1. Studio One Eighty Nine Launch at Opening Ceremony


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    Studio One Eighty Nine Launch at Opening Ceremony in Los Angeles, April 16th 2015. Powered by Lexus. Thank you to all our partners who made this wonderful event possible: Lexus, Opening Ceremony, Empowered by You, Absolut Elyx, DfM, DJ Uproot Andy and Silver Century.

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    • Girls Night Out


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      1997. 35mm. 32 minutes. On a Friday evening, Manhattan gallery owner Jack (50's) meets Claire and Victoria (both early 20's) on a Soho street and invites them up to his loft "to see his Max Ernst collages." What ensues is an unexpected and intimate exchange of secrets, dreams, and regrets between strangers. Cast: Rosario Dawson, Anna Grace, Daniel Von Bargen, Margaret Gibson and George Bartenieff Producer: Susan Stover Production Designer: Anne Stuhler Costume Designer: Kasia Walicka-Maimone Cinematographer: Peter Agliata Editor: Joe Mcormack Casting Director: Peggy Adler Composer: Carter Burwell Philadelphia Festival of World Cinema, 1998 Sedona International Film Festival, 1998 Women in Cinema Film Festival/Cinema Seattle, 1998 Worldfest-Charlston/Charlston International Film Festival, 1997 New York Exposition of Short Film and Video, 1997 Cinewomen Festival (England), 1997 St. Louis Film Festival, 1997 Northampton Film Festival, 1997 San Juan Cinemafest, 1997 Chicago International Film Festival, 1997 International Festival of Fantastic Films, 1997 Nantucket Film Festival, 1997 Boston Film Festival, 1997 The Boston Globe (Betsy Sherman, September 1997) "The finesse of director-writer Myra Paci and her cast helps Girls Night Out maneuver along a thorny path for its 32 minutes. One night in downtown Manhattan, a middle-aged man asks two college-age girls up to his loft for a glass of port and a look at his Max Ernst collages. Is this merely the eternal story of the dirty old man? Surprises are in store over the course of the long night. Daniel Von Bargen, a familiar movie and TV villain, here plays a character with some layers. For the girls of the title, Paci makes the most of Anna (Girls Town) Grace’s hard edges and of Rosario (Kids) Dawson’s warmth." The Seattle Weekly (Claire Dederer, January 21, 1998) "Among a crowd of hopefuls, a film worth checking out: Myra Paci’s Girls Night Out. It’s the story of two young Manhattan women who are lured up to a gallery owner’s apartment to see his etchings. We expect a morality tale to follow; someone always gets hurt when girls visit strange men. But Paci’s women don’t get used." Flagpole ( Mary Jessica Hammes, October 7, 1998) "Poetry, art and raw emotion weave together perfectly into a stunning little story. Claire (Anne Grace from Girls Town) and Victoria (Rosario Dawson from He Got Game, Kids) are targeted by an older man, Jack (Daniel Von Bargen of Philadelphia) who meets them on a Soho street one Friday night…thus begins an unnerving night that dumps the viewer thick into every conceivable emotion. Van Bargen’s performance is rattling; his attraction to the girls feels alternately slimy and golden. The overall anxiety is heightened by cinematography that is comparable to still photographs. Both Grace and Dawson nail their roles as well, but watching Grace in the throes of hypnosis in one revealing scene is like watching an underwater nature documentary; you feel like you can’t breathe." The St. Louis Riverfront Times (October 1997) "Girls Night Out…offers a compelling examination of the threat of sexual violence [and is] eerily slow, beautifully shot and finely acted….a worthwhile, surprising picture whose patient pacing is rewarded with unexpected and fruitful interactions between characters who, a mere 20 minutes earlier, had nothing to say to each other. In New York City, two young women agree to accompany an older man back to his loft to see his Ernsts; what ends up happening is both less and more than one would expect." Certificate of Merit, Chicago International Film Festival, 1997 Silver Award, Worldfest-Charlston/Charlston International Film Festival, 1997 Jury Award, New York Exposition of Short Film and Video, 1997

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      • Lakmé Fashion Week 2015 - WEvolve launches Manish Malhotra's Blue Runway show


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        WEvolve Global is an initiative which aims to end gender based violence and is looking to bend societal norms that often lead to it. It was officially launched with Manish Malhotra's Blue Runway show at the 2015 Lakmé Fashion Week. It's great to see the many celebrities from the fashion and film industry coming forward in support of this cause. Here is a behind the scenes look of the event. Event Coverage and Post Production: Zcyphher Studios

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        • THEY DIE BY DAWN extended clip + trailer


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          THEY DIE BY DAWN Extended Clip + Trailer Written & Directed by Jeymes Samuel Music by The Bullitts

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          • Death Proof Promo for the Horror Channel


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            Produced with my colleague Claire Munday. We wanted to reflect the style of the film by paying homage to the notorious Grindhouse genre. George Hobbs, our designer, went to town on the graphics with split screens, film burns, 'damaged tv', film grain, noise, lens flare and retro typography. The end board flickers with the Grindhouse warning slates and 'prevues of coming attractions' graphic taken from the film. Track: Flower Child, Ru Pops, Justin Sandercoe, Reece Gilmore, SATV

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            • Most Desirable Actresses of 2014 - A 'MOVIE TALK' Review


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              A movie review show called 'MOVIE TALK' in which filmmaker Tim Hellman and guests review current movies and talk about their lives as they relate to the films. This episode Tim and Bronson Krutsinger rank their top 10 most desirable actresses of 2014.   Music by The Pinwheels doing 'Mondays'.   Send us your movies to review: YouTube - Robotvirgin Facebook - TA Entertainment

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              • Fashion For Relief 2015


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                These are highlights from Naomi Campbell's Fashion For Relief show at New York City's Lincoln Center on February 14, 2015. Among those walking the runway (not in order): Paris Hilton, Mary J. Blige, Nene Leakes, Kelly Osborne with Brad Goreski, Tyson Beckford, June Ambrose with Joe Zee, Rosario Dawson with Alessio Pozzi, and Michelle Rodriguez. You can also see Jeffrey Wright hosting, as well as Russell Simmons and Christina Milian sitting in the audience.

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                • More from my Beyond the Red Carpet Story


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                  “More of my #BeyondTheCarpet story at the StudioOneEightyNine Pop Up Showroom in LA... So thrilled I get to share the line and the inspiration behind it all! Thank you Lexus and TheAList

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                  • Premiering Studio One Eighty Nine in LA !!!


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                    Teamed up with Lexus,The A List and Shine On Sierra Leone to premiere Studio One Eighty Nine in LA for the first time...! Designed and handmade in Ghana, we filled the trunk to the brim with samples for our pop up showroom. See what we've been up to! #BeyondTheCarpet #FashionRising #PoweredbyLexus

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