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Three G-Star School of the Arts Students Cast in New Television Show

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Three G-Star students have been cast in the new series In Sanity, Florida

(PALM SPRINGS, FL) February 24, 2016– Three G-Star School of the Arts for Film, Animation and Performing Arts students have earned principal roles in the new web-based TV Show In Sanity, Florida.  The show is created by Marc Zatorsky and Shawn Morell. of See-Worthy Productions, LLC.

In Sanity, Florida where ‘the town is small, but the crazy isn’t.’  The crazy antics of a small coastal town will be told through the life journey of Emma Scott Fitzgerald, a young woman whose love for her quirky town and hypochondriac grandmother holds her back from discovering the person she wants to be.” explains co-creator Morell.

Zatorsky and Morell are just coming off another of their hit projects titled Tweet about teens and paranormal activity.  After two seasons Tweet is being offered to major cable channels and has garnered “Best Actress on a Web Series” nomination for its star, Taylor Blackwell.  Ms. Blackwell continues her collaboration with Zatorski and Morell as the star of Sanity.  G-Star Studios announced last month that See-Worthy Films has taken up permanent residence on the Studios’ back lot.  In Sanity, Florida is a SAG-AFTRA New Media production.

Sydney Presendieu, Madison Lillard, and Walker Clermont are all students of the G-Star School of the Arts, which recently received an A rating from the Florida Department of Education. The school also is getting set for an open house in March to introduce new students to the unique curriculum that makes G-Star so special.

G-Star Students Work in Big Week at G-Star Studios

gstar(PALM SPRINGS, FL) FEBRUARY 4, 2016– G-Star Studios (owned and operated by the G-Star School of the Arts), South Florida’s largest motion picture studio, has opened up a new season of productions with a back lot full of feature films, episodic web & TV shows, and major commercials. G-Star students are working on all the shows as cast and/or crew.

This past week auditions for a new web-based TV show, “In Sanity, Florida,” were held in Sound Stage 1 to accommodate the short list of 250 of the 1700 actors who submitted for parts in the show. The web-based TV show’s (then to cable) first season, produced by See-Worthy Films owned by Marc Zatorsky and Shawn Morell, will be shot at various Palm Beach County locations as well as at G-Star Studios beginning in April. Sanity is a comedy about a crazy small town in Florida.

Auditions were also held for “HENRI,” a drama written and directed by Octavian O for New Beginnings Films; an action and suspense story about a martial arts fighter who returns to his hometown to defend himself and the ones he loves, will be shot on G-Star Studios back lot. Scenes from the feature film B.F.F., a film that explores the potentially disastrous relationship between two teenage boys and a girl, were also shot on the G-Star Studios back lot. The film is written and directed by David Haines for RD Productions.

Requests for scouting to shoot at the G-Star Studios film production facilities in the near future have come from a feature film for select scenes starring one of the silver screen’s biggest stars; a major commercial by a multi-billion dollar sports company (back for a third production); and a new episodic TV show already licensed for a major cable network. All productions will include G-Star students.

Additionally, the G-Star School of the Arts will be hosting an open house next month. On March 5th and 6th from 1-2:30 p.m. students and parents are invited to come in and learn more about what makes G-Star one of the top Palm Beach County charter schools.

G-Star School of the Arts Announces Student Appearing in Feature Film

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Noah Forgione, a G-Star School of the Arts freshman, is appearing in the new film “Walt Before Disney.”

(Palm Beach County, FL) SEPTEMBER 9, 2015— The G-Star School of the Arts is pleased to announce that one of its students, Noah Forgione, is making his splash on film in the new film “Walt Before Mickey.”

Noah shares the role of Roy Disney with Jon Heder, who many movie fans will remember as the star of “Napoleon Dynamite.”

The film takes a look at Walt Disney’s early years in Kansas, where he began to develop his ideas about entertaining with animation. After serving in the Red Cross during World War I, Walt Disney came back to the United States to perfect the technology and hone the creativity that brought Mickey Mouse to life.

Since he was seven years old, Noah Forgione has been perfecting his own craft to land this role in a feature film. The ninth grader attends one of the country’s top schools for students interested in a career in the entertainment industry.

The G-Star School of the Arts reviews a number of areas of the industry, giving students the background they need to succeed in this highly competitive field.

For more information, visit the official website for the school at gstarschool.org.

G-Star School of the Arts Announces Halloween Film Contest

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G-Star School is giving young filmmakers the chance to set their work in 19th century London.

(PALM BEACH COUNTY, FL) SEPTEMBER 4, 2015— The G-Star school of the Arts for Film, Animation and Performing Arts is pleased to announce an upcoming contest that will give young filmmakers a chance to develop their craft with the help of G-star students.

The G-Star Studios Cell Phone Film Festival brings these budding directors, writers and actors onto the nationally-recognized G-Star soundstage where they can being the process of building a story set in 19th century London, England during the time of Jack the Ripper.

On Sunday, October 18th, students will have a chance to visit the set and being thinking about their film. They will also be paired with student mentors from the G-Star school who can help students through the development of their story and also help with shooting and editing.

Over the next week, student will have a chance to write their story, and then the following weekend they will have a chance to shoot their film with their mobile device. G-Star student mentors will work with filmmakers to help them edit their work into a finished product.

Then, the filmmakers will have their chance to shine with a showing of their work in front of industry professionals at the Palm Beach International Film Festival Student Showcase.

For more information, visit the G-Star School’s website at gstarschool.org.

G-Star School Announces Competition for Budding Filmmakers

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Students will have a chance to shoot on a spectacular set emulating 19th century London.

(PALM BEACH COUNTY, FL) AUGUST 31, 2015— The G-Star School of the Arts for Film, Animation and Performing Arts is excited to announce that it is opening its doors to sixth, seventh and eighth graders who aspire to become filmmakers.

The G-Star Studios Cell Phone Film Festival brings these budding directors, writers and actors onto the nationally-recognized G-Star soundstage where they can being the process of building a story set in 19th century London, England during the time of Jack the Ripper.

On Sunday, October 18th, students will have a chance to visit the set and being thinking about their film. They will also be paired with student mentors from the G-Star school who can help students through the development of their story and also help with shooting and editing.

Over the next week, student will have a chance to write their story, and then the following weekend they will have a chance to shoot their film with their mobile device. G-Star student mentors will work with filmmakers to help them edit their work into a finished product.

Then, the filmmakers will have their chance to shine with a showing of their work in front of industry professionals at the Palm Beach International Film Festival Student Showcase.

For more information, visit the G-Star School’s website at gstarschool.org.

 

SophiaStar, A New York Celebrity Marketing Firm, Announces Custom Web Design and Brand Development for New Emerging Actors.

SophiaStar, A New York Celebrity Marketing Firm Announces Custom Web Design and Brand Development for New Emerging Actors.
New York Celebrity Marketing Firm, SophiaStar, announces custom web design and brand development for actors looking to further careers in the movie industry

“A state-of-the-art website and custom brand development represents actors as leading talent in the industry”  – George Magalios, Sophiastar president

(NEW YORK, NY) MARCH 4, 2014 – The New York City marketing firm, Sophiastar, is pleased to announce custom brand development and state-of-the-art web design for actors and entertainers looking to launch movie careers. Brand development and web design are key factors in establishing a powerful profile that attracts audiences and increases opportunity to obtain a leading role in film.

The entertainers that invest in custom branding and sophisticated web design create a profile that allures viewers and captivates large audiences. Reputation management and a strong online presence that reflects a desired image is going to impress both the viewing public and industry professionals looking to cast roles and hire actors that fit the character profile.

Sophiastar is a full service-marketing firm that specializes in web design and brand development for actors and entertainers looking to advance careers in film. Its clients are represented as leading actors in the movie industry.