Peachtree Village International Film Festival

Kicks off Date: September 26th – 28th

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Atlanta’s Peachtree Village Int’l Film Fest to Screen Semifinalist Nez Erok Award Winning Music Video “Beautiful”

 

(ATLANTA, GA – September 12, 2014) – Australia artist Nez Erok hits Atlanta, GA for Peachtree Village Int’l Film Festival; screening of her music video “Beautiful”, taking place on Friday September 26, 2014. Beautiful is the title of the uplifting song based on Nez’s personal prevails over oppression and domestic violence. Initially produced as a dance track but release as an acoustic version to speak to a wider audience.

 

“Beautiful” is also a semifinalist in the Silent River Film Festival held in California, the track was produced by Nik Felippe. The single highlights the singer’s impressive song writing skills of emotion from a real life situation and her diverse take on arrange of musical lyrics.

 

Nez Erok is not only a singer and performer, she’s also an advocate against women violence and supports causes like Xoticar International Women’s Day Luncheon.

 

For more information, on song “Beautiful” or Nez Erok please www.youtube.com/watch?v=vUH_it2S6tg or nezerok.com or follow on Twitter:@NezErok

 

For media inquiries about Nez Erok, please contact Pashae Williams at:  (404)635-6041 or email: pashae@abcpublicity.com

 

ABOUT NEZ EROK:

 

Born in Perth Western Australia in 1977, yet raised within a Turkish culture at home, Nez’s natural talent for music was nurtured by a deep desire to not only find a voice, but to be heard.

 

In a journey which took her from the school choir to the recording studio, Nez’s natural flair for electronica saw her redefine what was thought possible of the genre, creating house tracks that capture the raw emotion usually only exposed in ballads.

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PVIFF Confirmed GUESTS:

-Kiki Haynes, Actress (Tyler Perry’s “For Better or Worse”)- Receiving the Rising Star Award

-Lynn Whitfield, Legendary Actress (Starring in our Opening Night Feature “My Other Mother”)

-Brad James, Actor (Tyler Perry’s “For Better or Worse”)

-Torei Hart, Star of “Atlanta Exes”

-Lisa Wu, Star of TV One’s new “Hollywood Divas”

-Mary “Honey Bee” Morrison, acclaimed author

-Jasmine Guy, Legendary Actress (Starring in our Opening Night Feature “My Other Mother”)

-Deanna Brown, Daughter of legendary artist James Brown

-Ambassador Andrew Young

-Winston Johnson, Acclaimed Technology Guru, Musician & Producer

-Ellis Hall, Acclaimed Music Producer (Film Scores)

-Dr. Jacqueline Walters, Star of “Married To Medicine”

 

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Open Legs With A Closed Mind

Documentary feature is scheduled for Showing: Friday, Sept. 26th at 4:00-5:45 The documentary focuses on the larger population of unwed mothers in the African-American culture.  This film also explores interracial dating and why society chooses to be-little African-American women for exposure when all races are guilty of it. How is the Willie E Lynch letter written in 1712 relevant to today’s society?

Written and Directed by: Dorothy Lucey

Social Media: @JustCallMeLucey/@Dorothy Lucey

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Take the Spotlight

 

Atlanta’s Peachtree Village Int’l Film Festival to Screen “Take the Spotlight” With Lynn Whitfield

 

Who:    Writer and Director Nnaemeka Andrew Madueke

 

What:   Filmmaker Finalist at 2014 Peachtree Village International Film Festivial, screening of Take The Spotlight staring Lynn Whitfield,  Glenn Morshower, Chinedu “Aki Ikedieze, Daniel Foster, and Jose “J-Si Chavez

 

When:   Saturday, September 27, 2014 at 7:45-9:50

 

Where:  444 Theatre

444 Highland Ave NE

Atlanta, GA 30312

  Ticket Price: $10 and can be purchased click here.

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 For more information, on “Take the Spotlight”  please https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OZlpJRf5W6o or http://www.takethespotlightfilm.com

 

Broken But Not Destroyed

 

Atlanta’s Peachtree Village Int’l Film Festival to Feature Script Reading of “Broken But Not Destroyed”

 

Who:    Finalist Writer and Director Andrea Stroud

 

What:   Reading of script and Q&A for screenplay “Broken But Not Destroyed”   in the 2014 Peachtree Village International Film Festival.

 

When:    Saturday, September 27th, 2014 Time: 6-7pm

 

Where:  444 Theatre

444 Highland Ave NE

Atlanta, GA 30312

For more information, on “Broken But Not Destroyed” or Andrea Stroud please www.playwrightmsandrea.org Follow her@Andreastroud1
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