See Sony Pictures Little Women Movie This Weekend

Sony Pictures Little Women

Preview Little Women Trailer

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, January 4, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — In theaters now is Sony Pictures Little Women. Writer-director Greta Gerwig (Lady Bird) has crafted a Little Women that draws on both the classic novel and the writings of Louisa May Alcott, and unfolds as the author's alter ego, Jo March, reflects back and forth on her fictional life. In Gerwig's take, the beloved story of the March sisters – four young women each determined to live life on her own terms — is both timeless and timely. Portraying Jo, Meg, Amy, and Beth March, the film stars Saoirse Ronan, Emma Watson, Florence Pugh, Eliza Scanlen, with Timothée Chalamet as their neighbor Laurie, Laura Dern as Marmee, and Meryl Streep as Aunt March.

DIRECTED BY
Greta Gerwig

SCREENPLAY BY
Greta Gerwig

BASED ON THE NOVEL BY
Louisa May Alcott

PRODUCED BY
Amy Pascal,
Denise Di Novi,
Robin Swicord

EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS
Adam Merims,
Evelyn O’Neill,
Rachel O’Connor,
Arnon Milchan

CAST
Saoirse Ronan,
Emma Watson,
Florence Pugh,
Eliza Scanlen,
Laura Dern,
Timothée Chalamet,
Tracy Letts

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The Platform Cliperie.com Attracts More Than 150'000 Visitors in 2019

Cliperie.com

Cliperie.com

Aicue.com

Aicue.com

MARTIGNY, SWITZERLAND, January 3, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Launched in 2018, the platform Cliperie.com by Aicue LLC attracted more than 152 thousands visitors in 2019. The number of visitors per quarter keeps growing and surpassed 46 thousands visitors in the fourth quarter 2019.

Since its launch, the platform has linked over a hundred compelling clips from audience videos directly on the web. The platform basic functionality is free of charge. The users can watch lively compositions of audience videos with no restrictions.

The native support of the latest web standards allows seamless access to the platform from the most popular HTML5-enabled browsers on mobile phones, tablets and personal computers. The simplicity of usage is achieved via automation of underlying technologies.

The platform keeps evolving every month by introducing new functionalities within free and paid packages, providing more reach user experience and improving further compatibility with wider range of devices.

Aicue LLC, headquartered in Switzerland, is a technology company that brings innovative ICT solutions to the market. Built upon many years of research and development, Aicue targets to change the way audience videos are consumed on the web.

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$7,000 Reward Announced for S.F. Mime Troupe Appeal 2 Fillmore Auditorium 12/10/65 Concert Poster

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A $7,000 reward is offered for this S.F.Mime Troupe Appeal 2 12/10/65 concert poster

A $5,000 Reward is Offered For This Jimi Hendrix “Flying Eyeball” BG 105 Fillmore Auditorium 2/1/68 Concert Poster

Nationwide search for vintage Fillmore Auditorium concert posters offers record prices.

We’re hoping our record breaking $7,000 reward for this popular San Francisco Mime Troupe Appeal 2 poster pulls one or two out of the woodwork. Any condition and any quantity will be accepted.”

— Glen Trosch, President of Psychedelic Art Exchange

BALTIMORE, MARYLAND, UNITED STATES, January 2, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — A $7,000 reward has just been announced by Psychedelic Art Exchange for anyone that has an authentic San Francisco Mime Troupe Appeal 2 12/10/65 concert poster. The poster was created to advertise a benefit concert on December 10, 1965, at the Fillmore Auditorium in San Francisco, CA.

“The market for vintage concert posters is starting to heat up, so we decided to launch a nationwide search for vintage Bill Graham Fillmore Auditorium concert posters,” explains Glen Trosch, President of Psychedelic Art Exchange. “We’re hoping our record breaking $7,000 reward for this popular San Francisco Mime Troupe Appeal 2 poster pulls one or two out of the woodwork. Any condition and any quantity will be accepted.”

If you have a San Francisco Mime Troupe Appeal 2 concert poster, or any other vintage Bill Graham Fillmore Auditorium concert poster you wish to sell, you can claim the record prices being offered in this nationwide search.

For example, Psychedelic Art Exchange is offering a $5,000 reward for any Jimi Hendrix “Flying Eyeball” BG 105 Fillmore Auditorium 2/1/68 concert poster. To get top dollar for your vintage Hendrix and Bill Graham concert posters, call Scott Tilson at 760-898-9837 or email Scott@ConcertPosterGallery.com.

Psychedelic Art Exchange is the leading auction house-website to buy, sell, and learn about vintage concert posters. PAE maintains offices in Maryland, California, and Utah. A free Collectors Guide to Vintage Concert Posters, and searchable archive of past auction records with prices realized, descriptions, and enlargeable photos is available at ConcertPosterGallery.com.

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Winners of the 10th Annual NYC Indie Awards!

Best Actor to Jeff Daniels staring in the film Guest Artist

Best Cinematography to Jorge A. Jimenez staring in No One Will Ever Know/Nadie sabrá nunca

Best Narrative Feature for Sol de Carvalho for “Mabata Bata”

Best Director to Timothy Busfield for “GUEST ARTIST”

Best Short Documentary to Damian Kudelka for “By Any Means Necessary”

Winners of the 10th Annual NYC Indie Awards! Plus the 11th NYC Independent Film Festival Announces Official 2020 Dates and Calls for Submissions

Independent in Spirit – International at heart”

— Dennis Cieri

NEW YORK CITY, NY, UNITED SATES OF AMERICA, January 2, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — 11th NYC Independent Film Festival Announces

Official 2020 Dates and Calls for Submissions

Submissions for all categories are currently open here. See last year’s award winners below. Be a part of this year’s celebration by purchasing your ticket/guest passes online today!

The NYC Independent Film Festival (NYCIFF) is proud to announce that it will run for its 11th consecutive year on May 10 – May 17, 2020. Since its inception in 2010, the

NYC Independent Film Festival has provided a showcase for indie filmmakers from New York City and around the world through educational panels, VR, presentations by industry professionals, live performances, and of course, film.

The NYCIFF focuses on low budget and emerging yet overlooked filmmakers and gives them the opportunity for potential distribution and funding, as well as awarding the top films across numerous categories, all while giving them the opportunity to mingle and network with press, supporters, and fans. The festival is held at the Producers Club Theatre along Times Square’s notorious theatre district. Festival goers can buy a ticket online or at the door, depending on availability. There will also be a chance to purchase guest passes to the closing ceremony!

“What we’re seeing here, in all of the filmmakers that are here tonight, is the end result of something that we made. There’s a lot of talkers, there’s a lot of thinkers, there’s a lot of dreamers in our business. There’s a lot of inspiration. That’s important. But perspiration is better than inspiration in our business for the professional. We run out of inspiration. We pride ourselves on the effort of thinking about the job, doing the job, getting edited, getting it out, and then moving on. That’s a huge move,” said Timothy Busfield at the 2019 NYCIFF Awards Ceremony. He then goes on to say: “take the award, take the honor from this festival, and go perspire tomorrow”.
Submissions for this year’s festival are open via the festival’s website or FilmFreeway. The categories for this year are as follows: Documentary Feature, Mid Length Film, Short Film, Short Documentary, Super Short Film, Music Video, Narrative Feature Film, Animation, Spoken Word and Art Film (Experimental). Winners are to be selected by a jury who will rate the films, which will then be tallied and calculated.

Here are last year’s winners along with a brief summary of their film. You can check out their trailers on the NYIFF website by clicking on the link in the description.

Also discount Full Festival Passes are available here until April 1, 2020!

Best Director
Timothy Busfield for “GUEST ARTIST” https://www.nycindieff.com/film/guest-artist

The story of a young man coming face to face with his hero (Jeff Daniels) and exploring the tangled relationship between the dreams of youth and the wisdom of age. Joseph Harris (Jeff Daniels), a legendary but troubled playwright arrives at a small Michigan town at Christmastime to mount his latest play. Greeting the cynical New Yorker is a young aspiring writer who challenges his literary hero to be the icon he’d hoped for. Harris wants no part of Michigan, being the young man’s hero, or the theatre he’s come to work with. No sooner than he arrives Harris makes plans to return to NY on the next train out. Desperate and scrambling to keep him in town, the young man must face his hero and explore the tangled relationship between the dreams of youth and the wisdom of age.

Best Cinematography
Alejandro Cantú for “Nadie Sabrá Nunca” (NOW SCREENING ON NETFLIX) https://www.nycindieff.com/film/nadie-sabra-nunca-no-one-will-ever-know

Trapped in a rural Mexico of the 1970’s, Lucia and her eight year old son, Braulio, find solace listening to radio plays and watching movies. She dreams of a better life in the capital, something which her husband, Rigoberto is staunchly opposed to. One night, when the father is away, mother and son allow a stranger into their home. This man, who resembles the heroes in their beloved stories, manages to transform their constrained world into a magical one, as the line between reality and fantasy becomes blurred. But when the stranger leaves and Rigoberto returns, their mundane life continue as before. Yet, Lucia is no longer willing to hold off on her dream to take her family away from this little town.

Best Narrative Feature
Sol de Carvalho for “Mabata Bata” https://www.nycindieff.com/film/mabata-bata

Azarias is a young orphan shepherd, keeper of a herd of oxen, where the ox Mabata Bata stands out. The oxen will be the basis of the "lobolo" payment, a traditional dowry that his uncle Raul must pay for his own marriage. Azarias’ dream is to be a normal child, to go to school, gold that is supported by his grandmother. One day, when Azariah is in the pasture, Mabata Bata steps into a mine – the result of the civil war in the country – and explodes. The young man fears his uncle's reprisals and flees to the forest, taking with him the remaining oxen. The grandmother and uncle leave in their quest to rescue him and persuade him to return.

Best Documentary Feature
Paul Higbie and Seth Pompi for “Hysterical” https://www.nycindieff.com/film/hysterical

On the fringe of the New York stand-up scene, there are characters no comedian could make up. At open mics, they do effortlessly fascinating comedy which sometimes only makes sense to them. Two outsider comedians (Gary Marinoff and Alan Shain) let us deep into their lives, which are even more surprising and peculiar than their acts.

Best Short Documentary
Damian Kudelka for “By Any Means Necessary” https://www.nycindieff.com/film/by-any-means-necessary

A social justice documentary exploring why the NYPD, and US police departments more broadly, routinely use deadly force against non-violent minor offenders without receiving any punishment beyond losing vacation days. The film examines police practices primarily through the lens of the NYPD Eric Garner incident although other US police departments are covered. NYPD officers used a policy prohibited chokehold on Mr. Garner because he was selling 50 cent cigarettes on the street and wound up choking him to death. The film discovers how the management of police departments create a climate where officers routinely use excessive force against minor offenses. Additionally, we observe NYC government's failed responses to prevent future officer chokeholds and present actionable solutions for reforming the NYPD and US police departments.

Best Short Film
Gabe Dinsmoor for “SAGE” https://www.nycindieff.com/film/sage

Erricka Bridgeford’s work to organize city-wide ceasefires is changing the way residents think about violence in their communities. After learning from her son that Baltimore had it’s most violent year on record she and a small group of organizers decided to take matters into their own hands.

Best Super Short Film
Susan McCormick for “Thin Walls” https://www.nycindieff.com/film/thin-walls

A girl attempts to commit suicide in a bathroom stall. A suicide attempt is interrupted.

Best Animation
Maryam Mohajer for “Red Dress. No Straps” https://www.nycindieff.com/film/red-dress-no-straps

1985. Tehran. Iran-Iraq war. For 'Marmar' it is another ordinary afternoon at the grandparents'. The echo of 'Death to America' chants from school mixes with grandad's favourite 'The voice of America' on the radio whilst waiting for granny to make Marmar a dress exactly the same as the American Popstar. Bright red. No straps.

Best Music Video
Benjamin Roberds for “Don Broco – Come out to LA” https://www.nycindieff.com/film/don-broco-come-out-to-la

The music video for the track Come Out To LA by Don Broco features death, dancing, robots, inter-band rivalries, mad scientists, insane TV performances and much more.

Best Art/Experimental Film
Julian Olariu for “Above the Angel” https://www.nycindieff.com/film/above-the-angel

The chronicle of a communist afternoon.

Best Short Sketch Comedy Video
Jason Ortiz for “Vincent Van Gogh F&&k Yourself Todd” https://www.nycindieff.com/film/vincent-van-gogh-f-k-yourself-todd

Vincent van Gogh invites his closest friends to an exclusive showing of his latest paintings, a series entitled 'My Friends, My Truth'.Best

Best Web Series
Quentin Fabiani for “Vieux Jeu” https://www.nycindieff.com/film/vieux-jeu-ep-01-old-game-ep-01

It’s the story of Adrian, an old bowling alley owner who wishes to retire and sell his business after 50 years. Each and every night, at the end of business hours, Adrian stays alone and plays solitary games in order to achieve his ultimate dream, a perfect game! But one night, Bernard, a ghost from his past, visits Adrian and warns the old man that he will die at the end of the week. Adria as less than a week to sell his business, make order in his life and try to play the perfect game.

Best TV Pilot
“Rainbow Ruthie” – Directed by: Ruth Marantz https://www.nycindieff.com/film/rainbow-ruthie

An ex teen star from Manhattan Public Access TV in the nineties decides to relive her glory days.

Best Actor
Jeff Daniels for “GUEST ARTIST” https:// www.nycindieff.com/film/guest-artist

The story of a young man coming face to face with his hero (Jeff Daniels) and exploring the tangled relationship between the dreams of youth and the wisdom of age. Joseph Harris (Jeff Daniels), a legendary but troubled playwright arrives at a small Michigan town at Christmastime to mount his latest play. Greeting the cynical New Yorker is a young aspiring writer who challenges his literary hero to be the icon he’d hoped for. Harris wants no part of Michigan, being the young man’s hero, or the theatre he’s come to work with. No sooner than he arrives Harris makes plans to return to NY on the next train out. Desperate and scrambling to keep him in town, the young man must face his hero and explore the tangled relationship between the dreams of youth and the wisdom of age.

Best Actress
Clare Durant for “ANIMAS” https://www.nycindieff.com/film/animas

Alex is a girl with a strong personality. She's very close to her best friend Abraham, a shy, insecure boy as a consequence of his complex relationship with his parents. Everything changes when Abraham's father dies in a bizarre accident. From this moment on, Alex will be thrust into a mind-bending trip where the line between reality and nightmares will start to start to blur.

Best VR
Gayatri Parameswaran for “Home After War” https://www.nycindieff.com/film/home-after-war

As you follow his story, the narrative takes a shocking turn. An unfortunate truth looms in the space – the death of Ahmaied's sons by a booby trap. Ironically, while he was concerned about his home being safe, Ahmaied's sons died in an incident in another home just around the corner. You experience this explosion in first person. As you wind down from this climax, you hear Ahmaied speak of his loss and his hopes for his family, country and the world.This project was part of the Oculus VR for Good Creators Lab 2017 and was produced in collaboration with the Geneva International Centre for Humanitarian Demining (GICHD

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The Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony of Greg Rowles & Zack Turner

Carolina Fame

Zack Turner

Greg Rowles

South Carolina Entertainment and Music Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony of Award Winning Entertainer Greg Rowles & Legendary Country Songwriter Zack Turner

GREENVILLE, SC, USA, January 2, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Greenville & Myrtle Beach, SC – South Carolina Entertainment and Music Hall of Fame will proudly present the Hall of Fame induction ceremony honoring Greg Rowles & Zack Turner.

This prestigious event will take place at The House of Blues Myrtle Beach, SC during the Carolina Country Music Awards on January 25th, 2020.

Filled with milestones, this ceremony will mark the first time inducting at the House of Blues, their first induction in over 6 years, and the first under the direction of Justin Ray Williams, the new Executive Director of the South Carolina Entertainment and Music Hall of Fame. Supported by the new board, they continue their Hall of Fame relaunching efforts throughout the state.

Venue & Event Info:
The Carolina Country Music Association presents the Carolina Country Music Awards Show. The 2020 CCMA Show will be held Saturday, January 25, 2020, House of Blues at Barefoot Landing in North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

Jimmy-G and Sweet Tea from Carolina Country 93.9 WMIR are your hosts presenting awards to Carolina artists in nine different categories. Local artists from The Carolina’s will take the stage at the House of Blues to perform their song that was featured and aired on the Carolina Artist Showdown in 2019.

Live performances by Cody Webb, Cliff Wheeler Band, The Blue Pickups, Kevin Nichols, Ryan Trotti, Faith Bardill and many more with special guest Greg Rowles from The Alabama Theater, Legendary Country singer-songwriter Zack Turner, Damien Horne from NewNorth and Chief Meteorologist at WBTW-TV. More artist announcements coming soon.

Tickets and more info: Carolina Country Music Awards Show —>>> http://www.carolinaartistshowdown.com/

Contact:
Executive Director, Justin Ray Williams ( http://www.JustinRayWilliams.com )
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Hall of Fame Inductees:
Zack Turner
Greg Rowles
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