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Thursday, February 28, 2013

The House that Jack Broke


























Until You Walk The Path, You Won’t Know Where it Goes will be chatting with producer and writer John Wayne Bosley on March 1, 2013 at 5 pm eastern as he talks about her new film The House that Jack Broke and the changes in the Michigan film industry.





Born on an Air Force Base in North Dakota, John Wayne Bosley was named after the legendary actor John Wayne. At age seven, he started writing the stories that influenced his films. By age twelve he had written his first screenplay, The Knight Story.




In 2001, Bosley wrote the script, which would later be the film: “The Allan Carter Saga Part I: Amnesia.” "Amnesia" took six and a half years from pre-production to completion and toured throughout Maine in 2008. His first film he was the writer/director/producer/actor/and post production.



In 2009 Bosley created RebFest.com, the first Twitter-based film festival, in order to create a platform in which to show his film “Amnesia” to his audience on Twitter. Yahoo News wrote up a story on the festival.



In 2010 Bosley turned his attention to creating his first micro-pilot short film. The concept of a micro-pilot is the combination between the TV pilot and viral videos. The short films are 5 minutes or less that encapsulates an idea of a TV show or film, yet leaving the audience wanting more. Bosley's first micro-pilot was “Awakening” which was shot in 2010. Later Bosley shot “Foreshadow” a micro-pilot for the film The House That Jack Broke.



In 2011 Bosley went into production on his second feature film, The House That Jack Broke. The film was set in Maine but 90% of it was shot in south east Michigan and used and all Michigan cast and crew. Currently Bosley is set to show his film in it's official Michigan Premiere in Royal Oak, Michigan as part of a 3 location tour of the film in the state. Later Bosley is looking into taking the film back to Maine and also to Los Angeles.






The House That Jack Broke Synopsis
A newlywed couple's relationship is stretched to the breaking point when the FBI begins investigating the husband's past in connection with a double murder case. Will the Peterson's be able to salvage their marriage? And, what really happened three years ago in Eastfield, Conneticut?



RELEASE DATE:  February 2013)

Produced by James Sands, John W. Bosley, and Pam Wenzel.

Starring Erika Hoveland and John Wayne Bosley.

Bosley's websites:
https://www.facebook.com/JBMovies?ref=ts&fref=ts
http://www.thehousefilmproject.com/
http://www.jbmovies.com/

The Michigan Premiere will be Thursday March 21, 2013 at 7 pm in Lansing for tickets go to
https://www.facebook.com/events/187271074751960/?ref=ts&fref=ts

Tune into http://www.blogtalkradio.com/theresachaze on March 1, 2013 5 pm eastern to listen to learn more about the murder mystery The House That Jack Broke and the Michigan Film insdustry. The phone lines and chat will be available for those who wish to ask questions. The phone number is (347) 838-9927.


The interview will be available in the archives at
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/theresachaze/2013/03/01/until-you-walk-the-path-you-wont-know-where-it-goes









Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Michigan No Where Else Like It: Marketing to Domestic and Foreign Markets



No Where Else Like It is a specialized marketing campaign, which cross brands Michigan based products or services with the paranormal thriller Never Can Say Good-bye. The campaign is designed to feature Michigan products and services within the film itself as well as featuring their parent company in the promotional and marketing campaigns from the start of pre-production through the theatrical release. The No Where Else Like It campaign will also feature the uniqueness of Michigan within videos that will be produced by the cast and crew. These videos will be distributed via the Internet, placed on the official and personal websites, and with the DVD/download load release.

Product placement in films and television is not a new concept. However, it is one that is ever changing. In the early years of television, advertisers sponsored individual shows. The program quality and the product reputation were intertwined. Throughout the decades single sponsorship no longer exists. It has been replaced by commercial breaks, which makes the advertising completely separate from the entertainment. Although initially the change has made it less costly for advertisers, it also limits the ad's effectiveness to a single airing. If the audience missed it too bad so sad, but the networks are more than willing to sell you more air time. The simple fact is that people need to see a message at least three times before the message sticks with them enough to prompt them into action.

However, product placement has not disappeared; it has been transformed. Instead of sponsoring the entire project, sponsors pay for or do in kind exchanges to have their products or services are embedded in films and television programs as part of the action or the sets. Once embedded the product placement becomes permanent. Unlike other forms of advertising, this form of marketing has a one time fee, yet a nearly unlimited reach and exposure potential. Each time the project is viewed, the embedded products will once again be marketed without any extra cost to the sponsors.

Never Can Say Good-bye will be making full use of traditional product placement for their production needs. We will be looking to do in kind exchanges for

A large hotel: as a location and for lodging for cast and crew
Vehicles as locations and transporation
Air Travel for cast and crew
Brewery/bar as a location
Large auditoriums for meet and greets with cast and crew
Digital video equipment and ghost hunting gear as props

Sponsors' product, service or company name would be shown in at least three scenes. They would be given non speaking roles as an extra, invited to the wrap party and the Michigan premiere. They would be thanked in the credits. But more importantly their logo with an active link will be attached to nearly all our online marketing and they would be listed as sponsors at our live events.

In addition, the No Where Else Like It campaign, which will show the uniqueness of Michigan with videos produced by the production team will be sponsored by Michigan corporations and businesses. These videos would be part of the marketing campaigns both online and with most other venues. Sponsors would act as host and guide for the cast and crew as they explore the state. Videos would include:

* Local festivals
* Sleep Bear Dunes
* The Manitou Islands
* Interlochen Arts Academy
* Avalanche Preserve
*Mackinaw Island and bridge
* Snowflake Campground
* National Shrine of the Cross in the Woods in Indian River
*looking for Petoskey stones
* Sault Locks
* Henry Ford Museum, including the revitalization of the Detroit area
* Michigan State campus
* Pictured Rocks, Tahquamenon Falls

During the production, the cast and crew will be holding meet and greets with the public in the areas where we will be filming. Sponsors would also be included in these events as well as the hosting location. The public would be able to ask questions and have their picture taken with the stars of Never Can Say Good-bye. These events will be recorded and released online through sites such as YouTube, Facebook and other social networking sties. Additionally, real time streaming events will be scheduled online, which will give the domestic and foreign audience opportunities to speak with the cast and crew.

Never Can Say Good-bye will be an opportunity to market products and services not only nationally, but also internationally through theatrical release, DVD/downloads, pay per view, and broadcast network release. Once embedded, the products or services will always be there at no additional cost.

Before you discount your ability to financially be part of our team ask yourself how much is exposure to a world of new customers worth? In addition, marketing expenses are both state and federal tax deductible as a business expense. Those who mitigate our production costs might also be able to claim a deduction under Section 181 of the federal tax code, which is a deduction equal to 100% of the investment in the production. You would need to speak with your tax professional to get the full details of how this incentive would apply to your company.

Also ask yourself when was the last time you walked out of a movie satisfied? 


For more information go to www.theresachaze.com 



  

Thursday, February 14, 2013

Is Adrian Paul Still a Romantic Hero?



We have been talking to Adrian Paul's  people. He is our first choice for the character of Michael Scott. However, our investor and distributor doesn't think his fan base is bankable. 

How many people would like Adrian Paul playing the romantic lead in the paranormal thriller Never Can Say Good-bye? If you would like to see Adrian in theatres could you please leave like our page and leave a comment saying so?

Would you also share so our message spreads.

Saturday, February 2, 2013

Remembering Anna Nicole Smith



 



























Until You Walk The Path, You Won’t Know Where it Goes will be chatting with Patrik Simpson and Pol Atteu on February 8, 2013 at 1 pm eastern as they remember their dear friend, Anna Nicole Smith.








Patrik Simpson has over 20 years of knowledge and experience in the modeling and acting industry. As a leader in the competitive field of fashion and entertainment, he served as President of the MAAI (Modeling Association of America International) twice. After a short stint as a runway model he assisted two of Hollywood's leading ladies in the casting industry Judi Keppler and Sally Pearle; and assisted casting on television and film productions such as Cheers, Thirty Something, Wonder Years, The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd, Moonlighting, and Michael Jackson's music video Moon Walker. Also an accomplished photographer, his work has been published in Star Magazine, National Enquirer, Us Weekly, InTouch, Los Angeles Times, and a People Magazine cover.

In 1990, Patrik founded Network International Models and Talent placing models overseas in international markets Tokyo, Paris, Milan, Athens, Berlin, Barcelona, Taipei, Mexico City, Miami and New York; with discoveries that have found national success in commercials, billboards, and magazines. His agency represents many celebrities, including the grandchildren of Clark Gable, Kayley and Clark Gable III, Alex Mandel (son of Howie Mandel), Kynt & Vyxssin (the Goth kids from the Amazing Race), Renny Martyn (Big Brother), Heather Chadwell, Dallas Harrison (Rock of Love), Aubry Fisher (LA Ink), and Jason Heat (I Love New York)

Patrik has been interviewed on Entertainment Tonight, Extra, E News Daily, The Insider, Access Hollywood, Showbiz Tonight, Greta Van Susteren, and Larry King Live. He was also featured on the Anna Nicole Show, Style Court, and Celebrity Jury.

With Pol’ Atteu, he published a loving photographic tribute to Anna Nicole entitled, Anna Nicole Smith: Portrait of an Icon.http://www.network-models.com

Pol' Atteu, is a high fashion Haute Couture designer for over fifteen years with his world famous boutique located in the heart of Beverly Hills. His impressive celebrity client list includes: Betty White, Dyan Cannon, Denise Richards, Jodie Sweetin (Full House), Timberlee Chanel (Grey’s Anatomy), the girls from Glee, Shawn King (wife of Larry King), Lindsay Clubine (Deal or No Deal), Ursula Burton (The Office), Rachelle Carson-Begley (Living with Ed), Carolina Bacardi (Bacardi Rum), Lauren Velez (Dexter), Patrika Darbo, Nadia Bjorlin and Leann Hunley (Days of Our Lives), Katerina Graham (Vampire Diaries), Kristin Dos Santos (E! Network), and many others; even Wheel of Fortune featured a Pol' Atteu week twice with Vanna White gracing the stage draped in his creations. 

 

Pol' Atteu was friend and personal designer to the late Anna Nicole Smith, and guest starred in the Anna Nicole reality show. He created her spectacular gown for the VH1 "Big in 04" which landed her on Star Magazine's Best Dressed list; and has appeared as a celebrity fashion designer on Dr. Phil. Pol' was inducted into American History by creating the Inaugural ball gown worn by California's Former First Lady Sharon Davis, which was also donated to the State of California's State Capital Museum; alongside former Inaugural gowns worn by previous First Ladies which can now be seen on exhibit throughout the U.S.A. and Europe. He recently created his charitable foundation The Pol' Atteu Charitable Fund in memory of his beloved mother Ani Atteukenian, who succumbed to breast cancer, which helps children infected by the disease. http://www.polatteu.com

Tune into http://www.blogtalkradio.com/theresachaze on February 8, 2013 at 1 pm eastern to honor the memory of Anna Nicole Smith. The phone lines and chat will be available for those who wish to ask questions. The phone number is (347) 838-9927.






The interview will be available in the archives at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/theresachaze/2013/02/08/until-you-walk-the-path-you-wont-know-where-it