The Denver Film Festival sponsored by Starz had its opening night on November 6, 2013, at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House. The red carpet was crowded with plenty of photographers and videographers as some of the cast strolled quickly down the red carpet.
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Broken Angels is a script written by Antoine Mizel. The script shows the raw nature of a teenage girl’s hardships. It takes a special cast to pull off the depth that is involved for each of the characters in the script. Pre-production has already begun with over 300 applicants auditioning for roles. After extensive searching the cast has been selected. Locations have been locked down. Filming starts in July.
The sidewalk was full of smiles as cast, crew, and friends greeted each other before the Los Angeles Premiere of See No Evil. The only screaming came from the film as the cast explained how well and how loud each had to scream when they were filming. Horror icons such as Michael Barryman, Dee Wallace, and Suze Lanier-Bramlett from The Hills Have Eyes.
Other celebrities mingled with the cast and crew to show their support for their loved ones and friends.
This article can be found on in ACT Like a Child Magazine, Issue 3, page 6 written by Amy Arena.
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Director Allyn Camp and Producer Jenna Urban have already cast the lead actors for the film, “Sins of the Father.”. Wardrobe fitting and locations have been secured. Extras are still needed. Please check back for updates and photos soon. Shoot date is set for late March 22-24, 2013.
Director Allyn Camp and Producer Jenna Urban have already cast two lead actors for the film, “Conversation with Breakfast” have already been cast. The lead actors are Del Zamora and Brenda Nicole Walsh. Wardrobe fitting and locations have been secured. The other actors being used might surprise you! Please check back for updates and photos soon. Shoot date is set for March 21, 2013.
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The NAACP Image Awards at The Shrine Auditorium hosted some of the most exciting talent in the industry last Friday night. As always, we were excited to see the dignified Reathy Gray from “Off Their Rockers” who seemed to be beaming in spite of not receiving a nomination. We’ll try to let the oversight go. The fashion varied from devastatingly gorgeous to simply devastating, but I must say I loved Monica Cabbler’s very French number with her matching coiffure and Karen Kelly’s sweetly embellished, little black dress. Another actress of Django Unchained who exhumed confidence in her short little number was Daniele Watts. We had a difficult time catching up to the film’s stars as Tarantino’s latest was all the buzz.
Urban Media did get to speak with the colorful cast of The Pastor Frank show came to chat up their new pilot which looks to be both an inspirational and hilarious realty series. Then we caught up with our friend, Paul Tirado, who we anticipate seeing on the silver screen soon in the creepy flick, Slink. We also enjoyed seeing one of our favorite budding actors recently appearing in the short-film Abduction, the charming Noah Dahl who appeared with another emerging talent, Tai Urban, the star of the story. We would have tried to talk to giants like Tracy Morgan, but he didn’t show up for his nomination.
While the gracious and graceful Kerrie Washington took the most trophies at the NAACP Image Awards, the Django Unchained actress might learn a thing or two about red carpet fashion from the striking and elegant, Halle Berry. Her co-star and fellow winner, Jamie Foxx, got away with trendy dressing down, but Washington will clearly be needing a few more gowns if the night’s three victories tell what’s yet to come for her. Celebrity Apprentice’s Claudia Jordan was certainly hard to miss in an electrified magenta and fuchsia blend. LL Cool J, of course, looked delicious as ever and backed that up with a win for NCIS.
-Writer: Amy Arena
On Tuesday night, the band, “In a Perfect World” held their CD Release party at the Infusion Lounge. Carey Casem appeared to chat things up outside while I was inside rocking out. The band definitely amped things up, but my and my heart skipped a beat when I saw Edward James Almos. Don’t know why. Maybe a flashback to childhood? Miami Vice, anyone?
I had the most fun with promoter and chef Johnny Ciao who has the clever wit and detachment I imagine Hunter S. Thompson did, but with hug-ability instead of hostility. He’s worth going to the Infusion Lounge for alone.
The bands really brought it and I particularly enjoyed the melodic sounds of In A Perfect World and Mal that demonstrated a touch of Rush in their stylings. Also in attendance was cutie pie Marcus Eaton, Reatha Grey, and Tanner Honan with the magnanimous writer, Jon Morgan Woodward from the exciting thriller “Hidden Valley,” in which many are anticipating. All and all, the party provided the perfect rhythm for good times.
-Writer: Amy Arena