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Current Project :: Mission of Honor

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CURRENT FILMS PROJECTS
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Mission of Honor -- Pre Production

"MISSION OF HONOR"
is a bulls eye money winner. The author crafts a vision, scope and ingenious telling ability. He leaves the readers and viewers gasping for more.

One of the best spy thrillers I've read in years. You can site its influences but in the end the author is very much his own man, sending his critics speechless and in awe. "Mission of Honor" will take you through a man's journey from retirement to wrestling with pride to his true calling as trainer, operative and mission leader under the most darkest and challenging of circumstances. From the first scene the audience is hooked and riveted to an 80 minutes in an emotional, mental suspenseful and comedic roller coaster.

Production Crew ::

Gabe Videla / Producer
Stephen Downing / Executive Producer
James Salisbury / Assistant Director
Tom Schaus / Aerial Filming
Patrick Garrity / Tactical Advisor & Coordinator
Robert Razavi / Executive Producer & Director
Mark De Alessandro / Stunt Coordinator
Cheryl Stallard / Actress

 

Rebels Without Causes -- In Development

 

CURRENT TV SERIES PROJECTS::
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Classified
Stripped
Ocean Beach

 

OTHER PROJECTS
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MENTORING TO YOUTH ON AND OFF SET


We will be working with several youth organizations, including wish.org and with teenhelp.us, mentoring and tutoring them and assigning them specific duties, tasks and responsibilities, plus rewarding them with a certificate of completion at the end. Plus cast and crew members will continue to follow these young people as they pursue their education and possible careers in film.

Mentoring to youth shall stand with additional content including, but not limited to certification of completion, appreciation and a continued mentoring presence.

We always encourage clients, associates and partners to get involved or contribute to their communities in a productive manner to a charity.

By far one of the most important elements of this project, is to help disadvantaged youth build knowledge and confidence through the Mission of Honor Youth Mentorship Program. Your company can be involved with donations and fundraisers for our youth organizations ( The Make A Wish Foundation http://www.wish.org and www.teenhelp.us ). You can be included in the event advertising and sponsorship of this program before, during and after its journey (PR campaign, on site banner ads, your logos on everything from the t-shirts to the certificates, etc). You also have opportunity to be placed within our featured PBS documentary "Mission of Honor: Saving America's Youth" as the main sponsor (to be filmed before Mission of Honor and broadcast nationwide on over 350 stations and distributed worldwide via DVD). That means you will receive two 10 second TV ad spots (before and after the broadcast) and your logo/name stamped on our documentary DVD cover. To end the film on a high note, a post-shoot auction of almost all of your products will be completed to raise even more money for these organizations! You and your executives even have the opportunity to come out and actually help with these events yourself!

Here is a little bit about the actual mentorship program:

For the first time ever, we will be allowing youth on to the set of "Mission of Honor" for a temporary adoption within our atmosphere. There they will get a behind the scenes look at how a movie is really made and the hard work and dedication that goes into the process. Each member of the cast and crew will be assigned a young person to take under their wing. From there they will show them what exactly they do first hand and how their job affects the overall film. This is an amazing opportunity for these youth, that I believe will never be forgotten and is something that most normal people don't even get to experience! Upon completing their sessions, they will then receive a framed Certificate of Completion from their mentor (photography, acting, hair and makeup, directing, etc). This will not only be a memory to last a lifetime, but a document stating that they were a part of film-making history.