The Florence Belsky Charitable Foundation
is releasing our 2016 Annual Report!
Find out what we have been up to,
all the good that has been done,
and who we have to thank!
Read more at:
Read more at:
We make buying Dental & Vision simple.
Dental plans for all budgets & needs.
That’s why we call it “Dental & Vision for Everyone!”
About “Dental & Vision for Everyone”
Check out Advisor Aaron Beaudette site to review and compare low cost dental insurance plans with comprehensive charts that feature plan highlights, rates, deductibles and co-pays.
Send an email to LisaGold@90210Talent.com
(don’t forget the Gold as we have another Lisa in the office!)
This is the site that 95% of all commercial casting is done with. Yes, there are others, but I’m focusing on this one to start. Have it “tricked out” as much as humanly possible. Great photos – a variety showing and representing looks that you would be doing in life…casual, business, some action, etc, media clips attached to the projects/activities they are from and/or a video reel. Have your commercial related credits right at the top, i.e. commercial work, print, industrials, even voiceover. Put commercial classes and training at the top of the training section.
I’m looking for ALL TYPES and AGES, Union and Non-Union and especially need folks with SKILLS in real life. Certifications, high levels of expertise in areas, or have another real profession. It has been an eye opener to me that producers want REAL PEOPLE. But real people can’t act necessarily, so they want actors to ACT like real people and they also want you to have a great familiarity with the reality they seek. Real chiropractors, real dog walkers, real families with toddlers, real yoga instructors, real paramedics. Get the drift? Click all of those boxes under skills and the level of experience. In other words, go over this platform with a fine toothed comb before you submit.
Please include any specific information about yourself you think will get me jazzed to work with you or a “memory jog” of how I may know you in your cover note.
I regret that I will be unable to respond to all of the submissions I know will be coming my way. This doesn’t mean I don’t love you! It just means there’s not enough TIME in the day to do it all. I will be setting up in-person appointments all throughout January at our offices.
PLEASE NOTE: You must LIVE in the greater Los Angeles area or within a reasonably commutable distance. This biz is FAST and most auditions have about a 24 hour notice!
Though we are bi-coastal and have offices in NYC, we do not yet have a commercial department there. However there are plans to open one this year. I’ll let you know!
Step 1. — Register your account at advisors.flobel.org, with your email and a password you will remember. You will get a confirmation email once your account has been approved. NOTE: Even if we have your bio, registering connects your email to your advisor profile, so everyone should register. Any duplicates get sorted out on the back-end.
Step 2. — Download the iOS app from app.flobel.org.
Step 3. — Once the app has been downloaded, open it. On the bottom right corner of the screen, click the gear icon that reads ‘Account.’ Login with your email and password from Step 1. This will allow you contact other advisors and edit your profile.
Step 4. — On the bottom center of the screen, click the people icon that reads “Advisors.” On this tab, you can search for advisors by name, interests, and profession. Just type the keyword for what you are looking for in the top of the screen.
Step 5. — Once you find an advisor you want to connect with, go to their profile and click “contact advisor” underneath their name. The app will request approval, and once that is given, you will be connected with the advisor.
Momma’s Porch is a powerful journey of tears, fears, and triumphs through the annals of black history told by a self-effacing griot of her own life experiences from the porch of her family home. Michael Cordes, a young reporter is sent out to write a feel-good story on Ms. Sini Butler, a 106-year-old local African American woman. He expected the interview to be interesting and maybe even thought provoking. But what he wasn’t prepared for was just how much so. Ms. Sini’s life was masterfully intertwined with numerous historical African American figures. Through her own personal pain, her facetiousness, her wisdom, and her acquaintances, Ms. Sini’s life chronicles nearly 100 years of culture from the perspective of a rocking chair and a cold glass of lemonade.
Photo Credit to the incredible Chandra Brown at Chandra Divine Images. She can be reached at 212 470 4125 and email@example.com for future shows. She comes highly recommended by the Florence Belsky Charitable Foundation.
Mendez SoHo, Soho Strut and The Florence Belsky Foundation are delighted to share our Salon Series, occasional gatherings of collectors, curators, artists, writers and art enthusiasts who meet and mingle in a informal setting to show their works of art, discuss their sources of inspiration, and share their perspectives on the development of their artistic endeavor, as well as their choice of subject matter and medium.
About the Program Sponsors:
Mendez SoHo maintains a website and loft venue celebrating the creative legacy of Louis Mendez, artist, educator and bon vivant. The Mendez SoHo Salon Series has been launched to feature selected artists and collectors who will lead lively and informative conversations focusing on their medium, technique, motivation and inspiration. For further information, visit www.louismendez.com.
Soho Strut provides a direct line for business owners in SoHo to talk to each other, work with each other, and ultimately strengthen their businesses. New York can sometimes feel big and impersonal, which is why as the city continues to expand and grow it’s critical that there are networks in place to help neighborhoods maintain their unique community feel. For more information, visit www.sohostrut.com.
The Florence Belsky Charitable Foundation, I Can Still Do That supports the arts through donations and charitable events. I Can Still Do That is the Foundation’s media generating arm, producing media projects and educational webinars with an emphasis on individuals in transition and intergenerational mentoring. Florence Belsky founded the Florence Belsky Charitable Foundation during her lifetime. She was a firm believer in the power of networking and mentoring and the Florence Belsky Charitable Foundation continues to carry on that legacy. For further information visit florencebelskyfoundation.org.
#1: Emily Rutgers Fuller
#2: Sara Garden Armstrong
#3 : Paul Carlucci
#4: Richard Haas
#5: Laura Shechter
Part-time intern sought to run a soon to be launched music curation playlist and part of an established music channel, much like “CloudKid”, “MrSuicideSheep”, and “Trepanation” etc.
Ideal candidate will be well versed in contemporary music, particularly EDM, and will review and assess music submissions and help decide which ones are right for the channel and playlists. A really great chance for emerging artists, DJ’s, and bands to get their music heard.
Qualifications include: a love of music, knowledge of social media and online streaming, general experience on video, video editing, behind the scenes, sound engineering sessions, production assistant for shoots, post- and pre- production, pre tour production assisting and helping behind the scenes. Salary is negotiable. Submit your bio and/or resume to firstname.lastname@example.org” .