Joey Sinko

Published on Mar 30, 2012 by brokentvpictures

Every Autograph has a story. “A LETTER TO MARTY,” Actor John Grimm (Joey Sinko) must make the decision of choosing to attend his own movie premiere or meet his beloved cinematic hero. The official “NOT NOW JOHN” PROMO. A web-series that pays a heartfelt tribute to the past and present masters of cinema while touching on the perils on the movie industry.
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Changing Hands Trailer…

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Look To The Stars Reports…. Ultimate Bad Guy Does Good At Childrens Hospital…

Actor/producer/director Scott L. Schwartz recently worked on his next film in Cincinnati, OH. While Scott was in town he visited the children at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, as well as The Boys and Girls Club of Greater Cincinnati, on behalf of the Scott L. Schwartz Children’s Foundation.

Scott L. Schwartz is widely known as the “Ultimate Bad Guy” from his acting career including: Ocean’s 11, 12 & 13, Starsky & Hutch, Spiderman, Fun With Dick And Jane, Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Star Trek Voyager, among other feature films. Scott L. Schwartz has been visiting children’s hospitals worldwide for the past 12 years after losing his sister to lung cancer in 1998. He realizes the value and impact of making a lasting impression on children with cancer and how important it is to make each child feel special. Scott enjoys visiting pediatric hospitals and bringing what joy he can into the lives of every child he visits. They are always smiling during his visits and usually begging him to return soon.


One of the newest missions that Scott L. Schwartz Children’s Foundation supports is Santa’s Gift. The mission of Santa’s Gift is to bring hope to hospitalized children during a traumatic time of their lives. An interactive visit with Santa allows children to forget their worries for a short period of time by bringing cheer to both the patients and their families. Each child receives an instant photo with Santa as well as an “I Am Loved” teddy bear.

The Scott L. Schwartz Children’s Foundation is making a difference in the lives of each child in need by continuing to visit hospitals worldwide, helping Santa’s Gift, Children’s Hospital of Orange County (CHOC), and Toys For Tots Foundation of Seal Beach.

For more information, visit www.scottlschwartzchildrensfoundation.wordpress.com.

Read more: http://www.looktothestars.org/news/6717-ultimate-bad-guy-does-good-at-childrens-hospital#ixzz1UHPSura2

“Getting Back To Your Childhood” Masquerade Ball Featuring Celebrity Host: Sean Kanan

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EVENT:
“Getting Back To Your Childhood” Masquerade Ball
Featuring Celebrity Host: Sean Kanan

DATE:
Saturday March 26, 2011

TIME:
7:00pm – 9:00pm

LOCATION:
SideBar in Glendale
(10 min from Hollywood) 1114 North Pacific Avenue
Glendale, CA 91202

BENEFICIARY:
Reading, Writing, It’s Exciting!
The purpose of Reading, Writing, It’s Exciting! is to mentor kids in Los Angeles in writing and reading. They work closely with schools, so that teachers handpick the students who need their help the most. Each year, Reading, Writing, It’s Exciting!:
• Teaches children how to write a story with their own ideas
• Brings out the creativity in kids with fun imagination games
• Provides mentors to help children write their own stories
• Helps children read their story out loud in front of a group
• Gives kids the opportunity to read their own creative stories in front their families and friends at a bookstore.

Stats:
• According to the California Department of Education, only 41% of LAUSD
students are proficient in Language Arts (reading/writing)
• Research has shown that students who are not reading and writing at
grade level by the 3rd grade fall further and further behind their
classmates, and rarely ever catch up. (The Annie E. Casey Foundation)
• Furthermore, the numbers have shown that 50-80% of these children who can’t
read or write eventually drop out of high school, are unemployed, commit
crimes, or join gangs. (The Washington Literacy Council)
• Several states actually base their future prison building plans on these
numbers. That’s how accurate they are!
We are hoping by reaching these children now, they won’t become a part of these statistics.

ATTIRE:
Our Informal/Formal black and white masquerade ball encourages men to wear suits or tuxedos and women to wear white or black. Masks are required; some will be available for purchase at the event. (All proceeds benefit RWE). Not acceptable; typical Halloween costumes, short dresses, street clothes and scary masks.

Tickets:
$10.00. Tickets include entry to event, auction, entertainment, hors d’oeuvres, drinks, 2 raffle tickets.
Age Requirement: You must be 21 years old or older to attend. AB Weddings & Special Events reserves the right to refuse ticket sales when necessary.

Master of Ceremonies:
Sean Kanan (The Young and the Restless, General Hospital, The Bold and the Beautiful, Karate Kid III)
Silent Auction: Come browse our auction items donated by celebrities, local artists, local businesses and members of the charity.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

WORKSHOP FILMS 2, LLC ANNOUNCES THEATRICAL RELEASE OF THE SCI-FI THRILLER ‘THE RIG’

Peter Atencio Directs William Forsythe in Thriller with Bruce Fowler Score and Davis Fandino designed creature…

August 20, 2010 (Los Angeles, CA) Workshop Films 2, LLC, Peter Atencio, (Director/Editor) and James D. Benson (Producer) announced the theatrical release of the 94-minute feature film, ‘The Rig’, starring William Forsythe and Art LaFleur. The trailer can be viewed by visiting the website at: www.therigmovie.com.

Summary:
Events begin unfolding on ‘The Rig’ when a tropical storm forces an offshore drilling company to evacuate all non-essential personnel from the “Charlie” oil rig. The remaining crew settles in to ride out the storm. Isolated on the rig, their night is interrupted when a crewmember goes missing and an extensive search proves futile. Slowly, they discover that a deadly creature is stalking the crew, eliminating them one by one. Surrounded by nothing but raging ocean with no hope of escape, the roughnecks try to survive the stormy night with an unrelenting force hunting them down.

‘The Rig’ is a sci-fi thriller that takes you on a ride in the tradition of classic thrillers like ‘Alien’ and ‘Predator’. ‘The Rig’ was shot entirely on location on a real, working oil rig in Morgan City, Louisiana. The ‘Mr. Charlie’ Rig was the first mobile drilling rig ever constructed and now doubles as a museum and a roughneck training facility, and provides a great canvas that delivers a production quality otherwise unachievable.

Bruce Fowler (orchestrator for ‘Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen’ and ‘Angels & Demons’, etc…) composed more than 70 minutes of original score for ‘The Rig’. Bruce Fowler has been working in the film music industry for 20 years, both as an orchestrator and conductor for such notable films as ‘The Dark Knight’, ‘Gladiator’, ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’, ‘The Lion King’, ‘Armageddon’, ‘The Rock’, and many, many more. The creature in ‘The Rig’ was created by Davis Fandino and Matt Killen, who did the creature effects in ‘Alien vs. Predator, Requiem’.

Coming soon:
‘The Rig’ will be playing at various theatres all over the US and in all major cities, check local listings for times. October 5, 2010 ‘The Rig’ will be released by Starz/Anchor Bay Entertainment and will be available on Amazon, Netflix, etc…

For Press/Media/Booking:
Extreme Public Relations
Misty Griffey
Direct: (323) 570-1328
Email: mistyepr@gmail.com

www.therigmovie.com

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Scott L. Schwartz is making an appearance at the Chicagoland Expo…

Carol Stream, IL Actor/Producer/Director Scott L. Schwartz will be a special guest at Chicagoland Expo from September 9-12th at the Holiday Inn, Carol Stream, IL. For more information please visit: http://www.nonsportcardexpo.com/. While Scott is in town he will also be handing out food to the needy at Alicia’s House Food Pantry (http://www.aliciashouse.org/1.html) on Tuesday September 7, 2010.

Scott L. Schwartz is widely known as the “Ultimate Bad Guy” from his acting career which includes: Ocean’s 11, 12 & 13, Starsky & Hutch, Fun With Dick And Jane, Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Star Trek Voyager, and many more feature films. Scott L. Schwartz has also been visiting children’s hospitals worldwide for the past 12 years after losing his sister to lung cancer in 1998. After that he realized the value and impact in making a lasting impression on these children with cancer and how important it is to make each child feel special and cared about. Scott enjoys visiting the cancer centers and bringing what joy he can into the lives of every child he visits, they are always smiling when he leaves the rooms and usually begging him to return soon.

Scott L. Schwartz Children’s Foundation is under way with upcoming appearances from Scott and events for children of all ages. Scott plans to make a difference in the lives of each child in need by continuing to visit hospitals worldwide. For more information please visit: www.scottlschwartzchildrensfoundation.wordpress.com.

For Press/Media/Booking:
Extreme Public Relations
Email: mistyepr@gmail.com
Direct: (323) 570-1328
www.mistyepr.com

For Immediate Release

August 13, 2010

Changing Hands Film gets accepted into Southern Appalachian International Film Festival…

SOAPIFF (Southern Appalachian International Film Festival) is the first film festival to accept and showcase independent feature ‘Changing Hands’, starring Kevin Sorbo, Antonio Fargas, Erika Eleniak, Eddie Jemison and Vernon Wells.

Veteran actor Scott L. Schwartz (Oceans 11, 12 &13, Starsky and Hutch, etc…) makes his directorial debut with the independent feature ‘Changing Hands’. An amazing star studded cast that includes: Kevin Sorbo, Antonio Fargas, Erika Eleniak, Eddie Jemison, Vernon Wells, Scott Macdonald, James Martin Kelly, Carman Licciardello, Mars Crain, Tony Longo, Carl Stilliitano, Scott L. Schwartz, Sebastian Valdes, Kaylee Beth Dodson, Holt Boggs, George O’Mara, Daniel Roebuck and Brad Kesten round out this extremely unique and compelling tale of fate.

Synopsis:
Sometimes the origin of a gun is a dubious journey. What goes around, comes around; such a true statement in every effect. ‘Changing Hands’ tells the story of a gun, and the path is takes on its journey through different hands. From stolen roots, to unscrupulous trades, to robberies and assaults, this film follows the twists and turns of the travels of the gun through a thrilling path.

Southern Appalachian International Film Festival, (SOAPIFF) where one can watch world-class films within minutes of glorious hiking trails through the Blue Ridge and Smoky Mountains. The purpose of SOAPIFF is to publicly recognize, promote, and preserve the work of independent filmmakers and encourage film production and film culture in Southern Appalachia. The Filmmaker can film in a kaleidoscope of site locations that provide a unique setting in Southern Appalachia. Films you might know that were shot in Southern Appalachia: “Dirty Dancing,” “Goodbye, Miss 4th of July,” “The River,” “What about Bob” among others. SOAPIFF has revived an annual film festival in greater East Tennessee, the birthplace of the oldest continuous independent film festival in the American South (the Sinking Creek Film Celebration*). Therefore one of their most prestigious awards is dedicated to Sinking Creek founder Mary Jane Coleman. Website: www.soapiff.com

Official Website:
www.changinghandsfilm.com

For more information on interviews, film festival or to receive a copy of the movie for review please contact Misty Griffey at: mistyepr@gmail.com or direct at: (323) 570-1328.