Indigenous Film Night, Sept 13 in NYC

Film night to celebrate indigenous peoples’ cultures and identities in cities On 13 September, the United Nations will open the doors to an indigenous film night, paying tribute to the many indigenous peoples, living and sustaining their cultures in the world’s biggest cities far from their ancestral homes. Through Reaghan Tarbell’s documentary “To Brooklyn and Back: A Mohawk Journey” (2009), we will meet the courageous Mohawk women who sustained a vibrant community in Brooklyn, while Mohawk … [Read more...]

Nature Is Speaking, Julia Roberts is voice of Mother Nature

Nature Is Speaking – Julia Roberts is voice of Mother Nature Our movement is dedicated to managing those things we can control. Better. Country by country. Business by business. Human by human. We are not about us vs. them. It doesn’t matter if you’re an American, a Canadian or a Papua New Guinean. You don’t even have to be particularly fond of the ocean or have a soft spot for elephants. This is simply about all of us coming together to do what needs to be … [Read more...]

AYI JIHU’S FEARCHASER™ FILM THE NEXT BIG THING?

IS AYI JIHU’S FEARCHASER™ FILM THE NEXT BIG THING? Ever since Fearchaser hit the scene in 2009/2010 it sparked a lot of interest worldwide. So much so it was turned into an online game on Adventure Quest Worlds http://www.AQW.com and 25 million out of 100 million subcribers worldwide played and enjoyed the game. The idea of a superhero who can see and fight your fears is unique indeed and seems to have captured the imagination of many around the world. Now it has spawned into a full … [Read more...]

Palestinian Women to launch the new documentary film, Ana Ahlam

UNRWA partnered with the Center for Resources for Gender Equality “Abaad” and the General Union of Palestinian Women to launch the new documentary film, Ana Ahlam, in a special ceremony held in Beirut on 4 April 2013. Addressing the audience – which included the Ambassadors of Switzerland and Mexico, the Iranian Cultural Attaché, in addition to nearly 180 activists and representatives of Palestinian civil society in Lebanon, and the film director and representatives from the production … [Read more...]

Relationships, 10 Ways to Make a First Date the Best Date Ever

No matter how old you are, there’s something simultaneously exciting and terrifying about each and every first date. Rife with promise, the days leading up to a first date seem filled with potential. That is, until you actually show up and all of the chemistry somehow fizzles. If you’re consistently surprised by dud first dates or by the lack of a returned phone call after one that you thought was awesome, here are 10 tips that might help you make the next first date the last one, and … [Read more...]

AYI JIHU – WOMAN of ACTION™ at the ‘IF ONLY’ Film Premiere at Bafta

In our last article we brought you the news that Ayi Jihu would be attending the Premiere screening of Fredi Kruga Film ‘If Only’. Ayi Jihu is a supporter of C.R.I.M.E (Creating Role Models in Media Enterprise). Last night we were able to join Ayi Jihu at the Screening of ‘If Only’ (our review will follow this article) and report on the events of the night. As we walked into 195 Piccadilly the first thing we noticed was the turn out. Hundreds of people where here to watch the … [Read more...]

Prime Minister of Canada on Canadian Academy Award nominees

Statement by the Prime Minister of Canada on Canadian Academy Award nominees January 10, 2013 Ottawa, Ontario Prime Minister Stephen Harper issued the following statement today congratulating Canadian Academy Award nominees: "On behalf of all Canadians, I offer my congratulations to director Kim Nguyen and producers Pierre Even and Marie-Claude Poulin for the nomination of their film Rebelle (also known as War Witch) as Best Foreign Language Film.   "I would also like to … [Read more...]

Top 10 Holiday Movies to Watch with Your Kids

Since the holidays mean that the kids are home from school, what’s better than using that additional time for a little extra family bonding? If you’ve already been ice skating, have read all the Christmas stories, and are at a loss as to what to do next, why not indulge in a family movie night with some classic holiday favorites? Break out the popcorn and the eggnog and cuddle up with the kids to watch some of these holiday classics, and maybe a few new favorites too. Charlie Brown … [Read more...]

The Whistleblower: The movie the U.N. would prefer you didn’t see

U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon traveled to Hollywood last year to cajole filmmakers and movie stars into making pictures that portray the U.N.'s good works. The Whistleblower, a scathing full-length account of the U.N. peacekeeping effort in Bosnia during the late 1990s, is not what he had in mind. The Samuel Goldwyn Films movie, which is due out in theaters in Los Angeles and New York on Aug. 5, stars British actress Rachel Weisz as a U.N. policewoman who stumbles into the sordid … [Read more...]

MICKEY MICHELLE death begets life, Susan & Robert J. Gilman

MICKEY MICHELLE death begets life   “A psychological and supernatural thriller that sojourns through the depths of insanity - arriving on time to its allegorical destination." TEASER   Synopsis Passenger train 1684 snakes its way through the bright New England foliage. Michelle “Mickey,” single, late forties, walks through nature’s duplicitous kaleidoscope of color and decay. She stops to confront the statue of a revolutionary war hero – a man. After six months … [Read more...]

WOMAN of ACTION™ – Sybil Jason

A Celebration of Women™ Celebrates the Life of yet another amazing woman, one that started as a girl and maintained the title "America's Little Sweetheart." Celebrate with us.........in honor of all children of our world. WOMAN of ACTION™ Sybil Jason {Shirley Temple Black} Shirley Temple was born on April 23, 1928 in Santa Monica, California, one of three children. She began taking singing and dancing lessons when she was two years old, and when she was three and a … [Read more...]

“88 Books That Shaped America”, LOC ~ Celebration exhibition June 25 – Sept 29th

“Books That Shaped America” The Library of Congress –the world’s largest repository of knowledge and information–is beginning its multiyear “Celebration of the Book” with an exhibition, “Books That Shaped America,” opening June 25. The exhibition is part of a larger series of programs, symposia and other events that explore the important and varied ways that books influence our lives. The “Books That Shaped America” exhibition will be on view from June 25 through Sept. 29 in the … [Read more...]

Ayi Jihu: East meets Far East, new world musical order with Aron B

Global News Inc. had exclusive access to the filming of the brand new Aron B video co-starring Chinese star Ayi Jihu. Watching the action behind the scenes of this ambitious music video it became clear that the dynamics of the world music scene are drastically changing and at the forefront of the revolution are artists like Aron B and Ayi Jihu. Initially, what one may see is a straightforward music video featuring collaboration between two young stars; nothing more, nothing less. However, … [Read more...]

Wendy J. Elkin, Painting Bolinas – WOMAN of ACTION™

A Celebration of Women™ is elated to Celebrate the Life of this adventurous, loving and talented woman with a curiosity for life, that, as she would say "My insatiable curiosity often gets the best of me." This woman began her Journey as a special education teacher, then, working as a photographer of the public, finding herself attracted to the Civil Rights Leaders. It was during an IN-KIND DRIVE as Art Commissioner for the city of Mill Valley, that the dream of her life began. She has … [Read more...]

Copyright 2014 @ A Celebration of Women™ The World Hub for Women Leaders That Care