Thursday, October 27, 2016

Bahamas Film Industry tell all, a road map to a new world of box office excitement



Marinated with well placed side splitting humor as only Jefford Curre’ can do.   

“Jefford Curre' Civilian Engagement” has been hailed as one of the most politically intriguing chapters in the making of cinema history.

Venture behind the scenes of a never before told story, as it documents Jefford Curre's invention of the Bahamas Film Industry. Be apart of the action as he braves through the rugged pioneering frontiers to financially engineer the rise of the indigenous movie making movement.
Order now on: COMASUKI.COM



The Megavision Network repositions for power opening as the Bahamas film market embraces advantages.



The Megavision Network repositions for power opening and expanded network affilliates in USA, Canada, Asia, Bahamas and South America. 

Plus, ''Stars In Paradise'' the all Bahamian movie channel carried on The Megavision Network is retooling with the hiring of a new executive team.




The Megavison Network moves within striking distance, as executives brace to out maneuver fierce competition in the global market place. The company will increase staff by 64% to better manage growth over the next 18 months. 

Bahamas first movie company leads the future


Megavision Pictures, a clear and decisive model of 21st century leadership.




Under the creative direction of box-office superstar, owner, Jefford Curre', Megavision Pictures exhibits a clear and decisive model of 21st century leadership. As the company assumes its position as a world class brand, it continues to focus on highly motivated students and career changing professionals. Megavision Pictures is bringing new meaning to the phrase “The world’s a stage and all are actors". Impressively surviving almost two decades of the Bahamas’ cinematic dark ages, Megavision Pictures has emerged onto the international scene as a beacon of brilliance, with a show of incredible strength, rising even beyond the fog of a worldwide recession. - starsinparadise.com

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

24 new Bahamas film industry movies in line for distribution by Megavision Pictures.


The action kicks off

with the global release of JEFFORD CURRE'

PARADISE INTRIGUE

The story follows a top secret government agent who finds himself at the center of a global crisis. He's a high target for underground recruitment, and the top priority of an international manhunt. It’s a race against time and against all odds, as the Bahamas’ leading man of action battles to save the peaceful playground from total destruction.

Keep up with "Stars in Paradise"



Stay ahead of the box-office game with "Stars In Paradise".


"Stars In Paradise" magazine is the Bahamas leading movie industry business publication.
It is highly focused and dedicated to keeping its readers up-dated on the latest developments as it relates to movie premiers, film festivals, productions, employment, internship, training, and investment opportunities in the Bahamas Film Industry.

Box office players around the world count on "Stars In Paradise" magazine to stay ahead of the game and maximize return on their investments in the fast growing Bahamas movie market.

What's your place in the Bahamas new number one industry?


What's your place in the Bahamas movie industry?Stars In Paradise would like to know.

In 1994, Stars In Paradise magazine made its local debut among the extensive press corp. that covered the courageous launch of Megavision Pictures series of opening events, under the creative direction of Jefford Curre'. This historical moment was the highlight of the Bahamas Chamber of Commerce week and provided a portal to the next step in the Bahamas' economic development.

Since that small beginning, Stars In Paradise has grown steadily with the Bahamas Film Industry and has become the most trusted source for Bahamas cinema trade information. Stars In Paradise is the Bahamas’official film industry magazine. Count on us to be there, highlighting the people on the cutting edge of the Bahamas Film Industry.

This is the international premiere of "Stars In Paradise" We look forward to learning about your premieres, festival updates, reviews and deep probing interviews. Let us be the first to know about your movie making plans, progress and success. We at Stars In Paradise magazine understand your need to focus on the positive. We are committed to the Bahamas' movie makers with a global perspective, and our commitment extends equally to manufacturers and educators, who are looking for opportunities to expand their market. That’s why Stars In Paradise magazine is the first choice of Hollywood’s film executives.

With strong industry circulation and a reputation for building superstars, no magazine is better positioned to make a stronger impression on your target market. It is little wonder why Stars In Paradise magazine is the Bahamas’ leading film industry publication.

Making it from script to screen and beyond in the Bahamas Film Industry

New development deals by
Megavision Pictures


Megavision Pictures has entered development deals with 15 box-office entrepreneurs in the Bahamas who are embracing a limited open window to take their story from manuscript to big screen. The major challenge among many is to make the transition to full time careers by the end of the year.

Jefford Curre' congratulates Sir Sidney Poiter










Coming up: Jefford Curre'
the star of "Paradise Intrigue"
congratulates the
legendary
Oscar winning

Monday, October 24, 2016

Bahamas film industry ''Man of the year''


The 7 most frequently asked questions about the book - 

"JEFFORD CURRE' 
CIVILIAN ENGAGEMENT"


Marinated in well placed, side splitting humor, as only Jefford Curre' can do. "JEFFORD CURRE' CIVILIAN ENGAGEMENT" is an adventurous story that will help you realize that dark moments don't last forever. It will hurt. It can even kill you if you don't change your perspective. More importantly is the fact that if it doesn't kill you, it will always lead you to a higher place and that includes work, play, business and relationships. This book episode is loaded with heroes just like you, who struggled and made impossible dreams come true.

Question 1. How did a monkish nerd like Jefford get to live in with forty super hot girls, during his training days in Los Angeles and what did he do?

Steamy, stylish, risky and compelling. “Jefford Curre' Civilian Engagement” has been praised for highlighting one of the most intriguing chapters in the making of modern cinema history. It's bold, and determine, with an out of the box approach that's not even trying to be like anything you've read before. Venture behind the scenes of a never before told story.  Ride along with the Bahamas biggest and most popular action figure.  From the nerve dangling pioneering missions of the Royal Bahamas Defence Force, follow through   to his ground breaking invention of the Bahamas Film Industry.  Be apart of the action as he braves  the rugged and treacherous frontiers of off-shore politics, sex, banking and religion. Find out  how this box-office genius changed the game and financially engineered the rise of the Bahamian indigenous movie making movement.

Question 2. How do you make money in the Bahamas Film Industry and still go to heaven?

(This book does not give advice of any kind.  Though the story is true, it's intended for entertainment purposes only, and should not be the basis of any decisions.)


About 

JEFFORD CURRE' 
  
Star/Director/Creator of
“Paradise Intrigue” the Bahamas first movie
  
Question 3. Apart from his mother and father, who were the mystery mentors behind the rise of Jefford Curre', and why did they commit to  his vision?

Before entering the movie business, the elusive Jefford Curre’ lived a very dangerous life. He found himself managing multi-million dollar temptations, in the deadly intervention of major narcotics smuggling operations that traffic through the outer limits of the Bahamas.  Like a “Bond style” bounty hunter, running real life intervention missions for the Bahamas government, he spent more than 5-1/2 years at the center of non-stop classified action.  As a highly trusted direct entry specialist he has more than 37 off the record missions to his credit. Jefford Curre' was raised under monk style conditions by strict, but loving  Christian parents on the 7 by 21 mile island of New Providence, Nassau Bahamas.  At the age of eighteen he was discreetly recruited to the front lines of law endorsement', catapulted into a culture where the take down of murderous drug criminals, sophisticated money launderers, virtuous hot women and disgruntled weapons experts were the order of an average day.

At the age of four his  box office journey began while out to the shopping center with his mother.  It was the first time he had seen a moving picture. He was so intrigued by the fun the little people were having inside the T.V. set, he ran around the back of the big T.V. to see if he could get inside. After inquiring, his mother told him that they were movie stars and movie stars don't go to heaven. His family was a part of a strict religious order who in time had modernized their views toward cinema and became one of his greatest supporters.

Question 4. How did Jefford Curre' invent the Bahamas Film Industry?

It's ironic that Jefford Curre' would end up as the  pioneer of the Bahamas Film Industry. Before his first trip to America as a young adult, pursuing film studies, he had not even set foot inside a movie theater. By 1990, the Bahamas was a nation trapped in the success of a volatile tourist trade. It was becoming more obvious that new innovation would be needed to secure future job market. The thought of indigenous people operating their own movie company was laughable.  Jefford Curre' saw the vision of the future and a clear shot for his people to rise toward real economic prosperity. He requested  his parents to grant him his share of the family's inheritance in advance.

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In 1991 on a highly organized shoestring budget he set up Megavision Pictures, a movie industry research and development office in Guanahani Village, Nassau Bahamas.  The huge sign board on the wall indicated that a new way of entrepreneurial thinking was brewing among the locals.  By the summer of 1994, with the help of visionary resort operators, he incorporated Megavision Pictures  Limited and moved his base onto Paradise Island, occupying two locations under closed studio conditions.

Question 5. How did Jefford Curre' crisis become his biggest opportunity?

Like all pioneers his obstacles were endless. The bank demanded to hold the family's $80,000 property in order to give a mere  $15,000 loan, which was a far cry from the original request of $30,000.  Then they surprisingly stretched the loan distribution over a very long period, in small increments.  It was an advanced predatory maneuver beyond the experience of the young entrepreneur. It created a dilemma that left him minus the family's property and literally the clothes on his back.  He was facing major embarrassment with a nervous wife in one arm and a crying baby in the other.  

The Bahamas leading man of action was facing his darkest day in civilian life.  It was a situation that should have destroyed him, but instead motivated his interest in the study of financial engineering.  Employing savvy negotiation skills, it was not long before he was able to attract a network of innovative goal sharing partners to assist in the organization of the Megavision Kingdom Academy. An in-house home school that was designed especially to enable him to take the entire family on tours. Dirty diaper changes, production shoots, trail blazing mountain blizzards and often breakfast, lunch and dinner in completely different cities. These are the conditions that molded the office of Jefford Curre' into an unbeatable force in the new world of Box-office excitement. Later as the children grew beyond toddler stage,  he redesigned the operation to equip entry level box-office entrepreneurs with the skills and perspective needed to avoid or overcome financial challenges and succeed at navigating full-time careers. 

Jefford Curre' changed the economic outlook of an entire nation and raise the bar of hope for many. It did not take long before everyone realized that  making movies was something they could succeed at,  all they needed was a full time commitment through hell or high water.  An army of locals now storm the indigenous cinema landscape. Jefford Curre' ingenious box-office innovations has been featured in a wide variety of major publications including the Wall Street Journal  (on.wsj.com/9IskoF ), Stars in Paradise and USA Today.

Question  6. What did the Prime Minister of the Bahamas do that gave Jefford Curre' a leap frog start in the invention of the Bahamas Film Industry and why? 

The phenomenal success of this youngster, who emerged from a skinny nerd, living on a dead end street, will change almost everything you thought you knew about how to succeed in the entertainment business.  Most importantly, his tenacity inspired struggling filmmakers around the world to realize their untapped power. His unstoppable momentum against incredible odds enabled Bahamians to realize for the first time that there was something they could succeed at  without limitations. Jefford Curre' became the one to watch and a vivid example of the fact that they did not need a wealthy family, religious prestige, tight government connections or an impressive social status, in order to be a full time success in the Bahamas new number one industry.

As a big advocate of honor, respect and allegiance, Jefford Curre' holds the Bahamas Film Industry's Distinguished Medal of Honor. He is the first inductee into the Bahamas Movie Hall Of Fame and leads by strategic influence, a new world of box-office excitement.   More than just a leader he is an artist beyond compare and a powerful inspiration to anyone who struggles  to make impossible dreams come true. He lives between homes in the Bahamas and Los Angeles, when not on tour at least 200 dates a year.  He is often accompanied by his wife, Darlene and two daughters Danielle and RiQashan. They are all successful full time box-office entrepreneurs in the global scope of the fast growing spectacular cinema movement, now branded as the Bahamas Film Industry, (bahamasmovieindustry.com). Long before Bahamian film festivals, screen actors associations, film camps and cinema societies, there was Jefford Curre' forging the Bahamas indigenous movie landscape into being. From an original indigenous cinema point of view, the Curre' family reigns as the Bahamas First Family of Cinema. Jefford, Darlene, Danielle and RiQashan make up the core of a powerful indigenous international cinema group that's 7,000 strong and growing.  

Question 7. Is the book on AMAZON?   Answer: No.

It's exclusively on COMASUKI.COM, go to COMASUKI.COM,
an easy access special product placement and global sales platform. You don't need' an e-reader. "Jefford Curre' Civilian Engagement" is 186 pages and can be downloaded to any device as a PDF (1MB) file from COMASUKI.COM







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Introducing The Megavision Network










The Megavision Network at megnettv.com is the product of ten years of breakthrough research and development, in the area of advance communication. With a finger on the pulse of global concerns and real time progress analysis, The Megavision Network is pushing the envelope in bringing attention to emerging business concepts with much success. The Megavision Network is driving the exploration of wide base, user friendly social media technology with a multiple satellite platform approach.

Making contact with Megavision Pictures. The Bahamas first movie company.





MAKING CONTACT WITH MEGAVISION PICTURES


Franchise Sales Department For the buying or renting of completed movies for theater showing, contact: sales@megavisionpictures.com.

Franchise Development Department For issues relating to the development of movies already under contract and in pre-production, contact:

dvelopment@megavisionpictures.com.

SECURITY CLEARANCE PROCEDURES


For the protection of all parties involved, all packages must clear security procedures. Your co-operation is most appreciated. Thank you.
Megavision Pictures do not accept unsolicited material. Any and all unsolicited materials or proposals at any of its label offices or studios are returned, deleted, discarded or dumped upon discovery. Megavision Pictures or its associates takes no responsibility for the outcome of unsolicited material.

To submit proposals or material to Megavision Pictures, you will have to obtain a security clearance number for the item(s). This number can be obtained by writing a brief description of the package that you wish to submit to: clearance@megavisionpictures.com.


Disclaimer: Meetings, call-backs, viewing or reviewing of any material or proposal by Megavision Pictures, its partners, agents or assigned, does not constitute in any way an agreement, promise or intent to do anything. The sender indemnifies Megavision Pictures, its partners, agents or assigned from any third party infringement, or claim, surrounding any material submitted by the sender.


Public notice: This is not an attempt to advise or solicit commodities or shares of any kind. The content and subject matter contained in this site are intended for entertainment purposes only and should not be a means by which any decision is made.

Bahamas film industry first round of award nominees

Rockstars, legends, beauty, power and prestige come together to put the spotlight on a new world of Box-Office excitement, as the first round of nominees selection begins for the Jefford Curre' Distinguished Medal of Honor and induction into the Bahamas Movie Hall of Fame.

It is the Bahamas most respected accolade, but it dosen't come easy. It is given for outstanding accomplisments in the advancement of Box-Office entrepreneuring and philanthropy.
Keep up with starsinparadise.com

Saturday, October 22, 2016

Jefford curre' welcomes movie making women at the top of the Bahamas film industry.

















Anafu Pictures is a label that encompasses one of the world’s most scariest collection of horror movies, as well as the most refreshing collection of movies with holiday themes, such as: Christmas, Hanukkah, Ramadan, Easter, Kwanzaa, etc.

What's your place in the Bahamas new number one industry?


What's your place in the Bahamas movie industry?Stars In Paradise would like to know.

In 1994, Stars In Paradise magazine made its local debut among the extensive press corp. that covered the courageous launch of Megavision Pictures series of opening events, under the creative direction of Jefford Curre'. This historical moment was the highlight of the Bahamas Chamber of Commerce week and provided a portal to the next step in the Bahamas' economic development.

Since that small beginning, Stars In Paradise has grown steadily with the Bahamas Film Industry and has become the most trusted source for Bahamas cinema trade information. Stars In Paradise is the Bahamas’official film industry magazine. Count on us to be there, highlighting the people on the cutting edge of the Bahamas Film Industry.

This is the international premiere of "Stars In Paradise" We look forward to learning about your premieres, festival updates, reviews and deep probing interviews. Let us be the first to know about your movie making plans, progress and success. We at Stars In Paradise magazine understand your need to focus on the positive. We are committed to the Bahamas' movie makers with a global perspective, and our commitment extends equally to manufacturers and educators, who are looking for opportunities to expand their market. That’s why Stars In Paradise magazine is the first choice of Hollywood’s film executives.

With strong industry circulation and a reputation for building superstars, no magazine is better positioned to make a stronger impression on your target market. It is little wonder why Stars In Paradise magazine is the Bahamas’ leading film industry publication.

101 directing tips for filmmakers - Bahamas film industry.


5 directing tips for award winning moviemakers - Bahamas film industry.










It’s ironic that Jefford Curre’ has emerged as one of, if not the most influential figures in the Bahamas film industry.  Considering the facts that before he began his first series of movie production training trips into the USA as an adult, he had never even stepped foot inside a movie theater. Of cause there are movie theaters in the Bahamas but that had nothing to do with Jefford's development toward his destiny. He was a shy boy who grew up under monk style conditions in a strict Christian home, and was not even allowed to venture outside the boundaries of his back yard.  His friends, however, were allowed to come in to play and sometimes needed to borrow money.  Jefford never spent his allowance, except for occasionally buying gifts for his mother.  He kept a loaded piggy bank from which he made small loans to his friends, but there was one problem, he seldom got paid back.  To solve the escalating problem, the thrifty 10 year old negotiated what could be considered his first pay-per-view distribution deal that was a sure win-win.  For on quarter, his friends, who were allowed to attend the movies, would gladly re-enact the entire movie that they had seen.  For an extra ten cents, they would even add music and sound effects with their mouth, leaving the rest to Jefford’s imagination. 

The cinema that took place in the sand pile went great until one day, while the boys were climbing the wall to demonstrate an ambush scene.  Suddenly the newly built, fresh cemented walls started to shake,  too many boys were on the wall.  He tried to warn them, but things got out of control.   After a leap, the entire top section of the wall came tumbling down.  Everyone ran out of the yard as fast as they could.  With the help of two friends, Jefford put the wall together piece by piece, using mud to cover the cracks.  It was a great  prop work, but did not survive the slamming of the gate that evening when his father came home.  That evening, after a few dozen lashes on his bare bottom, he realized how difficult directing could be.  He learned some very important directing lessons. Directing lesson no. 1.  You are responsible for any and all out come,   Directing lesson no. 2.  Don’t work with people who don’t take directions or you can’t control.  Directing lesson no.  3. If something goes wrong be prepared, you'll take a good licking but don't stop tickin.  Directing lesson no. 4. Always have at least two friends you can trust, who won't run when the going gets rough. Directing lesson no. 5. Remember there is an opportunity in every problem, find it and keep moving toward the goal.


starsinparadise.com

Sunday, October 16, 2016

KINDNESS AND COMPASSION #1 AT THE BOX- OFFICE. Bahamas Film Industry report on PEMA DORJEE, LINC SCAVELLA and JEFFORD CURRE'





KINDNESS & COMPASSION
NUMBER ONE 
AT THE BOX-OFFICE THIS WEEK.


PEMA DORJEE has so many people depending  on him in ARUNACHAL PRADESH, a remote region of HIMALAYAN, INDIA.  He must rely heavily on the support of those who know how important  it is to make impossible dreams come true. In addition to growing responsibilities to keep the nation's youths on track, the purchase and installation of thousands  of modern stoves remains a top priority. There is an urgent  drive to continue replacing  toxic, out dated cooking arrangements that is causing large scale blindness among children under five.  Toxic fumes in houses with poor ventilation are the cause of dozens of chronic illnesses and even death. Standing in the gap with compassion and a measurable plan to deminish the human suffering is Pema Dorjee a Buddhist monk with a life committed to the cause of helping the impoverished and doing so at a tremendous sacrifice.  PEMA DORJEE is a nominee for the prestigious ''JEFFORD CURRE' DISTINGUISHED MEDAL OF HONOR'' More on this important story coming up on starsinparadise.com

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Plus:LINC SCAVELLA celebrates his 50th ANNIVERSARY in showbiz  with ground breaking plans for a network of playgrounds that could revolutionize childhood education in the BAHAMAS.


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In other tour news:
JEFFORD CURRE' Bahamas leading man of action lends his superstar charisma to steer the crowd toward ''COMPASSION FOR HAITI.''  














JEFFORD CURRE' at his best along with an amazing team of professionals as crowds flock toward  ''COMPASSION FOR HAITI''.  A Compassion International virtual reality hit presentation at Soulfest. Dozens of orphans that face a life of poverty and misdirection were adopted on the spot by a highly enthusiastic audience of sponsors.

Filmmaking tips from the Bahamas Film Industry

Making your film a reality


If money is no object and you are well established you can make any kind of movie on any subject matter and you can do it on any continent.
if you are just starting out, the best way to make your film a reality without spending a lot of money is to:
1. Base it around the things that you already have.
2.The environment you are in
3.The people around you.
For example, don’t try writing a screenplay that has to take place aboard a speeding yacht, unless you own one or can afford to rent or buy one. If you don’t even know a friend who owns one, the film will never happen.
First, visualize your movie inside your head, shot by shot, cut by cut. Draw out those shots on a storyboard. Next, you’ll need equipment, you don’t have to spend a lot of money on a camera. Just ask a friend or someone you know that has a camera, to borrow their own. Some film schools and civic organizations offer year round training that includes equipment. Finally, there’s post-production. When you have finished shooting your movie, you need to find a good processor to develop your film. Sometimes they give discount rates to students or low – budget productions. Lastly, you will need to edit. After it’s changed to video format you can use a video editing system like: Final cut pro or Avid to do your editing.- starsinparadise.com

101 directing tips for filmmakers - Bahamas film industry.


5 directing tips for award winning moviemakers - Bahamas film industry.










It’s ironic that Jefford Curre’ has emerged as one of, if not the most influential figures in the Bahamas film industry.  Considering the facts that before he began his first series of movie production training trips into the USA as an adult, he had never even stepped foot inside a movie theater. Of cause there are movie theaters in the Bahamas but that had nothing to do with Jefford's development toward his destiny. He was a shy boy who grew up under monk style conditions in a strict Christian home, and was not even allowed to venture outside the boundaries of his back yard.  His friends, however, were allowed to come in to play and sometimes needed to borrow money.  Jefford never spent his allowance, except for occasionally buying gifts for his mother.  He kept a loaded piggy bank from which he made small loans to his friends, but there was one problem, he seldom got paid back.  To solve the escalating problem, the thrifty 10 year old negotiated what could be considered his first pay-per-view distribution deal that was a sure win-win.  For on quarter, his friends, who were allowed to attend the movies, would gladly re-enact the entire movie that they had seen.  For an extra ten cents, they would even add music and sound effects with their mouth, leaving the rest to Jefford’s imagination. 

The cinema that took place in the sand pile went great until one day, while the boys were climbing the wall to demonstrate an ambush scene.  Suddenly the newly built, fresh cemented walls started to shake,  too many boys were on the wall.  He tried to warn them, but things got out of control.   After a leap, the entire top section of the wall came tumbling down.  Everyone ran out of the yard as fast as they could.  With the help of two friends, Jefford put the wall together piece by piece, using mud to cover the cracks.  It was a great  prop work, but did not survive the slamming of the gate that evening when his father came home.  That evening, after a few dozen lashes on his bare bottom, he realized how difficult directing could be.  He learned some very important directing lessons. Directing lesson no. 1.  You are responsible for any and all out come,   Directing lesson no. 2.  Don’t work with people who don’t take directions or you can’t control.  Directing lesson no.  3. If something goes wrong be prepared, you'll take a good licking but don't stop tickin.  Directing lesson no. 4. Always have at least two friends you can trust, who won't run when the going gets rough. Directing lesson no. 5. Remember there is an opportunity in every problem, find it and keep moving toward the goal.


starsinparadise.com

Making contact with Megavision Pictures. The Bahamas first movie company.





MAKING CONTACT WITH MEGAVISION PICTURES


Franchise Sales Department For the buying or renting of completed movies for theater showing, contact: sales@megavisionpictures.com.

Franchise Development Department For issues relating to the development of movies already under contract and in pre-production, contact:
dvelopment@megavisionpictures.com.

SECURITY CLEARANCE PROCEDURES


For the protection of all parties involved, all packages must clear security procedures. Your co-operation is most appreciated. Thank you.
Megavision Pictures do not accept unsolicited material. Any and all unsolicited materials or proposals at any of its label offices or studios are returned, deleted, discarded or dumped upon discovery. Megavision Pictures or its associates takes no responsibility for the outcome of unsolicited material.

To submit proposals or material to Megavision Pictures, you will have to obtain a security clearance number for the item(s). This number can be obtained by writing a brief description of the package that you wish to submit to: clearance@megavisionpictures.com.

Disclaimer: Meetings, call-backs, viewing or reviewing of any material or proposal by Megavision Pictures, its partners, agents or assigned, does not constitute in any way an agreement, promise or intent to do anything. The sender indemnifies Megavision Pictures, its partners, agents or assigned from any third party infringement, or claim, surrounding any material submitted by the sender.

Public notice: This is not an attempt to advise or solicit commodities or shares of any kind. The content and subject matter contained in this site are intended for entertainment purposes only and should not be a means by which any decision is made.

Saturday, October 15, 2016

Bahamas film industry ''Man of the year''


The 7 most frequently asked questions about the book - 

"JEFFORD CURRE' 
CIVILIAN ENGAGEMENT"


Marinated in well placed, side splitting humor, as only Jefford Curre' can do. "JEFFORD CURRE' CIVILIAN ENGAGEMENT" is an adventurous story that will help you realize that dark moments don't last forever. It will hurt. It can even kill you if you don't change your perspective. More importantly is the fact that if it doesn't kill you, it will always lead you to a higher place and that includes work, play, business and relationships. This book episode is loaded with heroes just like you, who struggled and made impossible dreams come true.

Question 1. How did a monkish nerd like Jefford get to live in with forty super hot girls, during his training days in Los Angeles and what did he do?

Steamy, stylish, risky and compelling. “Jefford Curre' Civilian Engagement” has been praised for highlighting one of the most intriguing chapters in the making of modern cinema history. It's bold, and determine, with an out of the box approach that's not even trying to be like anything you've read before. Venture behind the scenes of a never before told story.  Ride along with the Bahamas biggest and most popular action figure.  From the nerve dangling pioneering missions of the Royal Bahamas Defence Force, follow through   to his ground breaking invention of the Bahamas Film Industry.  Be apart of the action as he braves  the rugged and treacherous frontiers of off-shore politics, sex, banking and religion. Find out  how this box-office genius changed the game and financially engineered the rise of the Bahamian indigenous movie making movement.

Question 2. How do you make money in the Bahamas Film Industry and still go to heaven?

(This book does not give advice of any kind.  Though the story is true, it's intended for entertainment purposes only, and should not be the basis of any decisions.)


About 

JEFFORD CURRE' 
  
Star/Director/Creator of
“Paradise Intrigue” the Bahamas first movie
  
Question 3. Apart from his mother and father, who were the mystery mentors behind the rise of Jefford Curre', and why did they commit to  his vision?

Before entering the movie business, the elusive Jefford Curre’ lived a very dangerous life. He found himself managing multi-million dollar temptations, in the deadly intervention of major narcotics smuggling operations that traffic through the outer limits of the Bahamas.  Like a “Bond style” bounty hunter, running real life intervention missions for the Bahamas government, he spent more than 5-1/2 years at the center of non-stop classified action.  As a highly trusted direct entry specialist he has more than 37 off the record missions to his credit. Jefford Curre' was raised under monk style conditions by strict, but loving  Christian parents on the 7 by 21 mile island of New Providence, Nassau Bahamas.  At the age of eighteen he was discreetly recruited to the front lines of law endorsement', catapulted into a culture where the take down of murderous drug criminals, sophisticated money launderers, virtuous hot women and disgruntled weapons experts were the order of an average day.

At the age of four his  box office journey began while out to the shopping center with his mother.  It was the first time he had seen a moving picture. He was so intrigued by the fun the little people were having inside the T.V. set, he ran around the back of the big T.V. to see if he could get inside. After inquiring, his mother told him that they were movie stars and movie stars don't go to heaven. His family was a part of a strict religious order who in time had modernized their views toward cinema and became one of his greatest supporters.

Question 4. How did Jefford Curre' invent the Bahamas Film Industry?

It's ironic that Jefford Curre' would end up as the  pioneer of the Bahamas Film Industry. Before his first trip to America as a young adult, pursuing film studies, he had not even set foot inside a movie theater. By 1990, the Bahamas was a nation trapped in the success of a volatile tourist trade. It was becoming more obvious that new innovation would be needed to secure future job market. The thought of indigenous people operating their own movie company was laughable.  Jefford Curre' saw the vision of the future and a clear shot for his people to rise toward real economic prosperity. He requested  his parents to grant him his share of the family's inheritance in advance.

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In 1991 on a highly organized shoestring budget he set up Megavision Pictures, a movie industry research and development office in Guanahani Village, Nassau Bahamas.  The huge sign board on the wall indicated that a new way of entrepreneurial thinking was brewing among the locals.  By the summer of 1994, with the help of visionary resort operators, he incorporated Megavision Pictures  Limited and moved his base onto Paradise Island, occupying two locations under closed studio conditions.

Question 5. How did Jefford Curre' crisis become his biggest opportunity?

Like all pioneers his obstacles were endless. The bank demanded to hold the family's $80,000 property in order to give a mere  $15,000 loan, which was a far cry from the original request of $30,000.  Then they surprisingly stretched the loan distribution over a very long period, in small increments.  It was an advanced predatory maneuver beyond the experience of the young entrepreneur. It created a dilemma that left him minus the family's property and literally the clothes on his back.  He was facing major embarrassment with a nervous wife in one arm and a crying baby in the other.  

The Bahamas leading man of action was facing his darkest day in civilian life.  It was a situation that should have destroyed him, but instead motivated his interest in the study of financial engineering.  Employing savvy negotiation skills, it was not long before he was able to attract a network of innovative goal sharing partners to assist in the organization of the Megavision Kingdom Academy. An in-house home school that was designed especially to enable him to take the entire family on tours. Dirty diaper changes, production shoots, trail blazing mountain blizzards and often breakfast, lunch and dinner in completely different cities. These are the conditions that molded the office of Jefford Curre' into an unbeatable force in the new world of Box-office excitement. Later as the children grew beyond toddler stage,  he redesigned the operation to equip entry level box-office entrepreneurs with the skills and perspective needed to avoid or overcome financial challenges and succeed at navigating full-time careers. 

Jefford Curre' changed the economic outlook of an entire nation and raise the bar of hope for many. It did not take long before everyone realized that  making movies was something they could succeed at,  all they needed was a full time commitment through hell or high water.  An army of locals now storm the indigenous cinema landscape. Jefford Curre' ingenious box-office innovations has been featured in a wide variety of major publications including the Wall Street Journal  (on.wsj.com/9IskoF ), Stars in Paradise and USA Today.

Question  6. What did the Prime Minister of the Bahamas do that gave Jefford Curre' a leap frog start in the invention of the Bahamas Film Industry and why? 

The phenomenal success of this youngster, who emerged from a skinny nerd, living on a dead end street, will change almost everything you thought you knew about how to succeed in the entertainment business.  Most importantly, his tenacity inspired struggling filmmakers around the world to realize their untapped power. His unstoppable momentum against incredible odds enabled Bahamians to realize for the first time that there was something they could succeed at  without limitations. Jefford Curre' became the one to watch and a vivid example of the fact that they did not need a wealthy family, religious prestige, tight government connections or an impressive social status, in order to be a full time success in the Bahamas new number one industry.

As a big advocate of honor, respect and allegiance, Jefford Curre' holds the Bahamas Film Industry's Distinguished Medal of Honor. He is the first inductee into the Bahamas Movie Hall Of Fame and leads by strategic influence, a new world of box-office excitement.   More than just a leader he is an artist beyond compare and a powerful inspiration to anyone who struggles  to make impossible dreams come true. He lives between homes in the Bahamas and Los Angeles, when not on tour at least 200 dates a year.  He is often accompanied by his wife, Darlene and two daughters Danielle and RiQashan. They are all successful full time box-office entrepreneurs in the global scope of the fast growing spectacular cinema movement, now branded as the Bahamas Film Industry, (bahamasmovieindustry.com). Long before Bahamian film festivals, screen actors associations, film camps and cinema societies, there was Jefford Curre' forging the Bahamas indigenous movie landscape into being. From an original indigenous cinema point of view, the Curre' family reigns as the Bahamas First Family of Cinema. Jefford, Darlene, Danielle and RiQashan make up the core of a powerful indigenous international cinema group that's 7,000 strong and growing.  

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