Thursday, April 30, 2015

Trial 2020 to be pitched to Networks

Trial 2020's "Women's Rights" episode has recently aired on AZTV 7, Cable 13 Saturday, March 28th. The episode will be pitched to major and minor networks.

In line with the mission of Trial 2020 to "Establish a presence in the entertainment market with a series that addresses interpretations of right and wrong using societal topics that cause the targeted audience to contemplate and investigate positions in the world today," this episode explores "indecent exposure" laws and leaves the door open to explore "public drunkenness"misdemeanors.

Among commercials and PSA's to air during the show, Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton and "Doc" Jones talk up the upcoming 4th Annual International Jazz Day Festival planned for April 30th at Cityscape. There is also a major pre-event at the Kerr Center, April 29th.

Strategically, a major move is underway to recruit well-connected Producer of Bearfruit Films, James Simmons, to take on a long-term role as Producer Trial 2020. His responsibilities would be far-reaching. "With Simmons on the team, Trial 2020's upside potential goes up up up and fast," shared Abraham Doe, Creator of Trial 2020. "James would move to connect Trial 2020 to a fantastic piece of work going on in the valley that we trust will result in enormous mutual value."

Sandy Kim, a Sr Consultant to Trial 2020, and Simmons would work closely and quickly with Doe to build a writing team that would produce initially 48 episodes, it was learned.

The program expects to raise at least $500,000 fairly quickly.

Tuesday, April 28, 2015

"Song of the New Earth": Tom Kenyon Movie plays in New Zealand

"Song of the New Earth" is a movie about US sound specialist Tom Kenyon. It follows the evolution of Tom Kenyon and his four octave vocal range, exploring vibrational sound as a healing and soul connecting competency within all of us.

The film explores in depth the cutting edge scientific research which proves that sound shifts brain states and promotes dramatic healing. "Song of the New Earth" presents not only Tom Kenyon’s extraordinary journey but also an unforgettable experience with sound.

Regardless of a your religion or belief system, "Song of the New Earth" informs, inspires, and provides an extraordinary opportunity to experience how sound and music can be powerful medicine for ourselves and our world.

Autistic, Noah who needs a $20,000 trained dog is the beneficiary of this Auckland screening. Funds will go to ADNZ Assistance Dogs NZ the only provider of Assistance Dogs to New Zealand families supporting a child challenged by disability.

This is a movie and an event! Anne Huxtable, travelling with the movie will close the evening with a live sound bath. And we have a surprise opening for you all.

Please open your hearts and Buy a ticket at If you cannot attend, please consider a "Virtual Ticket" ( on sale at the same website.

Sunday, April 26, 2015

The 2015 Fifth Annual Ridgewood New Jersey Film Festival

The Ridgewood Guild is proud to present the 5th Annual International Film Festival Wednesday, April 29, Thursday, April 30 (at the Bow Tie Cinema, Ridgewood), and Friday, May 1 (at the Ridgewood Public Library).  “There were so many high caliber entries from around the world this year, the Executive Committee felt the time had come to expand the festival from two nights to three, “ stated Film Festival Chairwoman Lynne Clements. Red carpet festivities will begin at 6pm each night, with film programming running in two theaters simultaneously, beginning at approximately 7pm. Ridgewood Mayor Paul Aronsohn will be on hand to open the festivities on Wednesday, April 29. 
Attendees will be treated to short subjects, experimental films, documentaries, music videos, as well as feature length films. With celebrity guests and film screenings complemented by lively and informative Q&A sessions with cast members and filmmakers, the annual Ridgewood Guild International Film Festival is highly anticipated by independent filmmakers, professionals, film lovers and enthusiasts as well as students who participate in our 'Student Filmmaker Night' (Wednesday, April 29).  “We celebrate excellence in US and international independent films of all genres; now that we’ve been here for five years, the filmmakers are reaching out to us in greater numbers with even better films….how wonderful for Ridgewood and for the viewing pleasure of our attendees! “ said Ridgewood Guild Board President, Tony Damiano. 
Highlights this year include: 

 Wednesday & Thursday, April 29 & 30, 6-9pm: In conjunction with the screening of the documentary “To Be Strong” by Ken Spooner, and in honor of its subject, Ridgewood’s own Anthony Daniels, The Community Blood Services HLA Registry will be holding a “Be The Match” Donor Drive. Please stop by   their table for a painless cheek swab to see if you could be the one to save a life. 

Wednesday, April 29: We are proud to present Oradell native Jon Milano’s short film “Straw Dolls: A Film About the Armenian Genocide.” This touching tribute, which will be screened on the 100th anniversary of the genocide, took two years to research, and is based on true stories uncovered in journals, photographs, survivor interviews, and academic books. In addition, author Douglas Kalajian (Stories My Father Never Finished Telling) who was involved in the filmmaking, helped the team uncover even more rare stories to tell. Very few creative liberties were taken with this film, for all involved knew that it had to be rooted in truth. Starring award-winning Iranian-Armenian actress Mary Apick, Marco Khan(ian) and an ensemble of young Armenian actors. 

Wednesday, April 29: Student films will be shown. The Annual Student Filmmaker Scholarship will be announced on Thursday evening at the After Party & Awards Ceremony at Park West Tavern. 
Thursday, April 29, 4:30-6pm: “Film Makers Lounge” Park West Tavern, 30 Oak Street, Ridgewood, NJ. Come and enjoy a special food and drink menu for filmmakers and filmgoers before attending the red carpet event and film festival. 
Thursday, April 30, 10:45pm: “Film Festival After Party and Awards Ceremony” Park West Tavern, 30 Oak Street, Ridgewood, NJ. Join us and mingle with the filmmakers, actors, festival goers, and Ridgewood Guild Members while enjoying complimentary bites as we announce the winners of the 2015 Ridgewood Guild International Film Festival. 

Friday, May 1, 7-11pm: An evening of Foreign Films at the Ridgewood Public Library. “We are so pleased to be able to share the wealth of high quality films submitted this year with an already established foreign film loving audience through partnership with the Ridgewood Library,” shared Dotti Fucito, Ridgewood Guild Film Festival Board Member. 

 Tickets are $15 per night/$25 for two nights, plus $2 to include the Foreign Film night at the Ridgewood Library. Ridgewood Guild members, students with ID and senior citizens are $10 per night/$15 for two nights, plus $2 to include the Foreign Film Night at the Ridgewood Library.  Tickets for Foreign Film Night at the Ridgewood Library are $5. All proceeds go to The Ridgewood Guild to help fulfill its mission…”Creating a Better Ridgewood.” 

Tickets can be purchased at Mango Jam: 41N. Broad; or on line at:, or at the door. 


Friday, April 24, 2015

Inner Image Media Forms Partnership With Dedicated Talent & Literary Management

 Award-winning, multi-media production company Inner Image Media (IIM), creators of the soon-to-launch series "Reel Talk", which features candid interviews with working actors and production personnel from every corner of the entertainment industry, has teamed up with Dedicated Talent & Literary Management (DTM) to develop a slate of scripted and non-scripted properties in various mediums for multi-platform distribution.

DTM owner and manager Matt Prater will join the board of directors at IIM and serve as the company's new Director of Development. "This partnership has been a long time in the making, and will further the interests of both companies, with the desire to streamline the development process and significantly strengthen a very active production pipeline."

Regarding joining forces with DTM, Miguel Amodio, Co-founder and President of IIM, says, "Coupling our production and human resources with DTM will not only benefit our existing infrastructure and developmental pipeline, but the creative community as a whole, as our mission is to provide a collaborative outlet for fellow creatives and quality content for our viewers."

Visit for more information regarding Inner Image Media. For more information regarding Dedicated Talent & Literary Management, visit

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Going Green Film Fest To Run on Roku April 1-30

 The launches it's film festival on ROKU.  The festival runs April 1-30, 2015.

"We're very excited at quality of films and the variety of countries represented," festival founder Patrice Williams comments. "Roku is a perfect platform for exposing these amazing films to a wide and diverse audience.  Selected films include documentaries, dramas and comedies."

The Films Screening On Roku Are:

Alegria - A Humanitarian Expedition; Submitted by Christoph von Toggenburg (Switzerland)

A Lobster Tale; Submitted by Michael McGuire (USA)

The Blue Marble Of Joys And Sorrows; Paolo Pizzi (USA)

Dreams of the Last Butterflies; Submitted by Zina Brown (USA)

Drown the Alarm; Submitted by Mitchell Klebanoff (USA)

House of Straw; 10 Years Later; Submitted by Heidi Snel (Germany)

Invasion of the Giant Tortoises; Submitted by Theo Lipfert (USA)

My Homeland; Submitted by Rodrigo Jardon (USA)

Pretty Good Friends; Submitted by Sophie Townsend (Australia)

Ryde Share; Submitted by Sethward Allison (USA)

Sea Legend; Submitted by Anica Maruhn (Germany)

Soil, Struggle and Justice: Agroecology in the Brazilian Landless Movement; Submitted By Andreas Hernandez (Brazil)

The Spinster; Submitted by Kristin Tieche  (USA)

Sustain San Diego; Submitted by Lisa Bruhn (USA)

Table Manners; Submitted by Rebecca Manley (United Kingdom)

Tales of the Sand; Submitted by Elodie Turpin (Spain)

Water and Cooperation, Reflections for a New Time; Submitted by João Amorim (Unknown Country of Origin)

The films are free to view for the month of April only.  To view:

1. You must have a ROKU player connected to your television.
2. Log in using your Roku Username and Password
3. Go to:
4. You have now added the Going Green Film Festival Channel to Your Lineup
5. Open the Roku Channel Store to find the added channel. NOTE: You may need to force your channel list to update for the channel to appear in your Channels list. To do this, go to the Settings menu and select System update.  Otherwise, it may take 24 hours to show.

The Going Green Film Festival launched in 2010 as a way to encourage and reward green filmmaking, as well as educate filmmakers on the necessity of lowering their carbon footprint on this planet.

The Going Green Film Festival is a fundraiser for the Minorities in Broadcasting Training Program. (

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Russell Crowe’s Directorial Debut, ‘The Water Diviner’, To Open Newport Beach Film Festival

 The 2015 Newport Beach Film Festival (NBFF) proudly announces a special screening of Russell Crowe’s directorial debut, The Water Diviner as its Opening Night film. The screening of The Water Diviner will take place on Thursday, April 23rd, 2015 at 8:00 pm at Lido Live (3459 Via Lido) followed by a gala reception at Fashion Island (401 Newport Center Drive). The 16th annual NBFF will run from April 23rd – April 30, 2015.

The Water Diviner is an epic adventure set four years after the devastating 1915 World War I battle of Gallipoli in Turkey. Australian farmer Connor (Russell Crowe) travels to Istanbul to discover the fate of his sons, reported missing in the action, where he forges a relationship with the beautiful Turkish woman (Olga Kurylenko) who owns the hotel in which he stays. Holding on to hope, Connor must travel across the war-torn landscape with the help of a Turkish Officer, himself a veteran of the World War I battles. An extraordinary tale of love, faith and heroism, that explores the conflicted and unpredictable nature of war and of the human heart. The film also stars Jai Courtney, Isabel Lucas, Damon Herriman, Jacqueline McKenzie and Cem Yilmaz.

“Russell Crowe and his team have crafted a moving, thoughtful and truly beautiful film. The Newport Beach Film Festival is proud to be partnering with the Australian Government and Warner Bros. Entertainment to bring such powerful cinema to our audience” stated Gregg Schwenk, Executive Director/CEO of the Newport Beach FIm Festival.

“G’Day USA and Ausfilm are delighted to, once again, partner with the Newport Beach Film Festival to bring the best of Australian film to US audiences and commemorate the centenary of Australian and New Zealand troops landing in Gallipoli Cove during World War One. Russell Crowe’s ‘The Water Diviner’ pays homage to that defining moment in our nations’ history and we are thrilled that the Newport Beach Film Festival has chosen the film for opening night,” stated Australian Consul-General Los Angeles, Karen Lanyon.

Following the screening, the Festival will host an Opening Night gala at Fashion Island presented by Fashion Island and Esquire Magazine. The gala will feature culinary tastings from 25 of Orange County’s premiere restaurants, hosted bar by Tito’s Handmade Vodka, Stella Artois Beer and Remy Cointreau with a special performance from Zarkana by Cirque du Soleil.

Tickets to the Opening Night screening and gala are $225 each and are available at  Patrons can also purchase tickets to the Opening Night gala only for $175 each. Guests must be at least 21 years old and cocktail attire is highly recommended.

The Newport Beach Film Festival will showcase more than 350 films from 50 countries and host nightly special events, red carpet galas, compelling conversations with filmmakers, international spotlight events and seminars. The Festival offers filmgoers unique opportunities to mingle with celebrities, filmmakers from around the globe and film industry professionals in a beautiful seaside locale.

The Newport Beach Film Festival is sponsored in part by BMW, Tito’s Handmade Vodka, Fashion Island, Los Angeles Times and the City of Newport Beach.

Passes and tickets for film screenings, galas and special events are on sale now. To purchase tickets and for information about the Newport Beach Film Festival visit

About the Newport Beach Film Festival

Celebrated as one of the leading lifestyle film festivals in the United States, the Newport Beach Film Festival seeks to bring to Orange County the best of classic and contemporary filmmaking from around the world. Committed to enlightening the public with a first-class international film program, a forum for cultural understanding and enriching educational opportunities, the NBFF focuses on showcasing a diverse collection of studio and independent films from around the globe. The 16th annual Newport Beach Film Festival runs April 23 - April 30th and will spotlight over 350 films from around the world.

About Zarkana and Cirque du Soleil

Zarkana, a visually stunning modern acrobatic spectacular, began its residency at ARIA Resort & Casino in Las Vegas on November 1, 2012 following hugely successful engagements at Radio City Music Hall in New York City, Arena Madrid and Moscow’s Kremlin State Palace Theatre. Zarkana is a spirited voyage through an abandoned theater where an extraordinary circus comes to life. Populated by a motley collection of off-the-wall characters and incomparable acrobats, Zarkana is written and directed by François Girard, one of Quebec’s most highly regarded creators who is equally at ease in cinema (The Red Violin, Silk).

From a group of 20 street performers at its beginnings in 1984, Cirque du Soleil is now a major Quebec-based organization providing high-quality artistic entertainment. The company has close to 4,000 employees, including 1,300 performing artists from close to 50 different countries. Cirque du Soleil has brought wonder and delight to more than 155 million spectators in more than 300 cities in over forty countries on six continents.

About Newport Beach, California

Nestled among golden stretches of pristine Pacific coastline between Los Angeles and San Diego, Newport Beach epitomizes the casually sophisticated lifestyle of Southern California. This idyllic seaside destination is widely celebrated for its natural beauty and vibrant yachting community alongside stylish accommodations, eclectic coastal cuisine and upscale shopping. Ranked among the “Top 10 Resort Towns in the U.S.,” Newport Beach also is distinguished as one of the country’s “Top 10 Best Family Beaches.” A mild climate and picturesque backdrop minutes from the newly expanded Orange County/John Wayne Airport (SNA) offers year-round appeal. For more information on Newport Beach or for a complimentary visitor guide, please visit our website

Monday, April 20, 2015

1977 Bandit Trans Am Owned by Burt Reynolds Consigned to Carlisle Auctions

The Carlisle Auctions brand was re-born in November of 2013 with an event in Florida and it’s only fitting that because of an event in Florida two years later, Carlisle Auctions has landed its biggest and most promising consignment to date.  Crossing the block as part of the Spring Carlisle Auction (April 23-24) at the Carlisle Expo Center in Carlisle, Pennsylvania is a 1977 Pontiac Trans Am owned by none other than the Bandit himself, Burt Reynolds.  This car is one of 350+ consignments that Carlisle Auctions will move as part of the event which runs from approximately 3 p.m.-10 p.m. over two days.

Though one of 350+, this particular Trans Am will quickly turn heads when hopeful bidders walk up to it in the Expo Center.  Purchased by Reynolds last year, it was meticulously restored by long time friend and Trans Am restoration expert Harold Murphy of Murphy Auto Body and Restoration in West Palm Beach, Florida.  Since then, it’s been a part of the Reynolds collection, but it’s also the LAST of his cars to be auctioned as he transitions to a new chapter in his life.

With so many auction companies across the country, how does a piece of automotive history owned by one of Hollywood’s most beloved icons wind up with Carlisle Auctions?  The answer is simple and it speaks to the value of doing business with Carlisle Auctions.  As mentioned previously, the modern day version of Carlisle Auctions ran its first event in Florida and continues to run a pair of events annually within the Sunshine State (Florida Fall and Winter AutoFest in Lakeland).  During the Winter AutoFest event, which took place in February of 2015, the Carlisle Auctions team and Director of Auction Operations Tony Cline had the chance to work directly with Murphy.  It was that working relationship and positive experience that convinced Murphy and Reynolds to consign with Carlisle, where as the slogan goes, you’re not just a number, you’re a member of the Carlisle family.

In addition to being a fine piece of restoration work and a true tribute to one of the most iconic cars in all of film, the car has been autographed by Reynolds!  His signature adorns the hood and can be found again inside on the dash board.  Both autographs have been protected to assure a long lasting keepsake.  Further, the winning bidder will receive the Florida DMV title that proves Reynolds is the current owner.  Along with the title and autographs on the car, the winning bid takes home an autographed hat and jacket.  The hat and jacket were worn by Reynolds during a photo shoot for the car.  Those photos are available online at, embedded within the document version of this release below, although higher quality photos are available by request.

With this being the last Reynolds car to cross any auction block, collectors will be quick to bid on this piece of automotive history.  But, what does this particular Trans Am mean in the world of classic cars?  Trans Am expert Rick Deiters of believes that given its lineage, it could bring top dollar.

“The 1977 Trans Am Special Edition, AKA the Bandit car is possibly one of the most iconic cars of all time.  Unless you’ve lived under a rock, you have to be aware of Smokey and the Bandit and of those who starred in the film,” noted Deiters.  “In the last 10 years, these cars have gained incredible attention, proving that iconic cars are desirable and collectible,” continued Deiters.  “As such, a huge amount of fans of the car and the movie are out there looking for this important piece of Americana.  To find an authentic black on black 1977 TA Special Edition proves to be a mission because only a limited amount of them were produced.   In 2014 alone, ones in museum quality condition sold for over $100,000 and in December of 2014, another ‘77 Trans Am from Reynolds’ collection sold for $450,000…and in my opinion, that car wasn’t in as good a condition as some of the others I’ve seen.  That speaks volumes to the demand for not only the car, but for ones owned by Reynolds.  In my opinion, this last car from his collection is a really good and a correct one.  I personally know the car as it was sold by my company to Mr. Murphy to do the project for Mr. Reynolds and I know the group who restored it.  They do good work.  The car is identical to the car driven in the movie; it’s a correct Special Edition Y82 model with Hurst T-Tops, black deluxe interior and a 6.6 liter engine.  Hopefully bidders should do so with complete confidence and I believe this car will do quite well, making its future owner very proud,” concluded Deiters.

Enthusiasts looking for their first classic, next classic or just a way to spend a spring evening should look no further than the Spring Carlisle Auction.  Powered by the Carlisle Auctions’ FREE UNLESS SOLD guarantee, the event has something for everyone.  Consignments should range from four figures to six and with competitive buyers and sellers fees and a friendly staff, it’s no wonder why the Carlisle Auctions brand is the fastest growing collector car auction company in the business today.

Saturday, April 18, 2015

Black Lives Matter at Cannes Film Festival

Yolonda Brinkley, Creator of Beyond Borders: Diversity in Cannes is pleased to announce the Black Lives Black Stories Matter Edition of the 2015 Diversity in Cannes Short Film Showcase and Awards. Honoring filmmakers committed to telling positive stories of the black experience across the diaspora, this parallel section of the Diversity in Cannes Short Film Showcase will promote the presence of black filmmakers at the Cannes Film Festival in May.

In light of the blatant disrespect for the lives of people of color worldwide, Beyond Borders: Diversity in Cannes, an independent global filmmaker movement promoting diversity of race, gender, religion, sexual orientation and physical ability at the Cannes Film Festival, stands in solidarity with the families of the 200 missing Nigerian girls, the victims of the recent Baga massacre, the black males killed at the hands of the law in the United States and the countless others losing lives due to political unrest in other African nations. Black lives and black stories matter and we will proclaim it loud and proud to the international film community at the world’s most prestigious film festival.

“The media, motion pictures in particular, plays an integral role in perpetuating negative stereotypes of the black experience worldwide. While progress has been made to reverse these mostly fiction based perceptions, there’s work to be done,” states Yolonda Brinkley, US based entertainment publicist and creator of Beyond Borders: Diversity in Cannes. “Positive portrayal of black life in film will lead to positive shifts in perception globally and the Black Lives Black Stories Matter Edition of the Diversity in Cannes Short Film Showcase at the Cannes Film Festival is my contribution to the global effort to extinguish negative black images in media one short film at a time.”

The Diversity in Cannes Short Film Showcase, Black Lives Black Stories Matter edition, will spotlight positive images of blacks in film during a special short film screening celebrating the work of six black filmmakers from the diaspora. To culminate, we will honor them and other trailblazing blacks in global entertainment at an awards reception where world renowned visual artist Synthia SAINT JAMES, designer of the USPS' first Kwanzaa stamp, will unveil a signature piece celebrating diversity. In support of our mission, she will grant us reproduction rights of the commissioned art, which will be merchandised to raise funds to promote globally diverse filmmakers at the Cannes Film Festival and beyond.

“I am so jazzed, excited and honored with the artistic delight of creating a signature painting for Yolonda Brinkley's Beyond Borders: Diversity in Cannes,” comments Synthia SAINT JAMES, world renown visual artist. “My hope is that my painting will help to heighten the visibility and brand of Ms. Brinkley's incredible brainchild, while also celebrating and encouraging diversity in the independent global filmmaker movement.”

Filmmakers are encouraged to submit films and webseries to the 2015 Diversity in Cannes Short Film Showcase as all black themed/crewed films promoting positive black images are automatically considered for both the general and the Black Lives Black Stories Matter showcases. Regular submission rate extended through March 31, 2015.  Apply code BLACKLIVESMATTER at

For more information or to donate visit

Friday, April 17, 2015

Sissy gets sweet with director Chris Frieri of SWEET LORRAINE this Friday night plus boxing

Sweet Lorraine stars Tatum O'Neal a New Jersey house-wife and amateur boxer, intent upon getting her husband elected as the second-in-command to mayoral candidate Lou Bava (Steven Bauer), even if it means digging into her seedy, sultry, past. A satirical take on ambition and the gender divide, using dark humor and boxing to deliver its message. (also with Scott William Winters and Jimmie Walker!). Sweet Lorraine is written and directed by Chris Frieri. For more information on Sweet Lorraine, go to

Sissy had the opportunity to interview boxer Andy Lee in preparation for his then upcoming primetime fight against Peter Quillin for the debut of NBC's primetime boxing! Sissy also interviewed Angel Garcia, father and trainer of Danny Garcia.

Andy Lee (born 11 June 1984) is an Irish professional boxer from Limerick, Ireland. He is the current WBO Middleweight world champion, trained by Adam Booth. He was formerly trained by Boxing Hall Of Fame inductee, Emanuel Steward.

Lee was born in London, England to Irish parents. In 1998, his parents returned to Castleconnell, County Limerick in Ireland with their six children. Lee had previously been training at the Repton Boxing Club in London from the age of eight, and upon his family's return to Ireland, Lee and his brothers joined St Francis ABC in Limerick, where his boxing career took off.

Lee signed his first professional contract with Manny Steward in 2005. He then moved to Detroit, Michigan where he lived with his longtime manager and trainer until Steward passed away in 2012. Following his death, Lee moved to London where he joined up with English trainer Adam Booth. It was with Booth that Lee won the WBO belt in 2014, becoming the first Irish boxer to win a world title on American soil since 1934. Lee is also the first member of the Irish Traveler community or any Traveler community to win a world title.

Bound to be an exciting action packed show this Friday night on The Sissy Gamache Show, 7:30pm EST on MNN (Manhattan Neighborhood Network) Channel 56 Time Warner Cable Manhattan and LIVE on as well as on

Thursday, April 16, 2015

Film to reveal how JFK’s quest to end UFO secrecy was eclipsed by shadow government

the official launch date of a Kickstarter campaign for a documentary about how John F. Kennedy’s presidency was eclipsed by the dark shadow of a sinister force operating behind-the-scenes in the US government to hide the truth about UFOs.

Kennedy's Last Stand is a documentary film project that will introduce evidence never before revealed about how President Kennedy learned about classified UFO files during World War II; and why his multiple attempts to gain access during his presidency to UFO related projects and files became a key factor in his assassination. The film’s producer, Dr Michael Salla, claims that “Kennedy’s Last Stand will be the first JFK assassination documentary to examine the close personal friendship between John Kennedy and James Forrestal, the first Secretary of Defense.”

Dr Salla says, “The film will cover how Forrestal introduced Kennedy to the UFO issue during a trip to Germany in July 1945 when JFK witnessed advanced NAZI technologies that were repatriated to the U.S. under Operation Paperclip – an Operation Forrestal helped orchestrate as the then Secretary of the Navy.” Dr Salla says that the “film will reveal for the first time in any documentary how Kennedy’s dramatic Sept 1963 initiative to cooperate with the Soviet Union’s Nikita Khrushchev on joint space and lunar missions included a secret attempt to share access to classified UFO files previously denied to his administration.”

Kickstarter campaigns operate under an “all-or-nothing” funding model so if the Kennedy’s Last Standfilm project doesn’t reach its goal in 30 days, it may be years before what really happened behind the scenes of the Kennedy administration sees the light of day.

To learn more or to support this Kickstarter project, visit or the official film For as little as $20, the general public can help lift the shadow covering what really happened to JFK and his quest for the truth about classified UFO files.

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Cinetransformer Names Michael Pine as New Vice President of Business Development for North America

 Cinetransformer ( announced today that Michael Pine an experienced sales, marketing and business development professional with a technology and industrial background, is joining the company in March 2015 as the Vice President of Business Development for North America.

Pine brings significant experience and depth of knowledge to his new role, having held leadership positions in other similar event marketing positions and some of the worlds largest companies. At Cinetransformer ( Pine will be responsible for the companies efforts to increase visibility of the companies offerings and increase sales for existing and new clients. Pine will report directly to Raul Fernandez, COO for Cinetransformer. (

“We are excited that Michael is joining us. He has more then 20 years of experience of building companies and increasing sales world wide. I am confident that Michael’s knowledge, executive abilities and extensive experience will create new opportunities for our existing and new clients.”

Cinetansformer ( was established in 1995 to fill the need of providing experiential  marketing for various industries.  Cinetransfomer developed and patented their 53-foot double wide expandable mobile cinemas and operates 23 Cinetransformer units in the United States, Mexico and Brazil.

Sunday, April 12, 2015

Jenn Gotzon, Leaving for Poland, Handed 2 Best Actress Nod’s 1-Wk; in Silent Film THE GOOD BOOK

Award-winning actress Jenn Gotzon received nominations this week from 3 different film festivals for her role as Ruth, a good-willed church do’er scarred by a traumatic event, in writer-director Sharon Wilharm’s The Good Book. Nominations came from International Christian Film Festival (Best Actress) Apr. 23-25 in Orlando, FL, Aletheia Truth Awards (Best Lead Actress) May 2 in Knoxville, TN and Bare Bones International Film Festival (Best Ensemble Cast) Apr. 10-19 in Muskogee, OK. Gotzon is best known for her lead roles in family dramedyGod’s CountryDoonby (co-starring with John Schneider), Oscar-Nominated Alone Yet Not Alone and as First Daughter Tricia Nixon (cameo) in Ron Howard’s Oscar-Nominated Frost/Nixon.

“Jenn Gotzon is a human dynamo turning in Oscar style performances that leaves no doubt she has a destiny of stardom for the rest of her life.,” Dr. Fred Eichelman, Point North Tidings.

With no dialogue in The Good Book, Wilharm directs her ensemble cast to identify with the emotional journey of their characters. Gotzon and her character Ruth share similarities, allowing Gotzon’s performance to identify with her own love, hope, rejection and abandonment. “Life is not always peaches and cream even when you strive to live life loving people unconditionally and be the “good” church girl. Rotten things still happen. It is in those sad moments when our belief in God is truly tested. In midst of the heartache, I choose to meditate on things that are good, pure, lovely believing God will work all things together for the good… ,” Gotzon comparing her personal life with her on-screen character arc.

The Good Book marks the first biblically themed motion picture feature photographed mid-out sound since Cecil B. De Mille’s The Ten Commandments.  The silent American films era spanned from 1895 to 1929 making a comeback with The Artist sweeping the Academy Awards in 2011. The Good Booktells the story of a small red Bible making its way to fourteen strangers and impacting the lives of seven of those individuals. The silent film is a festival charmer with 17 festival official selections, 21 nominations, 5 wins, and 5 upcoming festivals. International Christian Film Festival “Best Actress” nominees include Nancy Stafford (Matlock) and Maggie Elizabeth Jones (We Bought A Zoo), both colleagues of Gotzon.

On the wings of the nominations for The Good BookDoonby, the film that propelled Gotzon’s career, is opening in theaters in Poland on March 27. Jenn Gotzon -- who is 80% Polish and learning key Polish phrases from her mom Jo-Ann and her 94-year old grandma Anna -- is flying for her first time to Poland this Sat. to champion the film with her director Peter Mackenzie. Press and media scheduled by distributor Mar. 23 & 24. Gotzon, who was given the “Award of Excellence” by the Film Advisory Board for her role in Doonby,plays the film’s leading lady - a spoiled, party girl seeking significance in life.

Jenn Gotzon stars in over 20 uplifting films that inspire or impact the mind; 4 releasing 2015: Paul Munger’s Princess Cut (last week, won runner-up Best Film and Audience Choice at Christian Worldview Film Festival), Michael Arnold and Chip Rossetti’s The Colors of Emily, Daniel Pickett’sThe Sacred Eternal and Zac Heath’s Out of Ashes starring Alan Powell (The Song).

Because of Gotzon’s brand of movies, she was signed to a 3-year contract as the spokesmodel forBeijing Jubilee Photography Arts Company where Jenn Gotzon will appear on billboards and advertisements throughout China representing Beijing’s top makeup artist Zhen Jixian.

Gotzon also dedicates time giving back & donating to aspiring performers at AMTC Actors Models Talent For Christ an educational program raising up positive role models in media. Help make Good bolder by joining the movement:

Gotzon is available for interviews speaking out about her own personal journey that parallels her character's journey, Ruth, in The Good Book.
For more info on Jenn Gotzon visit: or