday, June 21, 8 pm

Spaulding Auditorium, $42/32/22

 

“I believe that love will find a way,” sings Corey Henry. And he’ll make you believe, too.

With his supple voice, soulful songwriting and chops on the Hammond B-3 organ, Henry “serves up a sermon of soulful bliss” (Denver Post) of R&B, Afrobeat, gospel and jazz. Graced with Grammy awards for his work with Brooklyn’s Snarky Puppy and his own namesake band, Henry has been called one of the finest organ players of his generation.

 

Moby Dick

Gare St. Lazare Players

Saturday, June 22, 8 pm

Sunday, June 23, 3 & 8 pm

The Moore Theater, $42/32/22

 

“For there is no folly of the beast of the earth which is not infinitely outdone by the madness of men, ” Herman Melville wrote in Moby-Dick. Compressing the novel’s details, characters and gigantic themes into one riveting night of theater, veteran Irish actor reels us into the harsh world of 19th-century whale hunting. In this battle with nature, the humans are determined to win–but at what cost? This engrossing, one-man refresh of Melville’s 1851 novel is backed by 10-string fiddler Caoimhin O’Raghallaigh (of The Gloaming). An American literary anchor splashes on stage.

 

Public talks, 6:30 pm, Top of the Hop, free

June 22: Irving Institute director Elizabeth Wilson on the interconnected histories of energy and whaling

June 23: Professor Donald E. Pease’s acclaimed talk on Melville and the American Renaissance

 

 

A Portal to the Sky: Cinema and Space

Mon, Jun 24, 8 pm 

Loew Auditorium, Free

 

Travel among the moon and stars with an evening of singular short films presented by Professors Jodie Mack and Dan Rockmore. Each film is an artistic celebration of the sky, space and worlds beyond, using real images as the source material.

 

 

Sing For the Earth

Tuesday, June 25, 8pm

Spaulding Auditorium, free

 

Come sing together in gratitude for earth’s abundant beauty!  In this program, you are invited to reflect on the relationship between humans and nature as the group reads through diverse short choral works related to nature, led by Handel Society director Robert Duff 

Recommended for all singers 12 and up; sight-reading skills are helpful but not required.

 

Dance Heginbotham and Alarm Will Sound

Wednesday, June 26

The Moore Theater, $32/22

 

Eight-member Dance Heginbotham brings its celebrated athleticism, humor

and theatricality to live music by the 22-member new music band Alarm Will

Sound (“original, vivid, reckless”-Los Angeles Times). DH is led by John

Heginbotham, who also directs the Dartmouth Dance Ensemble and

choreographed the acclaimed remake of Oklahoma that just moved to

Broadway. The evening includes new Heginbotham choreography to

selections from AWS’s new CD Acoustica—unprecedented acoustic versions

of electronica—as well as his Hop-commissioned new choreography for

composer Tyondai Braxton’s chamber work Common Fate.

 

Heginbotham and Braxton discuss their collaboration, June 26, 6:30 pm, Top of the Hop, free

 

The International Ocean Film Tour

Thursday, June 27, 8 pm

Spaulding Auditorium, $15

 

Swim among seething schools of sharks, ride the waves with adventurers transforming the sport of surfing, or cruise the world’s oceans with some  “anti-Ahab” activists–protecting, not hunting, whales. The subjects of these films inspire you with their ardor for the oceans and adventure. Eco-activist Henry Lystad (formerly MountainFilm Tour Director) introduces each movie with insider details and naturalist knowledge.

 

Humans by Circa

Friday and Saturday, June 28 & 29, 8 pm

Sunday, June 30, 3 pm

The Moore Theater, $47/37/22

 

Body, space, force and balance. In this heart-stopping nouveau cirque adventure that earned rave reviews on several continents, Australian circus artist/athletes test the limits of the human body. Forms fly through the air. Towers emerge and tumble. This virtuosic meditation on the body plays with the laws of physics, ratcheting up the tension between us and the space we move through.

 

Master class with Circa, Tuesday, June 25, details to come

 

Inuksuit

Saturday, June 29, 3 pm

Outdoor location on Dartmouth campus TBA, free

Rain date: Sun, June 30 at 3 pm.

 

Wander through a landscape of instruments–conch shells, gongs, drums, glockenspiels and more–accompanied by the ambient sounds of nature. Named after the stone piles used by native people to orient themselves in Arctic spaces, Inuksuit was created by environmental composer John Luther Adams. This event will involve up to 99 professional and community musicians in an outdoor campus location. As they walk among the musicians, listeners shape their own experience, discovering the listening points that call out most to them. Directed by Dartmouth music lecturer Amy Garapic.

 

Want to clang, whistle or whirr or otherwise play in the band? Go to hop.dartmouth.edu for more information.

 

Iris DeMent

Saturday, June 29, 8 pm

Spaulding Auditorium, $42/32/22

 

Iris DeMent is a voice for an America seeking roots and meaning. As Cory Henry marries retro-funk with Afro-Futurism, so DeMent brings a modern sensibility to the timeless pentecostal gospel twang of her native Ozarks. Twenty-seven years after she pioneered what we now call “Americana” with her debut album Infamous Angel, she is still sharing powerful stories and shining a light into dark places.

 

Dartmouth musicologist Ted Levin discusses DeMent’s place in American music,  June 29, 6 pm, Top of the Hop, free

Filmmaker Ethan Paisley is Breaking the Mold and Reshaping Hollywood

Photo by @AndresHernandez

Ethan Paisley is a force to be reckoned with. He is a filmmaker driven by social change with over twenty film and TV projects under his belt that are being distributed internationally. Paisley is currently hosting and executive producing a six-part episodic project for DVD Netflix (a Netflix company) titled Set Life and hopes to inspire young artists into their passions with the release of the show. This new endeavor will add “host” to Paisley’s extensive resume of talents, which include writing, directing, producing, and acting. Even though he is busy making headlines with his on-camera work, Paisley is even busier breaking down barriers with his recent film and TV projects. Last year, he was the inaugural recipient of the Best Young Director Award for his film Indelible at the Young Entertainer Awards, an awards show that included nominees Peyton List and Anthony Gonzales. He recently produced two short films now in post-production titled Tell Me When To Forget and Go with the Flow, and will begin shooting his third feature film Turn Out later this year along with a Manhattan-based TV Series titled Screwed. Learn more about Ethan Paisley, and do not miss out on his upcoming releases. For all things Ethan Paisley go HERE.