Sunday, May 25, 2008

"Art in Hidden Places" Interviews Kate Crash!

"Art in Hidden Places" interviews American Artist,Dancer, Musician, Self Expressionist, Kate Crash. She's breaking through the Tokyo Music scene labeling herself as "The Most Interesting Thing on Earth!" Our very own, Daisha Hunter got an exclusive interview with Kate during a live street performance at Shibuya Crossing!

Production Notes by Host Daisha Hunter

Kate Crash is a live wreck! She is the most energetic person I've met thus far. It was a blast interviewing her at my most favorite place in the world, Shibuya Crossing. The Japanese didn't know what to do with her, especially not the police who tried to stop her from rockin' out Tokyo. Kate is a ball of life on electric Tang and we know she deserves the best in her punk cult following. Rock On!

Saturday, May 10, 2008

Movie Mad Entertainment Projects:"Art in Hidden Places."

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AHP interviews Shantell Martin, Illustrator

"Art in Hidden Places" watched Shantell Martin's imagination draw live with her digital pen. Daisha Hunter interviewed to find out what being a VJ is all about.

Since graduating from London's Central Saint Martins University of Art & Design with first class honors in graphic design and illustration in 2003, Shantell Martin has been expanding conventional definitions of drawing, using it as a base from which to storm and occupy the design, fashion and music scenes. Now based in Tokyo, Martin has been a much sought-after resident and guest VJ at some of the city's most experimental club nights and has collaborated with some of the best-known names in the fashion and music industry.

Like her drawings, Martin herself seems to be in an unstoppable state of constant and conscious movement: by turn illustrator, designer, VJ, artist, videographer and more, each persona is linked by the common thread of her trademark continuous-line style, each project a further entanglement of disciplines and an exploratory step into a new world the artist creates as she moves through it.

Movie Mad Entertainment Welcomes Hiroyuki Ito!

Movie Mad Entertainment welcomes Hiroyuki Ito to their company.

Hiroyuki is a freelance journalist, actor, media personality, coordinator based in Tokyo, Japan. His versatility and likeability combined have made him an indispensable figure in the industry, and he is now widely recognized as one of the busiest and hardest working individuals in the field of media/entertainment in Tokyo.

Screening at The ImaginAsian Theatre

Outside the Theatre for AHP's first day of Screening.

February 28-March 3, 2008

New York International Independent Film Festival

Here we are with Stuart Alson the Film Festival's Head Organizer.
February 28-March 3, 2008