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"Crystal and Jade Castle have been a great resource for me in connecting with other professionals. Whenever Other Vision needs to look for talent, I give Crystal a call. Through Jade Castle, she's already helped connect me with so many other great film professionals in the Greenville area." - Collins Abbott White - Other Vision Studios
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"Earl Owensby has received numerous honors for his success and achievements. Honors granted Mr. Owensby include NC Hall Of Fame, #15 of the top 100 people in NC in 100 years, Award UNCC North Carolina, and numerous others. Many schools and Universities refer to Earl Owensby when teaching the movie industry, specifically, classes at Duke University, Gardner Webb University, as well as a section in the North Carolina History Books."
Captain America: The First Avenger and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 remained in the top 5 this weekend with Captain America pulling in $25.6M (bringing its total to $117.4M) and Harry Potter with $22M (bringing its total to $318.5M). With that total, Harry Potter has broken even more records. It has now reached the $1 billion mark for worldwide totals, become the highest grossing Potter film, and become the fastest film ever to reach $900M.
Rounding out the top 10:
Friends With Benefits - $9.3M, bringing it to $38.2M total
Horrible Bosses - $7.2M, bringing it to $96.3M total
Transformers: Dark of the Moon - $6.1M, bringing it to $338M total
Zookeeper - $4.3M, bringing it to $68.8M total
Cars 2 - $2.3M, bringing it to $182M total
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Check out the website to read behind-the-scenes information on some of their most popular films like Toy Story and Cars, as well as watch theatrical trailers, learn about the artists, and look for job openings or internship opportunities.
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Fast Five, the fifth installment in the Fast and the Furious franchise, came in 2nd bringing its total to $184.8 million internationally.
For the month of May, the contests will be as follows:
Best Test Movie- $100,000
Best Dialogue Track- $10,000
Best Script- $20,000
Best Comedy Script- $20,000
The Best Comedy Script category will be judged with the help of Ghostbusters director Ivan Reitman.
A "test movie" should be a full-length movie. The film doesn't have to be completely fine-tuned. Amazon Studios will be focusing on good acting, excellent sound/music, creativity, and the ability to capture the feeling of the script on film.
The deadline for contests will be the last day of every month. Not only are you entering your work into a contest, but you're giving the entire film community a chance to view your projects and offer feedback. So, even if you aren't a writer or filmmaker, sign up anyway! Movie fans are welcome to comment on uploaded scripts and videos.
Some of the best films submitted will be screened by Warner Brothers executives, thanks to a first-look deal Amazon Studios has made with them. The filmmaker will also get a meeting with execs to pitch their ideas.
Check out all uploaded projects, last month's contest winners, and detailed guidelines for future contests here: