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504 Multimedia LLC present Make Some N.O.Y.S.E. Film Project

By on August 23, 2013
Why we Make Movies

This bitter Earth     <View Clip     Featured in the upcoming issue of 504 Magazine (pictured right), New Orleans premiere jazz publication, will be “Nola For Life”, Mayor Mitch Landrieu’s successful, life-changing initiative to reduce the New Orleans murder and violent crime rates. The issue is dedicated to not only defining the initiative, but also touting the enormous contributions it has already made and how it continues to improve the lives of all New Orleans residents.
“http://www.imdb.com/video/wab/vi4254664217/”>This Bitter Earth

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Inspired by the Mayor’s initiative, 504 Multimedia/504 Magazine is excited to announce the launch of MAKE SOME NOYSE! Film Project, a.k.a. the New Orleans Youth Safety and Education Film Project, a “proposed” collaboration between 504 Multimedia, the City of New Orleans Mayor’s Office NOLA for Life Project and the Louisiana Recovery School District with a stated mission to: 1) reduce the murder and violent crime rates and make New Orleans a safer place for the youth and their families to live, pursue their education and realize their career dreams, and 2) bring the caring, dedicated and talented people, the vast community resources and the rich music history of New Orleans together in an annual multimedia extravaganza aimed at improving the lives of youth and their families by educating, discussing and taking affirmative action on serious topical issues that affect their daily lives as well as their futures.

MAKE SOME NOYSE! Film Project is geared up and ready to take flight with the inaugural presentation of the currently “in production” feature film, “This Bitter Earth” – with key scenes still to be shot in New Orleans – scheduled for 2014 (TBA). The film stars Hollywood legends Billy Dee Williams (Star Wars), Richard Roundtree (Shaft) and Nichelle Nichols (Star Trek), as well as Craig Lamar Traylor (Malcolm in the Middle) and Sahara Garey (Akeelah and the Bee). The film will be part of a larger 504 magazine / multimedia event that will also include fantastic Live music and inspiring spoken word performances, and guest speakers, all at the newly renovated and historic Carver Theater located in New Orleans 6th Ward on the fringe of the Faubourg Treme, the oldest community of free Blacks in America.

New Orleans, this is your opportunity! We have the plan, the venue, the energy, the talent, the motivation, the equipment, the musicians and the film scripts… however, to make the vision become a reality, we need active, committed partnerships with like-minded people within the community. MAKE SOME NOYSE! Film Project is seeking your support to help bring this powerful and important project to the youths and their families of New Orleans.
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If you are interested in supporting MAKE SOME NOYSE! Film Project, contact William “Doc” Jones, CEO/Publisher of 504 Magazine, at doc@504mag.com or 504-264-1624 www.504multimedia.com .

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