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Join 'The Rainbow Experiment' for its Arizona premiere on Saturday, September 15, 2018 at The Screening Room in Tucson, Arizona as a part of the Arizona Underground Film Festival!

Join 'The Rainbow Experiment' for its Arizona premiere on Saturday, September 15, 2018 at The Screening Room in Tucson, Arizona as a part of the Arizona Underground Film Festival! For tickets click here.

Producer Allison Vanore last screened at the AZUFF with feature 'Love in the Time of Monsters' in 2013. Allison attended the University of Arizona so bringing films back to the city is always a pleasure. Fun Fact: As a part of her course work Allison also worked as a projectionist at The Screening Room during the Arizona International Film Festival.

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Today is a big day for us at Love in the Time of Monsters. We have three bigfoot-sized announcements coming your way! Jump on over to Bloody-Disgusting for the Exclusive Announcements about the film.  And here... because you begged I'll give you the first one!

a Love in the Time of Monsters themed Music Video: Magnum Love by Thünderdikk  

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et nuts and bolts advice from actors and directors who are successfully producing ultra-low budget films and web series. Pick up tips on getting your feature distributed or your webisode sponsored.
Shooting on a Shoestring, Distributing on a Dime
 
Get nuts and bolts advice from actors and directors who are successfully producing ultra-low budget films and web series.  Pick up tips on getting your feature distributed or your webisode sponsored. Panelists include: Joe Gold and Tammy Caplan, Desperate Acts of Magic; J.C. Calciano and Matt Solari, Is It Just Me?; John Alan Simon and Elizabeth Karr,Radio Free Albemuth; and Allison Vanore and Andy Gunn, Love in the Time of Monsters.
 
When: 7-9 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 15, 2013
 Where: SAG-AFTRA
James Cagney Boardroom – Lobby Level
5757 Wilshire Blvd. 
Los Angeles, CA 90036

Tomorrow I'll be attending the 3rd Annual Streamy Awards at the Palladium in Hollywood with one of the series I produced, Anyone But Me!  Anyone But Me is nominated for 3 Streamys this year:

  • Best Drama Series
  • Best Writing: Drama - Susan Miller & Tina Cesa Ward
  • Best Female Performance: Drama - Rachael Hip-Flores

Watch live tomorrow, February 18th, at 3pm to catch the winners and live performances!  I'll also be cheering on many colleagues including Bernie Su and his show, The Lizzie Bennet Diaries, and the creators of PrisonPals, Tim Stone and Jackson Juliani, who flew in from Australia this week (Prison Pals score by Rob Gokee). Don't miss it!

 

Make sure you're subscribed at Cost of Capital TV and our YouTube Channel so that you receive notification of new episodes. Monday we're releasing Episodes 1 and 2!

Black Tie Premiere Party - Thursday, September 13th

Lots of very exciting news this week regarding Cost of Capital, the new webseries I produced with Goldie Chan.  We're having our very fancy Premiere Party at Dim Mak Studios Thursday, September 13th.  RSVPs are almost closed (we're almost sold out!) so get your ticket soon!  Meet Cost of Capital and Mergers & Inquisitions founder Brian DeChesare and join the cast and crew on the red carpet as well as photographer, Michael Jackson, and Red Carpet Host, Cyndee San Luis!  While everyone is enjoying drinks from the bar, we'll be announcing giveaways to some lucky guests.  Around 8pm we'll be screening Episodes 1 and 2 in the Dim Mak Studio Screening Room.  

Official Online Release - Monday, September 17th

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Make sure you're subscribed at Cost of Capital TV and our YouTube Channel so that you receive notification of new episodes. Monday we're releasing Episodes 1 and 2!

Cost of Capital Release Schedule

Monday, Sept. 17 - Ep 1 & 2
Monday, Sept. 24 - Ep 3
Monday, Oct. 1 - From the Red Carpet
Monday, Oct. 8 - Ep 4
Monday, Oct. 15 - Ep 5
Monday, Oct. 22 - Ep 6

A Boy's Life will be part of the Opening Night Line-Up of shorts for Festival Cine Diva in Panama - September 8th! We are excited to go international!

Festival Cine DivaA Boy's Life will be part of the Opening Night Line-Up of shorts for Festival Cine Diva in Panama - September 8th! We are excited to go international! Not only will the film be screening but it will be screening with Spanish subtitles thanks to our translation and transcription team.  

If you happen to be in Panama for the fest, take a picture of yourself there and post it on the A Boy's Life Facebook Page!

Mergers & Inquisitions, the world’s leading website on investment banking, with nearly 100,000 email subscribers and 500,000 monthly visitors, has partnered with Goldie Chan (OTAKU: THE SERIES) and Allison Vanore (LOVE IN THE TIME OF MONSTERS, ANYONE BUT ME) to launch COST OF CAPITAL beginning in September on YouTube with the tantalizing trailer launching today.

an Original Series On Behind-the-Scenes Intrigue in the World of Private Equity and Investment Banking – and What Billionaire Investors Do for Fun

LOS ANGELES, August 20, 2012

Mergers & Inquisitions, the world’s leading website on investment banking, with nearly 100,000 email subscribers and 500,000 monthly visitors, has partnered with Goldie Chan (OTAKU: THE SERIES) and Allison Vanore (LOVE IN THE TIME OF MONSTERS, ANYONE BUT ME) to launch COST OF CAPITAL beginning in September on YouTube with the tantalizing trailer launching today. 

It’s “Wall Street meets The Social Network,” and represents a rare, behind-the-scenes look into the shadowy world of billionaire investors – where egos and intrigue collide and a single deal worth hundreds of millions of dollars must get done at any cost.

The six-episode dramatic arc is penned by Brian DeChesare, Founder and Executive Editor of Mergers & Inquisitions, who described the project as “a dramatic version of all the stories I’ve seen in real life in the world of finance.”

It will be directed by Jorge Urbina, experienced DP and Director on WHOLE DAY DOWN and co-DP on THE STOOGES Webseries created by Natan Moss and Lee Sacks. He recently wrapped working on the LOVE IN THE TIME OF MONSTERS horror feature film with fellow COST OF CAPITAL Producer Allison Vanore.

Mergers & Inquisitions is followed by hundreds of thousands of aspiring and current financiers and investors who have been eagerly awaiting the release of the show. This marks the first dramatic series that Mr. DeChesare has written but he’s certainly no stranger to serialized television. “I’m a huge fan of almost every popular serialized TV show of the past decade, and getting to write this was a dream come true,” he stated.

Executive Producer and Showrunner Goldie Chan is equally excited to be working on a project with Mr. DeChesare, mentioning “We’ve been throwing around this idea of a dramatic series that focused on the humanity of investment bankers after the Occupy Wall Street movement and it’s been interesting to see the initial response. People have very strong opinions about the world of finance.”

“I'm thrilled to be a part of COST OF CAPITAL, a dramatic series that has an intriguing story to tell and a waiting audience!  It's not often you get to produce a webseries for an audience who can't wait to watch.” says Producer Allison Vanore, who has worked on several award-winning webseries over the years, like SOLO: THE SERIES and ANYONE BUT ME.

COST OF CAPITAL is a marked departure from the normal comedy fare on YouTube, but those living in the world of finance hope that it stays around for a while… if only to compare their bonus numbers to what the protagonist of the series earns. 

ABOUT MERGERS & INQUISITIONS

Mergers & Inquisitions is the Internet’s leading website for education and entertainment about the finance industry. The site has a built-in audience of nearly 500,000 visitors per month, and 100,000 email subscribers.

The site features everything from detailed and entertaining “Day in the Life” accounts of life in the finance world to in-depth interviews with industry insiders to video tutorials and interview guides. Visit the site at http://www.mergersandinquisitions.com.

ABOUT BRIAN DECHESARE

Brian DeChesare had extensive experience in technology, non-profits, and investment banking prior to founding Mergers & Inquisitions in 2007, where he currently runs marketing strategies and content development.

He has been a featured speaker on business, finance, and recruiting at some of the top educational institutions worldwide, including Harvard University, Peking University, Stanford University, and many others.

ABOUT GOLDIE CHAN

Goldie Chan is a producer and award-winning New Media Strategist. She has successfully navigated both the web and film space, creating cross-platform marketing strategies and content that lives in both the online and off-line space for a wide range of brands like Adult Swim, PayPal, WITI and more.

Her first original webseries, OTAKU: THE SERIES, launched the first day to over 3000 views. She is currently working on several branded content projects and splits her time between Los Angeles and San Francisco. She can be found on Twitter @goldiechan or on LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/goldie.

ABOUT ALLISON VANORE

Allison is an award-winning indie film and television producer. Her credits include webseries, SOLO THE SERIES, ANYONE BUT ME, and upcoming dramas COST OF CAPITAL, military action series AMERICAN TERROR and sci-fi series GUARDS OF DAGMAR. Allison is originally from NJ, attended the University of Arizona and now lives in Los Angeles, CA with her husband, music composer, Rob Gokee. Allison also produced feature romantic comedy HOPELESSLY IN JUNE featuring Ed Asner among others (releasing this month) and upcoming feature horror comedy LOVE IN THE TIME OF MONSTERS starring horror legend, Kane Hodder (currently in post). She can be found at http://allie-cine.com/ or on Twitter at @alliecine.

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Last month I flew to New York to produce the finale episode of Anyone But Me (running over 20 minutes in length) with the core cast and a lot of the same crew who has been with the show from the beginning, four years ago.

Over the last year I've had the pleasure of working with Susan Miller and Tina Cesa Ward twice on their award-winning webseries, Anyone But Me.  Last month I flew to New York to produce the finale episode of the show (running over 20 minutes in length) with the core cast and a lot of the same crew who has been with the show from the beginning, four years ago.  

The finale production was both exciting and sentimental.  With half of the cast and myself arriving from Los Angeles it felt like a reunion.  At the same time it was bittersweet.  We all knew that after those three amazing days of shooting the last bit of the show would be in the can.  Luckily, we were able to make the final scene of the finale the final scene we shot.  I'm not going to lie, there were tears.  But there wasn't a better place to shed those tears than sunset at Battery Park, the place where the show began, down the street from the World Trade Center (now the Freedom Tower) and with a fantastic view of the Statue of Liberty.  

So take a moment to check out the series (if you haven't already) and then enjoy the final installment of the show that has changed lives around the world.  Thank you, Tina and Susan, for allowing me to be a part of this show. 

 

Just when our Los Angeles festival run is blowing up, Hopelessly in June receives an invitation to the Garden State Film Festival in Asbury Park, NJ.  In addition, our short film, A Boy's Life is set to screen!   I'm inviting all of our NJ friends and family to join us for the screenings and festivities.  The festival runs March 22 - March 25, 2012.

Last year I attended the festival with short film, Purgatory, Inc., and I really enjoyed the festival, community support and the films I watched.  I look forward to another great festival! 

A Boy's Life

March 24 at 9pm

Through his father's military absence, a withdrawn and imaginative boy (Private Practice’s Griffin Gluck) attempts to prove to his coping mother (Christie Lynn Smith) that the monster beneath his bed is real.

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Hopelessly In June

March 25 at 2:45pm

Dating in Los Angeles has been cruel to Daleon Myers, a financial analyst from a staunch Baptist family. But hope emerges when he falls in love with June Flowers, a successful businesswoman whose family is an extremely liberal Hollywood couple. It will take a lot to help them overcome their cultural differences and find the love they both have so long desired. Starring Carolyn Neff (Spiderman 3), Vincent Brantley, Ed Asner (Up), Peter Jason (Deadwood), Stuart Pankin (Dinosaurs), Ella Joyce (Stranger Inside), Tommy "Tiny" Lister Jr. (The Dark Knight), and Keith David (There's Something About Mary).

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Hopelessly In June screens Thursday, January 26, 2012 at 8pm immediately following the Opening Reception at the Reading Gaslamp 15 located at 701 5th Ave. San Diego, CA 92101.

In the past six months Hopelessly In June has screened at three Los Angeles area film festivals (Dances With Films, Temecula Valley International, and Hollywood Film Festival) to packed audiences. As we enter the New Year, we’ll be screening at another two! Very few films have the honor of screening in their hometown area multiple times. We are extremely proud and grateful that our film is screening again and this time, as an opening night film and Big 8 selection at the San Diego Black Film Festival! More info from the SDBFF site:

The San Diego Black Film Foundation is dedicated to the preservation and promotion of African American and African Diaspora cinema as well as the education of media arts. Held each year in late January, the San Diego Black Film Festival is one of the largest black film festivals in the country. More info here.

What is the BIG 8 FILMS? It is our pick of what we believe will be the 8 biggest films of the festival in terms of strength, and subject matter. Essentially, if a film makes this list, you can rest assured of its powerful subject matter, film quality and blockbuster feel. More info here.

Hopelessly In June screens Thursday, January 26, 2012 at 8pm immediately following the Opening Reception at the Reading Gaslamp 15 located at 701 5th Ave. San Diego, CA 92101.  

For tickets click here and scroll down to find Hopelessly In June ticket Buy Now button or visit the box office at the Reading Gaslamp 15.