New York True Venture Film Festival Friday, September 9th @ 8pm Producers Club Theaters & Bar (Theater II) 358 44th Street btw 8th & 9th Ave Manhattan, NY 10036 Tickets & Passes: https://filmfreeway.com/NYTVFF/tickets
Another round of applause for our good friend Milan Lazistan for a new film festival acceptance to the video we produced for him, UNINVITED! It previously won “Most Creative Music Video” at WMIFF earlier this year. Now it will be part of the Teaneck-based event happening Sept. 9 through the 11. For more info on tickets, visit http://www.nefilmfestival.com/
Another big news day for us at AJ Epyx Productions! First, our newly award-winning short film Dismissal Time has been accepted to screen at the first annual Dirty Popcorn Black Film Festival in Wilmington, DE! Info is as follows:
The event kicks off at 10:00 AM on Saturday, August 13th at The Delaware Art Museum and runs until 4:00 PM. Events include short film showings, meet and greet with local filmmakers, Q&A panel and an awards ceremony for selected films.
The festival is free to the public, but due to limited space, registration is required. Please be sure to register if you plan to attend. Don’t miss the chance to experience the masterpieces created by local filmmakers.
Delaware Art Museum 2301 Kentmere Parkway Wilmington, Delaware 19806
Additionally, Milan Lazistan’s pandemic-themed music video “Angelina” got accepted to screen at this year’s Newark International Film Festival! The event will take place September 7-11. More info to be announced about the screening date and time soon. Congrats to all!
Now Casting “Thought it Was You,” an R&B/jazz music video for singer/songwriter Zoiea Ohizep which was previously featured on Bob Baldwin’s album, Welcome to the Games. Synopsis: “Thought it Was You” is a music video about a club singer whose eyes are drawn to a woman in the audience who reminds him of a lost love.
Mystery Woman – Supporting, Female, 35-55.
Attractive and seductive-looking audience member. Has a mystery about herself that catches the singer’s attention during his performance. Loves wine drinking.a
Past Girlfriend – Supporting, Female, 30-45.
Full of life, bold, sexy, and playful. She’s the ex-girlfriend of the singer that is seen in flashbacks during romantic times in the past.
See the full breakdown and more info on how to submit at Backstage.
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, AJ Epyx Productions’ first feature film from 2008, PRICELESS, is now available to stream on Amazon Prime Video for customers in the U.S. and the U.K.! This is a newly remastered version of the film in full HD with a slightly shorter run time than the previous releases.
For those unfamiliar with the film written and directed by Andre’, the story follows a womanizing jewel thief (Andre’ Joseph) who tries to reform his ways by reuniting with his former girlfriend-turned-single mother (Tasha Perri) while running from vicious mobsters. The film features Anthony Mangano from Green Book; Bernard “Pretty Purdie who is the world’s most recorded drummer best known for working with Aretha Franklin, Steely Dan, and countless other artists (Also has a huge following in Japan); A.J. Pero the late drummer of the 80s rock band Twisted Sister; Mohamed Dione who played Whoopi Goldberg’s son in a famous episode of Law & Order: Criminal Intent; Lisa Regina from The Sopranos; Robert Clohessy from Boardwalk Empire and Blue Bloods; Brandon Hannan from The Sopranos; Aesha Waks from Gotham; Laneya Wiles from Gimme Shelter.
Rent or buy PRICELESS today. Watch the original trailer below:
If you want to check out Milan Martin‘s music video ANGELINA on the big screen, come to the Atlantic City Cinefest on Saturday, October 23 in BLOCK 8 at 8:05 p.m. – 10:10 p.m.
$5 per block/$20 for all festival pass. To order online, visit https://filmfreeway.com/atlanticcitycinefest/tickets. Half-price tickets for family members of filmmakers must be purchased at the door. All films screened at Stockton University’s Atlantic City Residence Complex, 3701 Boardwalk. All screening times are rounded up to a whole number. Masks must be worn in the auditorium.
“Angelina” is a a pandemic-themed music video project for award-winning musician Milan Lazistan from his album “The Neverending Summer”. The story follows two people connecting through a dating site whose lives change while separated in quarantine.
“Angelina” From the album THE NEVERENDING SUMMER Written and recorded by Milan Lazistan III Engineered by Bill Mann of Blue Cyclone Studios (Flemington, NJ)
Cast Dre – Andre’ Joseph Angelina – Catherine Perrelli Editor-in-Chief – Abby Lindsay
Crew Director, Producer, Writer – Andre’ Joseph Original Concept – Andre’ Joseph and Marcos Cosme Cinematography – Andre’ Joseph Editor & Titles – Eric Joseph Cohen Special Thanks – Christine Perrelli, Janine Scamardella, Erin Marie Adams, Bianca Celestina, Shanneece Harrison, Anissa Smith, Kathryn Mary Wood, Donna Murphy
Filmed on location in Bear, DE. Shot on the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH4. Lazi-Ginger Publishing and 2021 AJ Epyx Productions, LLC
THE NEVERENDING SUMMER LP is available at Amazon, Apple Music, and Spotify. Follow Milan on Instagram @milan3rd Subscribe to Milan on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/milannj Follow Andre’ Joseph on Twitter and Instagram @ajepyx Subscribe to The AJ Epyx Productions Website at ajepyxproductions.com
Next Wednesday, August 4th at 5pm eastern, we will be premiering the pandemic-themed music video “Angelina” for award-winning musician Milan Lazistan from his latest album “The Neverending Summer“. Filmed in secret earlier this year and masterfully edited by our award-winning Vendetta Games editor Eric J. Cohen, this may require a glass of wine and an handkerchief for your own viewing. Subscribe to our YouTube channel to get the alert when it drops Wednesday!
BIG ANNOUNCEMENT: The BeBop Channel, home of the NY Jazz Film Festival where our short film THE SAXOPHONIST won Best Film in 2018, is holding a Viewers’ Choice Awards where all film currently available on The BeBop Channel app are eligible to win cash prizes up to $5000. There’s no doubt these funds will help us towards our next important film project. Between June 1st (Today) thru July 30th, YOU can help us win the big prize by simply watching THE SAXOPHONIST on The BeBop Channel website or app and then take the time to write a written review in the “Members Area” section.
The voting will be tabulated as follows: films will receive one “vote” per one “view” of their film. Should a fan take the time to write a review in the Member Area of our website, the film will receive 100 “votes” per written review. You just need to watch the film during the voting period to get counted!
The voting will be tabulated based upon the number of views and written reviews as follows:
Each Written Review (written in our Member Area) = 100 votes