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Aja Patrice (Director Kitty) is a Director/Photographer/Writer/Graphic Designer & Singer currently based in Los Angeles, California working in independent commercial advertising, web docs, music videos, short films & features, and broadcast media. She is currently available for freelance work with production studios, agencies, and direct to client projects. To contact or for media inquiries please email Lulu B. at management@narcissisticsquare.com. Peace☮ Love♡ & Cupcakes! xox


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  • November 13, 2011 9:19 pm
    
Who is this? It’s a young Jim Henson in a student film short entitled Time  Piece (it was a funky psychedelic short) I would have loved to be in!  Lol ) @ The Museum of The Moving Image {The Jim Henson Exhibit} 
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    Who is this? It’s a young Jim Henson in a student film short entitled Time Piece (it was a funky psychedelic short) I would have loved to be in! Lol ) @ The Museum of The Moving Image {The Jim Henson Exhibit}

  • October 10, 2011 10:39 pm

    Universal says yes to ‘Best Man 2′…

    The Best ManEXCLUSIVE: At Universal Pictures, there is so far no movement on another Bridesmaids, but the studio is moving to the altar on another wedding-themed comedy sequel. Universal has set Malcolm D. Lee to write, direct and produce Best Man 2, a sequel to the 1999 film. Lee wrote and directed the original, a comedy in which a writer (Taye Diggs) is preparing to be the best man for his football player buddy (Morris Chestnut), but the timing is bad because the writer’s autobiographical novel is about to pop and it describes how the best man bedded the bride. Terrence Howard, Harold Perrineau, Nia Long and Sanaa Lathan also starred. Nia Long & Taye Diggs

    The original grossed $35 million. Lee’s plan is to ask the original cast to reprise; in fact, I’m told the whole idea came out of a reunion dinner he held with most of the cast members, and they sparked to the idea of a re-team and so did the studio. CAA reps Lee.

    Source: [http://www.deadline.com]

    This is so exciting and awesome!! Its been about 12 years since the first film so I hope that the 2nd installment delivers, I sure have high expectations!!! Can’t wait to see a trailer!! Go Malcolm D. Lee!! ❤

  • August 21, 2011 3:07 am

    SCARFACE RETURNS FOR ONE NIGHT…

    SCARFACE EXPLODES BACK INTO

    MOVIE THEATERS LIKE NEVER BEFORE TO

    “SAY HELLO TO MY LITTLE FRIEND!”

    IN A ONE-NIGHT SPECIAL EVENT

    * * * * ********************

    If you live in LA they it will be playing at select AMC theaters including the Universal City Walk IMAX!! I’m so there check it out…

    Presented by NCM Fathom and Universal Studios Home Entertainment in More Than 475 Select Movie Theaters Nationwide on August 31

    Centennial, Colo. – August 1, 2011 – Blasting onto the silver screen with the intensity of its original release nearly 30 years ago, the pop culture phenomenon Scarface, starring Al Pacino and directed by Brian De Palma, returns to movie theaters in a one-night Fathom event on Wednesday, August 31 at 7:30 p.m. local time. Presented by NCM Fathom and Universal Studios Home Entertainment, audiences nationwide will get the opportunity to experience one of the most influential gangster classics ever made like never before — with all-new restored high-definition picture and enhanced audio. Fans who attend this special event will also get an exclusive look at a 20-minute special feature that showcases interviews with popular filmmakers and talent expressing how this epic feature redefined the gangster genre, leaving an enduring influence on cinema.

    Tickets for the Scarface Special Event are available at participating theater box offices and online at www.FathomEvents.com. For a complete list of theater locations and prices, visit the NCM Fathom website (theaters and participants are subject to change). The Scarface Special Event will appear in more than 475 select movie theaters across the country via the new digital cinema projection systems.

    “Almost 30 years after its initial release, Scarface remains iconic and stirs passionate responses from audiences around the world,” said Dan Diamond, vice president of NCM Fathom. “Now, fans can experience Scarface like never before in theaters with spectacularly updated visual and sound quality, and never-before-seen elements in an historic, one-night event.”

    Scarface is a 1983 American crime drama and masterful collaboration between acclaimed director Brian De Palma and Academy Award®-winning screenwriter Oliver Stone. Produced by Martin Bregman, Academy Award® winner Al Pacino stars as Tony Montana, a Cuban immigrant who finds wealth, power and passion beyond his wildest dreams…at a price he never imagined. Scarface was nominated for three Golden Globe® Awards (including Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor and Best Original Score), and was named one of the Top 10 Gangster Films of All Time by the American Film Institute.

    This one-night, in-theater event celebrates the first-everBlu-rayTM release of Scarface on September 6 from Universal Studios Home Entertainment. Fans of Scarface will enjoy the restored high-definition picture and 7.1 audio plus see exclusive new bonus content that reveals the film’s iconic legacy as one of the greatest crime sagas of all time. For a limited time only, the Scarface Special Limited Edition Blu-rayTM comes with collectible SteelBookTM packaging, 10 exclusive art cards, a digital copy of the film and a DVD of the original 1932 Scarface, making it a must-own addition to every film fan’s library. And, for the ultimate collector and cigar enthusiast, an elegantly hand-crafted Scarface-themed humidor will also be made available in an exclusive, never-before-available, limited edition. 


    (Source: reelblack.com)

  • August 13, 2011 11:27 am

    "I think cinema, movies, and magic have always been closely associated. The very earliest people who made film were magicians."

    — –Francis Ford Coppola

  • August 8, 2011 11:10 am

    Attack the Block Quick Review….

    Cheers!

      I was finally able to see the London Independent released film ‘Attack The Block‘ and love it!! It was not your ordinary thriller. Attack The Block It was a more comedic thriller, it was produced by the same folks who brought us Shawn of The Dead, so if you’ve seen that you know how they write their story-lines! Another thing I liked about the film was that all the main core characters were either black or their young men of color besides the one white friend, who was hella funny!

    Their accents including the South London “hood slang” was a terrific add on to make this film even more authentic. Yes, it was blood, thrilling cuts and scary looking “gorilla wolf motherf@%&*ers” aka the aliens in there but the humor mad it easier to watch and digest. Yes, the producers of Shaun of The Dead still managed to have Nick Frost (Ron) be high as a kite (by the green bandit) and almost disillusioned as to the attacks that were beginning to take place. The main character cleverly named “Moses” was the one who ended up having to save his BLOCK, and he did a wonderful believable job, he was strong in his portrayal. He became the "Moses" of the Hood. They even spoke up some consciousness in regards to how young black youth are always the ones targeted to get locked up etc. 

    I don’t want to give to much away if you haven’t seen it, but I’d like to say it was a bloody awesome movie that was worth the $13.50 I paid at the ArchLight Theater in Hollywood (where its only playing besides the Sunset Location) so catch it if you can!!

  • 12:51 am

    Sometimes I think my “elitism” as a filmmaker isn’t as strong as others… I can still be “touched”… will it change? Who knows…

  • July 22, 2011 2:52 am

    One more for the night! A trailer for a film entitled 'Doubles with Slight Pepper', from the trailer I gathered it is about the trials between father and son. The son is a adult who looks like he is in a bit of life struggle, I think I also see that maybe his father may become eventually ill. It all surrounds the delicious Indian dishes displayed at the end! I can’t wait to see more, very interesting. Check it out!

    Directed By: Ian Harnarine

  • 2:42 am

    So, I Vimeo surfing which I haven’t done in a while but I needed to see whats new with my indy film-making buds! Here is one, I liked entitled Lament, about a man that has a hard time with saying the L word to his partner. There’s anguish and pondering. Shot on a DLSR 7D, and a well used dolly… the color and lighting is nice. I am not sure but it looks like this was shot on a Carribean island or a country in Africa it just has the feel. I’ve been to West Africa, and the buildings and certain things look similar. Either way…. check it out!

    Directed By: [Kassim Norris]

  • 1:13 am

    "I studied English Literature. I wasn’t a very good student, but one thing I did get from it, while I was making films at the same time with the college film society, was that I started thinking about the narrative freedoms that authors had enjoyed for centuries and it seemed to me that filmmakers should enjoy those freedoms as well."

    Chris NolanChristopher Nolan

  • July 21, 2011 1:27 am
    A late night tribute…love this film with a passion! #classic
callmeduke:

Mo Betta Blues One of my Fav. Movies of all time.
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    A late night tribute…love this film with a passion! #classic

    callmeduke:

    Mo Betta Blues One of my Fav. Movies of all time.

  • July 7, 2011 10:19 pm
    Two things I ❤ in one… Camera’s & Cupcakes… (lol) View high resolution

    Two things I ❤ in one… Camera’s & Cupcakes… (lol)

  • June 17, 2011 1:12 am

    Super 8 Reviews??

    Super 8

    Anybody see Super 8 yet? I usually don’t listen to critics (even Ebert and them most of the time… I like to see films and draw my own opinions) but if you did….your thoughts?