HERE ARE SOME OF THE HIGHLIGHTS OF LIFEFORCE’s CAMPAIGN
TO SPREAD THIS MESSSAGE AROUND THE WORLD (est. 2004): “SHOOT FILMS NOT PEOPLE”
BOLDi CREATIVE/CONSULTING GROUP – Public Relations Firm
Our slogan has gone viral!!! – “Shoot Films not People”
FROM THE DETROIT CHILDREN URBAN FILM FESTIVAL:
Detroit project created by Corey (KIBWE) Pope
Video Production Positive News Program involves youth from a specific area in Metropolitan Detroit
urban community known as the Osborn Community. These youth, who ages will range from 8-18yrs, will
participate in a 40 hour video production/editing training course that will include taped and live
footage of positive news happening in their schools and community. The program runs year round
starting January 2013 and classes will meet for 4 hours per week. We have already got started…
For the purpose of providing lots of one–on-one training each class will consist of no more than
ten (10) students per class, giving opportunity to as many youth as resources will allow.
Using hands on teaching philosophy the youth will learn the basics of working in a green-screen
room, shooting, poducing, and editing commercials, film & documentaries.
FROM BROOKLYN NEW YORK:
Mya Baker – Shoots films not people
Mya B. is a young filmmaker born and raised in Chi-town. She currently resides in Brooklyn, NY where
she came to be around people of like mind in the independent film industry. Graduating from Columbia College
with a concentration in film studies gave her the writing and production skills to pursue her passion as
an independent filmmaker. Her first documentary, ‘Warrior Queens’ was shown in at the Dusable Museum of African
American History in Chicago. From working as a PA and interning on several independent films, she decided to
venture into her first documentary project. After two years of groundbreaking interviews and
historical information to research,
she completed her first documentary entitled, ‘Silence: In Search of Black Female Sexuality in America.’
The film has won many accolades, festival acceptance, and awards. Segments of her film, was also show on
VH1’s, “Can’t Get a Date”. Since then, her writing has gotten recognition. Her short script,
Maya: The Illusion, won honorable mention in the American Gem screenwriting competition and she was a BET
finalist in the Rap It-Up competition in 2006. She is currently in post-production of her second feature-
length documentary “Afraid of Dark”, finishing up her first novel, and working as a Special Education
preschool teacher in the Bushwick area of Brooklyn. In addition to this, she has worked as a DP on many
projects: The Dark Seed, Curtain Call, and Monkey Gang.
THIS SLOGAN HAS TRAVELED THE WORLD AND STILL IS GROWING WITH YOUR HELP…
Contact TonyBoldi@yahoo.com to get involved! We are going to Oprah, CNBC and the likes very soon…
Remember: “SHOOT FILMS NOT PEOPLE!”
Send us your videos and photos now!!!
AMAZING LITTLE GIRL SENT FROM GOD
Tony Boldi’s brother-in-law Dr. Michael Whitman shares his personal experience with you in this short video…
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