May 282014

Popart Film Factory & Leverage Entertainment’s Edgar Allan Poe Film Adaptation of “The Tell-Tale Heart” to Star Patrick John Flueger, Rose McGowan and Peter Bogdanovich











John Patrick Flueger


New Orleans, LA (PRWEB) October 15, 2011

Popart Film Factory & Leverage Entertainment are pleased to announce Patrick John Flueger, Rose McGowan and Peter Bogdanovich will star in the upcoming feature film adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Tell Tale Heart.” Production on the literary thriller begins Oct. 20 and will take place in New Orleans, Louisiana.

The lead role in “The Tell-Tale Heart” will be played by Flueger, who also plays Chuck Cranston in Paramount Picture’s “Footloose,” a remake of the classic American dance film that is being released nationwide this weekend. Flueger was recently seen on the big screen in Jim Sheridan’s “Brothers,” where he played a supporting role opposite Toby Maguire.

Playing female lead is actress McGowan, who is known for her roles in such films as “Grindhouse,” “Scream,” “Jawbreaker,” “The Black Dahlia” and “The Doom Generation,” in addition to her role on the popular series “Charmed.”

Rounding out the standout cast is renowned director Bogdanovich. Celebrated for his work as a director for classics including “Paper Moon,” “The Last Picture Show,” and “What’s Up Doc?.” Bogdanovich started out training as an actor under the tutelage of the legendary Stella Adler before making a name for himself as one of Hollywood’s great filmmakers.

Inspired by Poe’s imaginative short story, this independent film brings mystery, romance, and suspense to the literary classic. Producer Daniel Zirilli, who has produced and/or directed more than 250 music videos (for artists from The Rolling Stones to Three 6 Mafia) and 20 feature length films, will be joined by Director John La Tier to bring this story to life.

“It was always our intention to stay true to Poe,” says La Tier. “We want this film to be something he would be proud of, and I believe this captivating script, combined with this cast and art direction, is going to be just that.”

Patrick John Flueger is represented by UTA & Nancy Kremer Management, Rose McGowan by The Gersh Agency & MPE, Peter Bogdanovich by Abrams Artists Agency & MPE, and Daniel Zirilli is managed by Zero Gravity.

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Popart Film Factory & Leverage Entertainment’s Edgar Allan Poe Film Adaptation of “The Tell-Tale Heart” to Star Patrick John Flueger, Rose McGowan and Peter Bogdanovich











John Patrick Flueger


New Orleans, LA (PRWEB) October 15, 2011

Popart Film Factory & Leverage Entertainment are pleased to announce Patrick John Flueger, Rose McGowan and Peter Bogdanovich will star in the upcoming feature film adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Tell Tale Heart.” Production on the literary thriller begins Oct. 20 and will take place in New Orleans, Louisiana.

The lead role in “The Tell-Tale Heart” will be played by Flueger, who also plays Chuck Cranston in Paramount Picture’s “Footloose,” a remake of the classic American dance film that is being released nationwide this weekend. Flueger was recently seen on the big screen in Jim Sheridan’s “Brothers,” where he played a supporting role opposite Toby Maguire.

Playing female lead is actress McGowan, who is known for her roles in such films as “Grindhouse,” “Scream,” “Jawbreaker,” “The Black Dahlia” and “The Doom Generation,” in addition to her role on the popular series “Charmed.”

Rounding out the standout cast is renowned director Bogdanovich. Celebrated for his work as a director for classics including “Paper Moon,” “The Last Picture Show,” and “What’s Up Doc?.” Bogdanovich started out training as an actor under the tutelage of the legendary Stella Adler before making a name for himself as one of Hollywood’s great filmmakers.

Inspired by Poe’s imaginative short story, this independent film brings mystery, romance, and suspense to the literary classic. Producer Daniel Zirilli, who has produced and/or directed more than 250 music videos (for artists from The Rolling Stones to Three 6 Mafia) and 20 feature length films, will be joined by Director John La Tier to bring this story to life.

“It was always our intention to stay true to Poe,” says La Tier. “We want this film to be something he would be proud of, and I believe this captivating script, combined with this cast and art direction, is going to be just that.”

Patrick John Flueger is represented by UTA & Nancy Kremer Management, Rose McGowan by The Gersh Agency & MPE, Peter Bogdanovich by Abrams Artists Agency & MPE, and Daniel Zirilli is managed by Zero Gravity.

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Oct 232012

Popart Film Factory & Leverage Entertainment’s Edgar Allan Poe Film Adaptation of “The Tell-Tale Heart” to Star Patrick John Flueger, Rose McGowan and Peter Bogdanovich











John Patrick Flueger


New Orleans, LA (PRWEB) October 15, 2011

Popart Film Factory & Leverage Entertainment are pleased to announce Patrick John Flueger, Rose McGowan and Peter Bogdanovich will star in the upcoming feature film adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Tell Tale Heart.” Production on the literary thriller begins Oct. 20 and will take place in New Orleans, Louisiana.

The lead role in “The Tell-Tale Heart” will be played by Flueger, who also plays Chuck Cranston in Paramount Picture’s “Footloose,” a remake of the classic American dance film that is being released nationwide this weekend. Flueger was recently seen on the big screen in Jim Sheridan’s “Brothers,” where he played a supporting role opposite Toby Maguire.

Playing female lead is actress McGowan, who is known for her roles in such films as “Grindhouse,” “Scream,” “Jawbreaker,” “The Black Dahlia” and “The Doom Generation,” in addition to her role on the popular series “Charmed.”

Rounding out the standout cast is renowned director Bogdanovich. Celebrated for his work as a director for classics including “Paper Moon,” “The Last Picture Show,” and “What’s Up Doc?.” Bogdanovich started out training as an actor under the tutelage of the legendary Stella Adler before making a name for himself as one of Hollywood’s great filmmakers.

Inspired by Poe’s imaginative short story, this independent film brings mystery, romance, and suspense to the literary classic. Producer Daniel Zirilli, who has produced and/or directed more than 250 music videos (for artists from The Rolling Stones to Three 6 Mafia) and 20 feature length films, will be joined by Director John La Tier to bring this story to life.

“It was always our intention to stay true to Poe,” says La Tier. “We want this film to be something he would be proud of, and I believe this captivating script, combined with this cast and art direction, is going to be just that.”

Patrick John Flueger is represented by UTA & Nancy Kremer Management, Rose McGowan by The Gersh Agency & MPE, Peter Bogdanovich by Abrams Artists Agency & MPE, and Daniel Zirilli is managed by Zero Gravity.

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Dec 112011

Popart Film Factory & Leverage Entertainment’s Edgar Allan Poe Film Adaptation of “The Tell-Tale Heart” to Star Patrick John Flueger, Rose McGowan and Peter Bogdanovich











John Patrick Flueger


New Orleans, LA (PRWEB) October 15, 2011

Popart Film Factory & Leverage Entertainment are pleased to announce Patrick John Flueger, Rose McGowan and Peter Bogdanovich will star in the upcoming feature film adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Tell Tale Heart.” Production on the literary thriller begins Oct. 20 and will take place in New Orleans, Louisiana.

The lead role in “The Tell-Tale Heart” will be played by Flueger, who also plays Chuck Cranston in Paramount Picture’s “Footloose,” a remake of the classic American dance film that is being released nationwide this weekend. Flueger was recently seen on the big screen in Jim Sheridan’s “Brothers,” where he played a supporting role opposite Toby Maguire.

Playing female lead is actress McGowan, who is known for her roles in such films as “Grindhouse,” “Scream,” “Jawbreaker,” “The Black Dahlia” and “The Doom Generation,” in addition to her role on the popular series “Charmed.”

Rounding out the standout cast is renowned director Bogdanovich. Celebrated for his work as a director for classics including “Paper Moon,” “The Last Picture Show,” and “What’s Up Doc?.” Bogdanovich started out training as an actor under the tutelage of the legendary Stella Adler before making a name for himself as one of Hollywood’s great filmmakers.

Inspired by Poe’s imaginative short story, this independent film brings mystery, romance, and suspense to the literary classic. Producer Daniel Zirilli, who has produced and/or directed more than 250 music videos (for artists from The Rolling Stones to Three 6 Mafia) and 20 feature length films, will be joined by Director John La Tier to bring this story to life.

“It was always our intention to stay true to Poe,” says La Tier. “We want this film to be something he would be proud of, and I believe this captivating script, combined with this cast and art direction, is going to be just that.”

Patrick John Flueger is represented by UTA & Nancy Kremer Management, Rose McGowan by The Gersh Agency & MPE, Peter Bogdanovich by Abrams Artists Agency & MPE, and Daniel Zirilli is managed by Zero Gravity.

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Dec 112011

Popart Film Factory & Leverage Entertainment’s Edgar Allan Poe Film Adaptation of “The Tell-Tale Heart” to Star Patrick John Flueger, Rose McGowan and Peter Bogdanovich











John Patrick Flueger


New Orleans, LA (PRWEB) October 15, 2011

Popart Film Factory & Leverage Entertainment are pleased to announce Patrick John Flueger, Rose McGowan and Peter Bogdanovich will star in the upcoming feature film adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Tell Tale Heart.” Production on the literary thriller begins Oct. 20 and will take place in New Orleans, Louisiana.

The lead role in “The Tell-Tale Heart” will be played by Flueger, who also plays Chuck Cranston in Paramount Picture’s “Footloose,” a remake of the classic American dance film that is being released nationwide this weekend. Flueger was recently seen on the big screen in Jim Sheridan’s “Brothers,” where he played a supporting role opposite Toby Maguire.

Playing female lead is actress McGowan, who is known for her roles in such films as “Grindhouse,” “Scream,” “Jawbreaker,” “The Black Dahlia” and “The Doom Generation,” in addition to her role on the popular series “Charmed.”

Rounding out the standout cast is renowned director Bogdanovich. Celebrated for his work as a director for classics including “Paper Moon,” “The Last Picture Show,” and “What’s Up Doc?.” Bogdanovich started out training as an actor under the tutelage of the legendary Stella Adler before making a name for himself as one of Hollywood’s great filmmakers.

Inspired by Poe’s imaginative short story, this independent film brings mystery, romance, and suspense to the literary classic. Producer Daniel Zirilli, who has produced and/or directed more than 250 music videos (for artists from The Rolling Stones to Three 6 Mafia) and 20 feature length films, will be joined by Director John La Tier to bring this story to life.

“It was always our intention to stay true to Poe,” says La Tier. “We want this film to be something he would be proud of, and I believe this captivating script, combined with this cast and art direction, is going to be just that.”

Patrick John Flueger is represented by UTA & Nancy Kremer Management, Rose McGowan by The Gersh Agency & MPE, Peter Bogdanovich by Abrams Artists Agency & MPE, and Daniel Zirilli is managed by Zero Gravity.

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Dec 072011

Popart Film Factory & Leverage Entertainment’s Edgar Allan Poe Film Adaptation of “The Tell-Tale Heart” to Star Patrick John Flueger, Rose McGowan and Peter Bogdanovich











John Patrick Flueger


New Orleans, LA (PRWEB) October 15, 2011

Popart Film Factory & Leverage Entertainment are pleased to announce Patrick John Flueger, Rose McGowan and Peter Bogdanovich will star in the upcoming feature film adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Tell Tale Heart.” Production on the literary thriller begins Oct. 20 and will take place in New Orleans, Louisiana.

The lead role in “The Tell-Tale Heart” will be played by Flueger, who also plays Chuck Cranston in Paramount Picture’s “Footloose,” a remake of the classic American dance film that is being released nationwide this weekend. Flueger was recently seen on the big screen in Jim Sheridan’s “Brothers,” where he played a supporting role opposite Toby Maguire.

Playing female lead is actress McGowan, who is known for her roles in such films as “Grindhouse,” “Scream,” “Jawbreaker,” “The Black Dahlia” and “The Doom Generation,” in addition to her role on the popular series “Charmed.”

Rounding out the standout cast is renowned director Bogdanovich. Celebrated for his work as a director for classics including “Paper Moon,” “The Last Picture Show,” and “What’s Up Doc?.” Bogdanovich started out training as an actor under the tutelage of the legendary Stella Adler before making a name for himself as one of Hollywood’s great filmmakers.

Inspired by Poe’s imaginative short story, this independent film brings mystery, romance, and suspense to the literary classic. Producer Daniel Zirilli, who has produced and/or directed more than 250 music videos (for artists from The Rolling Stones to Three 6 Mafia) and 20 feature length films, will be joined by Director John La Tier to bring this story to life.

“It was always our intention to stay true to Poe,” says La Tier. “We want this film to be something he would be proud of, and I believe this captivating script, combined with this cast and art direction, is going to be just that.”

Patrick John Flueger is represented by UTA & Nancy Kremer Management, Rose McGowan by The Gersh Agency & MPE, Peter Bogdanovich by Abrams Artists Agency & MPE, and Daniel Zirilli is managed by Zero Gravity.

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Dec 072011

Popart Film Factory & Leverage Entertainment’s Edgar Allan Poe Film Adaptation of “The Tell-Tale Heart” to Star Patrick John Flueger, Rose McGowan and Peter Bogdanovich











John Patrick Flueger


New Orleans, LA (PRWEB) October 15, 2011

Popart Film Factory & Leverage Entertainment are pleased to announce Patrick John Flueger, Rose McGowan and Peter Bogdanovich will star in the upcoming feature film adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Tell Tale Heart.” Production on the literary thriller begins Oct. 20 and will take place in New Orleans, Louisiana.

The lead role in “The Tell-Tale Heart” will be played by Flueger, who also plays Chuck Cranston in Paramount Picture’s “Footloose,” a remake of the classic American dance film that is being released nationwide this weekend. Flueger was recently seen on the big screen in Jim Sheridan’s “Brothers,” where he played a supporting role opposite Toby Maguire.

Playing female lead is actress McGowan, who is known for her roles in such films as “Grindhouse,” “Scream,” “Jawbreaker,” “The Black Dahlia” and “The Doom Generation,” in addition to her role on the popular series “Charmed.”

Rounding out the standout cast is renowned director Bogdanovich. Celebrated for his work as a director for classics including “Paper Moon,” “The Last Picture Show,” and “What’s Up Doc?.” Bogdanovich started out training as an actor under the tutelage of the legendary Stella Adler before making a name for himself as one of Hollywood’s great filmmakers.

Inspired by Poe’s imaginative short story, this independent film brings mystery, romance, and suspense to the literary classic. Producer Daniel Zirilli, who has produced and/or directed more than 250 music videos (for artists from The Rolling Stones to Three 6 Mafia) and 20 feature length films, will be joined by Director John La Tier to bring this story to life.

“It was always our intention to stay true to Poe,” says La Tier. “We want this film to be something he would be proud of, and I believe this captivating script, combined with this cast and art direction, is going to be just that.”

Patrick John Flueger is represented by UTA & Nancy Kremer Management, Rose McGowan by The Gersh Agency & MPE, Peter Bogdanovich by Abrams Artists Agency & MPE, and Daniel Zirilli is managed by Zero Gravity.

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Nov 292011

BreakThru Radio Introduces the Fall Season of Dubway Days With Special Guest Star Jonathan Spottiswoode











Dubway Days


New York, NY (PRWEB) October 03, 2011

BreakThru Radio Introduces the Fall Season of Dubway Days with Special Guest Star Jonathan Spottiswoode

Watch the episode premiere right here: BTR/Dubway Days

BreakThru Radio is pleased to announce the Fall Season of its new web-TV show, Dubway Days episode that documents the creative process of the best musicians and songwriters working today. The show is about the magic that happens when two artists are thrown together in a recording studio to write and record a song in a single day.

Producer Mike Crehore is hunched over his vintage mixing board in the control room of Dubway Studios. His eyes still on the video monitors, Mike says, “The question is not just whether can we write and record a great song…”

Singer-songwriter Ben Arthur, who is working nearby on a laptop, finishes his thought, “But can we do it in one day?”

That question will be put to the dramatic test as Dubway Days launches its fourth episode on Monday, October 3rd, 2011, featuring celebrated musician Jonathan Spottiswoode on BTR

The tagline for Dubway Days, “Two Artists…One Day…One Song,” sums up the mechanics of the show, but its drama hinges on the immensity of that task. Ben Arthur and a guest begin a day of taping in the morning with absolutely no preconceived ideas for a song. Viewers get a front row seat to witness the false starts and eventual magic that evolves from the creative. Once the song is written, producers Mike Crehore and Al Houghton take the lead to engineer and orchestrate a polished recording of the song using the amazing tools of Dubway Studios.

“The whole process is wild and scary, with the potential for huge payoffs or embarrassing letdowns,” says Arthur. “Just the opportunity to work with Spottiswoode was a kick. Simply put, he’s one of the most fascinating and inventive musicians out there.”

Usually performing with his band under the moniker Spottiswoode and His Enemies, he has toured all over North America, performing residencies at New York’s best clubs and even playing Lincoln Center. A favorite of critics and fans alike, Spottiswoode has been featured on NPR’s Weekend Edition and his albums often make year’s end top ten lists, including CMJ’s and Performing Songwriter. Three of Spottiswoode’s songs were included in Matthew Chapman’s THE LEDGE, starring Liv Tyler and Terrence Howard, and Spottiswoode himself wrote and directed the short film THE GENTLEMAN, which played frequently on the Independent Film Channel.

“We jumped at the chance to have Spottiswoode into Dubway,” says producer Al Houghton, who co-owns the studio with Mike Crehore. Dubway Studios is often described as one of the few remaining great studios of New York City. Tucked away on the 22nd floor of an office building on Wall Street, Dubway possesses an all-inclusive wish list of legendary musical instruments and recording equipment, both vintage and new.

“We provide a great sounding room and the best recording equipment money can buy,” says producer Al Houghton, “but what the musicians do with those tools…well, that’s always the thrill!”

Check out the premiere of episode 4 with Spottiswoode or the BreakThru Radio site!

Also, don’t miss the first three episodes of Dubway Days featuring John Wesley Harding, Vienna Teng, and Americana darlings Ollabelle.

ABOUT BREAKTHRU RADIO

BreakThru Radio is “Radio Rediscovered” in a world where FM is out of frequency. In today’s overly saturated music market, it is often difficult for listeners to find what they are looking for. BreakThru Radio has the solution. Listeners are given access to independent music from an expansive and diverse pool of genres, in addition to an innovative comedy & culture platform. Offering the best in music from around the world, BreakThru Radio brings its listeners tracks recorded exclusively for the BTR audience from our live studio. BTR offers on-demand access to its shows and on-the-go iPod capability. More information can be found at http://www.breakthruradio.com

ABOUT DUBWAY STUDIOS

Dubway Studios works with VH1, MTV, Nickelodeon, HBO, and practically every label out there, having recorded Ryan Adams, Patti Smith, Janet Jackson, Vampire Weekend, Bjork, John Legend, and many others. More information can be found at http://www.dubway.com

ABOUT BEN ARTHUR

Rolling Stone says, “Ben Arthur has the looks and hooks of John Mayer.” Ben has released five albums and a novel, and has performed alongside Dave Matthews, Bruce Hornsby, Tori Amos, and many others. More information can be found at http://www.benarthur.com

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Photo attachment: On the set of Dubway Days are Al Houghton and Spottiswoode.

FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:

Avi Ben-Zvi, BreakThru Radio, Phone: (914) 260-4012

email: abraham.benzvi(at)gmail(dot)com

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Mar 292011

Alexandra Rose Rieger, teen Musician, Actress (“Akeelah and the Bee”) and Youth Ambassador for ‘In A Perfect World’ Foundation created and hosted a star studded event at The Los Angeles Ronald McDonald House (RMH) for children and families. This two-evening event was called ‘A Star In You,’ which provided a “fun and safe platform for children to star in their own variety show,” explains Rieger.  An article about this event is expected in November”s issue of Teen Vogue.

 

Alexandra Rose Rieger     “A Star In You” Poster

 On the first night, after the children and their families enjoyed ice cream, they were able to stand in the spot light as they explored and shared their inner stars. The footage was captured by Josh Sands, CEO of Hollywood Film and Acting Academy and highlights were edited in a short film. The second night, the children and their families walked the red carpet with other teen celebrities as they were celebrated as “stars” in their very own film.

Manuela Testolini, founder of ‘In A Perfect World’ (IAPW) pictured with girls who are at The Los Angeles Ronald McDonald House. IAPW sponsored “A Star In You” event. 

 

‘A Star in You” was sponsored by ‘In a Perfect World’ Foundation, which was founded by social entrepreneur Manuela Testolini where newly appointed Executive Director is Dr. Towanna Freeman. The event was supported by Hollywood Film and Acting Academy, Looking Ahead Program (division of SAG), and Ben and Jerry’s in conjunction with The Ronald McDonald House.

 

“A Star In You” event opened with Ice Cream provided by Ben & Jerry’s in Long Beach.

 Alexandra Rose Rieger at “Arts and Crafts” station of “A Star In You” event

 

 Alexandra Rose Rieger, teen philanthropist, has been involved with fund raising and supporting The Ronald McDonald House for several years. They play a key role for families nationwide by providing a home away from home for children and their families while critically ill children undergo treatment at local hospitals. Rieger is currently working on several projects including an upcoming ep which will be released in December 2008. In contemplating possible events as a Youth Ambassador, she drew inspiration from her upcoming singles. “Harmony,” which explores the passion of peace and the power in unity. Her song “Fairy Tale,” shaped the fairytalesque decorations with plenty of red, gold and royal blue colors; as well as stars, balloon bouquets and featuring real red carpet on premiere night. Mama and Paparazzi were also on hand to capture the keepsake memories of their brave cherished ones, most donning smiles. A precious commodity that often is lost amidst steely resolve during difficult times of treatment and recovery.

 

Teen celebrities participating in “A Star In You” 2nd Row Left to right: Musician/Actress and Youth Ambassador, Alexandra Rose Rieger (Akeelah and the Bee), Jillian Clare (General Hospital) Matthew Underwood (Zoey 101), Christopher Recupito Rossi (Miss Behave), Maiara Walsh (Cory In the House) From left to right front: Sammi Hanratty (Pushing Daisies), Joey Luthman (WEEDS).

 Many thanks to RMH staff who were accommodating and supportive. As a token of appreciation, ‘In A Perfect World’ provided their libraries with the premiere movie, showcasing how people coming together using funds in a strategic way can improve the quality of life of the RMH guests. A shorter form of this video can be seen online on you tube. When you support ‘In A Perfect World, you are helping empower youths to become socially conscious and responsible leaders; please visit www.iapw.org to begin today.

 Congratulations to all the fellow teen celebrities who joined Alexandra for this momentous occasion: Jillian Clare (Days of Our Lives), Matthew Underwood (Zoey 101), Joey Luthman (WEEDS; An American Carol), Christopher Recupito Rossi (Miss Behave; Zoey 101); Maiara Walsh (Corey In The House), and Sammi Hanratty (Pushing Daisies, Suite Life). To view video of IAPW promo from the event click here.

 Group shot of Children and Families of LA Ronald McDonald House, IAPW Team and Teen Celebrities at “A Star In You” event.

 

Alexandra Rose Rieger’s music can be purchased on iTunes and Yahoo music. Rieger is a published author, please visit her website www.AlexandraRieger.com where her book “Harmony” can be purchased. As an attendee of Oprah’s Legend Ball Premiere, Rieger is cognizant of the fact that she stands on the shoulders of those who come before her. View scenes from her multi city tour of Africa and Europe scored to her hit single “Harmony” please follow this link. Proceeds from these purchases go to support ‘In A Perfect World’ and other charities that benefit children. Those of you who have a heart to make a difference, this is a wonderful way to join hands and make things happen now.

 

Group shot of participants of “A Star In You” Premiere/Red Carpet Night.  Guest included teen leaders from Looking Ahead as well as IAPW Team, Teen Celebrities celebrating the children and families at the Los Angeles’ Ronald McDonald House.

Have you any wool?
When a flock of sheep cry “wolf” in China, the bucks come rolling in. Wang Wei looks at the new stars of Chinese animation that are edging out old childhood icons like Mickey Mouse and Hello Kitty.

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Smallville star Allison Mack recently took a short break to cater to her other artistic skills such as film making. The young actress who plays Chloe Sullivan on Smallville took some time off to star in a short film entitled Alice and Huck, which was written by R.W. Gray and directed by Kaleena Kiff, two of Mack’s best friends. The film is a labor of love, as she hopes to raise money to complete post-production work in time to sent it to various film festivals around the country. Fans probably couldn’t wait to see Mack in the upcoming short, so a teaser clip has been released online.

AllisonMack.com describes the movie as “a short film that explores desire and missed connections in a universe where it’s possible to try and try again.”

Moreover, Mack recently talked about the joy of making the film in a post on her official website. She wrote, “It felt so good to be a part of a project from its inception, to be a part of creating something from start to finish and really feel like I was a part of the whole process. I can’t tell you all how incredibly fulfilling this was. I so encourage all of you to be a part of something like this at some point in your life. Find the thing that you love doing, the thing that you feel the most inspired and excited by… And do it!”

“It was the most amazing experience I have had in a very long time! To be a part of a team of people doing what they love only because they love it was so inspiring and exciting!” Mack said.

As a fund-raiser, Mack is selling Alice & Huck promotional items such as t-shirts which cost , and a sponsorship package worth 0. Currently, they have raised 29.03, just another 00 short of her 00 goal. For more details about the film and to get an insight on Mack’s current projects, log on to AllisonMack.com.

For more resources about Smallville or for the full story of Smallville Star Allison Mack Stars in Short Film please review http://www.buddytv.com

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