Monday, December 23, 2019
Friday, December 20, 2019
Memoirs Of A Dying Man
a film by Rene Costa
On his death bed Andrew Valentine starts having flashbacks on some of the people he socialised with and some of the nasty turns he arranged on people.
With his accomplices Joe Eastman and Barry Brides, nothing stood in their way until the day they crossed the line with Benny Wiseman (The Old Man).
When two tribes want the same thing, there is only one way it's going to end.
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Ditch the Act: Reveal the Surprising Power of the Real You for Greater Success by Leonard Kim and Ryan Foland
Ditch the Act:
Reveal the Surprising Power of the Real You for Greater Success
by Leonard Kim and Ryan Foland
Be human. It’s the only way to get ahead in business today.
Competition today is fiercer than ever. It seems that every job candidate is flashing a world-class resume and every business competitor is the absolute best at what they do.
Don’t be fooled. People exaggerate. And don’t be discouraged. By revealing stories of failures, setbacks, and personal flaws without shame or fear, you exhibit greater self-confidence than your competition. You cultivate connections with serious, smart people, and you build loyalty that lasts.
Ditch the Act shows how to present your humanness—imperfect and flawed but honest, resilient, and willing to learn—in strategic ways to achieve clear, defined goals. It provides an actionable program for building an authentic, long-lasting personal brand, explaining why exposure is important and how it cultivates more durable connections than any polished persona can.
By creating a personal brand that’s honest and authentic and that reveals personal struggles, you’ll build stronger, longer-lasting relationships—and achieve greater success.
Careers and businesses based on authenticity and truth aren’t just more rewarding than those founded on hyperbole and the “hard sell.” Because they’re founded on durable, robust relationships, they’re rock-solid—and better withstand business uncertainty and tough times.
Ditch the act, be real—and jump ahead of the competition before they even know you are there.
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Thursday, December 19, 2019
Pinky Doodle Bug
by Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino
by Vova Kirichenkp
Let your child's imagination soar by joining Pinky and her friends on a doodling and writing adventure!
Pinky draws and doodles on everything even though she’s told she shouldn't. One day, she meets a writing bug who believes in her and brings her doodles to life.
Together they let their dreams fly and help each other be their best.
This book is perfect for children learning to read and parents who want to share the joy of reading, writing, drawing and dreaming.
Pinky Doodle Bug is full of light-footed rhymes and delightful illustrations that are sure to make this wonderful tale an instant favorite.
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Let's say hello to Swaylee Loughnane
Actor | Producer | Director
Swaylee Loughnane was born in Romford Essex in 1982 and went to the Sylvia Young Theatre School from 1996 to 2001 where he then went into professional acting in 1998 in BBC productions such as Sort It.
He has acted in several theatre productions including Hamlet and A Slice To Many at the Wellington Theatre.
Swaylee has also acted on Television productions such as Autopsy, Wings of War.
Swaylee has three distinctions in acting with LAMDA, and has studied at the actors centre since 2005.
Swaylee has written, produced and acted in several short films and feature films.
He also produced music videos, and written three feature movies to date.
Check out Swaylee's IMDB
Tuesday, December 17, 2019
A short Film Called SUGAR
by Megan Ruth
A woman in a Sugar Daddy arrangement must choose between the financial benefits of her current relationship and a possible real relationship with someone her own age.
Hello! I'm Megan. I was born and raised in Burlington, Ontario. Growing up in a creative family, I expressed interest in performing at a young age. I began singing and dance lessons, and in High School became part of Burlington Student Theatre's senior company. Performing in two plays a year with them, as well as High School theatre, I was surrounded by the arts and graduated with a Specialist High Skills Major in arts and culture.
I took a year off of school after volunteering in Honduras and decided to put theatre on the sidelines. After working full time, I eventually decided to take Hispanic Studies at the University of Guelph in the hopes of becoming an ESL teacher in South America. I soon found Guelph's theatre program and ultimately concluded I was meant for the arts after all. After completing a 3 year general degree in theatre, I went to Humber College where I acquired a diploma in their Acting for Film and Television program.
Check out Megan's first film SUGAR
Sunday, December 15, 2019
Path To Life
by Mark Childerley
Dr David Archer unwittingly makes a huge scientific discovery which leads to a story of mystery and adventure.
Follow David on his journey which eventually brings a very important decision for Earth. The question is, do we act or not?
If you liked The Martian and Interstellar then this book is a must for your Sci-Fi collection.
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Thursday, December 12, 2019
Memoirs Of A Dying Man
Andrew Valentine is an old time Gangster, who with a click of his finger can do anything.
He is now coming to the end of his life, on his death bed.
With his final hours, starts having flashbacks about all the nasty things that happened while he was young and the people he eliminated, that got in his way.
This is a great project that is documented with all the facts as they happened!
Check out the TALENTED cast