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Friends, My ideas concern a slate of four movies, which I plan to produce. It is my understanding that my my next step is to find one or more writers to write whatever in their opinion will be necessary for me to be able to pitch to one or more investors and raise enough money for everything.The first three of these movies are taken from three chapters in The Old Testament in The Bible, Judges Chapter 19 Living Bible (TLB), Judges Chapter 20 Living Bible (TLB) and Judges Chapter 21 Living Bible (TLB). Please find The Living Bible Paraphrase of all of these Bible Passages pasted below. I have chosen the sickest, most violent, most perverse, most degenerate and most destructive passages that I could find anywhere in The Bible in an effort to maximize both the financial profit potential, as well as the artistic and spiritual potential and value of the projects. Of the numerous translations available, I have chosen the version of The Bible easiest for me, personally, to understand, The Living Bible, which is not an actual translation of the Bible, but rather a paraphrase, which is the author's opinion of what the original writer of the Bible meant to express, rather than what the original writer of the Bible actually wrote. Other versions and translations of The Bible are available by visiting the following link:https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Judges+19&version=TLBIn order to maximize the effect of the atmosphere of the time and place where the actual events occurred, I think: 1. the first three movies should be filmed in Israel and perhaps other countries in that region where the events described in The Bible actually happened, 2. some, or all of the actors should be from, or be descended from people from that area in which the events in The Bible actually took place. 3. advice from the Departments of Anthropology, History, Music, Bible and perhaps other departments of Hebrew University in Jerusalem, Israel, and in addition perhaps other experts around the the world other than Hebrew University, should be extensively sought and utilized in the creation of the music, costumes, dress, sets, props, architecture, animals, hair styles and other considerations and aspects concerning the actual time and place of the events described in the projects.Judges 19Judges 19 Living Bible (TLB)19 At this time before Israel had a king, there was a man of the tribe of Levi living on the far side of the hill country of Ephraim, who brought home a girl from Bethlehem in Judah to be his concubine. 2 But she became angry with him and ran away, and returned to her father’s home in Bethlehem, and was there about four months. 3 Then her husband, taking along a servant and an extra donkey, went to see her to try to win her back again. When he arrived at her home, she let him in and introduced him to her father, who was delighted to meet him. 4 Her father urged him to stay awhile, so he stayed three days, and they all had a very pleasant time.5 On the fourth day they were up early, ready to leave, but the girl’s father insisted on their having breakfast first. 6 Then he pleaded with him to stay one more day, as they were having such a good time. 7 At first the man refused, but his father-in-law kept urging him until finally he gave in. 8 The next morning they were up early again, and again the girl’s father pleaded, “Stay just today and leave sometime this evening.” So they had another day of feasting.9 That afternoon as he and his wife and servant were preparing to leave, his father-in-law said, “Look, it’s getting late. Stay just tonight, and we will have a pleasant evening together and tomorrow you can get up early and be on your way.”10 But this time the man was adamant, so they left, getting as far as Jerusalem (also called Jebus) before dark.11 His servant said to him, “It’s getting too late to travel; let’s stay here tonight.”12-13 “No,” his master said, “we can’t stay in this heathen city where there are no Israelites—we will go on to Gibeah, or possibly Ramah.”14 So they went on. The sun was setting just as they came to Gibeah, a village of the tribe of Benjamin, 15 so they went there for the night. But as no one invited them in, they camped in the village square. 16 Just then an old man came by on his way home from his work in the fields. (He was originally from the hill country of Ephraim, but was living now in Gibeah, even though it was in the territory of Benjamin.) 17 When he saw the travelers camped in the square, he asked them where they were from and where they were going.18 “We’re on the way home from Bethlehem, in Judah,” the man replied. “I live on the far edge of the Ephraim hill country, near Shiloh. But no one has taken us in for the night, 19 even though we have fodder for our donkeys and plenty of food and wine for ourselves.”20 “Don’t worry,” the old man said, “be my guests; for you mustn’t stay here in the square. It’s too dangerous.”21 So he took them home with him. He fed their donkeys while they rested, and afterward they had supper together. 22 Just as they were beginning to warm to the occasion, a gang of sex perverts gathered around the house and began beating at the door and yelling at the old man to bring out the man who was staying with him, so they could rape him. 23 The old man stepped outside to talk to them.“No, my brothers, don’t do such a dastardly act,” he begged, “for he is my guest. 24 Here, take my virgin daughter and this man’s wife. I’ll bring them out and you can do whatever you like to them—but don’t do such a thing to this man.”25 But they wouldn’t listen to him. Then the girl’s husband pushed her out to them, and they abused her all night, taking turns raping her until morning. Finally, just at dawn, they let her go. 26 She fell down at the door of the house and lay there until it was light. 27 When her husband opened the door to be on his way, he found her there, fallen down in front of the door with her hands digging into the threshold.28 “Well, come on,” he said. “Let’s get going.”But there was no answer, for she was dead; so he threw her across the donkey’s back and took her home. 29 When he got there he took a knife and cut her body into twelve parts and sent one piece to each tribe of Israel. 30 Then the entire nation was roused to action against the men of Benjamin because of this awful deed.“There hasn’t been such a horrible crime since Israel left Egypt,” everyone said. “We’ve got to do something about it.”Living Bible (TLB)The Living Bible copyright © 1971 by Tyndale House Foundation. Used by permission of Tyndale House Publishers Inc., Carol Stream, Illinois 60188. All rights reserved.Judges 20Judges 20 Living Bible (TLB)20 1-2 Then the entire nation of Israel sent their leaders and 450,000 troops to assemble with one mind before the Lord at Mizpah. They came from as far away as Dan and Beersheba, and everywhere between, and from across the Jordan in the land of Gilead. 3 (Word of the mobilization of the Israeli forces at Mizpah soon reached the land of Benjamin.) The chiefs of Israel now called for the murdered woman’s husband and asked him just what had happened.4 “We arrived one evening at Gibeah, a village in Benjamin,” he began. 5 “That night the men of Gibeah surrounded the house, planning to kill me, and they raped my wife until she was dead. 6 So I cut her body into twelve pieces and sent the pieces throughout the land of Israel, for these men have committed a terrible crime. 7 Now then, sons of Israel, express your mind and give me your counsel!”8-10 And as one man they replied, “Not one of us will return home until we have punished the village of Gibeah. A tenth of the army will be selected by lot as a supply line to bring us food, and the rest of us will destroy Gibeah for this horrible deed.”11 So the whole nation united in this task.12 Then messengers were sent to the tribe of Benjamin, asking, “Did you know about the terrible thing that was done among you? 13 Give up these evil men from the city of Gibeah so that we can execute them and purge Israel of her evil.” But the people of Benjamin wouldn’t listen. 14-15 Instead, 26,000 of them arrived in Gibeah to join the 700 local men in their defense against the rest of Israel. 16 (Among all these there were 700 men who were left-handed sharpshooters. They could hit a target within a hair’s breadth, never missing!) 17 The army of Israel, not counting the men of Benjamin, numbered 400,000 men.18 Before the battle the Israeli army went to Bethel first to ask counsel from God. “Which tribe shall lead us against the people of Benjamin?” they asked.And the Lord replied, “Judah shall go first.”19-20 So the entire army left early the next morning to go to Gibeah, to attack the men of Benjamin. 21 But the men defending the village stormed out and killed 22,000 Israelis that day. 22-24 Then the Israeli army wept before the Lord until evening and asked him, “Shall we fight further against our brother Benjamin?”And the Lord said, “Yes.” So the men of Israel took courage and went out again the next day to fight at the same place. 25 And that day they lost another 18,000 men, all experienced swordsmen.26 Then the entire army went up to Bethel and wept before the Lord and fasted until evening, offering burnt sacrifices and peace offerings. 27-28 (The Ark of God was in Bethel in those days. Phinehas, the son of Eleazar and grandson of Aaron, was the priest.)The men of Israel asked the Lord, “Shall we go out again and fight against our brother Benjamin, or shall we stop?”And the Lord said, “Go, for tomorrow I will see to it that you defeat the men of Benjamin.”29 So the Israeli army set an ambush all around the village, 30 and went out again on the third day and set themselves in their usual battle formation. 31 When the army of Benjamin came out of the town to attack, the Israeli forces retreated and Benjamin was drawn away from the town as they chased after Israel. And as they had done previously, Benjamin began to kill the men of Israel along the roadway running between Bethel and Gibeah, so that about thirty of them died.32 Then the army of Benjamin shouted, “We’re defeating them again!” But the armies of Israel had agreed in advance to run away so that the army of Benjamin would chase them and be drawn away from the town. 33 But when the main army of Israel reached Baal-tamar, it turned and attacked, and the 10,000 men in ambush west of Geba jumped up from where they were 34 and advanced against the rear of the army of Benjamin, who still didn’t realize the impending disaster. 35-39 So the Lord helped Israel defeat Benjamin, and the Israeli army killed 25,100 men of Benjamin that day, leaving but a tiny remnant of their forces.Summary of the Battle: The army of Israel retreated from the men of Benjamin in order to give the ambush more room for maneuvering. When the men of Benjamin had killed about thirty of the Israelis, they were confident of a massive slaughter just as on the previous days. But then the men in ambush rushed into the village and slaughtered everyone in it, and set it on fire. The great cloud of smoke pouring into the sky was the signal for the Israeli army to turn around and attack the army of Benjamin, 40-41 who now looked behind them and were terrified to discover that their city was on fire, and that they were in serious trouble. 42 So they ran toward the wilderness, but the Israelis chased after them, and the men who had set the ambush came out and joined the slaughter from the rear. 43 They encircled the army of Benjamin east of Gibeah, and killed most of them there. 44 Eighteen thousand of the Benjamin troops died in that day’s battle. 45 The rest of the army fled into the wilderness toward the rock of Rimmon, but 5,000 were killed along the way, and 2,000 more near Gidom.46-47 So the tribe of Benjamin lost 25,000 brave warriors that day, leaving only 600 men who escaped to the rock of Rimmon, where they lived for four months. 48 Then the Israeli army returned and slaughtered the entire population of the tribe of Benjamin—men, women, children, and cattle—and burned down every city and village in the entire land.Living Bible (TLB)The Living Bible copyright © 1971 by Tyndale House Foundation. Used by permission of Tyndale House Publishers Inc., Carol Stream, Illinois 60188. All rights reserved.Judges 21Judges 21 Living Bible (TLB)21 The leaders of Israel had vowed at Mizpah never to let their daughters marry a man from the tribe of Benjamin. 2 And now the Israeli leaders met at Bethel and sat before God until evening, weeping bitterly.3 “O Lord God of Israel,” they cried out, “why has this happened, that now one of our tribes is missing?”4 The next morning they were up early and built an altar, and offered sacrifices and peace offerings on it. 5 And they said among themselves, “Was any tribe of Israel not represented when we held our council before the Lord at Mizpah?” For at that time it was agreed by solemn oath that anyone who refused to come must die. 6 There was deep sadness throughout all Israel for the loss of their brother tribe, Benjamin.“Gone,” they kept saying to themselves, “gone—an entire tribe of Israel has been cut off and is gone. 7 And how shall we get wives for the few who remain, since we have sworn by the Lord that we will not give them our daughters?”8-9 Then they thought again of their oath to kill anyone who refused to come to Mizpah and discovered that no one had attended from Jabesh-gilead. 10-12 So they sent 12,000 of their best soldiers to destroy the people of Jabesh-gilead. All the men, married women, and children were slain, but the young virgins of marriageable age were saved. There were 400 of these, and they were brought to the camp at Shiloh.13 Then Israel sent a peace delegation to the little remnant of the men of Benjamin at Rimmon Rock. 14 The 400 girls were given to them as wives, and they returned to their homes; but there were not enough of these girls for all of them. 15 (What a sad time it was in Israel in those days because the Lord had made a breach in the tribes of Israel.)16 “What shall we do for wives for the others, since all the women of the tribe of Benjamin are dead?” the leaders of Israel asked. 17 “There must be some way to get wives for them, so that an entire tribe of Israel will not be lost forever. 18 But we can’t give them our own daughters. We have sworn with a solemn oath that anyone who does this shall be cursed of God.”19 Suddenly someone thought of the annual religious festival held in the fields of Shiloh, between Lebonah and Bethel, along the east side of the road that goes from Bethel to Shechem.20 They told the men of Benjamin who still needed wives, “Go and hide in the vineyards, 21 and when the girls of Shiloh come out for their dances, rush out and catch them and take them home with you to be your wives! 22 And when their fathers and brothers come to us in protest, we will tell them, ‘Please be understanding and let them have your daughters, for we didn’t find enough wives for them when we destroyed Jabesh-gilead, and you couldn’t have given your daughters to them without being guilty.’”23 So the men of Benjamin did as they were told and kidnapped the girls who took part in the celebration, and carried them off to their own land. Then they rebuilt their cities and lived in them. 24 So the people of Israel returned to their homes.25 (There was no king in Israel in those days, and every man did whatever he thought was right.)Living Bible (TLB)The Living Bible copyright © 1971 by Tyndale House Foundation. Used by permission of Tyndale House Publishers Inc., Carol Stream, Illinois 60188. All rights reserved.The fourth movie in the slate is my life story, (details concerning which I would be happy to provide you with upon your request), which is in many ways different, nevertheless related to the first three movies in the slate. I think that the fourth movie in the slate should be filmed in Detroit Michigan, where I was born and raised, as well as other cities around the world where I have lived, toured, traveled, worked and studied for about 20 of my 78 years.I am now studying entertainment at UCLA Extension, and also, I am now working on ideas for my first projects, which are production of a slate of four different, nevertheless related, spectacular movies. All ideas for all four movies have extremely high artistic value, as well as extremely high financial profit potential. The first three of my movies will consist of three different, nevertheless related chapters in The Bible. My fourth movie will consist of my life story, which is different, nevertheless related to all three chapters in The Bible.I have already passed 16 UCLA Extension Entertainment Courses and completed three UCLA Extension Certificates in: 1. The Business and Management of Entertainment, 2. Producing, and 3. Independent Producing. In The UCLA Extension Winter 2018 Quarter I enrolled in a fourth UCLA Extension Certificate in Acting, which will take 2-3 years for me to complete. I would be most happy to provide you with official transcripts of everything upon your request. I did all of this in spite of my mental disability and handicap, for which I receive full and complete accommodations from The UCLA Extension Office For Disabled And Handicapped Students. Upon your request I would be happy to provide you with proof of my receiving full and complete accommodations from The UCLA Extension Office For Disabled And Handicapped Students as well as my psychiatric evaluation upon which my accommodations from The UCLA Extension Office For Disabled And Handicapped Students are based. I plan to keep attempting new certificates and other credentials in entertainment, business and other disciplines at UCLA Extension and other institutions of higher learning till I die, or am otherwise incapacitated. I was age 78 on 02-15-2018. I am homeless. I eat and pay tuition from my Supplemental Security Income, (SSI), Payments, which I receive from the Federal USA Government as an aged individual. At this time I do not have enough money for an apartment, or even a room, or anything other than tuition and food, although, obviously, I am hoping for financial success in the future.I look forward to learning what you think about everything, as well as to how we might be able to collaborate and work together to complete, market and distribute these projects and earn a good profit.Everything in this Email is confidential and nothing in this Email may be used for anything without my written consent.Thanks very much, again.JoeEmail Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Seeking creative executives in Los Angeles, California
DISCLAIMER: INVESTORS DO NOT NEED TO BE IN LA Los Angeles Film/TV production company seeking investor for up coming tv pilot for AMAZON, HULU, and SHOWTIME Our target audience are viewers who watch American Horror Story, Sherlock, and Penny Dreadful, with an eye for the avant-garde, freaky, and just plain graphic subject matter.
Seeking directors, producers and financiers in Los Angeles, California
Hi, my name is Nick Romantini and I'm a screenwriter from Philadelphia currently seeking an independent filmmaker to direct and an independent film producer to purchase and produce a coming-of-age drama that I wrote called What We Did That Summer, which you can read here (Also, please consider reading the script first before applying for the job of director.): https://drive.google.com/file/... Pitch for the film (for the producer): https://docs.google.com/document/d/1GWMLLQaToUP_nFKo314wR82SNScxsUVbegFuzHdBTmQ/edit Storyline for the film: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1x5rzHcdMIy6Rblo61G1TCjHpKKd3A5FpPMD-LI_OtN4/edit The film, which is set in the mid-1990's, tells the story of three 12 year-old boys who, during a week long camping trip in the woods near their home, end up getting lost in the uncharted part of it and are forced to put aside their personal differences and rely on each other to get out of there. Along the way, the boys learn about friendship, survival, and growing up. What We Did That Summer harkens back to older coming-of-age/childhood adventure films such as Stand By Me, The Goonies, and The Sandlot. Additionally, it can potentially fall inn line with more recent childhood adventure tales such as Stranger Things and IT. If you are interested in both directing and producing the script, then please e-mail at email@example.com. Thanks!
Seeking assistant directors, art department coordinators, production assistants and 1 more in Los Angeles, California
Driscoll Entertainment is expanding and looking for talented individuals for multiple Spring/Summer NON-Paid internship positions. Individuals will learn on/off camera techniques, work with experienced crew and have a first hand look at Virtual Reality Production with a VR expert. Selected applicants will also work with top quality cameras from RED, Arri and more. Qualifying individuals will be offered a contractor position with the company for future paid gigs. Please note any RELEVANT previous experience.
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Seeking agents in Los Angeles, California and New York City, New York
Hi, my name is Nick Romantini, and I'm a young and aspiring screenwriter from New Jersey. I'm currently seeking a talent who has contacts within the independent film industry that would be willing to produce and distribute a coming of age film I wrote called What We Did This Summer, which you can read here: https://drive.google.com/file/... Pitch for the film (for the producer): https://docs.google.com/document/d/1GWMLLQaToUP_nFKo314wR82SNScxsUVbegFuzHdBTmQ/edit Storyline for the film: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1x5rzHcdMIy6Rblo61G1TCjHpKKd3A5FpPMD-LI_OtN4/edit If you are interested in showing my script and pitches to indie film executive producers, then please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks!
Seeking screenwriters in Lexington-Fayette, Kentucky
Author seeking adaptation of novel into screenplay. Would work with author to assist with the process. Two novels which equal 800 pages would be made into one script for one movie. Can work from anywhere.
Seeking assistant directors, gaffer/lighting technicians, key grips and 6 more in Los Angeles, California
CREW CALL We will be filming a short sci-fi project called Tweener that addresses domestic violence and bullying. Here is the logline: A young boy, tormented by the school bully and his mother’s abusive boyfriend suddenly manifests the ability to travel between dimensions and uses his newfound powers to protect himself and his mother. Filming will mostly be in Los Angeles. We are seeking the following positions: Cinematographer 1st AD Gaffer 1st AC Grip Production Assistant Hair/Makeup Art Production Designer Wardrobe We offer Copy, Credit, and Meals. Dates: June/July (6-8 days total on weekends only) Please send your resume and/or reel to email@example.com or to firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you for your interest.
Seeking actors in Los Angeles, California, New York City, New York, Washington, D. C. and 1 more
JOB FAIR / TALENT SEARCH (Administrative Assistant, Business Manager, Attorney, Publicist, Event Planner, Marketing Manager)Looking for business managers in NYC, Los Angeles, Washington DC/Virginia, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, Atlanta, etc. Looking for business managers in Africa, Australia, China, Russia, South America, Canada, and in The Middle East. Open to other artists, actors, performers that are willing to collaborate and assist me. Thank you. BACKGROUND INFORMATION ON HIM: Born and raised in Richmond, Virginia, but educated throughout Virginia as he traveled throughout the state learning about the state. In pursuit of a career as a medical doctor, an officer in the military, an athlete and artist, destiny called him into ministry. A scholar in his own right, he has educated, empowered and entertained thousands, possibly millions over the course of his 44 years of life. Despite being a survivor of child abuse that almost killed him, domestic violence, hunger, school bullying, depression, violent hate crimes committed against him, temporary insanity (a nervous breakdown), prison, disability, unemployment, homelessness, police misconduct and corruption, church abuse and even attempted suicide after losing his entire immediate family in 9 months, he utilizes his life as a platform to educate, to empower, to entertain, but more importantly to enlighten others to bring about change in their own lives and the world. He uses love and laughter to bring light to a dark, hurting world. After traveling the East Coast and Southeast for 14 years helping people, a once discovered talent by Warner Brothers in NYC during the 90s, as an R&B singer and triple threat talent, is making a global comeback into the industry and we would greatly appreciate it if you would be proud to present him to the California, New York City, Atlanta, DC government, entertainment, news, educational, religious arena, the country and the world. With a background that ranges from Arts education to international affairs, specializing in health and human services, restaurant/hotel/hospitality/tourism/travel, business management, mass communications and multimedia, he is utilizing his life to impact the lives of people around the country and the world through traditional media outlets and social media outlets. Tim A. Carter 678-531-5703 / email@example.com LOCAL - NATIONAL - GLOBAL NEWSGOOGLE - The prophet of English Avenue www.cbs46.com/clip/14123824/th... (CBS46Atlanta ; other TV news outlets from Connecticut to Oregon have picked up the story) www.timcarterglobalnetwork.blogspot.com www.instagram.com/from_the_streets_of_atlantawww.instagram.com/captain_comeback www.tacarterprofessionalbackground.blogspot.com===========================Since he was a little boy, this young man has been concerned about the world. He was inspired by some of the most admired, best, charismatic, influential, humble, educated, artistic and creative servant leaders of the 20th century. Today, he is a 21st century servant leader impacting the lives of people around the country and the world. And, he’s working even harder, but smarter to impact the lives of even more people around the country and the world and he’s doing it all - from the streets of Atlanta. GEORGIA STATEWIDE TALENT SEARCH Arts & Sciences to International Affairs Entertainment to Environmental Humanities to Civil and Human Rights Racism to Religion & More NATIONAL TALENT SEARCH From Virginia to California From Georgia to New York From Hawaii to Puerto Rico From Washington DC to OregonGLOBAL TALENT SEARCH From USA to Uruguay From Africa to Australia From Canada to China From South America to Europe
Seeking animators in Los Angeles, California
Looking for a motion graphics artist for help with making some intros for videos, scene edits, and making videos cooler. Thanks in advance.
Seeking actors in Los Angeles, California
We’re looking for someone to play an authentic Jesus for our “Wounded for our Transgressions” music video. Christafari is searching for someone that could pass for a 30 something male that is ethnic looking (or mixed race) with olive or darker complexion. Ideally, someone with brown skin that is not too handsome. We want to be authentic to the Scriptures, especially Isaiah 53. Let’s do away with the incorrect European Jesus stereotypes that we’ve seen over the centuries. This person should be able to pass for Middle Eastern or north African. They should have some acting experience and be willing to safely reenact the crucifixion. Must be willing to grow a beard for the next two months and non allergic to latex for prosthetics.If you or anyone that you know fit this criteria, please send a photo or photos via email with your name, number, email, height, weight, age, and acting experience to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Must be ok w/ shirtless aspects. Please note in any submission, whether or not you have similar hair to the one in the picture. Thank you. Also, please note your social @handle & whether or not working on a "Faith-Based" music video is an issue. Band is flagship for GospelReggae.com
Seeking film/theatre journalists in New York City, New York
If you are a regular theater goer, I am seeking someone that can provide Tony award predictions and a recap of the winners. It's for a segment of the youtube web series "All Things EGOT." The show is produced in Chicago, so your two submissions would need to videotaped via Skype or google suites. Watch the first 2 episodes https://www.youtube.com/channe...This is a no budget project .