Irving Films released a trailer and poster for Hope, A Christian Based drama, tells the story of young man who hits rock bottom and nowhere to turn.
Directed by Lakisha R. Lemons (Border Break, Be My Teacher), Hope is produced by Irving Films & Productions in association with LL Productions and Advanced Eye Films.
Break out a bottle of champagne and crack it open for the new website for Advanced Eye Film’s next feature film. A Broken Hart now has a teaser site and a teaser video. You will be greatly surprised, I’m sure, to find that the video doesn’t show much.
There isn’t a lot at A Broken Hart Movie right now, but if you get weak in the knees over slightly creepy images looking outside Arthur Hart’s window, it’s the web page for you. Looks like the header shot for the article.
A Broken Hart stars Stephen Paul, Sarah DaShun, and Trent T. Daniel. Here’s the plot recap:
A young millionaire has trapped himself inside his estate, juggling insanity, idleness, and love, with intent to destroy it all.
A Broken Hart is set to go into production in May 2012.
It was shot literally yesterday, but that is not stopping Advanced Eye Films from releasing a movie poster for it TODAY. Freedoom is the a short movie directed by Jesse Young III and starring Stephen Paul as a support group attendee who decides to finally speak his truths to his peers.
Freedoom will be released December 2011.
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Houston Actress Elle Hammons promotes the December issue of C47Houston Entertainment Magazine. Ms. Hammons will be C47′s December 2011 Limelight feature Actress for the month. Read what she has to say about her career, what projects she is currently part of and some of her views about the industry.
Ms. Hammons plays a psychiatrist in Border Break, the upcoming thriller documentary from director Lakisha R. Lemons. For more info on Border Break, go to www.borderbreakmovie.com
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Anti-bullying movie filmed in New Caney addresses growing problem in schools
Experts say early intervention is key to fighting this growing problem – and that’s the goal of a new movie that was filmed in New Caney and could be heading to a school near you.
Bullying can have serious consequences.
Kaelynn Wright, a 2nd-grader who was bullied at Valley Ranch Elementary, suffered stress-related stomach problems and ended up missing 28 days of school.
Truancy charges were filed, but dropped, after her mother showed the judge Wright’s medical records.
The school summoned the bullies and their parents to address the problem last year. Then, they took the fight to the big screen.
Two New Caney ISD campuses helped film the “A.B. Zone,” which stands for “anti-bullying.”
Producer Jaquay Young said they’re targeting grade- and middle-school students.
The movie gives typical bullying scenarios and solutions that kids can understand.
For a list of times, dates and locations of upcoming “A.B. Zone” screenings, click here.
About the Film Festival:
Our Image Film and Arts showcases positive and entertaining imagery through film, arts and music about Black cultures of the world. For more information go to: http://www.ourimagefest.com/
About Border Break
“Border Break” is a co-production between Irving Films & Productions, LL Productions and Advanced Eye Films. The film uses a combination of dramatic reenactments by professional actors and documentary footage gathered in the wake of Janet’s disappearance to chronicle the events leading up to Janet Taylor’s disappearance – and alleged abduction – while on a spring break road trip to Mexico with three friends. For more information on Border Break, go to: http://www.borderbreakmovie.com/
The A. B. Zone and Children’s Museum of Houston are proud to announce 5 screenings to further spread the positive message of anti-bullying for kids!
Screening dates are as follows:
November 10 @ 5PM – 1500 Binz, Houston, TX 77004
November 10 @ 6PM – 1500 Binz, Houston, TX 77004
November 10 @ 7PM – 1500 Binz, Houston, TX 77004
November 17 @ 5PM – 1500 Binz, Houston, TX 77004
November 17 @ 7PM – 1500 Binz, Houston, TX 77004
Find more screening dates here.