REEL News: October 15

Sorry ladies, it’s been awhile.

We have been in the phases of revamping the format of REEL Ladies so I’ve been busy busy busy! We will be launching our video chats next week so stay tuned for those. We are changing up the format of our blog a tad bit to give the readers what they are looking for!

So below you will find all kinds of interesting tidbits for this week’s REEL News



Days after Theresa Peters left the William Morris Agency, United Talent Agency has hired her as a partner and agent in its talent department.
She signed late Friday and Saturday, UTA issued a release declaring that Peters would bring her client list, including James McAvoy, Kirsten Dunst, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Rachel Bilson, Mandy Moore, Hugh Dancy, Joshua Jackson, Justin Chatwin, Eric Christian Olsen, Brian Geraghty, Joseph Cross, Jason Clarke, Rachael Taylor, Isabel Lucas, Emma Booth and Emily Browning.
Making the…WHAT?!

MTV Viewers were completely shocked with the season finale of Making the Band 4. Yes ladies and gents, Aubrey finally got the boot.
Some say it is a publicity stunt but I seriously doubt it. This girl has been off the chain for a minute and I don’t blame Puffy for looking out for his business.
BUT OH MY! The way that it went down was clearly out of the blue and unexpected for these ladies. So all we can do is wait and see what happens next season (or do like I did and run to the laptop and google aubrey)!

Here’s just a few of festival deadline coming up that you might want to look into!
Santa Cruz Film Festival
Early Deadline: 10/15/08 Register HERE

California Independent Film Festival
Deadline: 10/15/08
Register HERE

Women’s International Film Festival
Early Deadline: 10/15/08
Register HERE

Ann Arbor Film Festival
Deadline: 10/15/08
Register HERE

Nashville Film Festival
Deadline: 10/17/08
Register HERE

Sedona International Film Festival
Late Deadline: 10/20/08
Register HERE

Omaha Film Festival
Late Deadline: 10/26/08
Register HERE



Filmmaker Assistance Program (FAP), Through the Filmmaker Assistance Program (FAP), the National Film Board of Canada helps talented young people to complete their films. FAP supports films that are experimental and innovative in form or content, films that might not have been produced without the NFB help. Support includes equipment loans, post-production services and technical assistance directly related to the production of a film. See website for various regional deadlines and information.
Contact: NFB/ONF, Ontario Centre, 150 John Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5V 3C3

Well that’s enough to hold you over for a few days!

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