This year at the Platinum Pias Community Awards Show for Actors and Artists, there is going to be a focus on “Movie Process” by virtue of a camera present that is recording the event to be used in the motion picture “Thrillumentary.”
If you would like to join the movie making process, stop by and say hello. The Platinum Pias are tomorrow! To find out where and when please go here.
The Eighth Annual Platinum Pias Community Awards Show for Artists are in only about a week away – Monday the 20th to be precise. Time flies when you’re having fun.
What is different about the Platinum Pias this year?
For one thing the focus is on actors and artists only.
Also, there are some new categories including the “Actor Making a Difference Platinum Pia,” the “Teaching Artist Making a Difference Platinum Pia,” the “Musician Making a Difference Platinum Pia” and the “Pop Icon Making a Difference Platinum Pia.”
Additionally, this year’s Platinum Pias will also be the first event at which MovieProcess.org will be announced. The announcement comes in the form of showing its graphic in the program. The reason we’re excited about this is because we believe that MovieProcess.org is going to make a difference in the lives of many actors and artists, empowering them to make movies that tell stories of social justice and making a difference which in turn will impact their audiences.
And of course another thing that is different about this year’s Platinum Pias is that we will be filmming for our mystery/thriller “Thrillumentary: Making a Difference Can be Murder.” It’s a fun and music-filled mystery about a filmmaker who must solve a killing to regain his faith in the goodness of people.
If you are going to be in the New York City area and you do not have your tickets yet for the Platinum Pias be sure to reserve them now.
See you soon!
Thank you Lights Camera Read for collaborating with us to create MovieProcess.org. Lights Camera Read developed the film system ArtGush.com and now is combining that methodology with the goals of MovieProcess.org.
If you are seeking empowerment to make films to showcase your acting work and tell cinematic stories about social justice and making a difference, look no further with MovieProcess.org.