Posts Categorized: Film

Father and Son Hip Hop Duo, Master P and Romeo will attend the Urban Film Festival Labor Day Weekend

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Historic Overtown in the City of Miami, known to attract prominent entertainers in the 50’s, will reclaim his historic past welcoming Hip Hop Legend Master P and his son Romeo Miller to the second annual Urban Film Festival this Labor Day Weekend, September 1-3, 2017. A press conference with both is scheduled for Friday, September… Read more »

Urban Film Festival Hosts Press Conference with Master P and Romeo Miller to announce 3-Picture Deal

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WHAT:           The Urban Film Festival was created in 2016 and has quickly become one of the largest international gatherings of urban filmmakers and industry experts.  It is a three-day event dedicated to providing education, distribution opportunities and exposure to mainstream audiences.  The Urban Film Festival features high-level movies that are the… Read more »

American Filmmaker Jack Chakerian Directing Independent Feature Film in Taiwan

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22-year old American filmmaker Jack Chakerian is currently directing a brand new independent feature film in Taipei, Taiwan. Chakerian’s Wednesday Circus takes audiences on a winding journey with characters interwoven into each others’ stories. This thought-provoking film dissects the idea of meaning while also taking a look at mindfulness and madness. In October 2016, Chakerian… Read more »

Trailguide Pictures releases new film “A Place to Paddle: Wabakimi Provincial Park”

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Trailguide Pictures, an independent Canadian landscape and adventure film company, has released a new film this week titled “A Place to Paddle: Wabakimi Provincial Park.” The film is the first instalment in a new series of travel and destination short films planned by the company under the “A Place to Paddle” title. A Place to Paddle:… Read more »

Shore to Shore Media Web Series “The Afropolitans Project” Looks at What Immigrants Face in America

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Old school immigrants may think of it as a heretic’s call for an anti-traditional mindset.  New school first generation immigrants may think of it as a battle cry for creative passion.  But what will audiences think? Slated to break barriers come April 28th, 2017 Shore to Shore Media will launch what they’re calling a revolutionary… Read more »