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Burbank, CA 91510

 

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ATTENDING NATPE'15?

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BURBANK:

Are you attending the National Association of Television Program Executive '15 in Miami? Well, if you're not, MPC will be glad to represent your products.

 

Each year we reach out to a small group of our production clients offering to represent their product line to networks, distributors and now, new media 2nd screen content distributors. 

 

We understand many of our colleagues are busy promoting productions at Film Festivals during that time with conflicting dates. Most of the smaller production companies can't be in two places at one time, so we reach out to help promote your products at half the cost of attending.

 

As many of you already know, NATPE is a very exclusive gathering of network and distribution executives. MPC has been attending the conference since the mid-'70's. The organization has made some changes over the years with a stronger international attendance and now a strong appeal to Internet companies and buyers. 

 

Often, when a company attends NATPE for the first time, they think this is where the deals are made. My experience has taught me, this is a conference where you meet the decision makers, get on their 'radar' and really work hard on the follow up. It is true, deals can be made at NATPE, but it's the follow up that closes the deals. 

 

Once we return from NATPE, we give you a list of companies who have shown an interest in your content. We turnover the names, business cards and report on the level of interest. Then it's up to you to do the 'leg work' from your location. 

 

So, if you're thinking about skipping the conference for whatever reason, but feel you need someone there to represent your finished production or to hand out trailers on up coming programming, then take a moment and consider this MPC offer. 

 

Contact John Cummings directly via email (jcc@tmpci.com) or call one of the office numbers listed above. Let us know the extent of your product line and available material and we'll evaluate the information and give you a cost. If you still want us to represent you, MPC signs a NDA and keep the business between us. We email the list of attendees from our data base and make them aware of your show prior to the conference. 

 

Time is limited, we only represent a minimum of programming or companies because of the amount of time this 3 day conference will allow. Let us know ASAP and you can have someone working for you at NATPE.   

 


  

GOODS NEWS BLUES ON TARGET

BURBANK:MPCi has completed major script revisions with the exciting story on the evolution of Gospel Music. This historic feature film will follow the path of Dr. Thomas A. Dorsey and others that brought this style of music to the forefront in 1930. Dr. Dorsey, made such an impact on the music industry and more importantly, Gospel, he was call the "Father of Gospel Music".

 

Several years ago, the MPCi production team began researching the evolution of Gospel. Amasingly, the birth of Gospel, know in the early days as "Good News Music", was influenced by Jazz and Blues, the true foundation for the "faith" church music. Dorsey, boldly adapted the 12 bar blues musical format from the Juke Joints and Speakeasies introducing the application or beat to the faithful. The church at that time, would either promote Southern sounds, "Spirituals" or very sophiticated Classical religious music. Once, "Good News Music" was introduced, the "Fathful" gravitated to the sound, which later inspired "Soul" music and has even been attributed to the sound of RAP. 

 

Women, also influenced the evolution in a very strong way. It was women who took this new sound to the churches and changed attitudes toward the beat from "Devils" music to solid faith music. The MPCi story, "GOOD NEWS BLUES" is sure to appeal to the many audiences who embrace the beat, lyric's and sound that will drive this movie to record heights.    

NEXT NEW PROJECT: THE LITTLE ESTER STORY

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MPCi is in negotication to produce the story on the trial of Ameraica's sweetheart, singer and entertainer, LITTLE ESTER.

 

Ester Jones, an American Vaudeville child entertainer was very popular around the world between 1922 and 1936. Little Ester entertained on the TOBA theater circuit and was enbraced in France, Germany and other European countries. A performance was requested by the King of Spain, Alphonso, the Spanish press billed Ester as "the sensation of Paris, London and New York as the Grand Artist of dance". 

 

When Max Fleischer and Paramount Studios developed the cartoon character "Betty Boop", they based the character on the signature "Boop-Oop-A-Doop" coined by Little Ester. In 1934, film and recording artist, Helen Kane challenged Fleischer and Paramount for 'stealing' the phase from her. The trial unfolded with crowds outside the court house. 

 

MPCi will develop the script along with historian, Jeffery Daniels in the UK. For more information, please contact MPCi.  

MPCI DEVELOPING FEATURE FILM "THE COLONEL"

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As part of MPCI's continued development of motion pictures on historic individuals who made a positive difference, Author/Writer Joann Sanneh is completing re-writes to the scripting of "THE COLONEL".

The movie development is part of the overall historical research and educational campaign on Col. Charles Young, who lead the famous Buffalo Soldiers. Young made a huge impact on race relations during the turn of the century as the first African-America commissioned US Army Colonel.
       
       
Ms. Sanneh, has dedicated three decades to the research and has developed a web site profiling data for use in schools and universities. "Enhancing the story with a potential mini-series will bring the project to a level of total understanding for those who study race relations in America", Ms. Sanneh commented.

MPCI has engaged in the initial task of presenting this project to the financial community as well as broadcast network interest. Once, funding is secured MPCI will begin the pre-production process. No production schedule is confirm at this time. MPCI has begun the film adaptation and development. For more information on Col. Young please visit the web site by clicking on the photo or http://www.colonelcharlesyoung.org/.

 MPCI DEVELOPING SCI-FI THRILLER
       
BURBANK: MPCI is currently in development with the Science Fiction thriller "CLAWS OF DARKNESS". The screenplay is an adaptation from the novel written by Authors, Jhon and Anita Lain.

From alien abduction to planetary mysteries, the Lain's captured a true feel for what could be in earth's dark future.

"Jhon told me about this story many years ago before penning the novel", said JC Cummings
       
MPCI CEO, "once, I heard the entire story plot, I was excited and mentioned to Jhon when he was ready for the big screen, reach out to me and we'd like 'first right of refusal' for the screenplay and production, that time came after sales of the novel were successful through Barnes and Noble."

Jhon and Anita Lain have been a writing team for many years with the inspiration from many novelist, but the one who offered suggestions was the Grand Master of Sci-fi Andre Norton. While Jhon was based at the MPCI offices at the Disney Studios back lot in Orlando, he had the opportunity to sit and discuss 'future Worlds' with Author Andre Norton. Norton gave him a few tips that helped Jhon develop and broadened his character base for "CLAWS OF DARKNESS"

MPCI has added "CLAWS OF DARKNESS" to the production slate for later this year or early 2014. MPCI's JC Cummings will produce and direct the feature using Sony's latest CineAlta F-55 camera's to capture the action.

Once financial details are completed, the next phase will be to lock in talent for the main character roles. Location scouting has already begun in Florida and North Carolina to shoot the on-location scenes. Sound stage activity has not yet been locked in pending where the location work will be completed.

For additional information on "CLAWS OF DARKNESS" please contact MPCI in the Burbank film development offices at 818.480.4001 or to purchase a copy of the novel from the Internet, Click on the book cover or go to: www.barnesandnoble.com/s/Claws-of-Darkness-by-Jhon-and-Anita-Lain?keyword=Claws+of+Darkness+by+Jhon+and+Anita+Lain&store=ebook
       

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