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Friday, September 30, 2011

Ernest Hemingway's granddaughter transitions as the face of 'GUCCI' to feature films... The Truth About Angels

Pablo (Antonio Del Prete – M:13) is feeling trapped in his turbulent relationship with his wife (Monique Gabriela Curnen – The Dark Knight, Unusuals) when his oldest friend Kane (Simon Rex – Scary Movie 3, Rapper Dirt Nasty) turns up with an offer he can’t refuse. Together with Kane’s sidekick Ben G(Michael Azria – of the BCBG MAXAZRIA designer collection) Pablo is introduced into the exotic world of the ultra exclusive where the parties are legendary, the money extraordinary and the decadence knows no bounds. Intrigued by the mysterious Kristi (Dree Hemingway - Gucci model, great granddaughter of Ernest), Pablo faces temptation and becomes embroiled in the dark underbelly of the shiny world he once coveted…

Oct 11, 2011

Best Feature – Milan International Film Festival
Film Selection – New Directors
Nominee – Prism Awards
Film Selection – Portobello Film Festival
Film Selection – Ischia Film and Music Festival


Candice Accola (WB’s Vampire Diaries, Drop Dead Diva, Dead Girl, Juno)       

Michael Azria (Looney Tunes, L.I.E. Queen of the Damned, Boys Life)
Ashley Bell (The Last Exorcism, The United States of Tara, State of Play)
Monique Gabriel Curnan (Fox’s Lie to Me, Fast & Furious, Dark Night, Che)
Dree Hemingway (The Face of Gucci, Sex & A Girl, Gigantic, Greek)
Bobby Hosea (Fox’s Bones, Independence Day, 61, Lincoln Heights)
Antonio Del Prete (Mission Impossible II, Summerland/TV series, Frasier/TV series)
Simon Rex (Jack & Jill, Scary Movie 3&4, MTV VJ, Rise: Blood Hunter)  


Saturday, September 24, 2011

'Desperate Housewives' star jumps to big screen in Murder Mystery

Meili (Vivian Wu – The Pillow Book, Joy Luck Club, Heaven & Earth) is a young, contemporary mother who balances family life with her work as an interpreter. Her world changes dramatically when her husband is suddenly shot dead on his way to sign a joint-venture contract with an American company headed by corporate troubleshooter, Michael (Richard Burgi – Desperate Housewives, 24, The Sentinel). Now this simple woman enters a web of deceit, love & guilt in modern day Shanghai, changing her into an Angel of Vengeance in this time bending murder mystery.

 (The Pillow Book, Joy Luck Club, Ghost Whisperer/CBS TV series, Heaven & Earth)
(Desperate Housewives, Friday the 13th, 24/FOX TV series, In Her Shoes, Starship Troopers)

Courtesy of:



Official Selection – Montreal Film Festival
Official Selection – Shanghai Film Festival
Official Selection – Newport Film Festival
Official Selection – Santa Barbara Film Festival
Official Selection – Hollywood Chinese American Film Festival

September 27, 2011

Directed by: Oscar L. Costo

GBX Sponsors hMAG Music Fest

Sunday, October 16th from 12PM – 10PM 
 Pier A Park in Hoboken, New Jersey
This all day free music event is featuring six local bands and two headliners with a mix of Indie, Rock, Punk, R&B and Pop along with local vendors and giveaways throughout the day. 


Thursday, September 1, 2011

Award-winning THE HEDGEHOG coming to Phoenix Sept. 23


“[The Hedgehog] is one of the finest films sampled this year.”
James Verniere of The Boston Herald

“Splendid! ... an exquisite, intimate film of restraint and delicacy”
 Kevin Thomas of the Los Angeles Times

“Poignantly celebrates the autonomous inner life”
Stephen Holden, The New York Times

WHAT:  THE HEDGEHOG, a touching glimpse of class division seen through the eyes of a soon-to-be 12-year-old, opens in New York and Los Angeles on August 19th, 2011 and in other selected cities nationwide beginning August 26th, 2011. This French film is released by NeoClassics Films, Ltd.

WHEN:   OPENING Friday, Sept. 23, 2011. See local listings for show times.

WHERE:   Harkin’s Camelview
7001 East Highland Ave., Scottsdale AZ

MORE:  THE HEDGEHOG, Winner, 2010 Seattle International Film Festival and 2010 COLCOA film festival. Winner Filmfest DC 2011. “Best of Fest” 2011 Palm Springs International Film Festival.
French with English subtitles.  Running Time 98 minutes
Directed by first-time feature director Mona Achache.

Inspired by the New York Times best-seller The Elegance of the Hedgehog by Muriel Barbery, THE HEDGEHOG is the timely story of Paloma, a young girl bent on “ending it all” before she becomes an adult. Chronicling the hypocrisy she sees in her parents and others with her father’s High-8 camera, Paloma (Garance Le Guillermic) begins to learn about life from the grumpy building “concierge”, Renée Michel (FRENCH TWIST’s Josiane Balasko). When Paloma’s camera reveals an extensive secret library in Renée’s back room, and that the usually gruff matron reads Tolstoy to her cat, Paloma begins to understand that there are allies to be found beneath the prickliest of exteriors. As the unlikely friendship deepens, Paloma’s own coming of age becomes a much less pessimistic prospect.

 Praise for The Elegance of the Hedgehog by Muriel Barbery

“One of the most life-affirming and, well, elegant books I’ve read in a long time.”
-- Chicago Sun-Times

“By turns very funny and heartbreaking”
-- Publisher’s Weekly

“This fable of love, friendship and the beauty of Art not only gives innocence a voice, but also shows what a powerful novel can do: transport, educate and ultimately console.”
-- The Toronto Star

“It’s not beauty that provides a reason for living, but the constant search of it”
-- Time Out New York

“A new book that plumbs the astonishing ways private lives and guarded secrets can come tumbling – for better or for worse – into the open”
-- Vogue