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Hue Entertainment in association with Rob Child and Assoc., LLC have announced a new speaking tour in commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg.
Gettysburg: "The Making of an Historical Epic"
Join Emmy® nominated director, Robert Child, for a special presentation and discussion of his upcoming film focused on the 150th Anniversary of the battle of Gettysburg Get an inside look at what it takes to capture 20,000 Civil War reenactors, hundreds of cannons and horses in a visual spectacle recreating the greatest battle ever fought on American soil.
Contact: Lisa Gage for more information or to schedule a presentation
Hue Entertainment / (215) 266 - 8426 / Lisa1lg3@gmail.com
P H I L A F I L M
The Philadelphia International Film Festival & Market
PO Box 48134
Philadelphia, PA 19144
For Immediate Release:
January 28, 2013
PHILAFILM, in association with the MILITARY CHANNEL, presents "A Tribute To African American Veterans", Sunday, February 3rd, 2013, at the world-renowned BARNES FOUNDATION, 20th street & Ben Franklin Parkway in downtown Philadelphia.
Two (2) screenings of the EMMY-nominated and PHILAFILM BEST Documentary award-winning film,"The Wereth Eleven", kick off the day's events. First screening is at 10:00am - 11:20am, followed by "A Conversation With The Director, ROB CHILD", 11:30pm - 12:15pm. Rob will greet the audience and discuss the making of the film. At 12:30pm, a Veterans' Panel discussion focusing on issues affecting veterans during, and after service. Facilitating this activity...Dr. William H. Harris, Ph.D., a 91 year-old, WW II combat "Vet", Richard Scott, Commander, Post 175, Doylestown VFW, Doylestown, PA., and George Lindsey, Chaplain, Post 175, Doylestown VFW.
Special invitations were extended to the VA Hospitals in Philadelphia and Coatesville, PA. An enthusiastic response and support from the Communications and Public Relations offices of both facilities was received,
prompting an anticipated strong presence from out-patient, and facility-bound veterans alike.
Because of PECO Energy's "First Free Sundays at the BARNES" sponsorship, admission for the general public is FREE from 1 pm - 6 pm. The event is part of PECO's themed program for Black History Month.
Robert Child, a prior resident of Bucks County, is currently touring schools and universities during Black History month to spread awareness of the film. Robert has also been commissioned to produce and direct the upcoming 150th Anniversary of Gettysburg documentary, which will feature a live reenactment of over 20,000 soldiers and an anticipated 70,000 spectators.
For more information on PHILAFILM, contact Larry Smallwood, firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information on Rob Child, Director of Wereth Eleven, contact Lisa Gage,email@example.com.
I just learned that Military Channel has rescheduled the air date for The Wereth Eleven it is now Thursday February 21st at 10PM. The change was made presumably to do more on air promotion for the program. I hope all can tune into the broadcast or at least set your DVR.
Seized in a German museum outside Berlin by the Red Army Trophy Brigade during the last chaotic hours of WWII the masterpiece is part of an hidden stash of billions of dollars worth of stolen art the Russians want kept secret.
Karpov’s plans to extort the Putin administration are met with an iron fist and he turns to the world stage releasing a shocking tape to the BBC declaring he will burn the van Gogh and other paintings if his ransom is not paid in seven days.
The Russian van Gogh is a thrilling international race against time as the van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam posts a $10 Million dollar reward for the captured painting’s return. And British Secret Service along with WWII stolen art recovery experts, The Monuments Men, all join the hunt.
The Monuments Men, founded at Harvard University, dispatches Art History Professor and Forensic Art Detective Riley Spenser, the world’s leading expert on the paintings of van Gogh to authenticate the painting. If it is truly the lost van Gogh from WWII it’s value could reach $300 million. Riley teams with British MI6 Agent, Justin Watson, and together speed to Moscow and eventually to the most dangerous city in Russia to find the painting.
From first page to last the story is a gripping intelligent page-turner filled with intrigue and peppered with cinematic action that jumps off the page like a major motion picture.
A fast-paced ride, The Russian van Gogh, is the latest thriller from acclaimed Writer / Director and Emmy® nominated Filmmaker, Robert Child.