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SCREENPLAY COMPETITION LAS VEGAS 2019 Presented by I WeFixYourScript com SCRIPT SUMMIT is a national screenwriter s conference in Las Vegas We at WeFixYourScript com are provid ing education and interactive events along with our SCREENPLAY CONTEST accepting written word submissions for features shorts web series television REGULAR DEADLINE IS MARCH 311 GRAND PRIZE 1s1 PLACE 2No PLACE S1000 S500 S250 AND WIN A HOLLYWOOD TALENT MANAGERI Visit ScriptSummit com for screenwriting contest community Submit With Coverfly I iilmFreeway Part of the Action on Film Megafest Available on Amazon com JIMMY MULi DORE

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SCREENPLAY COMPETITION LAS VEGAS 2019 Presented by I WeFixYourScript com SCRIPT SUMMIT is a national screenwriter s conference in Las Vegas We at WeFixYourScript com are provid ing education and interactive events along with our SCREENPLAY CONTEST accepting written word submissions for features shorts web series television REGULAR DEADLINE IS MARCH 311 GRAND PRIZE 1s1 PLACE 2No PLACE S1000 S500 S250 AND WIN A HOLLYWOOD TALENT MANAGERI Visit ScriptSummit com for screenwriting contest community Submit With Coverfly I iilmFreeway Part of the Action on Film Megafest Available on Amazon com JIMMY MULi DORE

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A0F When did you discover acting I actually started acting in middle school I I tried out for the school play Yard Sale in 7th or 8th grade A0F As a model what do you enjoy most As a model I think my favorite part is shooting beauty work and beauty campaigns I really market myself I remember auditioning for the main character but I was cast as a supporting character instead I was at as a beauty model because I love shooting makeup and hair products The best part is I can eat pizza on set and first disappointed when I was told I wasn t loud enough for the stage but that changed quickly when rehearsal not worry about bloating because it s all about the facet came about My teacher was taken back that even though I wasn t the loudest I could get into character pretty well After the show season was over I actually ended up winning an award for best characterization for playing Ms Crothers I A0F When did you know you were going to be good at the craft A0F When did you start modeling I started modeling almost 4 years ago in the summer of 2015 I shot my first campaign over a year later in the fall of 2016 for the Walgreen s beauty campaign I It took a lot of networking portfolio building and hard work to get to that point but it was so worth it I still have those photos and I treasure them ThePride was actually my first speaking role in a short film I was nervous on the first day of filming and I could tell some of the other cast members were nervous for me too The very first scene I had to shoot was a scene where I had to play absolutely heartbroken and devastated it was all in the face and the emotions Gabija in Edi Mehana s THE PRIDE After the first take I got a few high fives and cheers that I had managed to do it welll It felt totally awesome and I knew this was something I could roll with I A0F What is the most important to you as a performer As a performer I think authenticity is key Be true to yourself Don t take jobs that you don t feel will be authentic to you I ve turned down projects because I wasn t excited about them Do what makes you happy what gets you excited what you ll be proud to share I And remember it s okay to have boundaries A0F Who has been your biggest inspiration That s a difficult question because I feel like there are a lot of rags to riches stories out there There are a lot of people who have overcome so much There is a model singer who has a prosthetic leg who has been making waves and a model with vitiligo who has become big in the modeling industry Just a couple years ago they signed a size 22 model in the UK People who are different and are paving their own way into the industry have to be my biggest inspiration We are finally getting to a time where different is good A0F What are you working on Well I can t SB too much until it s been announced or released but this past March has been the busiest Gabija in Ezequiel Martinez s A GUNMAN S CURSE month of my career I I can say I shot some product work for bareMinerals in New York City and shot the new clothing campaign for the Hard Rock Cafe in Florida I I also shot for a major makeup brand in LA that I can t name but it will be coming out in stores in August so keep an eye out I I ve also been working on a couple short films and teasers that haven t come out that will hopefully be picked up or get into film festivals I A0F You ve got two films in the A0F Megafest Tell me about them The first film is called ThePride and is a very complex short film about a family affected by war I play the only daughter of a mute general who is struggling to accept the loss of one of his sons I don t want to give away too much but it deals withPTSD war family loss love religion and LGBTQ issues It is a wonderful film and I highly recommend for people to watch it when it comes out I The other film which is a feature film is A Gunman s Curse This movie tells the legend ofPistolero in the land of outlaws and is a fantasy western style film I play the witch Darling Hook who cursedPistolero who can not die This is a wild ride fun witty and intense I haven t seen the fully finished version yet just a draft but I can already tell you it s going to be awesome I

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A0F When did you discover acting I actually started acting in middle school I I tried out for the school play Yard Sale in 7th or 8th grade A0F As a model what do you enjoy most As a model I think my favorite part is shooting beauty work and beauty campaigns I really market myself I remember auditioning for the main character but I was cast as a supporting character instead I was at as a beauty model because I love shooting makeup and hair products The best part is I can eat pizza on set and first disappointed when I was told I wasn t loud enough for the stage but that changed quickly when rehearsal not worry about bloating because it s all about the facet came about My teacher was taken back that even though I wasn t the loudest I could get into character pretty well After the show season was over I actually ended up winning an award for best characterization for playing Ms Crothers I A0F When did you know you were going to be good at the craft A0F When did you start modeling I started modeling almost 4 years ago in the summer of 2015 I shot my first campaign over a year later in the fall of 2016 for the Walgreen s beauty campaign I It took a lot of networking portfolio building and hard work to get to that point but it was so worth it I still have those photos and I treasure them ThePride was actually my first speaking role in a short film I was nervous on the first day of filming and I could tell some of the other cast members were nervous for me too The very first scene I had to shoot was a scene where I had to play absolutely heartbroken and devastated it was all in the face and the emotions Gabija in Edi Mehana s THE PRIDE After the first take I got a few high fives and cheers that I had managed to do it welll It felt totally awesome and I knew this was something I could roll with I A0F What is the most important to you as a performer As a performer I think authenticity is key Be true to yourself Don t take jobs that you don t feel will be authentic to you I ve turned down projects because I wasn t excited about them Do what makes you happy what gets you excited what you ll be proud to share I And remember it s okay to have boundaries A0F Who has been your biggest inspiration That s a difficult question because I feel like there are a lot of rags to riches stories out there There are a lot of people who have overcome so much There is a model singer who has a prosthetic leg who has been making waves and a model with vitiligo who has become big in the modeling industry Just a couple years ago they signed a size 22 model in the UK People who are different and are paving their own way into the industry have to be my biggest inspiration We are finally getting to a time where different is good A0F What are you working on Well I can t SB too much until it s been announced or released but this past March has been the busiest Gabija in Ezequiel Martinez s A GUNMAN S CURSE month of my career I I can say I shot some product work for bareMinerals in New York City and shot the new clothing campaign for the Hard Rock Cafe in Florida I I also shot for a major makeup brand in LA that I can t name but it will be coming out in stores in August so keep an eye out I I ve also been working on a couple short films and teasers that haven t come out that will hopefully be picked up or get into film festivals I A0F You ve got two films in the A0F Megafest Tell me about them The first film is called ThePride and is a very complex short film about a family affected by war I play the only daughter of a mute general who is struggling to accept the loss of one of his sons I don t want to give away too much but it deals withPTSD war family loss love religion and LGBTQ issues It is a wonderful film and I highly recommend for people to watch it when it comes out I The other film which is a feature film is A Gunman s Curse This movie tells the legend ofPistolero in the land of outlaws and is a fantasy western style film I play the witch Darling Hook who cursedPistolero who can not die This is a wild ride fun witty and intense I haven t seen the fully finished version yet just a draft but I can already tell you it s going to be awesome I

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AS THE WORLD TURNS continued CREENWRITER MOVIE MAGIC Richard Lyford was born in Seattle in 1917 Inspired by silent films and stage plays Richard put on 58 plays and created 9 16mm films by the time he was 20 years old He presented his live and filmed productions with his own acting company in a 50 seat basement theatre in his house His early attempts with film especially 16mm gained the attention of Disney Lyford worked on Disney films including the classics Dumbo Pinocchio and Fantasia He pioneered hi speed animation special effects and models SCREENwmrERSCREENWRITING SOFTWARE I I I I I I VERSION6 In WWII he was drafted by the army and made films for the Army Air Forces After the war Lyford created his own films and co produced and directed the 1950 Academy Award winning documentary The Titan about Michelangelo In 1952 he went to Saudi Arabia the first Western film crew and produced a number of films for the Kingdom The Fly was a groundbreaking documentary about the prevention of the disease by the Tsetse Fly in 1956 Lyford continued to make films including Boy With A Blindfold about sight restoration Other Arab based documentaries were created but ran into protests due to the Middle Eastern War in 1956 Lyford continued to make films including Boy With A Blindfold about sight restoration narrated by Walter Pigeon His filmmaking led him back to Disney to work in The Wonderful World of Color on television and many other projects In addition to fi 1 mmaking Lyford was very much interested in aviation So much that he bought a surplus training plane for his backyard It would taxi all over the yard Richard Lyford died in 1985 More Intuitive than the competition Powerful script outlining Customizable script Notes Full suite of powerful production features The Choice of Hollywood als Profession For Both Windows Mac Dramatica STORY EXPERT Blast away writers blocks Create great characters Plan your plot from start to finish For novels plays scripts and all of your development and analysis needs Dramatica Story Expert is Mac only Got a PC Try Dramatica Pro For Windows l y i v r r l _ AS THE EARTH TURNS 82018 8TH SENSE PRODUCTIONS 44413 Dramatica STORY EXPERf

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AS THE WORLD TURNS continued CREENWRITER MOVIE MAGIC Richard Lyford was born in Seattle in 1917 Inspired by silent films and stage plays Richard put on 58 plays and created 9 16mm films by the time he was 20 years old He presented his live and filmed productions with his own acting company in a 50 seat basement theatre in his house His early attempts with film especially 16mm gained the attention of Disney Lyford worked on Disney films including the classics Dumbo Pinocchio and Fantasia He pioneered hi speed animation special effects and models SCREENwmrERSCREENWRITING SOFTWARE I I I I I I VERSION6 In WWII he was drafted by the army and made films for the Army Air Forces After the war Lyford created his own films and co produced and directed the 1950 Academy Award winning documentary The Titan about Michelangelo In 1952 he went to Saudi Arabia the first Western film crew and produced a number of films for the Kingdom The Fly was a groundbreaking documentary about the prevention of the disease by the Tsetse Fly in 1956 Lyford continued to make films including Boy With A Blindfold about sight restoration Other Arab based documentaries were created but ran into protests due to the Middle Eastern War in 1956 Lyford continued to make films including Boy With A Blindfold about sight restoration narrated by Walter Pigeon His filmmaking led him back to Disney to work in The Wonderful World of Color on television and many other projects In addition to fi 1 mmaking Lyford was very much interested in aviation So much that he bought a surplus training plane for his backyard It would taxi all over the yard Richard Lyford died in 1985 More Intuitive than the competition Powerful script outlining Customizable script Notes Full suite of powerful production features The Choice of Hollywood als Profession For Both Windows Mac Dramatica STORY EXPERT Blast away writers blocks Create great characters Plan your plot from start to finish For novels plays scripts and all of your development and analysis needs Dramatica Story Expert is Mac only Got a PC Try Dramatica Pro For Windows l y i v r r l _ AS THE EARTH TURNS 82018 8TH SENSE PRODUCTIONS 44413 Dramatica STORY EXPERf

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By Matt DeGennaro Here I am again asked by the powers that be to discus a creative topic In the distance the train rumbles across the night horns echoing off the mountains while the final jet lands at PDX sounding absolutely weird and totally mystifying Maybe just maybe I 11 go to a pyschic and have this analyzed Or have one of my ancestral spirits come down and reassure me that my gamble will pay off or my future girlfriend would stop giving it up to every passing fancy My topic Ladies and Gentlemen is how creativity can rescue us from a deep hole where there is no bottom and certainly no top New York City early any evening the ongoing foot traffic is like a Roman Legion crossing an English marsh at dawn Individuals are swept along faces looking down bumping into each like dominoes faces looking up while Molly talks to herself standing on the corner watching the cars go by and waiting forever to cross Or have one of my ancestral spirits come down and reassure me that my gamble will pay off or my future girlfriend would stop giving it up to every passing fancy That doesn t explain the millions of Lasagna eating ants that cross my countertops or the invasion of tiny black crabs on my dining room chair that she sat in one day last week during the equinox when suddenly all was lost and all was mellow Okay so from here on in you re lactose intolerant and have refused to feed the animals scratching on your back door Oh God I remember that morning when you woke up and discovered all your daughters were screwing the neighbor s mangy dog Where did you go wrong and why weren t you despite all yours prayers and incantations saved by the bell In a sudden flash of insight you realized it only happened in the movies you re making and in the scripts you re writing Oh Wiilomenal Poor Willomena Your mind has finally caught up to you and left you sitting in the garden munching on weeds or swimming in a dirty pool poisoned by chlorine and pee from the neighbor s kids who were never taught to keep it in their pants Okay you say you finally see it there it is the creative impulse that drives you speeding to your destiny like a wide open semi on winding country roads Oh Wiilomena Poor Willomena Your mind has finally caught up to you and left you sitting in the garden munching on weeds or swimming in a dirty pool poisoned by chlorine and pee Guess what the project is reaching completion Suddenly yes the end is in sight and your fingers cross the keys like lightning and the actress as beautiful as she is didn t bathe the day she had to do her only nude sex scene Only you the big bad Director responsible to make it look like Burt Lancaster and Reddy Lamar on the beach in From here to Eternity realize why things are not working out the way they re supposed to There you are again the creative you tap dancing on the set and singing Change Change Change while secretly thinking Why am I on this ship of fools Editor s Note Matt DeGennaro is a spirtual being and Award Winning Writer who knows what s where and why s how

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By Matt DeGennaro Here I am again asked by the powers that be to discus a creative topic In the distance the train rumbles across the night horns echoing off the mountains while the final jet lands at PDX sounding absolutely weird and totally mystifying Maybe just maybe I 11 go to a pyschic and have this analyzed Or have one of my ancestral spirits come down and reassure me that my gamble will pay off or my future girlfriend would stop giving it up to every passing fancy My topic Ladies and Gentlemen is how creativity can rescue us from a deep hole where there is no bottom and certainly no top New York City early any evening the ongoing foot traffic is like a Roman Legion crossing an English marsh at dawn Individuals are swept along faces looking down bumping into each like dominoes faces looking up while Molly talks to herself standing on the corner watching the cars go by and waiting forever to cross Or have one of my ancestral spirits come down and reassure me that my gamble will pay off or my future girlfriend would stop giving it up to every passing fancy That doesn t explain the millions of Lasagna eating ants that cross my countertops or the invasion of tiny black crabs on my dining room chair that she sat in one day last week during the equinox when suddenly all was lost and all was mellow Okay so from here on in you re lactose intolerant and have refused to feed the animals scratching on your back door Oh God I remember that morning when you woke up and discovered all your daughters were screwing the neighbor s mangy dog Where did you go wrong and why weren t you despite all yours prayers and incantations saved by the bell In a sudden flash of insight you realized it only happened in the movies you re making and in the scripts you re writing Oh Wiilomenal Poor Willomena Your mind has finally caught up to you and left you sitting in the garden munching on weeds or swimming in a dirty pool poisoned by chlorine and pee from the neighbor s kids who were never taught to keep it in their pants Okay you say you finally see it there it is the creative impulse that drives you speeding to your destiny like a wide open semi on winding country roads Oh Wiilomena Poor Willomena Your mind has finally caught up to you and left you sitting in the garden munching on weeds or swimming in a dirty pool poisoned by chlorine and pee Guess what the project is reaching completion Suddenly yes the end is in sight and your fingers cross the keys like lightning and the actress as beautiful as she is didn t bathe the day she had to do her only nude sex scene Only you the big bad Director responsible to make it look like Burt Lancaster and Reddy Lamar on the beach in From here to Eternity realize why things are not working out the way they re supposed to There you are again the creative you tap dancing on the set and singing Change Change Change while secretly thinking Why am I on this ship of fools Editor s Note Matt DeGennaro is a spirtual being and Award Winning Writer who knows what s where and why s how

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Chee followed this success with the bold action fuelled drama Bodyguard A New Be g Once again Chee took creative lead as he wrote produced and directed the film and shot the film in both the UK and Hong Kong Starring Cary Hiroyuki Tagawa Mortal Kombat Memoirs of a Geisha and Hong Kong comedy legend Richard Ng Winners and Sinners My Lucky Stars and g was released through featuring action by the Jackie Chan Stunt Team Bodyguard A New Be Lionsgate in the USA and Sony Pictures Home Entertainment in France as well as screenings on HBO The film has performed strongly at festivals around the world scooping up the Audience Choice Award for Best Film at the Yellow Fever Film Festival in Ireland and named one of the highlights of the Oldenburg Film Festival in Germany by The Hollywood Reporter The film received two Accolade Awards for both the Film and Direction The film was heavily praised for bringing together different generations of Hong Kong stars also including the late Shing Fui on A Better Tomorrow The Killer and newcomer Vincent Sze SPL Invisible Target Director Biography Chee Keong Cheung International Award winning filmmaker Chee Keong Cheung studied a BA Hons degree in Film and Video at the Surrey Institute of Art and Design gaining a First Class BA Hons Chee founded Intense Productions Ltd a UK based Production Company its aim to produce diverse innovative and successful new films combining both established and up and coming talent background resides in China Chee has produced directed consulted Born in the UK Chee s f1 and advised on numerous productions working with international filmmakers and talent including the late Oscar g cinematographer Jack CardiffOBE The African Queen Black Narcissus and acclaimed British film producer and Former Vice President of 20th century Fox Tim Hampton Aliens Frantic Don t Look Now who was Chee s mentor in the industry Chee s debut action feature film 12 Twelve which he produced wrote and directed was the recipient of a prestigious Accolade Award for best stunts and has been screened at numerous international film festivals Starring Joey Ansah The Bourne Ultimatum Mission Impossible Fall Out Zara Pbythian Doctor Strange Liang Yang Rogue One Star Wars The Last Jedi and Danny John Jules Red Dwarf Blade II the film has been released in over 14 countries including the USA The film was highly acclaimed by fans critics and professional fighters in the UFC and Martial Arts world who praised the film s realistic and gripping portrayal of fight competition 12 Twelve was even recognized as featuring some of the most realistic and brutal fight sequences ever seen in a British film The action was provided a serious boost through the g fight choreography of action coordinator David Forman Batman Begins Clash of the st Titans who worked closely with Chee The film remains hugely popular in the UK and abroad as well helping to launch the careers of the onscreen talent and has been hailed as a must see movie by UFC stars Chuck Liddell Michael Bisping and Ross Pearson The film was a great accomplishment and a testament to Chee s talents as a director Chee recently completed post production on his latest action horror war feature Redcon 1 executive produced by Carlos Gallardo producer of the critically and commercially successful Mariachi trilogy El Mariachi Desperado and Once Upon a Time in Mexico Also on board as executive producers are Kevin Eastman Co creator of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Publisher of Heavy Metal and Stephen L Heureux Frank Miller s Sin City A Dame to Kill For Film editors include Martin Hunter Full Metal Jacket and Chris Gill 28 Days Later 28 Weeks Later Chee is currently developing several action projects in the UK and US Proving his aptitude for high octane action cinema and riveting character led drama Chee Keong Cheung is one of the most exciting up and coming action filmmakers in the business today and continues redefining the perceptions of action cinema through evolving ambitious projects

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Chee followed this success with the bold action fuelled drama Bodyguard A New Be g Once again Chee took creative lead as he wrote produced and directed the film and shot the film in both the UK and Hong Kong Starring Cary Hiroyuki Tagawa Mortal Kombat Memoirs of a Geisha and Hong Kong comedy legend Richard Ng Winners and Sinners My Lucky Stars and g was released through featuring action by the Jackie Chan Stunt Team Bodyguard A New Be Lionsgate in the USA and Sony Pictures Home Entertainment in France as well as screenings on HBO The film has performed strongly at festivals around the world scooping up the Audience Choice Award for Best Film at the Yellow Fever Film Festival in Ireland and named one of the highlights of the Oldenburg Film Festival in Germany by The Hollywood Reporter The film received two Accolade Awards for both the Film and Direction The film was heavily praised for bringing together different generations of Hong Kong stars also including the late Shing Fui on A Better Tomorrow The Killer and newcomer Vincent Sze SPL Invisible Target Director Biography Chee Keong Cheung International Award winning filmmaker Chee Keong Cheung studied a BA Hons degree in Film and Video at the Surrey Institute of Art and Design gaining a First Class BA Hons Chee founded Intense Productions Ltd a UK based Production Company its aim to produce diverse innovative and successful new films combining both established and up and coming talent background resides in China Chee has produced directed consulted Born in the UK Chee s f1 and advised on numerous productions working with international filmmakers and talent including the late Oscar g cinematographer Jack CardiffOBE The African Queen Black Narcissus and acclaimed British film producer and Former Vice President of 20th century Fox Tim Hampton Aliens Frantic Don t Look Now who was Chee s mentor in the industry Chee s debut action feature film 12 Twelve which he produced wrote and directed was the recipient of a prestigious Accolade Award for best stunts and has been screened at numerous international film festivals Starring Joey Ansah The Bourne Ultimatum Mission Impossible Fall Out Zara Pbythian Doctor Strange Liang Yang Rogue One Star Wars The Last Jedi and Danny John Jules Red Dwarf Blade II the film has been released in over 14 countries including the USA The film was highly acclaimed by fans critics and professional fighters in the UFC and Martial Arts world who praised the film s realistic and gripping portrayal of fight competition 12 Twelve was even recognized as featuring some of the most realistic and brutal fight sequences ever seen in a British film The action was provided a serious boost through the g fight choreography of action coordinator David Forman Batman Begins Clash of the st Titans who worked closely with Chee The film remains hugely popular in the UK and abroad as well helping to launch the careers of the onscreen talent and has been hailed as a must see movie by UFC stars Chuck Liddell Michael Bisping and Ross Pearson The film was a great accomplishment and a testament to Chee s talents as a director Chee recently completed post production on his latest action horror war feature Redcon 1 executive produced by Carlos Gallardo producer of the critically and commercially successful Mariachi trilogy El Mariachi Desperado and Once Upon a Time in Mexico Also on board as executive producers are Kevin Eastman Co creator of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Publisher of Heavy Metal and Stephen L Heureux Frank Miller s Sin City A Dame to Kill For Film editors include Martin Hunter Full Metal Jacket and Chris Gill 28 Days Later 28 Weeks Later Chee is currently developing several action projects in the UK and US Proving his aptitude for high octane action cinema and riveting character led drama Chee Keong Cheung is one of the most exciting up and coming action filmmakers in the business today and continues redefining the perceptions of action cinema through evolving ambitious projects

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CUDA by Mark Clark Writers in Competition t the 2019 ACF Meg fest IV The motion picture starred Karl Malden Joyce Van Patton and Lenny Van Dohlen In 1986 Mark Clark reorganized his production company into the service only organization MC Lighting Production Services Mark s lighting design helped shape the look of national and international documentaries television series local and Years ago Ray left the Diablos and moved overseas where he made a name national commercials feature films as well as a host of other motion picture and for himself in the MMA world Now a rising star his old gang and the Mexican video projects In 2005 MCL acquired the lighting and grip assets of Plus 8 Digital cartel that they are associated with want to cash in on his fame Ray s continued With this equipment MC Lighting Production Services was incorporated into The refusal leads to the kidnapping of his fiance and the eventual death of his brother Lighting Zone Inc and continues to provide lighting and grip equipment throughout the southwest With time running out he must become the street wise warrior he once was to save his father and prevent the Co producer Mark Clark s collaboration brought the Last Man Club to the screen It woman he loves being sold into slavery stars James MacKrell Kate French William Morgan Sheppard and Barry Corbin The Writer Biography Mark Clark motion picture swept the awards at the 49th Annual WorldFest Houston International Film 8e Video Festival taking home the best picture award along with many others Mark Clark entered the freelance world in 1980 His production As associate producer Mark helped to craft the look of Alternate Realities starring company MC Productions soon Tom Sizemore Christopher Judge and Elle LaMont gave way to Cinema Ventures a funding company that co produced His current projects include the Award Winning screenplay Cuda the feature film Billy Galvin Ray Medina Jr is a fighter caught in a vice His past ties to Los Diablos a Houston street gang have come back to haunt him

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CUDA by Mark Clark Writers in Competition t the 2019 ACF Meg fest IV The motion picture starred Karl Malden Joyce Van Patton and Lenny Van Dohlen In 1986 Mark Clark reorganized his production company into the service only organization MC Lighting Production Services Mark s lighting design helped shape the look of national and international documentaries television series local and Years ago Ray left the Diablos and moved overseas where he made a name national commercials feature films as well as a host of other motion picture and for himself in the MMA world Now a rising star his old gang and the Mexican video projects In 2005 MCL acquired the lighting and grip assets of Plus 8 Digital cartel that they are associated with want to cash in on his fame Ray s continued With this equipment MC Lighting Production Services was incorporated into The refusal leads to the kidnapping of his fiance and the eventual death of his brother Lighting Zone Inc and continues to provide lighting and grip equipment throughout the southwest With time running out he must become the street wise warrior he once was to save his father and prevent the Co producer Mark Clark s collaboration brought the Last Man Club to the screen It woman he loves being sold into slavery stars James MacKrell Kate French William Morgan Sheppard and Barry Corbin The Writer Biography Mark Clark motion picture swept the awards at the 49th Annual WorldFest Houston International Film 8e Video Festival taking home the best picture award along with many others Mark Clark entered the freelance world in 1980 His production As associate producer Mark helped to craft the look of Alternate Realities starring company MC Productions soon Tom Sizemore Christopher Judge and Elle LaMont gave way to Cinema Ventures a funding company that co produced His current projects include the Award Winning screenplay Cuda the feature film Billy Galvin Ray Medina Jr is a fighter caught in a vice His past ties to Los Diablos a Houston street gang have come back to haunt him

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Powered by Blue Boots Entertainment Glitterguru Productions present Anabelle l lunro s THE MOST IMP 10RT T FILMS IN THE VORLD 2019 i to flonor those Vho Dare to lake t Difference Let s work together to uphold freedom equality respect healing kindness peace and the courage t0 InSpire pOSI t I Ve Ch ange Anabelle Munro SUBMIT FOR FREE www filmfreeway com amunrofilmfest www amunrofilmfest com

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The Science of Emotion The relationship or relations between yourself and your undeveloped emotional actions still has a source or energy that is entropy The cause of oneself is an interruption of the soulful self and being Since entropy and its order has properties thoughts have properties too including being translucent There is much to be learned from that speci tl c ordering of energy from your personal connection not assumptions Next we must de tl ne an emotion An emotion like most every other immaterial entity is a projection of information from the immaterial void to the material realm It is in this room we find the most confusion The chaos that is and can be distributed from the internal self to the external action causes a distinct disruption in the energy that we don t understand This is why we work on the living science and action of emotional intelligence Emotion is a distinctly different ordering of entropy than a thought or thoughts in the emotional body An emotions primary components are different and its properties of transient and ampli tl cation have different difusion rates or rates of spreading increasing In essence an emotion is the motion of feeling of the soul As the souls tendencies changes with respect to time the interference constructive or decon structive between the information in the soul and its physical environment create a change or movement in the order of energy of the soul Essentially emotion can be thought of as immaterial motion wherein the void the soul s information entropy reacts to what information it receives For ex ample suppose some soul which has the tendency of being predominantly loving interacts with information of a recent death or let s say disturbances This information will bring motion to the soul within the void that corresponds to the entropic information of sadness A being feels this emotion via the physical body Just like with a thought that is synthesized or decomposed the in tl nite feedback loop of mind and matter is the route of which the information travels In this case the information that travels into the being is the combination of love Love is connected to each other in the immaterial void Every being is partially connected to each other in the material realm Another way to think of this is we are all connected to the same delocalized zero tl eld that is the immaterial void but in the material realm information travels from being to being at the cost of energy expenditure hence information is lost matter is energy is information When information is lost there is a disconnect between beings When information is not lost the energy is absolute connection from being to being Let us consider a closed system wherein two beings with two separate physical bodies inhabit this system Consider some immaterial cause that changes the physical and energetic components of some being When we consider the system then we can consider it to be closed or open When the system of the emotional state between beings is close then there is an eruption That can cause failure When the system is open then it has to be consider the outside energy systems that it can be connected to which is all matter When the system is connected to all matter then it has the opportunity to flourish and grow to different planes and actions These actions of information receives new information from the environment Simultaneously the electromagnetic tl eld of the physical body and the emotional creation Speci tl cally coming from the heart and brain which are electrically complex and entropic field that interacts with the electromagnetic tl eld of the globe Since the electromagnetic spectrum travels in waves across theoretically in tl nite distances there exists a possibility that the two tl elds interact Since the tl elds of human beings are all similar in spectrum then the probability that the two tl elds interact increases This interaction we have known as love and chaos When two stay at zero point fields interact it cannot The universe we live within necessitates the existence of the imagination of nature in order to create itself in its image of balance power in nature is not and power The word this power is of the like modern day power creator and or complete love The universe is a divine expression of itself The source of all creation occurs within the immaterial void as mogenesis and still it once did during cos continues to to this day The process of creation imagination When the is within the process of information is created imagination is invoked _ _ _ from nothings In order to be invoked the imagination must be willed into existence in order to project information Thus the extent of will yields varying levels of the imagination Will is an inherent property of the fabric of reality As in cosmogenesis the will acts as energy from the power form in the void of the mind When the mind is clear then creation can occur This is why we practice healing and clearing the mind to allow for the transition and transfer of entropy of our lives in and out of material and immaterial world The Science of Emotions by Dr Paul W Dyer drpaulholisticscience com 701 3881899

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The Science of Emotion The relationship or relations between yourself and your undeveloped emotional actions still has a source or energy that is entropy The cause of oneself is an interruption of the soulful self and being Since entropy and its order has properties thoughts have properties too including being translucent There is much to be learned from that speci tl c ordering of energy from your personal connection not assumptions Next we must de tl ne an emotion An emotion like most every other immaterial entity is a projection of information from the immaterial void to the material realm It is in this room we find the most confusion The chaos that is and can be distributed from the internal self to the external action causes a distinct disruption in the energy that we don t understand This is why we work on the living science and action of emotional intelligence Emotion is a distinctly different ordering of entropy than a thought or thoughts in the emotional body An emotions primary components are different and its properties of transient and ampli tl cation have different difusion rates or rates of spreading increasing In essence an emotion is the motion of feeling of the soul As the souls tendencies changes with respect to time the interference constructive or decon structive between the information in the soul and its physical environment create a change or movement in the order of energy of the soul Essentially emotion can be thought of as immaterial motion wherein the void the soul s information entropy reacts to what information it receives For ex ample suppose some soul which has the tendency of being predominantly loving interacts with information of a recent death or let s say disturbances This information will bring motion to the soul within the void that corresponds to the entropic information of sadness A being feels this emotion via the physical body Just like with a thought that is synthesized or decomposed the in tl nite feedback loop of mind and matter is the route of which the information travels In this case the information that travels into the being is the combination of love Love is connected to each other in the immaterial void Every being is partially connected to each other in the material realm Another way to think of this is we are all connected to the same delocalized zero tl eld that is the immaterial void but in the material realm information travels from being to being at the cost of energy expenditure hence information is lost matter is energy is information When information is lost there is a disconnect between beings When information is not lost the energy is absolute connection from being to being Let us consider a closed system wherein two beings with two separate physical bodies inhabit this system Consider some immaterial cause that changes the physical and energetic components of some being When we consider the system then we can consider it to be closed or open When the system of the emotional state between beings is close then there is an eruption That can cause failure When the system is open then it has to be consider the outside energy systems that it can be connected to which is all matter When the system is connected to all matter then it has the opportunity to flourish and grow to different planes and actions These actions of information receives new information from the environment Simultaneously the electromagnetic tl eld of the physical body and the emotional creation Speci tl cally coming from the heart and brain which are electrically complex and entropic field that interacts with the electromagnetic tl eld of the globe Since the electromagnetic spectrum travels in waves across theoretically in tl nite distances there exists a possibility that the two tl elds interact Since the tl elds of human beings are all similar in spectrum then the probability that the two tl elds interact increases This interaction we have known as love and chaos When two stay at zero point fields interact it cannot The universe we live within necessitates the existence of the imagination of nature in order to create itself in its image of balance power in nature is not and power The word this power is of the like modern day power creator and or complete love The universe is a divine expression of itself The source of all creation occurs within the immaterial void as mogenesis and still it once did during cos continues to to this day The process of creation imagination When the is within the process of information is created imagination is invoked _ _ _ from nothings In order to be invoked the imagination must be willed into existence in order to project information Thus the extent of will yields varying levels of the imagination Will is an inherent property of the fabric of reality As in cosmogenesis the will acts as energy from the power form in the void of the mind When the mind is clear then creation can occur This is why we practice healing and clearing the mind to allow for the transition and transfer of entropy of our lives in and out of material and immaterial world The Science of Emotions by Dr Paul W Dyer drpaulholisticscience com 701 3881899

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A GLIMPSE OF TOMORROW by Toure Muhammed We often hear stories of people who set out on a new adventure in their lives only to stumble upon the place where they truly belong Sometimes it s due to some drastic transition in life Some seek to prove to themselves and others that the vision they see for their life is more than just a dream Brave enough to seek the own and currently unseen they find themselves in the midst of a community waiting to support them and a family ready to embrace them Looking beyond their race beliefs gender sexual orientation or physical abilities real acceptance is found For this writer Action on Film was a place of unexpected acceptance of the individual the spirit and the true self I have attended Action on Film Festival twice but I have had projects there for three years ng I have been blessed to have most of those projects gain recognition in many areas Salina P won the Allen Bailey Award for Excellence in Filmmaking Killing Joanne won for Best Actress and Best Urban film last year Dis Connected a piece that I wrote directed acted in and produced won for Best Adaption of Love a honor that truly holds a special place in my memory As I stepped on the stage to accept my award I gave honor to my mother who had recently transitioned And though my words shook and my eyes watered I felt love and support in the room I am getting a little ahead of myself The first year I attended AOF there were so many things going on and to be totally honest I was completely blind to it until I sat at the awards dinner and listen to Del talk about all of those who had made deals for their projects Still I was not sure of the impact AOF could potentially play in my life I made a decision that night that I would not only be back at AOF but that I would better utilize my time In 2018 I took a step out and submitted two projects to AOF and one to Hollywood Dreams I waited for the announcement of the nominees One was Dis Connected and the other was Lost and Found Dis Connected I entered into both Hollywood Dreams and AOF The waiting was torturous I checked the website daily to see the list I was nervous When the Action on Film list was posted and neither film was on it I was shook to the core But there was one list left I continued to check for the Hollywood Dreams list I held my breath everyday until it was posted When I saw the list and Dis Connected listed as a nominee I was confused I am not an excitable person so all those tingles of excitement and the smile trying to break through felt like some sort of weird convulsion that I was completely unfamiliar with I didn t know of I should scream or cry smile or jump up and down So I decided to play it as cool as I could even though there was a whole lot of stuff going on inside me I was an iceberg of emotions Luckily I had a few friends who knew how to act and they were excited for me I and a close friend now business partner immediately began discussing travel arrangements Fast forward to the week of the festival I arrived in Vegas and checked into my room I was still playing it very cool I still had no idea what affect this trip would have on my life but I was glad to be back I I I _ t t 1 1 I L J r 1

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A GLIMPSE OF TOMORROW by Toure Muhammed We often hear stories of people who set out on a new adventure in their lives only to stumble upon the place where they truly belong Sometimes it s due to some drastic transition in life Some seek to prove to themselves and others that the vision they see for their life is more than just a dream Brave enough to seek the own and currently unseen they find themselves in the midst of a community waiting to support them and a family ready to embrace them Looking beyond their race beliefs gender sexual orientation or physical abilities real acceptance is found For this writer Action on Film was a place of unexpected acceptance of the individual the spirit and the true self I have attended Action on Film Festival twice but I have had projects there for three years ng I have been blessed to have most of those projects gain recognition in many areas Salina P won the Allen Bailey Award for Excellence in Filmmaking Killing Joanne won for Best Actress and Best Urban film last year Dis Connected a piece that I wrote directed acted in and produced won for Best Adaption of Love a honor that truly holds a special place in my memory As I stepped on the stage to accept my award I gave honor to my mother who had recently transitioned And though my words shook and my eyes watered I felt love and support in the room I am getting a little ahead of myself The first year I attended AOF there were so many things going on and to be totally honest I was completely blind to it until I sat at the awards dinner and listen to Del talk about all of those who had made deals for their projects Still I was not sure of the impact AOF could potentially play in my life I made a decision that night that I would not only be back at AOF but that I would better utilize my time In 2018 I took a step out and submitted two projects to AOF and one to Hollywood Dreams I waited for the announcement of the nominees One was Dis Connected and the other was Lost and Found Dis Connected I entered into both Hollywood Dreams and AOF The waiting was torturous I checked the website daily to see the list I was nervous When the Action on Film list was posted and neither film was on it I was shook to the core But there was one list left I continued to check for the Hollywood Dreams list I held my breath everyday until it was posted When I saw the list and Dis Connected listed as a nominee I was confused I am not an excitable person so all those tingles of excitement and the smile trying to break through felt like some sort of weird convulsion that I was completely unfamiliar with I didn t know of I should scream or cry smile or jump up and down So I decided to play it as cool as I could even though there was a whole lot of stuff going on inside me I was an iceberg of emotions Luckily I had a few friends who knew how to act and they were excited for me I and a close friend now business partner immediately began discussing travel arrangements Fast forward to the week of the festival I arrived in Vegas and checked into my room I was still playing it very cool I still had no idea what affect this trip would have on my life but I was glad to be back I I I _ t t 1 1 I L J r 1

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MY LUNCH WITH DEL and how he got me off my ss I by James Musselman Pen and paper arrived They were handed to me Please Note While this is what we ate and drank Food is not to scale Draw a line put a perpendicular line on each end and one in the middle Who are the characters What is the beginning What is the ending Most writers know the beats in a film Del had me write them down I filled out the main plot points and before I knew it I had the beat sheet for my fl lm In less veggie Burger than 20 minutes It seemed so easy But back at home not so much So I wanted to look at why I was procrastinating but more importantly what I could do about it Here are my discoveries now tips to help me not only start but finish my script Hopefully it will help with yours too I am assuming everyone reading this like me have a full time job family commitments and a life outside writing Thanks to President Trump s visit to town all of the major roads in the area were closed Traffic is something I loathe Nothing boils my blood like sitting in traffic that does not move with no way to do anything about it Most times I feel like turning around and heading home Del stuck with it He made our appointment He waived to our waiter What is your name Michael Michael bring me a Bombay Sapphire and tonic squeeze in some lime and shake the shit out of it Don t let me catch that bartender stirring it To me So what are you working on I panicked I have a couple of ideas percolating but seem to have trouble getting them on the page I m slow The excuses rolled out I have taken on coaching my daughter s basketball team A big help to the girls but a time suck My favorite excuse Work is super busy Myjob is writing and directing commercials so writing my feature script is kind of like a busman s holiday We have hit a stretch of work that seems monumental I stopped short of blaming the sun in my eyes He calls the waiter over again Michael count to ten for me Michael obeys Ok One two three four five six seven eight nine ten Then to me There youjust wasted ten seconds of your time wasted ten seconds of Michael s time and ten seconds of my time That s thirty seconds we will never get back What are you wasting time for Del and Michael wait for my response I shrug Del Have you taken my script writing seminar I missed last year s festival due to work commitment Del asked Michael for a piece of paper and a pen Tell me an idea for a script I stumbled of over one of my loglines Great ideal Del announced The best advice is to write every day We have all heard this before but boy is this important Sometimes I can only set aside twenty minutes It tends to be a very productive twenty I also find that once I start I lose track of the time which is a good indication that I really love to write A book I am reading right now is The Atomic Habits by James Clear It is a book about easy and proven ways to build good habits and break bad ones The core idea here is that tiny changes make a big difference Think about getting one percent better at something every day verses getting one percent worse After one day you will not notice any difference either way but at the end of the year if you get one percent better every day you will be almost four hundred percent better verses one percent worse every day at the end of the year you would be almost at zero Writing is a muscle that needs to be exercised Think about how easy it is to get out of shape after you miss a couple of weeks at the gym Writing a script is a lot of work Sometimes this mountain can seem too high to climb Missing 20 minutes is not going to make any difference an excuse I used often Wrong Writing every day chips away at the monster I don t expect to write the entire script in a weekend but the page a day adds up fast Before you know it you have a first draft Find a time to write that works for you The most productive time for your brain is the morning and least is mid afternoon Due to work and family commitments I usually write in the evening After the kids are in bed and the house is quiet I am sometimes so tired I don t feel like doing anything A big part of fixing this was to redefine what it means to me to write I remind myself that to sit and write something that is just for me and not for my clients is a reward and not a chore So evening works for me Find what works for you If you have to get up a half hour early and write then do it To quote Pulitzer Prize winner Hisham Matar If I wake up at an early hour and write 500 words each day I will in time have a book Schedule your writing time I was overweight and out of shape Weighing in at 220 I was concerned about my health I finally decided to do something about it I decided to schedule my workouts Nothing could interrupt that meeting a meeting between me and the gym The only exception is fl lming A shoot day trumps all No edit session internal external or production meeting not even a client meeting could be scheduled during my workout I have dropped twenty pounds and am looking to lose 20 more I look forward to my workouts and hate it when I have to cancel This is a good habit Make writing a good habit

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MY LUNCH WITH DEL and how he got me off my ss I by James Musselman Pen and paper arrived They were handed to me Please Note While this is what we ate and drank Food is not to scale Draw a line put a perpendicular line on each end and one in the middle Who are the characters What is the beginning What is the ending Most writers know the beats in a film Del had me write them down I filled out the main plot points and before I knew it I had the beat sheet for my fl lm In less veggie Burger than 20 minutes It seemed so easy But back at home not so much So I wanted to look at why I was procrastinating but more importantly what I could do about it Here are my discoveries now tips to help me not only start but finish my script Hopefully it will help with yours too I am assuming everyone reading this like me have a full time job family commitments and a life outside writing Thanks to President Trump s visit to town all of the major roads in the area were closed Traffic is something I loathe Nothing boils my blood like sitting in traffic that does not move with no way to do anything about it Most times I feel like turning around and heading home Del stuck with it He made our appointment He waived to our waiter What is your name Michael Michael bring me a Bombay Sapphire and tonic squeeze in some lime and shake the shit out of it Don t let me catch that bartender stirring it To me So what are you working on I panicked I have a couple of ideas percolating but seem to have trouble getting them on the page I m slow The excuses rolled out I have taken on coaching my daughter s basketball team A big help to the girls but a time suck My favorite excuse Work is super busy Myjob is writing and directing commercials so writing my feature script is kind of like a busman s holiday We have hit a stretch of work that seems monumental I stopped short of blaming the sun in my eyes He calls the waiter over again Michael count to ten for me Michael obeys Ok One two three four five six seven eight nine ten Then to me There youjust wasted ten seconds of your time wasted ten seconds of Michael s time and ten seconds of my time That s thirty seconds we will never get back What are you wasting time for Del and Michael wait for my response I shrug Del Have you taken my script writing seminar I missed last year s festival due to work commitment Del asked Michael for a piece of paper and a pen Tell me an idea for a script I stumbled of over one of my loglines Great ideal Del announced The best advice is to write every day We have all heard this before but boy is this important Sometimes I can only set aside twenty minutes It tends to be a very productive twenty I also find that once I start I lose track of the time which is a good indication that I really love to write A book I am reading right now is The Atomic Habits by James Clear It is a book about easy and proven ways to build good habits and break bad ones The core idea here is that tiny changes make a big difference Think about getting one percent better at something every day verses getting one percent worse After one day you will not notice any difference either way but at the end of the year if you get one percent better every day you will be almost four hundred percent better verses one percent worse every day at the end of the year you would be almost at zero Writing is a muscle that needs to be exercised Think about how easy it is to get out of shape after you miss a couple of weeks at the gym Writing a script is a lot of work Sometimes this mountain can seem too high to climb Missing 20 minutes is not going to make any difference an excuse I used often Wrong Writing every day chips away at the monster I don t expect to write the entire script in a weekend but the page a day adds up fast Before you know it you have a first draft Find a time to write that works for you The most productive time for your brain is the morning and least is mid afternoon Due to work and family commitments I usually write in the evening After the kids are in bed and the house is quiet I am sometimes so tired I don t feel like doing anything A big part of fixing this was to redefine what it means to me to write I remind myself that to sit and write something that is just for me and not for my clients is a reward and not a chore So evening works for me Find what works for you If you have to get up a half hour early and write then do it To quote Pulitzer Prize winner Hisham Matar If I wake up at an early hour and write 500 words each day I will in time have a book Schedule your writing time I was overweight and out of shape Weighing in at 220 I was concerned about my health I finally decided to do something about it I decided to schedule my workouts Nothing could interrupt that meeting a meeting between me and the gym The only exception is fl lming A shoot day trumps all No edit session internal external or production meeting not even a client meeting could be scheduled during my workout I have dropped twenty pounds and am looking to lose 20 more I look forward to my workouts and hate it when I have to cancel This is a good habit Make writing a good habit

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MY LUNCH WITH DEL Continued Put it in your calendar Be sure to make that meetingjust as important as any meeting in your deyt imer In no time this will become a habit a good habit you will look forward to One you will hate to miss as I do Don tjust schedule in the writing time but schedule in everything related to writing Taking a screenwriting class Put it in your calendar Time to practice the class s lesson Put it in your calendar Time to read your notes Put it in your calendar f it is not in your calendar it does not exist Let your calendar be your guide Dojustice to your goals whatever they are by putting them in your calendar It seems there is never enough time in a dB37 to do everything Look at the things you are trying to accomplish and schedule them into your day It takes a bit of trial and error break down your goals into bite size pieces examine your day for the best times for any specific task examine how you currently use your time and adjust for your new schedule It is amazing what can be accomplished when you don tjust wing it but schedule it in Hope this helps you It is working for me After a great lunch a quick writing lesson and a lot of laughs I said bye and thanks to Del He left me with an exciting new resolve just scheduled in my next set of writing meetings with myself Thanks Del i l 1 e 0 J

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MY LUNCH WITH DEL Continued Put it in your calendar Be sure to make that meetingjust as important as any meeting in your deyt imer In no time this will become a habit a good habit you will look forward to One you will hate to miss as I do Don tjust schedule in the writing time but schedule in everything related to writing Taking a screenwriting class Put it in your calendar Time to practice the class s lesson Put it in your calendar Time to read your notes Put it in your calendar f it is not in your calendar it does not exist Let your calendar be your guide Dojustice to your goals whatever they are by putting them in your calendar It seems there is never enough time in a dB37 to do everything Look at the things you are trying to accomplish and schedule them into your day It takes a bit of trial and error break down your goals into bite size pieces examine your day for the best times for any specific task examine how you currently use your time and adjust for your new schedule It is amazing what can be accomplished when you don tjust wing it but schedule it in Hope this helps you It is working for me After a great lunch a quick writing lesson and a lot of laughs I said bye and thanks to Del He left me with an exciting new resolve just scheduled in my next set of writing meetings with myself Thanks Del i l 1 e 0 J

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Don t forget when you are accepted into one Megafest Event you are guaranteed acceptance into any other AOF Megafest Competion as long as you submit to that show 4KBK Film Festival Aug 1 3 2019 A film festival just for kids created by Television Producer Vanelle in order to shed light on young talent around the world Screenings Seminars Award Show and More www 4kbkfilmfest com ACTION ON FILM FESTIVAL Action On Film July 24 Aug 3 2019 One of the largest fil festivals in the world Over 140 Award Categories Celebrates Film and The Written Word Includes Screenings Seminars Nightly Parties Specialty Events Award Shows and More www actiononfilmfest com Join us for two weeks of new friends family professional connections industry leaders talent seminars parties specialty events investors awards and love in the heart of Las Vegas INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVALS WRITERS COMPETITIONS Las Vegas International Film and Screenwriting Competition July 30 Aug 2 2019 featuring Film Written Word Includes Screenings Celebrities Seminars Nightly Parties Specialty Events Black Tie Dinner and Award Show and More www lviscreenwritingcompetition com __ The LEGENDARY STUNT AWARDS August 2 2019 Star Studded Event where the Best Stunt Performers in the World Receive Magnificent Awards for their work from Dr Robert Goldman and Michael De Pasquale jr during a brilliant Black Tie Dinner and Award Show www actiononfilmfest com Low To No Film Festival and Written Word Competition July 25 Aug 3 2019 Featuring true independent Films and Scripts including shorts features docs experimental music videos and scripts of all lengths The Brainchild of the great Bryan C Martin seminars and Black Tie Dinner and Award Show www lowtonofilmfest com The ICON AWARDS Aug 3 2019 Star Studded Event where the Icons of the World The Industry are celebrated Presented by Legends Michael De Pasquale jr Dr Robert Goldman during a brilliant Black Tie Dinner and Award Show www actiononfilmfest com Anabelle Munro s The Most Important Films In The World July 31 Aug 3 2019 A Celebration that brings honor and recognition to films that create change around the globe This event is Free to enter but requires great content Seminars Screenings Black Tie Dinner and Award Show amunrofilmfest com The Newsfest Film Festival Aug 30 Aug 2 2019 The only festival of it s kind the Newsfest brings awareness to the News Industry with Screenings Seminars Special Events and incredible stories as well as a Black Tie Dinner and Award Show Thanks Tami DeVine Laurel Adler for creating such a show www thenewsfest com Hollywood Dreamz Intl Film Festival July 24 Aug 3 2019 The glamorous side of the Industry featuring Film Written Word Includes Screenings Celebrities Seminars Nightly Parties Specialty Events Black Tie Dinner and Award Show and More www hollywooddreamsfilmfestival com The Next Action Star July 24 Aug 3 2019 Do you have what it takes to become a real Action Star Well submit to this show to find out Use a 3 min and under self tape and maybe you ll be joining our all star cast in a new AOF Movie where you will be a star Submit your work at www nextactionstarfilmfest com _ Tim POLISH SIIOUT l TEH TIO L FIJ I FESTl J lNTERN Tl Fllt A FES LAS VEGAS N The Polish Short Intl Film Festival July 24 Aug 3 2019 featuring everything Polish Screenings Celebrities Seminars Nightly Parties Specialty Events Black Tie Dinner and Award Show and More https filmfreeway com PolishShortFilmFestival Script Summit July 30 Aug 1 2019 Presented by WeFixYourScript com and listed as one of the Top 20 Screenwriting Competitions in the world Come see what all the fuss is about Seminars Nightly Parties Specialty Events Dinner Award Show M ore www scriptsummit com The Venus Intl Italian Film Festival July 29 Aug 3 2019 featuring everything Italian Screenings Celebrities Seminars Nightly Parties Specialty Events Dinner andAward Show and Musical Events More www venusfilmfestival com Young Storytellers Free Competition July 24 Aug 3 2019 The brainchild of Harold L Brown Hank Garrett which Celebrates Youth Film and The Written Word Includes Screenings Seminars Nightly Parties Specialty Events Award Show and More https www actiononfilmfest com young storytellers awards The AOF Megafest is your opportunity to visit over 14 Film Festivals and 40 other Film and Written Word Events during one High Energy Event that features amazing opportunities people distributors investors producers talent seminars awards and everything else that a World Class Film and Written Word Event can and should offer

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Don t forget when you are accepted into one Megafest Event you are guaranteed acceptance into any other AOF Megafest Competion as long as you submit to that show 4KBK Film Festival Aug 1 3 2019 A film festival just for kids created by Television Producer Vanelle in order to shed light on young talent around the world Screenings Seminars Award Show and More www 4kbkfilmfest com ACTION ON FILM FESTIVAL Action On Film July 24 Aug 3 2019 One of the largest fil festivals in the world Over 140 Award Categories Celebrates Film and The Written Word Includes Screenings Seminars Nightly Parties Specialty Events Award Shows and More www actiononfilmfest com Join us for two weeks of new friends family professional connections industry leaders talent seminars parties specialty events investors awards and love in the heart of Las Vegas INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVALS WRITERS COMPETITIONS Las Vegas International Film and Screenwriting Competition July 30 Aug 2 2019 featuring Film Written Word Includes Screenings Celebrities Seminars Nightly Parties Specialty Events Black Tie Dinner and Award Show and More www lviscreenwritingcompetition com __ The LEGENDARY STUNT AWARDS August 2 2019 Star Studded Event where the Best Stunt Performers in the World Receive Magnificent Awards for their work from Dr Robert Goldman and Michael De Pasquale jr during a brilliant Black Tie Dinner and Award Show www actiononfilmfest com Low To No Film Festival and Written Word Competition July 25 Aug 3 2019 Featuring true independent Films and Scripts including shorts features docs experimental music videos and scripts of all lengths The Brainchild of the great Bryan C Martin seminars and Black Tie Dinner and Award Show www lowtonofilmfest com The ICON AWARDS Aug 3 2019 Star Studded Event where the Icons of the World The Industry are celebrated Presented by Legends Michael De Pasquale jr Dr Robert Goldman during a brilliant Black Tie Dinner and Award Show www actiononfilmfest com Anabelle Munro s The Most Important Films In The World July 31 Aug 3 2019 A Celebration that brings honor and recognition to films that create change around the globe This event is Free to enter but requires great content Seminars Screenings Black Tie Dinner and Award Show amunrofilmfest com The Newsfest Film Festival Aug 30 Aug 2 2019 The only festival of it s kind the Newsfest brings awareness to the News Industry with Screenings Seminars Special Events and incredible stories as well as a Black Tie Dinner and Award Show Thanks Tami DeVine Laurel Adler for creating such a show www thenewsfest com Hollywood Dreamz Intl Film Festival July 24 Aug 3 2019 The glamorous side of the Industry featuring Film Written Word Includes Screenings Celebrities Seminars Nightly Parties Specialty Events Black Tie Dinner and Award Show and More www hollywooddreamsfilmfestival com The Next Action Star July 24 Aug 3 2019 Do you have what it takes to become a real Action Star Well submit to this show to find out Use a 3 min and under self tape and maybe you ll be joining our all star cast in a new AOF Movie where you will be a star Submit your work at www nextactionstarfilmfest com _ Tim POLISH SIIOUT l TEH TIO L FIJ I FESTl J lNTERN Tl Fllt A FES LAS VEGAS N The Polish Short Intl Film Festival July 24 Aug 3 2019 featuring everything Polish Screenings Celebrities Seminars Nightly Parties Specialty Events Black Tie Dinner and Award Show and More https filmfreeway com PolishShortFilmFestival Script Summit July 30 Aug 1 2019 Presented by WeFixYourScript com and listed as one of the Top 20 Screenwriting Competitions in the world Come see what all the fuss is about Seminars Nightly Parties Specialty Events Dinner Award Show M ore www scriptsummit com The Venus Intl Italian Film Festival July 29 Aug 3 2019 featuring everything Italian Screenings Celebrities Seminars Nightly Parties Specialty Events Dinner andAward Show and Musical Events More www venusfilmfestival com Young Storytellers Free Competition July 24 Aug 3 2019 The brainchild of Harold L Brown Hank Garrett which Celebrates Youth Film and The Written Word Includes Screenings Seminars Nightly Parties Specialty Events Award Show and More https www actiononfilmfest com young storytellers awards The AOF Megafest is your opportunity to visit over 14 Film Festivals and 40 other Film and Written Word Events during one High Energy Event that features amazing opportunities people distributors investors producers talent seminars awards and everything else that a World Class Film and Written Word Event can and should offer

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SURVIVE OR DIE from Daniel Okoduwa Mike Kang is one of the most important films you are going to see at the AOF MEGAFEST this season Difficult to watch harder to to come to grips with than a Grizzly Bear this movie chills you to the bone After that you begin to understand just how important immigration it is to the lives of millions of people around the globe

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SURVIVE OR DIE from Daniel Okoduwa Mike Kang is one of the most important films you are going to see at the AOF MEGAFEST this season Difficult to watch harder to to come to grips with than a Grizzly Bear this movie chills you to the bone After that you begin to understand just how important immigration it is to the lives of millions of people around the globe

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SURVIVE OR DIE THE STORY A boat of sea weary refugees and asylum seekers made it to a remote uninhabited part of Australia only to realize Hell has only just begun As the world becomes more Dangerous doors are shut and walls come up Nations that once offered hope are now burning with the fire of hate discrimination and insanity Mass exodus of people is inevitable when lands and governments becomes inhospitable THE DIRECTOR Daniel 0koduwa is a Sydney based African Australian film director producer and screenwriter In 2002 Daniel first tried his hands on filmmaking when he got his friends together for a feature titled Death is a Diamond The film tells of a bunch of diamonds that were illegally smuggled into Australia from Africa thus making him the first African to ever produce a film in Australia Daniel would later team up with Korean born and Sydney based filmmaker Mike Kang to produce a drama titled Gossip Nation a film that earned him the best emerging film producer at THE SPA AWARDS Screen Producers of Australia in 2012 The SPA AWARDS earned Daniel a trip to the AFM in Santa Monica California USA His trip to Hollywood exposed him to a new way of thinking and writing By late 2015 Daniel began writing Survive or Die once again inviting his friend Mike Kang to help bring the story to reality

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SURVIVE OR DIE THE STORY A boat of sea weary refugees and asylum seekers made it to a remote uninhabited part of Australia only to realize Hell has only just begun As the world becomes more Dangerous doors are shut and walls come up Nations that once offered hope are now burning with the fire of hate discrimination and insanity Mass exodus of people is inevitable when lands and governments becomes inhospitable THE DIRECTOR Daniel 0koduwa is a Sydney based African Australian film director producer and screenwriter In 2002 Daniel first tried his hands on filmmaking when he got his friends together for a feature titled Death is a Diamond The film tells of a bunch of diamonds that were illegally smuggled into Australia from Africa thus making him the first African to ever produce a film in Australia Daniel would later team up with Korean born and Sydney based filmmaker Mike Kang to produce a drama titled Gossip Nation a film that earned him the best emerging film producer at THE SPA AWARDS Screen Producers of Australia in 2012 The SPA AWARDS earned Daniel a trip to the AFM in Santa Monica California USA His trip to Hollywood exposed him to a new way of thinking and writing By late 2015 Daniel began writing Survive or Die once again inviting his friend Mike Kang to help bring the story to reality

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SURVIVE OR DIE DIRECTOR STATEMENT Millions of people are displaced across the globe Many are trapped in wastelands and dead lands many more have drowned in the seas while fleeing conflict zones Refugees are crossing borders making many governments nervous unbalancing internal politics and giving rise to nationalism racism and xenophobia As the world becomes more dangerous doors are shut and walls come up This movie is based on real life stories and events Many of the scenes in this film are drawn from real life experiences and events In the 9Os as a very young boy by accident or chance I found myself on a boat in west Africa we sailed through the Atlantic Ocean for days an experience I can only describe as hell on water I eventually got lost in the very heart of Africa and continued my journey through central and Southern Africa picking up languages experiencing different cultures but above all picking up survival skills I hope to document my story in a future book I plan to write Survive or Die is a glimpse into my memories and a picture of what many continue to face today It is a self funded independent movie filmed on locations in New South Wales Australia EDITOR S NOTE I watched this film with an open mind not realizing what I was seeing the first time I looked at it It took me a little while to understand and I was confused a bit not by the acting or camera work or even the story I was confused by the turmoil and conflict I was feeling about the desperate needs of the characters involved Great film dw

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SURVIVE OR DIE DIRECTOR STATEMENT Millions of people are displaced across the globe Many are trapped in wastelands and dead lands many more have drowned in the seas while fleeing conflict zones Refugees are crossing borders making many governments nervous unbalancing internal politics and giving rise to nationalism racism and xenophobia As the world becomes more dangerous doors are shut and walls come up This movie is based on real life stories and events Many of the scenes in this film are drawn from real life experiences and events In the 9Os as a very young boy by accident or chance I found myself on a boat in west Africa we sailed through the Atlantic Ocean for days an experience I can only describe as hell on water I eventually got lost in the very heart of Africa and continued my journey through central and Southern Africa picking up languages experiencing different cultures but above all picking up survival skills I hope to document my story in a future book I plan to write Survive or Die is a glimpse into my memories and a picture of what many continue to face today It is a self funded independent movie filmed on locations in New South Wales Australia EDITOR S NOTE I watched this film with an open mind not realizing what I was seeing the first time I looked at it It took me a little while to understand and I was confused a bit not by the acting or camera work or even the story I was confused by the turmoil and conflict I was feeling about the desperate needs of the characters involved Great film dw

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When Del was asked if this was The Weight of Perfection quite possibly the Best Reference Book on Screenwriting in the world by p 6 Days 23 Hours Left THE GUIDE FOR EVERY SCREENWRITER FROM SYNOPSIS TO SUBPLOTS THE SECRETS OF SCREENWRITING REVEALED 16 709 of 18 101 for production 102 supporters 145 followers Make A Pledge Would you be able to expose your dirtiest secret in order to help someone else 7 Break the cycle7 We celebrate those in rehab for drugs and alcohol We encourage conversations about mental illness until someone says Eating Disorder it s unsettling This mental illness needs voices Join ours OUR JOURNEY We are currently in pre production and have gathered a team of seasoned Hollywood professionals who understand the complexity of addiction gained from personal experience by many of the core team as well as the tools needed to entertain a large and diverse crowd without preaching to the choir our goal with The Weight of Perfection is to look stunning as it inspires to start a much needed conversation about what Eating Disorders really feel like torment self harm and self hate and not as the myth is telling us the vanity of wanting to be skinny iS INOPs s Once post production will be completed we will be hitting the festival circuit HARD The festival run period our creative as well as our producing team has ample experience will serve to exhibit and create as many business connections as possible that may serve to find an appropriate distribution channel for The Weight of Perfection Our ultimate goal is to make The Weight of Perfection available for schools and other Del said Yeah it is Get your Oopy On Amazon NOW I platforms Hopefully we will be able to combine these screenings with talks and O A s featuring our filmmakers who have powerful first hand experiences to share that can inspire dialogue prevention and connections to a community of recovery focused people as well as recovery health experts

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When Del was asked if this was The Weight of Perfection quite possibly the Best Reference Book on Screenwriting in the world by p 6 Days 23 Hours Left THE GUIDE FOR EVERY SCREENWRITER FROM SYNOPSIS TO SUBPLOTS THE SECRETS OF SCREENWRITING REVEALED 16 709 of 18 101 for production 102 supporters 145 followers Make A Pledge Would you be able to expose your dirtiest secret in order to help someone else 7 Break the cycle7 We celebrate those in rehab for drugs and alcohol We encourage conversations about mental illness until someone says Eating Disorder it s unsettling This mental illness needs voices Join ours OUR JOURNEY We are currently in pre production and have gathered a team of seasoned Hollywood professionals who understand the complexity of addiction gained from personal experience by many of the core team as well as the tools needed to entertain a large and diverse crowd without preaching to the choir our goal with The Weight of Perfection is to look stunning as it inspires to start a much needed conversation about what Eating Disorders really feel like torment self harm and self hate and not as the myth is telling us the vanity of wanting to be skinny iS INOPs s Once post production will be completed we will be hitting the festival circuit HARD The festival run period our creative as well as our producing team has ample experience will serve to exhibit and create as many business connections as possible that may serve to find an appropriate distribution channel for The Weight of Perfection Our ultimate goal is to make The Weight of Perfection available for schools and other Del said Yeah it is Get your Oopy On Amazon NOW I platforms Hopefully we will be able to combine these screenings with talks and O A s featuring our filmmakers who have powerful first hand experiences to share that can inspire dialogue prevention and connections to a community of recovery focused people as well as recovery health experts

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Over the years we have gotten quite good at predicting the success of a number of young talented people who have gone on to do great things Well here are two more amazing people with futures so bright according to us that the sky is the limit Now watch them fly l Ii Although she is on ly sixteen An astasia Gukovskya has already started her rise to stardom An International Martial Arts Sen sation who has now turn ed her sights on Modelin g Fitn ess Modeling an d Acting I With a face that could play a million roles without repeating Edi Mehana is poised to breakout in a way that many others will never know His performances onscreen are powerful and full of dynamic tension

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