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2008-09-05 09:00:23

As previously announced, Big Screen Entertainment Group (OTC:BSEG) will post the company's 2007-2008 financial report and consolidated financials through the OTCIQ portal, a service for disseminating financial information run by Pink OTC Markets (www.pinksheets.com). BSEG will post the report, as well as other relevant company information no later than the close of business on Friday, September 5th. The OTCIQ service enables publicly traded companies, such as BSEG, to achieve...

2008-09-04 09:00:27

CHICAGO, Sept. 4 /PRNewswire/ -- The Army National Guard and Fresh Films, the nation's leading teen filmmaking competition, announce the launch a documentary film initiative, NG Docs. This new program was developed to give young filmmakers the opportunity to capture the real people, places, and experiences of the Army National Guard through their own lens. This October, aspiring documentarians will get a unique look at the people and places that make up the Army National Guard. No sets,...

2008-09-02 09:00:24

Big Screen Entertainment Group (OTC:BSEG) is pleased to announce it will post the company's financials and other pertinent corporate data on the web service OTC Pink Market.com on the premium service OTCIQ on Friday, September 5. On Thursday, most of Big Screen management heads north to Eureka, California for the Wild Rivers 101 Film Festival where a number of BSEG projects and personnel are being honored. President of Production, Stephen Eckelberry, and Big Screen CEO, Kimberley...

2008-08-29 12:00:58

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., Aug. 29 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Building on the momentum of record sales and two new off-balance sheet financing arrangements, Empire Film Group, Inc. (Pink Sheets: EFGU) (http://www.empirefilmgroup.com/) has announced an acceleration of the company's timeline for growth and the achievement of long-term revenues. Revenue forecasts for 2009, which were previously projected at $52-million, have been revised upward to $89.5-million based on an enhanced theatrical and...

2008-08-27 12:01:00

By PAUL DELPLANQUE DO YOU remember the thrill of going to see your first "X" certificate film, especially if you were actually under the age of 16? It was different back in the 1960s wasn't it? If it was a horror and you were only 14 there was no way on earth you could ever get to see the film... unless you could persuade the kiosk lady that you were two years older than you actually were. By the time I was nearly 14 I thought I just might be able to pass for 16, as long as the kiosk...

2008-08-23 00:00:24

By SANDYE VOIGHT Future plans include 3 A fall film mix of Oscar contenders. 3 Film acting classes by Bob Z'dar. 3 Midnight movies -- possibly a series of monster flicks for Halloween. 3 A showing of Tim Breitbach's film, "Dopamine," which won a Sundance award in 2003. 3 A showing by the Chicago Short Film Brigade. 3 Films from India's "Bollywood." 3 A Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting. News You can use Web site: www.mindframetheaters.com Ticket prices: $7 evenings, $5 matinee (also,...

2008-08-19 00:00:22

MANDVI SHARMA & VISHWAS GAUTAM Jo darr gaya must have been watching a Hollywood scary flick. Or so the perception goes. Fluffy romances, high-glycerine dramas and comedies are right up Bollywood's street, but for recall and financial value, Indian cinema is perceived to have lagged behind Hollywood's really scary movies in the horror genre. But now, with two darr-inspiring movies coming up soon, DT figures out if the horror genre has come of age in tinsel town. Can Bollywood...

2008-08-18 00:00:25

By Michael Machosky As a child of the '80s (born in 1976), I take for granted that my tastes were formed during an extended low point -- if not the outright nadir -- in American culture. Nowhere is that clear more than the movies. The '70s are generally considered the last truly great epoch in American filmmaking. As the bloated studio system was breaking down, the balance of power in Hollywood briefly shifted to a few headstrong, ultra-talented writers and directors -- Francis Ford...

2008-08-08 00:00:27

International Synergy Holding Company, Limited (FRANKFURT: IBS) announced that is has acquired Allied Artists Pictures Corp from affiliate Apple Juice Productions, a spin-off of Allied Artists Entertainment Group. IBS's acquisition of Allied Artists adds to its portfolio of entertainment assets, a strategic division that will serve to expand its motion picture and music distribution businesses. IBS understands today's companies' resources, their abilities and the innovated structures that...

2008-08-06 00:00:24

LOS ANGELES, Aug. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Horror Novelist and Film Producer Lia Scott Price has launched a series of free short stories and film shorts online. The short stories, called Lia Scott Price's The Dark Fiction Chronicles(TM), and their companion film shorts (released by DarkAngel Distributors(TM)), Lia Scott Price's Dark Fiction(TM), focus on the fictional diary of a female serial killer. "I write about what goes on in the mind of my character," Price says. Price even plays the female...


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  • A beast of burden; also, a beast in general.
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