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The Global Film Village: Tribute to Norman Jewison at Los Angeles County Museum of Art by Marla Lewin

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 Norman Jewison is a Canadian, although he always made Hollywood films, movies about social issues, humanity, and values, still they always entertained.  Cher, Faye Dunaway, Carl Reiner, Eva Marie Saint, Alan and Marilyn Bergman, Haskell Wexler were there to share this special evening with Norman. Stars honor Norman Jewison                          photo by Robert Primes Dawn Hudson from  Film Independent LA, began the evening and said from the stage, that she wanted to feel ...

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to be Site of Red Carpet Premiere of “Say it in Russian”

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  Hollywood, CA, (BusinessWire) April 14, 2009.   The Carmike 10 Theater in Pittsburgh will be the site of Imperia Entertainment’s (Pink Sheets: IMPN) red carpet Hollywood style premiere of its award winning romantic thriller, “Say it in Russian,” on May 3, 2009, at 8:00 p.m., the day before its limited theatrical release.  All of the company’s portion of its box office receipts will be donated to the Pittsburgh Fallen Heroes Fund in honor of the three Pittsburgh police officers ...

Golden Age of Hollywood Reborn in the Heartland with “Say it in Russian”

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HOLLYWOOD, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--America’s fascination with Hollywood that began in the 1930’s with the advent of “the movie star” is still alive, despite the fact that studio films now look more like video games and comic books. But one independent production company in Los Angeles has proposed to bring back Hollywood’s Golden Age, and is taking this message to Main Street, USA. On May 4, 2009, Imperia Entertainment’s (Pink Sheets:IMPN) award winning independent film, “Say it i...

Theatrical Trailer for Award Winning Romantic Thriller, Say it in Russian

Theatrical trailer for award winning movie coming to Carmike Cinemas May 4, 2009

"Say it in Russian" Sweeps Honolulu International Film Festival

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Imperia Entertainment, Inc. ‘s (Pink Sheets: IMPN) award winning romantic thriller, ‘Say it in Russian,’ watch the trailer with Faye Dunaway (Bonnie and Clyde) captured the Golden Palm for Best Feature Film and a Gold Kahuna Award at the 2009 Honolulu International Film Festival Sunday in Honolulu, Hawaii.  Agata Gotova was presented the Festival’s Award for Best Actress.    “I f...

Faye Dunaway Proves She’s Hot and Still Has It in “Say it in Russian,” Opening May 4th in Carmike Cinemas

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Faye Dunaway Proves She’s Hot and Still Has It in “Say it in Russian,” Opening  May 4th in Carmike Cinemas as part of Historic Independent Film SeriesHollywood, CA  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE--  Old stars don’t fay away, especially icons like Faye Dunaway, who recently locked horns with “Stepford Kid” Hilary Duff of Disney fame, who is reprising Dunaway’s Academy Award nominated role of Bonnie Parker in the remake of “Bonnie and Clyde.”  On May 4, 2009, Faye will have her rebutt...

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Dunaway Not Done Yet: AFM 2006

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By Liza Foreman Los Angeles - Bizarre characters are a fact of life at the American Film Market, the annual independent-film bazaar. But this year’s event reached a new level Tuesday when Faye Dunaway emerged from the regular crowd of low-rent producers and Hollywood wannabes. The last conference staged during the eight-day gathering (November 1st – 8th) was already wild enough with fifteen cinematographers crammed onto a small stage. They were busy discussing the selected topic of making ar...
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