“Forgotten Hollywood”- Appearing Soon on the Silver Screen!

Posted on October 11, 2010 by raideoman1 | No Comments

Manny P. here…

   IT’S OFFICIAL … Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History is slated for development as a theatrical documentary by Vision4Media, Inc. This mutual agreement will allow us to  share seldom told Hollywood Golden Age stories with a movie-going (and/or television) audience anticipating this most special of cinematic visits. I expect folks who purchase a copy of my book will support and appreciate the film when eventually completed.

   According to their official website:


a Conscious Filmmaker® company

Vision4Media Inc. creates powerful television and film productions designed to have a positive impact on society. Its principals have produced, directed, written, and edited hundreds of projects for major broadcast and cable networks, Fortune 500 companies, international non-profits, and educational institutions. Founded by filmmakers David C. Bojorquez and Keith G. Myers, Vision4Media’s tradition of production excellence has been recognized by over two dozen national awards. Driven by the Conscious Filmmaker (@) philosophy, the company focuses on producing high quality media that is both entertaining and meaningful. 

   The Vision4Media website offers a remarkable list of past and current projects on their roster (including Beyond The Moonwalk, which chronicles the linear rise of street dance –  and its relationship to Michael Jackson’s famous Billie Jean Appearance on the Motown 25th Anniversary special); and provides a definitive explanation of the Conscious Filmmaker (@)  approach. The short description:

 An artist with the aware intent to create films imbued with an enlightened purpose.

   Here is the link to their site:


   With Vision4Media at the helm, I believe Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History will emerge as a substantive film project. 

Until next time>                               “never forget”

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