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New findings on the Lost Flight of Amelia Earhart ... Ten years of research studying the loss of Amelia Earhart brings a story in book form that has all the trappings of a book classic and as a feature film, a film classic. It is truly amazing that Navy Intelligence and U.S. and Japanese interests have been able to keep the secrets and the evidence of the Earhart loss suppressed for over 70 years, but it has happened. No she did not crash and sinkat sea, no she did not crash at Gardner Island (Nikumaroro), and no she did not come back to America in disguise as Irene Bolam.
“Lost Flight” will take you there... to a very small island in the Pacific... to a lost airplane floundering over open waters... to a story that has never been told on the silver screen or in book form. For those who want the story behind the storywith supporting details and evidence that only a published work can provide, this book is a definitive must read on the life and loss of Amelia Earhart.
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CASABLANCA, CITIZEN KANE, THE AFRICAN QUEEN, NATIONAL VELVET all had one thing in common.They were made "the old fashioned way".They had good stories, good talent, dedicated producers, realistic budgets and they were managed by professionals who made their craft of entertainment and showmanship a way of life. These movies, and many other films of yesteryear, have stood the test of time by remaining popular even today.Good stories survive.Good talent survives.Without these ingredients, big budgets don't make it, big stars, mega attorneys, super agents, hyper deal makers, and a high rise office of creative accountants don't guarantee success.Many of those who call the shots in today's "over budget" film industry simply gamble astronomical sums hoping for the blockbuster hit that will make a killing on the first weekend of release.
Our company was founded on the premise that it is far better to invest in the development of good scripts and good talent, with reasonable budgets that will show up on the screen, rather than big budgets that go into the pockets of high priced stars, their agents, managers and lawyers.CASABLANCA was not a big budget film, nor was it a blockbuster when it was released in 1943.It won an Academy Award as Best Picture because of the creative production talent, the talented performers and a captivating screenplay that stood on its own without the need for dazzling special effects to make up for a lack of story content.
We believe that an opportunity now exists to bring back the basic fundamentals of film production.Reasonable attorneys, agents and managers exist who are willing to structure fair deals for their clients and the projects.The talent is available, the stories exist and the market has never been as wide as it is today for motion picture product.And, distribution options will soon exist that have never before been available. Good product, produced within reasonable budgets will return revenues for decades.New product made "the old fashioned way" will stand the test of time.