International Talent Search for Teenage Film Actors

Brasov Talent Agency Will Award 25 Contracts to Teenagers in the Next Two Months

HOLLYWOOD, Calif. – July 10, 2017 — Film director and Executive in Charge of Brasov Talent Agency, Mr. Bruno Pischiutta, announced today that the Agency is looking to expand its international roster in order to include an additional 25 (male and female) English speaking teenage film actors.  

Ms. Daria Trifu, film producer and General Manager of the Agency, adds: “Our Agency is looking for new talent, determined young men and women, who’s aim is to pave the Hollywood Walk of Fame with their names in the near future. We are opening our door to everyone, in the teenage bracket, and no experience is required. We call on aspiring actors to contact us, from any country of the world, and we will carefully consider all inquiries.” 

Brasov Talent Agency has an exclusivity agreement with Global Film Studio to provide the actors for the feature films produced by the company. The decision to contract 25 new teenage film actors comes in lieu of Global Film Studio’s availability of roles in it’s ten upcoming movies. 

The Agency’s services are not limited to in-house productions. It’s talents are also proposed for parts to major American and European film production companies and assisted, step-by-step, throughout the stages of initial casting to contract negotiation/signing and to production. 

All interested talents who speak English and who match the age criteria, may contact Bruno Pischiutta at b.pischiutta@rollywood.org. Their e-mail should contain several pictures, basic data and contact information. 

Brasov Talent Agency, a Division of Global Film Studio Inc., represents international, English speaking film actors on either an exclusive or non-exclusive basis only. The new contracts, to be signed in the next couple of months, will bring the total number of actors, under Brasov Talent Agency’s umbrella of representation, to 62. 

Brasov Talent Agency also has a talent pool of over 4,000 models and actors who may be available on a project-by-project basis.  

Website: http://www.brasovtalentagency.wordpress.com

Bruno Pischiutta’s IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0994395/

Daria Trifu’s IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1819138/

Contact Detail:

Company Name: Brasov Talent Agency, a Division of Global Film Studio Inc.
Contact Person: Bruno Pischiutta
Email: b.pischiutta@rollywood.org
Phone No: +1 646-300-9232
Country: United States
Website Url: http://www.brasovtalentagency.com

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Manufactured Housing Institute Lobbying Clouded by New Controversy

  • “Pay more attention to what people do than what they say,”

    – MHI award-winner, Marty Lavin

  • Manufactured Housing Institute Lobbying Clouded by New Controversy

    The Manufactured Housing Institute (MHI) has created its own controversy, on the eve of their much ballyhooed “Legislative Fly-In” for lobbying members of Congress in Washington, D.C.  

    Two of that manufactured home industry trade association’s senior staffers were allegedly involuntarily terminated, days prior to their event, as was first reported by the Daily Business News, at this link here.

    The Arlington, VA based trade group has removed the names of former Vice Presidents Lois Starkey, and Tom Heinemann from their staff roster, but would not answer questions as to the cause of the two departures.

    While the MHI Executive Committee members presumably know, queries to several other MHI board members and state association executives revealed that many were in the dark about the staff changes.  “I don’t know. If so, I didn’t hear. If I hear something, I will let you know,” read one email to MHProNews.

    I have not heard. As long as she’s [Lois Starkey] been there I can’t see her quitting without sending some communication out. Obviously, she was rushed out regardless,” said another message.

    Sources suggested to MHProNews.com that Lesli Gooch – Senior VP, a Ph.D. and failed Republican candidate for Congress – demanded and got the two former MHI vice presidents’ terminations.

    There was also friction reported between MHI President, Richard A. Jennison, and VP Starkey.

    Starkey was involved in the more technical side of the federally regulated HUD Code for manufactured housing. Sources say that while work-arounds are possible, not having that kind of experience on staff for a technical role is troubling.

    Starkey also is said to have had perhaps the most total tenure with MHI, outside of their educational affiliate. 

    Some of the current VPs have only 1 to 3 years with the association.  Their president, Richard A. “Dick” Jennison, has just over 5 years with MHI. 

    Comparing those tenures to manufactured housing industry state associations, or the Manufactured Housing Association for Regulatory Reform (MHARR), places MHI senior staff among the least experienced association people in the industry.

    Terminations – Signaling an MHI Pivot Regarding HUD? 

    Sources are also saying that under growing pressure from grassroots elements of the industry, that MHI might be relenting on asking the Trump Administration for a new administrator over the HUD’s Manufactured Housing Program.  HUD Secretary Dr. Ben Carson would be the agency’s top person over that department. The manufactured housing program is currently led by Pamela Beck Danner, JD.

    Commenting on Starkey, one source told MHProNews that “She [Lois] and Pamela Danner appeared to be tight. Pamela always went straight to her at any event and would generally see them leaving to go have dinner together.”

    Several industry voices have been calling for a change at the leadership of the HUD Code manufactured home program, including an MHI award-winning retailer, Doug Gorman.

    Mark Weiss, President and CEO of the Manufactured Housing Association for Regulatory Reform (MHARR), MHProNews editorially, and even voices from within MHI have called for a new program administrator to replace Danner, as part of a necessary changes the industry is seeking at HUD.

    MHARR has accused HUD of being out of compliance with federal law on several issues. MHARR’s leadership has also said that MHI ‘goes along to get along’ with HUD, which hurts independent producers, perhaps to the indirect benefit of larger ones.  That Washington, D.C. based trade rival to MHI says that while they are representing HUD Code manufactured home producers, the harm being done applies to communities, retailers, suppliers, and all those who want to see the industry grow more rapidly.

    One rumor is that Starkey – who has some history with Danner – and Heinemann, who was formerly with HUD – were in part being swept away to make room for a shift on MHI policy regarding keeping or replacing Danner.  That could not be confirmed, as of publication time.

    The Fly-In Agenda’s Featured Focus Itself is Doubtful

    MHProNews has previously reported that third party research reveals that MHI’s plan for reforming Dodd-Frank is unlikely to pass. Their bill, dubbed Preserving Access to Manufactured Housing, has been through 3 prior congressional cycles, having failed to pass it each time. The most recent reports on that topic, are linked here and here.

    For the report on the two MHI terminations, along with related controversies at MHI, click the link here.

    For commentary on this incident, framed in the context of the need to reform the Manufactured Housing Institute (MHI), click here.

    For MHARR’s position on their call to replace Danner, click this link here. ##

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    StreamNet.TV Seeks to be changer to companies like Netflix, Hulu, Apple TV, YouTube, & Amazon Prime

    LAS VEGAS, NV – Jan 24, 2017) – StreamNet.TV feels we are capable of being a game changer to companies like Netflix, Hulu, Apple TV, YouTube, & Amazon Prime. Many StreamNet.TV channels will be available to consumers in Virtual Reality & 3D Commercial Free. 

    Live HD concerts by The Four Tops, The Manhattans featuring Gerald Alston & Blue Lovett, Temptations Review featuring Dennis Edwards, Chi-lites, Delfonics, TV shows, and an array of movies will be available on a 30-day subscription with unlimited views. 

    StreamNet.TV content can be seen on over 400 mobile devices. StreamNet.TV is a boutique Pay Per View Video on Demand Streaming Platform. Many of the titles offered will be exclusive to this platform. StreamNet.TV is in the process of closing many acquisitions. 

    StreamNet.TV is looking forward to closing the master tapes acquisition to 40 Movie & Film libraries. 10,000 to 20,000 titles are in the movie/film purchase. Many A List Actors are featured on the master tapes. 

    StreamNet.TV currently displays the company corporate site. The corporate site will switch over to a full-blown state of the art VOD Streaming Platform. StreamNet.TV rollout is scheduled for the first quarter of 2017. The platform will be available in many companies worldwide. 

    On November 23, 2016, the SEC declared StreamNet Inc. offering under Regulation A+ had been qualified for sale to investors.

    SEC Qualification: 
    https://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/1681343/999999999416000125/xslQUALIFX01/primary_doc.xml

      

    What is Regulation A+

    Reg A+ of Title IV of the JOBS Act is a type of offering which allows private companies to raise up to $50 Million from the public. Like an IPO, Reg A+ allows companies to offer shares to the public and not just accredited investors. 

    What is Tier 1

    Under Tier 1, a company can raise up to $20 million in any 12-month period. In connection with any offering under Regulation A+, all investors must be provided with, or given information to access, an offering circular. 

    Says CEO Darryl Payne, “I am very happy and excited with the SEC’s decision to grant our company qualification. This wonderful program allows investors to invest in early stage companies. I applaud the JOBS Act for launching this incredible avenue of connecting new companies with investors.” 

    StreamNet.TV shall expand the capability of the broadcast station. The introduction of Internet protocol media distribution, and interactive geography based consumer apps. 

    StreamNet’s mission is to protect the rights of content owners and bridge the complex world of analogue, digital, HD, and new cloud based technologies. CEO Darryl Payne has a career spanning 41 years as a music producer and label owner. He has accumulated an extensive library of more than 40,000 masters and television shows featuring the world’s biggest entertainers. Darryl Payne produced concerts are recognized around the globe. His catalogs are used by music companies and television networks reaching into millions of homes. 

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    Interested investors can send an email for additional information at www.StreamNet.TV or www.DarrylPayneProducer.com

    Contact Detail:

    Company Name: StreamNet
    Contact Person: Darryl Payne, CEO
    Email: info@streamnet.tv
    Phone No: 702 721 9915
    Country: United States
    Website Url: http://www.StreamNet.TV


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