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Independent Filmmakers Launch Crowd Funding Organization

New York, NY, October 12, 2010 (Washington Bangla Radio / PRWEB) With the growing fundraising trend for filmmaking in full effect, three independent filmmakers today announced the launch of The Independent Collective (TIC) – an organization that offers visual and performing artists a crowd funding system fueled by donations. Intended to inspire anyone with an interest in entertainment, TIC will facilitate fundraising for artistic projects by connecting individuals, companies and non-profit organizations that will allow TIC’s members the opportunity to develop various projects in the arts that they cannot afford or maintain easily on their own.


Private Invite To The Official First Ever Los Angeles Fashion Week Event Exclusive Runway Collection Designer Kami Shade

Hollywood, Oct 12, 2010 (Washington Bangla Radio) The W Hotel Hollywood - LA Fashion Week - The Kami Shade' Spring/Summer 2011 Collection.

Private Invite To The Official First Ever Los Angeles Fashion Week Event To View The Exclusive Runway Collection of Designer Kami Shade'. The Kami Shade' Collection has been seen on the Hottest Celebrities, Red Carpets, TV Shows & Feature Films - Clients Include Pop Star Rhianna, Sharon Stone, Lauren Conrad and The Pussycat Dolls. Kami Shade' is becoming one of the most sought after up and coming designers of our decade! An Amazing Opportunity To Get A First Look of The Trends Next Season at the Ultra Exclusive W HOTEL - Hollywood, California.


Johnny Foreigner Announce Winter 2010 Uk Tour With Stagecoach

Johny Foreigner

London, UK, Oct 12, 2010 (Washington Bangla Radio / Contactmusic) Alt-pop three-piece Johnny Foreigner continue their recent stint of insatiable productivity by announcing full details of their November / December tour with support from Alcopop! labelmates Stagecoach.


Mark Twain Death Centenary remembered by acclaimed Pen-Maker Montblanc

CALCUTTA, Oct 11, 2010 (Washington Bangla Radio / prurgent) In celebration of the centenary of Mark Twain’s death, Montblanc has dedicated its Limited Writers Edition 2010 to one of America’s greatest novelists. The uniquely crafted writing instrument is a fitting homage to the creator of such classics as “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn” and “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer”.

Regarded to this day as the founder of Modern American literature, Twain was a vocal opponent of slavery and racial segregation. His works were socially critical yet entertaining novels and short stories, which inspired generations of authors. Driven by a precise observant eye, a fierce sense of humour, and critical wit, his works have left an enduring effect on American literature.

Chris Gore - Founder of Filmthreat, G4TV STAR, writer-producer My Big Fat Independent Movie to speak at Tromadance 2010 AFM

New York, NY, October 11, 2010 (Washington Bangla Radio / TROMA) – The TromaDance Film Festival Committee is thrilled to announce that Chris Gore will join the distinguished group of independent filmmakers who will speak at the TromaDance Press Conference at the 2010 American Film Market! The press conference is scheduled for November 4, 2010 at 3 pm in the Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel Press Room!

One of the most influential people in independent film, Gore began his career by founding the highly successful and respected magazine FilmThreat while still a teenager in college. He has gone on to create the Ultimate Film Festival Survival Guide and appear on major networks and television shows, most recently G4TV’s Attack of the Show, as a film expert. Lately focusing on many of his own film projects, in 2005 Gore wrote and produced the hit My Big Fat Independent Movie.


Himalaya Film Festival New York City to screen 31 films from Nepal, Bhutan, Tibet & India

Germantown, MD, Oct 9, 2010 (Washington Bangla Radio) The Himalaya Film Festival offers a fascinating selection of 31 films, featuring breathtaking images from Bhutan,India, Nepal, and Tibet. The films highlight dramatic landscapes, heartwarming scenes of everyday life, cultural gems and colorful religious festivals.

Get festival details and program information at Washington Bangla Radio.


Carnival of Darkness Film Festival Showcases New Hope for Horror Movies

Los Angeles, CA, October 07, 2010 (Washington Bangla Radio / PR.com)-- Filmmaker Alex Bram presents promising new voices in horror at the second annual Carnival of Darkness Film Festival. Haunting and disturbing horror short films from across the world will be presented on a THX Authorized, state-of-the-art screen at LA FilmSchool this October 28th.

A Live Panel Event spotlights current trailblazers making new horror cinema history: Director Paul Solet ("Grace"), Writer Producer Jeffrey Reddick ("Final Destination"), Director Alex Ferrari ("Red Princess Blues"), Director Richard Gale ("Criticized") and Writer/Producer Trent Haaga ("Deadgirl").

NCPA Nave Valan (New Turn) Marathi Film Festival returns with an eclectic selection of films

Festival to commence from 9th October to 13th October at NCPA

Mumbai, Maharashtra, October 7, 2010 /Washington Bangla Radio - India PRwire/ -- From critical acclaim to commercial hits, international film festivals to the Academy Awards Marathi film industry has evolved in the recent years. The National Centre for Performing Arts, India's premier art and culture institution, presents ― Nave Valan (A New Turn) ─A festival of Marathi films for the second consecutive year at the NCPA to reflect the new turn in Marathi films. Scheduled from Saturday, October 9th to Wednesday, 13th October, 2010 at Dance Theatre Godrej, and the Experimental Theatre, NCPA, the festival aims to showcase the changing face of Marathi cinema and create a wider platform for reaching out to a varied audiences who appreciate good cinema.


Ensemble of 200 of world's best performing arts & theater shows in 39th Hong Kong Arts Festival 2011

Hong Kong, October 5, 2010 (Washington Bangla Radio / PRWEB) Today the Hong Kong Arts Festival (HKAF) announced details of the forthcoming 39th Hong Kong Arts Festival 2011, to be staged in 15 different venues over 39 days -- from 17 February through to 27 March 2011 -- with more than 200 performing arts and theater shows and related events featuring 38 ensembles or solo artists from overseas and 16 from Hong Kong.

"This is an even bigger festival than in previous years, with a significant increase in the total number of tickets available to Arts Festival audiences and the number of performances to be presented. There is also an increase in the duration of the Festival. The result is a richly packed 39 days, on occasion with as many as 18 performing arts and theater shows on the same day, bringing the vibrancy and cultural richness of life in Hong Kong to yet a higher level." (Mr Charles Lee, Chairman of HKAF)
At the media briefing today, Tisa Ho, Executive Director of Hong Kong Arts Festival, highlighted the following ...


Aimeé Displays Warm Mexican Passion in Beyond Borders

New York, NY, Oct 4, 2010 (Washington Bangla Radio / prurgent) Aimeé Perez brings the warmth and passion of Mexico, her native land, to her realist and emotive human portraits. This self-taught artist begins by recording her subject in pencil on canvas, meticulously conveying the minute details of his or her features, expression, and surroundings. She then renders this scene in color, applying a thin layer of oil paint with small brushes, using light and shadow to create a lifelike image of her subject at a given moment. Aimeé strives to “give form . . . to something ambitious—that seal that each of us have that makes us what we are, that ‘something’ that gives importance to a piece of time.” The resulting works allow glimpses into the lives of her subjects and connections with their intimate thoughts and emotions, thus prompting viewers to ponder, to think, to feel.

Born in Leon, Guanajuato, in central Mexico, Aimeé currently lives and works in Vancouver, British Columbia.


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