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Lawrence Elman is the founder and director of Drive Thru Pictures. He has produced and directed numerous award-winning documentaries. He produced BAFTA-winning documentary, Nine Lives of Alice Martineau (2003). He has worked extensively with the BBC, in documentaries such as Office Tigers (2006), and The Biggest Chinese Restaurant in the World (2008). In 2009, Team Qatar won the Best Feature Film Prize in Tribeca/Doha film festival. He also produced and directed John Mortimer: A Life in Words, and Pablo’s Hippos (2010), which were broadcast on the BBC and screened in festivals around the world. Lawrence Elman joined forces in 2009 as Directors in Amber Entertainment’s London office. Combining their extensive experience in the film industry, Ms. Maisel and Mr. Elman focus on the acquisition of intellectual property rights of literary works and the production of feature films, documentaries, television series and content for digital platforms. The company has also created strategic partnerships with publishing houses like Penguin to develop and create new and innovative ways of content distribution. Recent Amber projects include Romeo and Juliet, adapted by Julian Fellows, Molly Moon, The Incredible Hypnotist, a new film based on the best selling books Molly Moon by Georgia Byng and The Perfect Assassin. You can email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org Link: www.123FilmEasy.com. Follow us on Twitter @123Film
Is there a better way to experience a place than the food? While in Palermo join Marco Romeo of Streat Palermo Tours to enjoy a 4 hour tour of the famous, and best street food in the world and live like a local.
You'll earn a Passoporto del Mangione complete with the name of the food you enjoyed and a stamp after each stop. You won't be visiting any 3 language menu restaurants. You'll dive in to enjoy the local goodness at the carts and taverns throughout Palermo tasting foods like arancini, panella,or a spleen sandwich. The tour ends at a great, 100+ year old tavern to enjoy a local wine you can only find in Palermo named Sangue del Siciliano (Sicilian's Blood). This wine was created at this very tavern.
Marco is passionate and built his tours around how he likes to experience a place during his travels. Food, food, food, and more food. And, yes, you will get to enjoy the famous Canoli of Sicily too.
Check out their website at http://www.streatpalermo.it/en and book your tour today.
You can also find Marco's tours from Streat Palermo on www.italytravelmarketplace.com
Bring your appetite!
Kevin Alexander Stea is an American dancer, choreographer, actor, singer, director and model. Stea was born in Hollywood, California, and is half-Caucasian and half-Chinese. He grew up in various places in the United States (Los Angeles, California; Marlette, Michigan; Eugene, Oregon; Milwaukee, Wisconsin; and Santa Fe, New Mexico), then completed his high school education in Singapore on a scholarship at the United World College of South East Asia, where he received the International Baccalaureate Diploma. Following that, he went on to the University of Southern California School of Cinema-Television, which he left to pursue a dance career. A gymnast while in his youth, Stea began dancing seriously while he was at college. A year after his first dance job, he was hired by Madonna as a dance captain, dancer and assistant choreographer on her 1990 Blond Ambition Tour. Stea appeared several times in the documentary Truth or Dare, which was made about the tour. Subsequently, Stea danced and assisted with choreography for Michael Jackson. He has also worked with numerous other high-profile music acts including Prince, Ricky Martin, Janet Jackson, George Michael,David Bowie, Celine Dion, Macy Gray, Anastacia, Rihanna, Lady Gaga, Beyoncé, Britney Spears, Cher, Christina Aguilera, Tony Bennett, Will.i.am and the cat Dolls. Stea has appeared in numerous movies and TV shows, mainly in dancer roles, including Newsies, Melrose Place, Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit, Showgirls, The Birdcage, Charlie’s Angels, Friends, Austin Powers in Goldmember, Rent, Scrubs and Naked Boys Singing. He has appeared in over 50 commercials, most notably for Gap, Old Navy and Pepsi. He also sings and performs under the name That Rogue Romeo. For more info: http://www.kevinstea.com
Broken Romeo is an Alternative Rock band from Tucson, Arizona. The music they produce is diverse and draws on influences including everything from classic rock to contemporary bands. Broken Romeo was the 2011 Tammie winner in the Rock category and they have shared the stage with many National acts. In Oct 2011 Broken Romeo released an all new full length album called “Desperation Daze”. The album was recorded May thru June 2011 at Og7 studio in Tucson, Az., and was engineered and co-produced by Nando Rivas. The album is available at desperationdaze.com, CD Baby, iTunes, Amazon, and many other online distributors. The album is also available at all Zia Record Exchange locations in Arizona and Nevada. The first single "1 In A Million" is in rotation on 106.7 FM Phoenix as a "Homegrown Hit". Broken Romeo has also been nominated for the 2012 "Best Alternative Band" Artist In Music Award. They drop by on Monday, March 18, at 8:30pm EST.
Tonight we introduce our second FREE summer production, "Romeo and Juliet."
Shakespeare in Detroit's founding Artistic and Executive Director, Sam White, will interview the show's director, Emilio Rodriguez, about the company's performance of the audience favorite Saturday, July 26 at 7 p.m.
Learn more about the company and their performance tonight!
Althea Romeo-Mark, the Author, Educator, Poet, and World Traveler, is so much more. To those titles, one can add wife, mother, grandmother, and much more. In a capsule, Althea is a people-person, whether family, friends, or strangers (friends she hasn't gotten to know yet).
Born in Antigua, West Indies, Althea grew up in the US Virgin Islands. She is an educator who lived in the USA; Liberia, West Africa; London, England and presently lives in Switzerland. She has published short stories and poems in the Virgin Islands (The Caribbean Writer), Liberia, Puerto Rico, the USA, Germany, Norway, England, and Switzerland. Althea's work vividly depicts the phases of her life as an immigrant and her cultural experience in her book; her poems are interwoven into a personal essay, A Home with Endless Space. It contemplates the meaning of home as she comes from a line of immigrants and was born on a Caribbean Island, raised on another, did her graduate studies in the USA, then moved to Liberia, West Africa, where she lived for 14 years. For more information click the link below. www.aromaproductions.blogspot.com
Broken Romeo is an Alternative Rock band from Tucson, Arizona. The music they produce is diverse and draws on influences including everything from classic rock to contemporary bands. Broken Romeo was the 2011 Tammie winner in the Rock category and they have shared the stage with many National acts. In Oct 2011 Broken Romeo released an all new full length album called “Desperation Daze”. The album was recorded May thru June 2011 at Og7 studio in Tucson, Az., and was engineered and co-produced by Nando Rivas. The first single "1 In A Million" is in rotation on 106.7 FM Phoenix as a "Homegrown Hit". Broken Romeo has also been nominated for the 2012 "Best Alternative Band" Artist In Music Award. In August 2013 Broken Romeo released the first track "Broken Man" off of their upcoming brand new 5 song EP "Side One" . The new Broken Romeo 5 song EP includes the tracks "Broken Man", "What Are You Looking For?"," Lost & Found", "The Calling", and "The Astronaut"! Each new track will be available 4-5 weeks after the previous track is released. The tracks will be available individually as the become available or as the entire set once finished. The new EP was recorded with George Nardo at Luna Studio in Tucson, Arizona, and also at The BR Pennington studio in Tucson.) In September, 2013, Broken Romeo was named the Elite365Radio2013-2014 Band Of The Year! Broken Romeo joins Take 2 Radio Music for a chat and music on Sept. 27th at 3pm Eastern
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On this week's ScreenPicks Movie Show, we review five new films: Captain Phillips, Romeo and Juliet, CBGB, All the Boys Love Mandy Lane, and Machete Kills
Max Romeo (born Maxwell Livingston Smith, 22 November 1947, St. D'Acre, St. James, Jamaica is a reggae and roots reggae recording artist who has achieved chart success in his home country, and in the United Kingdom. At the time of release of his infamous "Wet Dream" in 1968, Romeo had already had several hits with the vocal trio the Emotions. Romeo left home at the age of 14 and worked on a sugar plantation outside Clarendon. In 1965 he joined up with Kenneth Knight and Lloyd Shakespeare in The Emotions, whilst also working as a record plugger for Ken Lack's Caltone label. The group were unsuccessful in auditions for other producers, but Lack offered them an audition after overhearing Smith singing to himself while working. In 1966, the group had their first hit, with the Lack-produced "(Buy You) A Rainbow". The Emotions went on to release several hit singles and by 1968, the singer, by that point known as Max Romeo, launched a solo career. Romeo returned to The Emotions, now recording for Phil Pratt, and founded a new band, The Upsetters.1968 saw the breakthrough in Romeo's career, when he wrote "Wet Dream", a song that became a massive hit in Jamaica. The track was banned by the BBC Radio in the UK due to its overly sexual lyrics, although the singer claimed that it was about a leaking roof. Nevertheless, "Wet Dream" became a Top 10 hit in the UK. A number of follow-up singles in a similar vein was released in 1969: "Belly Woman", "Wine Her Goosie" and "Mini-Skirt Vision", as well as Max Romeo's debut LP, A Dream. A UK tour also met with Romeo being banned from performing at several venues.
Artist development chat with Sultan Ali (son of Prince Buster)1.How wrong associaton can distroy your career (2).What to say and not to say in public (not that you are a public figure) (3).Do not be a pretentious jerks (people are always taking note) . www.crsradio.com