We are a film production company based in the York area. We formed in 2003 while still at university making the short film “like a charm” as a final year project. Our next short film ‘A Plaster, a Paper, and a Cheese & Pickle Sandwich’ was executively produced by Kent-based Coffee Films, and they are currently entering it into festivals worldwide.
We are currently in pre-production on our next short film and working on new scripts.
An artist at the streets of York making original and great paintings.
On my recent trip to New York I came accross these B-Boys in the New york subway. Watch the whole set. www.urbanretro.blogspot****
The Cloisters is the branch of the Metropolitan Museum of Art dedicated to the art and architecture of the European middle ages. The Cloisters is located in New York City, specifically Fort Tryon Park near the northern tip of Manhattan island on a hill overlooking the Hudson River. The Cloisters include the museum building and the adjacent 4 acres (16,000 m²). The collection, which includes a small chapel and various artifacts incorporates elements from five medieval French cloisters: Saint-Michel-de-Cuxa, Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert, Bonnefont-en-Comminges, Trie-en-Bigorre, and Froville. These disassembled European buildings were reassembled in the park (1934/38) setting with gardens planted according to horticultural information culled from various medieval documents and artifacts.
Un voyage de 7 jours en voiture entre Los Angeles et New-York en accelere et en 4 minutes.
A 7 days' journey with a car between Los Angeles And New York, in 4 minutes.
WESTERN UNION BEGINS TRADING ON NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE
Chief Executive Officer Christina Gold rings the opening bell at the NYSE
One of the oldest companies in the Unites States, Western Union began in 1851 as a telegraph company, is now listing its common stock on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol "WU" and will be a member of the S&P 500. Western Union President and Chief Executive Officer Christina Gold will ring the opening bell at the NYSE on Wednesday, Oct. 4, 2006, to celebrate the occasion.
With its vast distribution network of more than 270,000 agent locations in over 200 countries and territories, Western Union is well positioned to continue to be a leading provider of money transfer services in the world.
The company plans to establish bank branches and offer money transfer services to all member states in the European Union.
For more information about Western Union, please visit www.westernunion****
What a sad mood...New York Street Musician and Performer Video
Amzing Footage of the thing that people do best in new york people loving people
Let New York be New Amsterdam again!
Harlequin Studios, New York City
New York Subway Crazy Musician
NOT YOUR PARNETS TRAVEL GUIDE!
Barbara meets up with native New Yorker, Vitoria, an aspiring actress, and asks her what itâs like to be a young actor trying to make it in a huge city. Vitoria says she gets much of her inspiration from New Yorkâs landscape, and would be happy to show Barb the sites.
From the bow of the ferry heading toward the Statue of Liberty and the Ellis Island Museum, Vitoria explains New York is the city where many people come to live their dreams and pursue their passion in the arts. In the Drama Bookshop, the girls flip through books on auditioning techniques and rehearsing. Since Barb is going to try her hand at stage acting later on, Vitoria takes her to Drama Workshop, where they do an improv exercise with a local actor. They stop to refuel in Chinatown and grab dessert in Little Italy before heading across the Brooklyn Bridge and passing by some more famous landmarks, like the towering UN and Empire States buildings. At the P.S. 1 Arts Center in Queenâs, the girls take in a visual art exhibit.
Since Barb is feeling a bit nervous about her fast-approaching performance, Vitoria tries to calm her nerves with a cup of java at Luna Park CafÃ©, where many celebrities hang out. Vitoria buys some stage makeup and Barb tries on wigs at Rickyâs Chain Store before they head to The Black Box Theatre, where Barb is introduced to some of the actors in the Fringe production. Vitoria impresses Barb with her performance, so much so that Barb presents her co-host with tickets to the Broadway show, Wicked! The girls watch the show at the Gershwin Theatre and are taken on a backstage tour by one of the actors after the show. On the giant stage, Barb performs a unique soliloquy. Now she feels the old adage about New York is true: âIf you can make it there, you can make it anywhere.â