Friday, December 11, 2009

Art in Hidden Places now on COMCAST 24!!!


We are happy to announce that "Art in Hidden Places" is airing for a new season in Atlanta and metro Atlanta on channel 24! Fridays at 3:30pm!
Thank you all for your support!

Stay tuned for more updates on TV airings nationwide!

Monday, October 5, 2009

AHP Selected for the 2009 Urban Mediamakers Film Festival

Movie Mad Entertainment's producer Vanessa Anthony's "Art in Hidden Places" has been selected to be screened at the 2009 8th annual Urban Mediamakers Film Festival in Atlanta, Georgia! Visit www.umff.com for details.

If you are in Atlanta October 16-18th, come out to see our host Daisha Hunter interview the Japanese R&B Soul singer Kane Tominaga, live from his studio in Tokyo. What it is like grinding in one of the world's largest metropolises? How is this Japanese singer, producer, and DJ viewed singing Black music in Japan?
Watch "Art in Hidden Places"!
Preview

Monday, September 21, 2009

Death of A Drunk Feature Film is Returning !

It's been 3 years since our short "Death of a Drunk" has been out of the spotlight.This time,we're revamping our first short into a feature film.Finally after 3 years of sweat and preparation,"Death of a Drunk" will be ready once again,only this time we're aiming for the BIG SCREEN!

Please visit our website http://www.moviemadentertainment.com/projects.html to learn more about our project.


We appreciate your feedback and support.

Thursday, September 10, 2009

First Look:Movie Mad Entertainment Demo Reel

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

"Art in Hidden Places" official trailer

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ARt in HIdden Places official trailer.

Monday, May 4, 2009

"ART IN HIDDEN PLACES" BEHIND THE SCENES


Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Brazilian Fashion Model Ana Clara Veiga


Ana Clara Veiga born in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, started as a model in Sao Paulo in 1997. She traveled around the world and lived in many countries such as Australia, France, England, Italy and Japan. She lived in New York City for five and a half years, and in 2001 started a production and multimedia company called Reality Engine while working as a model. There she took part in several events and photo/video productions. By the end of 2005, on one of her trips to Japan, she decided to adopt Tokyo as a home town because of the excellent opportunities for her modeling career and future business, along with its cosmopolitan style and throbbing cultural life.