Splice Productions and North American Film Theatrical Corporation would like to invite you to the screening of the Canadian independent feature film, NARA which will be screened for the first time to the public (3 months ahead of its official theatrical release) at the Hamilton Film Festival. Q&A with the director will follow the screening. Details as follows:
FILM TITLE: NARA
GENRE : Suspense/Thriller
RATING: This film is not yet rated ( Recommended for 14 +)
VENUE: The Staircase - 27 Dundurn St. N, Hamilton, Ontario
DATE: Friday November 7th, 2008
TICKETS: $10 at the door
OFFICIAL WEBSITE: http://www.narathemovie.com
FESTIVAL WEBSITE: http://www.hamiltonfilmfestival.com
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I work with Jacqueline Norton from the Film Office for the City of Hamilton. We are currently undertaking a project to promote Hamilton's Economic Development and Real Estate Division, mainly to attract new investment to the city, and require a female to read for a part that will be filmed and posted on our website. Although this is not a paid opportunity, it can certainly be used as part of your portfolio. If you are interested, please contact me via the members list on this site or firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible Thank you.
Further to my post below, we're still looking for a female to read for a part regarding Hamilton's Economic Development and Real Estate Division's new website and extend an invitation once again.. If you are interested, please contact me via the members list on this site or email@example.com as soon as possible. Thank you.
The Dalai Lama shared the following simple practice that will increase loving and compassion in the world.
1. Spend 5 minutes at the beginning of each day remembering we all want the same things (to be happy and be loved) and we are all connected to one another.
2. Spend 5 minutes -- breathing in - cherishing yourself; and, breathing out - cherishing others. If you think about people you have difficulty cherishing, extend your cherishing to them anyway.
3. During the day extend that attitude to everyone you meet. Practice cherishing the simplest person (clerks, attendants, etc., as well as the "important" people in your life; cherish the people you love and the people you dislike).
4. Continue this practice no matter what happens or what anyone does to you.
These thoughts are very simple, inspiring and helpful. The practice of cherishing can be taken very deep if done wordlessly; allowing yourself to feel the love and appreciation that already exists in your heart.