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Saturday, May 28, 2016

MY TOP 34 FAVOURITE TV SHOWS/SERIES


I have to be honest i love watching a good Tv Series/Show, a lot. I love going back and re-watching my favourites time and time again.. One thing though, i absolutely hate to answer the question "Whats your fevourite TV Show?" Its painful to even think about choosing one TV Show above all of the rest. They are all awesome. I just cant choose..Its just not fair to ask that from me, so i decided to put a list of my absolute top favourites. One thing is for sure, this list will keep growing over the years and i am curious how many favourites i will have towards the end of my days. 

My Top 34 Favourite TV Shows/Series. Which ones Are yours Or Do you have some you would add to the list? 

Feel Free to share your top 3 choices by commenting below or leave a comment on my blog. - http://diminakov.blogspot.com.au/2016/05/my-favourite-tv-shows.html

Here is the list of my Top 73 Favourite Movies -  http://diminakov.blogspot.com.au/2016/07/i-have-to-be-honest-i-love-movies-lot.html 


For More Info About Each Film - CLICK ON THE POSTERS TO VISIT EACH MOVIE IMDb PAGE.
*Game Of Thrones
          

*The Walking Dead
          


*Westworld

Incorporated

*11.22.63

*Stranger Things

*Fear Of The Walking Dead


*Breaking Bad


*The Black List


*House Of Cards


*The 100


*Falling Skies 


*12 Monkeys


*The Expanse 


*Firefly 


*Homeland 


*Dexter


*24


*Lost


*Deadwood 


Billions

*Twin Peaks 



*The Wire 


*The Simpsons 

*The Sopranos 

*Sherlock 

*True Detective 

*Fargo 

*Mr. Robot 

*Battlestar Galactica 

*Prison Break 

*Fringe 

*Life On Mars 

*Person Of Interest

*The Man In The High Castle

I have to be honest i love watching a good Tv Series/Show, a lot. I love going back and re-watching my favourites time and time again.. One thing though, i absolutely hate to answer the question "Whats your fevourite TV Show?" Its painful to even think about choosing one TV Show above all of the rest. They are all awesome. I just cant choose..Its just not fair to ask that from me, so i decided to put a list of my absolute top favourites. One thing is for sure, this list will keep growing over the years and i am curious how many favourites i will have towards the end of my days. 

My Top Favourite TV Shows. Which ones Are yours Or Do you have some you would add to the list? 

Feel Free to share your top 3 choices by commenting below or leave a comment on my blog. - http://diminakov.blogspot.com.au/2016/05/my-favourite-tv-shows.html

Here is the list of my top favourite Movies -  http://diminakov.blogspot.com.au/2016/07/i-have-to-be-honest-i-love-movies-lot.html 


For More Info About Each Film - CLICK ON THE POSTERS TO VISIT EACH MOVIE IMDb PAGE.

Tuesday, May 17, 2016

FGN Inc. Partnering with MDFF 2016

Very exciting times for FGN Inc. partnering with the "Melbourne Documentary Film Festival" (MDFF) for their 2016 edition. -http://mdff.org.au/
" The Melbourne Documentary Film Festival 2016 " (MDFF2016) guide and tickets are live. Enjoy some great films and networking opportunities that could last a lifetime. FGN Inc. is proud to be one of the many supporters of ‪#‎MDFF2016‬.
MDFF2016 Fest Guide =>> http://mdff.org.au/news-events/

MDFF2016 Tickets =>> http://www.moshtix.com.au/mdff


MDFF on Twitter: https://twitter.com/MDFFest
FGN Inc. FB Page =>> https://www.facebook.com/FGNInc/


Also You Can Join the Melbourne Documentary Film Festival volunteer team of 14! Send your CV and covering letter to info@mdff.org.au by 30/06/2016.



SAR - Official Selection for SIFF 2016


Huge Congrats to Devilskin and everyone involved in the making of "Start A Revolution" music video for the official selection from SouthEastern International Film Festival 2016. SIFF received over 2000 entries from 93 countries and SAR is one of the official selections for the 2016 edition.

SIFF was founded by many independent filmmakers from all over the United States in an effort to make independent film more prevalent in smaller towns across the Southeast and help foster connections between film-making professionals across the globe.

Thursday, May 5, 2016

DIVERSITY IN CANNES 2016 - OFFICIAL SELECTIONS

I am very proud to be part of the international screening committee for BEYOND BORDERS: DIVERSITY IN CANNES​ Presented by American Publicist and Event Producer, Yolonda Brinkley​, with support from RLJ Entertainment’s Urban Movie Channel, ZODIAC ENTERTAINMENT​ Ltd., Cinema du Cannes Project, Film TV Diversity, Purple Reels and Leonard Green's Digital Slang Comics, in two parallel sections, the Diversity in Cannes Short Film Showcase will present 15 films in competition, selected by an international screening committee of diverse film industry executives including Whitney Davis of CBS Entertainment Diversity. 

The general showcase will celebrate the work of talented filmmakers who give life to globally diverse characters and stories, with messages that transcend boundaries. 

Huge congrats to all filmmakers that have submitted their works and especially to the selected films that will screen during the Diversity in Cannes in May 2016. 


                     

The general showcase will celebrate the work of talented filmmakers who give life to globally diverse characters and stories, with messages that transcend boundaries. 
  1. Antoine by Cyrus Neshvad (Luxembourg)
  2. Arthur by Alberto Meroni (Switzerland)
  3. Bound for Greatness by James Gadd (USA)
  4. Genghis Khan Conquers The Moon by Kerry Yang (USA)
  5. Olde E by Xavier Neal-Burgin (USA)
  6. Silence by Elena Brodach (Russia)
  7. Wrestling Za'atari by Daniel B. Levitt (Jordan)
The Women in Formation edition, will give special distinction to female filmmakers who depict honest images of the feminine voice in film.
  1. Ablution (Wuzu) by Parisa Barani (Iran)
  2. ANNA by Harriett Maire (New Zealand)
  3. B Love by Shahari Moore (USA)
  4. Debris-Escombros by Mary-Lyn Chambers (USA)
  5. Hev√™rk (the Circle/le Cercle) by Ruken Tekes (Turkey)
  6. Murmur by Aurora Fearnley (UK)
  7. Next by Elena Broadach (Russia)
  8. Pale Blue by Abigail McFarlane (USA)
The Diversity in Cannes Short Film Showcase International Screening Committee, had the awesome task of determining the official selections from a record number of submissions from 29 countries including Aruba, Belgium, Cameroon, Cuba, Lebanon and New Zealand.  Films will be screened at a private event during the 69th Festival de Cannes and final winners will be selected by jury and announced during an awards ceremony immediately following the showcase.
The 2016 installment is Monday, May 16 at the Radisson Blu Hotel, 2 boulevard Jean Hilbert Cannes, France 06414. Additional details about the Diversity In Cannes Diversity Day 2016 are forthcoming.  In the interim, for more information or to support the movement, email at diversityincannes@hotmail.com, visit www.diversityincannes.com or follow on social media @diversencannes (Twitter, IG, Periscope).


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