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Domiziano Arcangeli Interview About His ‘Bad Boy’ Roles

Posted by Levine Communications Office on January 2, 2013

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Written by Kate Benz

You name the anti-leading man role, and chances are Domiziano Arcangeli has played it. It might not seem so out of the ordinary, until you consider that many of his films have been noted for their erotic undertones, which, according to him, serve as a form of rebellion. In his glory days, he admittedly had a passion for causing controversy, the seed undoubtedly being planted after being discovered by famed photographer Helmut Newton at the tender age of 12. What followed was a series of photo shoots that weren‘t exactly received well by the general populous, given the age of the subject.

Read his interview on the Triblive.com

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Can Dressing Well Really Lead To Success? John Carroll Thinks So.

Posted by Levine Communications Office on January 2, 2013

Dress-for-success-300x199Can your clothes affect your success? John Carroll (Carroll & Co.) and several other image consultants were interviewed by Forbes, and the consensus seems to be ‘Definitely‘.

Carroll teaches his employees that first impressions are very important. Regardless of the occasion, your appearance does matter. Especially in an interview, where there is no such thing as overdressing.

Read more about dressing for success and tips from image consultants at Forbes.com

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Diane Namm Discusses Her New Film “Finding Hope” On Christian Post

Posted by Levine Communications Office on January 2, 2013

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The film “Finding Hope,” by screenwriter and director Diane Namm, seeks to shed light on the ongoing practice of child marriage around the world, an issue which the film’s press release describes as a “denial of human rights.”

“In the quiet corners and the busy streets of our planet, there are children in trouble, teens at risk, vulnerable men and women around the globe whose compelling and extraordinary stories may never be heard,” Namm said in a press release for the film, which is being created under the Lady of the Canyon media company.

Read more about the Finding Hope, Diane Namm, and child marriages at ChristianPost.com

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