Friday, December 30, 2016

Jefford Curré ASIAN FAMILY CONNECTION - Bahamas Film Industry NEWS Report.

MOVIE - In a quiet, friendly late-night maneuver, with no Kung-Fu fighting, the highly respectful Jefford Curré became the proud owner of the Asian Movie Network.

"Dreams come to pass with much business and painful effort."

In 1991 Jefford Curré applied for a business license to do something that was never done in the Bahamas. He kicked started a new industry with the set up of Megavision Pictures in the Guanahani Village Resort. There was a sign on the wall that clearly read “Megavision Pictures”. At that time there was no such thing as a Bahamian movie company.  Believe it or not, at that time it actually against the law to form or operate any kind of media/movie distribution operation. He had no idea this situation existed. How did Jefford Curré overcome this unfair dilemma that made its way into the progressive fiber of the nation that he had once put his life on the line to protect? The unbelievable story of how he changed the game is now revealed for the first time in his new bestselling episode  "JEFFORD CURRÉ CIVILIAN ENGAGEMENT" 

It was the early Megavision Pictures crowd-pleasing hits like "Mystery of the Granny Tales" and "Paradise Intrigue" that established Jefford Curré beyond contest, as a visionary leader that was bringing a new number one industry well into credible focus. During the opening week of the Bahamas first movie companyJefford Curré did a Megavision Pictures launch press interview.  It went live from the Town Center Mall. He along with his movie stunt team had just thrilled thousands of kids with a spectacular live televised fight scene to promote the ”Paradise Intrigue” action movie.  A reporter asked him what does it feel like to be the first in so many aspects of the new Bahamas cinema industry. Curré replied, “It’s not so important to be the first, as it is to be the best at what you do. I may be the only one now, but if I do this  right, six months from now there should be six more like it.” Today Jefford Curré remains the Bahamas' most bankable superstar and his uniqueness has positioned him in a class all by himself, with no real competition. Today an army of inspired followers are holding their own in the rapidly expanding global platform of the Bahamas Movie Industry. 

In 1994 the young box-office entrepreneur incorporated Megavision Pictures Limited and moved his base onto Paradise Island.   As one Hollywood executive puts it “It was Jefford Curré who invented the blaze of  the Bahamas Film Industry, everyone else was simply inspired by the light of his burning flame and just kept on fanning.” 

The Asian Movie Network development has been in the making for quite some time. The Bahamas leading man of action remains humble in his most ambitious undertaking since his invention of the Bahamas Film Industry and the financial engineering of the indigenous movie-making movement.   He was surprised by the speed at which his popularity had increased in the global marketplace. He was equally stunned to learn that the wonderful people of the Chinese community had respectfully positioned him to impact controlling interest in more than seventy Chinese movie-related operations. This was unthinkable in earlier times, but the world is changing and truly becoming more at one in the importance of family values. The international jet-setting superstar is no stranger to high-level achievements, respect, or recognition. In 2010 the Wall Street Journal discovered the box-office genius and included him in a pick of only 7 individuals, that were selected from a network of more than 800 business professionals. The featured article, “The Networking Game” at:, brought to the attention of the world, a cool innovative power player, committed to the advancement of civilization with a much bigger plan.  It is a plan that has positioned numerous trade organizations, entrepreneurs, and start-ups for maximum success in the new 21st-century economy. 
Jefford Curré remains at the forefront, leading a new world of box-office excitement.

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