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Janine Turner on FOX 4 “Good Day” Dallas Fort-Worth!

Posted by Levine Communications Office on July 25, 2013

Janine Turner was featured this morning on FOX 4 “Good Day” Dallas Fort-Worth, promoting the Dallas Premiere of “The Constitution, Reality Show Style” and her new role as Anthony Hopkins’ wife in the 2014 film, Solace. Once you follow the link there will be a series of videos, Janine’s is positioned top right.

KDFW-TV FOX 4 “Good Day” Dallas Fort-Worth


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Walter Delph Interviewed on CRN.com today!

Posted by Levine Communications Office on July 11, 2013

Read Walter Delph’s interview on CRN here.


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LCO’s Domiziano Arcangeli featured in SheKnows.com!

Posted by Levine Communications Office on July 9, 2013

LCO’s Domiziano Arcangeli featured in SheKnows.com!

Check out Domiziano Arcangeli’s thoughts how being a single dad is his chance to “prove himself”! 

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“Unacceptable Levels” Film Premiere Video

Posted by Levine Communications Office on June 14, 2013

Check out this video from RawYouth.org for the Red carpet film premiere of ‘Unacceptable Levels’.

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Malibu Playhouse Presents ‘Love Letters’ in Santa Monica

Posted by Levine Communications Office on June 7, 2013

By: Jessica E. Davis

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Husband and wife, Sam Elliott and Katharine Ross, will perform a reading of “Love Letters” by A. R, Gurney to benefit the Malibu Playhouse.

The performance, which will be directed by Malibu Playhouse Board Member Diane Namm, an award-winning director of film and stage, is set for 7:30 p.m. June 29 at the Santa Monica College Performing Arts Center, the Edye Second Space at the Broad Theatre in Santa Monica.

“This is exciting for us. Doing something for the first time, in a play about two people with a long history,” the couple said in a statement. “It couldn’t be more perfect. We have worked together in movies, television and on writing, but never before on stage.”

Katharine Ross Elliott is an acclaimed, award-winning American film and stage actress who is known for her performances in two of the most popular films of the late 1960s. She played the role of “Elaine Robinson” in The Graduate, the highest-grossing film of 1967, for which she won a Golden Globe Award and was nominated as Best Supporting Actress for an Academy Award.  She also played “Etta Place” in Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, the highest-grossing film of 1969 for which she won a BAFTA Award for Best Actress.

Sam Elliott began his acting career on the stage. His film debut was in Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid in 1969. More recently, Sam has appeared in We Were Soldiers (2002), Thank You for Smoking (2006), The Golden Compass (2007), Did You Hear About the Morgans?, Up in the Air (2009), Marmaduke (2010), The Big Bang (2011) and The Company You Keep (2012), directed by Robert Redford.

Tickets for the event are $85 for general admission and $125 for a VIP experience that includes a post-show meet-and-greet. For tickets go to www.malibuplayhouse.org.


Find the article at The Malibu Patch

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Documentary Film, Unacceptable Levels, Debuts

Posted by Levine Communications Office on June 7, 2013

By: Jacqueline Smith


‘Unacceptable Levels’, a film by first-time documentarian Ed Brown, will kick off its summer theater tour with a bicoastal premiere.  On the West Coast, a gala event will take place at the New People Cinema 1746 Post St. San Francisco, CA 94115 at 3:00pm on Sunday June 2, 2013

A gala event will take place at the Historic Balboa Theatre 3630Balboa Street San Francisco, CA 94121 at7:00pm and 9:00pm on Wednesday July 10, 2013.  A gala event will take place at the Clay Theater 2261 Fillmore Street San Francisco, CA 94115 at 7:30pm on Thursday July 11, 201

On the East Coast, a gala event will take place at Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center at 144 W. 65th St. New York, New York 10023 at 6:30pm on Friday May 31, 2013 

and 3:30pm on Tuesday June 4, 2013.

Sponsored by Healthy Child Healthy World, it will shine the spotlight on a film whose themes are of vital importance. The same night, Clean Water Action Connecticut leads a coalition in sponsoring Unacceptable Levels on the East Coast.

This innovative documentary brings knowledge of daily chemical risks to the public, examining separate avenues of exposure as well as chronicling the history of industrial chemicals and their regulation in the United States. Shot and edited almost entirely by Brown, it is the result of three years of arduous travel­ and research. Over 40 luminaries in environmental advocacy, science, and law participated in the creation of the film, granting interviews to the maverick director. Uniting the testimonies of experts across disciplines and areas of focus, ‘Unacceptable Levels’ is comprehensive in scope.

I made this movie because I couldn’t ignore the effects of chemicals on my family. I had to find out more.  – Ed Brown
 The director’s inspiration is indeed apparent in the work, in which his children and wife appear periodically. The interplay of facts and personal history is central to the success of ‘Unacceptable Levels’ as a film and an educational tool, combining the weight of expert interviewees with the universality of family.
On the heels of winning the 30th International Environmental Film Festival, Health and Environment Film Prize, ‘Unacceptable Levels’ was chosen by Lincoln Center Film Society to open its Green Screens environmental film series. It was also selected for the San Francisco Green Film Festival occurring days later. Los Angeles and Connecticut represent the first in a series of theater screenings throughout the summer, including premieres in Austin, Boulder, Chicago, and Washington, DC.
The release of ‘Unacceptable Levels’ comes at a time of growing awareness of chemicals on human and environmental health. Consumers are increasingly demanding safer products, and state and local legislative efforts are gaining traction, approving regulations on things from baby bottles to thermal receipts. On the federal level, the Safe Chemicals Act was reintroduced to the Senate in 2013, as was the Safe Cosmetics and Personal Care Products Act. These would patch gaping regulatory holes in the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA), the 1976 law governing the introduction of chemicals into our system of commerce. Unacceptable Levels demonstrates the limitations of TSCA and profiles the effects of the outdated policy on daily life.

Find the article at Greeneroo

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The Nature of Public Relations

Posted by Levine Communications Office on April 19, 2013

Guerilla PR 2.0

I’m often asked whether public relations is a science or an art. That’s a valid question. In science, two plus two equals four. It will always equal four whether added by a Republican from Iowa, a shaman from New Guinea, or an alien from Planet X. However, in public relations, two plus two may equal four. It may equal five. It may equal zero today and fifty tomorrow.

Public relations is an art.

Like an art, there are rules of form, proven techniques, and standards of excellence. But, overall, it’s a mercurial enterprise, where instinct is as legitimate as convention.

Public relations was once defined as the ability to provide the answers before the public knows enough to ask the questions. Another P.R. pundit once stated, “We don’t persuade people. We simply offer them reasons to persuade themselves.” I define what I do as gift-wrapping. If you package a bracelet in a Tiffany box, it will have a higher perceived value than if presented in a K Mart box. Same bracelet, different perception.

Excerpt from Chapter 1 (pg. 10) of the world’s most widely used and seminal introduction to public relations, “Guerrilla P.R. 2.0: Wage an Effective Publicity Campaign without Going Broke” by Michael Levine, America’s premier media expert and best-selling author.

Purchase your own copy of “Guerrilla P.R. 2.0” by clicking HERE.

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Director and Actor Domiziano Arcangeli Nominated for Two “Entrepreneurs on the Move Awards”

Posted by Levine Communications Office on April 18, 2013


Domiziano Arcangeli Waiting for Dracula

Director and Actor Domiziano Arcangeli has been

nominated for  TWO  “Entrepreneurs on the Move Awards.”

These awards honor the best in film, TV, Music, Business,

Philanthropy and more.

Domiziano Arcangeli is nominated for Best Director in the

Indie horror pictureWaiting for Dracula.”


Domiziano Arcangeli is also nominated for best lead

actor in a horror for the same film.

Read more about the awards here.

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Stuntwoman Gaëlle Cohen Interviewed by BlogTalkRadio

Posted by Levine Communications Office on April 18, 2013

Gaëlle Cohen is an internationally acclaimed stunt coordinator and performer who has worked on over sixty film and television Gaelle Cohenproductions. A native of France, she was recently featured in the award-winning smash ZERO DARK THIRTY.

Her stunt credits include ZERO DARK THIRTY, SAHARA, RUSH HOUR 3, BROTHERHOOD OF THE WOLF; BABYLON AD, OSS 117, MARTYRS. and the upcoming disaster thriller BLACK SKY. As stunt performer, Cohen has doubled for such luminary figures as Sophie Marceau and Penelope Cruz.

Cohen earned a law degree, then, as member of the French National Fencing team, she got her showbiz start performing fight sequences for the television show HIGHLANDER in 1995.

Gaelle speaks French, German, Italian, and English; and among her stunt and athletic skills are Ratchets, High Fall, Squibs, Air Rams, Horseback Riding, Fight-Guy/Gal, Reactions, Wire Work, Hong Kong Wire Work, Fire Burns, Weapons, Car Hits, I Ground Pound, Motion Capture, Motorcycle Falls, Medium and Low Falls, Martial Arts, Weapons, Horse Transfers and Falls, Camel Rider, Descender, Golf, Swimming, Tennis, Fencing, Snow Skiing, Yoga, Rock Climbing, Archery, and Jousting!

As stunt coordinator, her signature action sequences have captured attention within the industry for their earthy realism. THE TALL MAN, a suspense thriller starring Jessica Biel, marks her second collaboration with acclaimed French director, Pascal Laugier.

Listen to the interview here.

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Alan Au: How to Dress a Male Body With a Short Torso

Posted by Levine Communications Office on April 16, 2013

By Alan Au

Alan Au eHow

One of the most important things you need to take into consideration when dressing a male body is the size of the torso in question. Dress a male body with a short torso with help from a distinguished fashion professional in this free video clip.

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