Tuesday, December 22, 2015

Everything you always wanted to know about Jefford Curre'and the start of the Bahamas Film Industry


About the book - 

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.

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

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About the author - JEFFORD CURRE' 

 Before entering the movie business, the elusive Jefford Curre’ lived a very dangerous life, managing multi-million dollar temptations.  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.  He has more than 37 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 frontlines of law enforcement. Almost without warning he found himself 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 modernize their views toward cinema and became one of his greatest supporters.
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. In 1994, the Bahamas was a nation trapped in the success of a volatile tourist trade. The thought of indigenous people operating their own movie company was laughable.  Jefford Curre' saw the vision of the future and a need 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

In 1991 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.
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.

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 he holds the Bahamas Movie Industry Distinguished Medal of Honour. He's also the first inductee into the Bahamas Movie Hall of Fame.   Jefford Curre' 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. They make up the core of a powerful indigenous international cinema group that's 7,000 strong and growing. 
Note: "Jefford Curre' Civilian Engagement" book is 186 pages,  you don't need an e reader to read the book, you will get a PDF (1MB) file.
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