The Sci Fi and LGBTQ short film Metanoia that was produced in Mexico continues to succeed all over the world. Now, it’s won Best LGBTQ Award of Excellence and Best Drama Award of Prestige in the Vegas Movie Awards.
Guy Nattiv, William Baldwin, Tom Hanks, Ron Perlman, Adam Levine, Olivia Colman, Vinnie Jones, Marisa Tomei, Malcolm McDowell, Eric Roberts, Will Ferrell: This is a part from a prestigious list of winners and participants that won or participated at this festival, in many categories. Now, it’s the international film producer Ariel Lavi, the famous actress Jessica Decote, the promising actress Laura Di Luca, the talented actor Carlos Hendrick Huber, the promising screenwriter David Alejandro Gigena Kazimierczak , the great director Moran Avni and the entire top level Metanoia team who joining this list. This film won 2 awards at this festival- Best LGBTQ Award of Excellence and Best Drama Award of Prestige. The second award was granted by the judges, while it wasn’t submitted to this category. This fact proves how high level this film is. It was nominated and qualified to the semifinals for Best of the Month and was nominated in Best Short Film in conclusion: 2 wins and 2 nominations at this festival.
Metanoia already won film festivals in Los Angeles and London and currently, was nominated in a festival in Toronto for 2 awards, and this film was nominated in Los Angeles and London, too. 4 wins and 6 nominations all over the world. This film was distributed to streaming platforms in China like IQiyi- Netflix Of China, Bilibili. This film is successful because of the quality of the film. The story is deep and exciting. We congratulate Metanoia for the win and wait to see the next win.
Cesar D’ La Torre: A Versatile Powerhouse in the Global Entertainment Arena
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Cesar D’ La Torre, a Latin European actor and martial artist, has made significant inroads in both English and Spanish entertainment industries. His diverse career spans movies, TV series, and video games. D’ La Torre’s performances in ‘Angry Neighbors’ alongside Frank Langella and Stockard Channing, and in the BAFTA-winning ‘Immortality’, exhibit his wide-ranging talent. He also shone in ‘Muna’, an action film about mafia rivalries, and the romantic comedy ‘Heavy Duty Lovers’, co-starring Eric Roberts. His foray into science fiction includes a role in ‘Black Easter’, a film about young geniuses and a terrorist plot involving time travel.
Cesar’s foray into American film and TV is marked by prominent roles. He has featured in Amazon’s ‘Leverage Redemption’, the TBS sitcom ‘Ground Floor’, and ‘Throwing Shade’ on TV Land with Will Ferrell. He also appeared in ‘DTLA’ on LOGO TV, sharing the screen with Melanie Griffith. Showcasing his creative versatility, Cesar co-directed, wrote, and acted in the short film ‘The Florist’, which was nominated for ‘Best Dramatic Short’ and ‘Best Short Film’ at the Burbank International Film Festival.
Hailing from Maracaibo, Venezuela, Cesar now calls Los Angeles his home. Beyond acting, he is an accomplished martial artist with a black belt in karate and has won numerous national championships in Venezuela.
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Las Vegas Sphere Has Reportedly Lost $98.4 Million USD Since It Opened
As new venues go, the Las Vegas Sphere garnered a lot of attention when it first opened. Opening in September with a residency by famed Irsih rock band U2, the Internet took a moment to “oo and ah” over the incredible visuals and experience brought on by the Sphere.
The multi-billion dollar venue is owned and operated by the same parent company that owns Madison Square Garden. In a recent report from The New York Post, the venue has reported a revenue of just $118 million USD, 71% down from a year ago. The venue officially opened on September 29 with a residency performance by U2, but it appears to have lost its momentum since then.
From the sold-out U2 shows, the venue saw $4.1 million USD and $2.6 million from suite licensing and advertising on its exosphere. According to an SEC filing, Sphere’s CFO Gautam Ranji has reportedly quit. In the filing it claims that his resignation was “not a result of any disagreement with the company’s independent auditors or any member of management on any matter of accounting principles or practices, financial statement disclosure or internal controls.” The NY Post reported that Ranji had quit suddenly after CEO James Dolan was seen “yelling and screaming” at him. A source said, “They did a wonderful job burying the news. A CFO quitting less than a week before earnings is unheard of.” In a press release shared to NME, the company said, “Sphere’s opening in Las Vegas in September represented a significant milestone, generating worldwide attention and marking the beginning of a new chapter for our Company. We are building positive momentum across Sphere and remain confident that we are well positioned to drive long-term value for shareholders.”
It remains to be seen if the Sphere was a good investment or not.
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