WWE TLC is a huge professional wrestling event held annually in the month of May. It is known as WWE Super Confliction or WWE TLC. The event is divided into two different conferences, which are WWE Raw and WWE Smackdown. WWE TLC Tickets include general admission tickets, which cost Eileen, and above, as well as several select doors at the arena that are opened to the public for WWE events.
WWE TLC has a lot of unique features and attractions, such as using tables, chairs, and ladders in addition to the traditional ring gear. When WWE starts competition in WWE TLC, they don’t just do it with the regular old ring gear. They get creative and stage an entirely new and spectacular main event, complete with all of the main talents in the main event match. One of the main attraction matches at WWE TLC has to be the Royal Rumble, where the ultimate WWE Heavyweight Championship will be decided. The matches used in WWE TLC have also been used in other major pay-per-views like Payback, Summerslam, and ECW.
If you are looking for a WWE event to attend this year, you need to start thinking about WWE TLC. There has not been a lot of build-up to this month’s main event, but I believe that it will be one of the most hyped wrestling events of 2021. There are many ways that WWE TLC can make this show one of the most talked-about and rated shows of the year. I expect WWE TLC Tables, Chairs, and Ladders will feature heavily during this special.
The NASCAR Coke Zero Sugar 400, also known as the Coca-Cola Zero Sugar car racing series, is an all-star international auto racing sports competition. First held at Daytona in 1959, this is an annual event featuring the top drivers and most competitive stock cars from around the world. This is also the second of two premier stock car races held at Daytona, the other being the prestigious Daytona 500. Since its inception, the Coke Zero Series has grown to become one of the most well-known and entertaining stock car races in the world.
The competition begins with six qualifying races, which are based on speed, class, and engine power. Then each team of six drivers will be classified based on their speed, horsepower, crew chief, track position, and many other factors. Get your cheap Coke Zero Sugar 400 tickets from tickets4race official website. The first race of the season is always known as the Pre-Qualifying Day, where drivers will be put through their paces using familiar street courses and highways. After the Qualifying Day, the race teams are put through their paces on the track, running and driving the exact same route they ran in their qualifying race.
During the race itself, every driver is provided with a new set of tires, customizing them slightly according to the formality of the race course and according to the specifications of the tracks. Each driver receives new tires for his/her first race, and the strategy plays an important role here too. The winning strategy depends on how the teams handle their tires during the race. Sometimes it helps to try new things, other times to stick to the tried and true. Whatever the strategy, there are a lot of variables that can help to narrow down the choices of who will be standing at the end of the race.
The Pit Strategy – This is one of the oldest tricks in NASCAR racing. It still works well today and it is worth getting the edge on. If you have a faster car, your team can pit faster than your opponents. It can help you get into the lead early, but you need to make sure that the lead you get is actually safe.
The Collision Course Tickets4race – This is also a tried-and-true way to get ahead. When two cars meet near the end of a track, there is usually a pileup. As the cars pile up, drivers cannot move out of their way quickly enough to avoid colliding with each other. If they collide, either car will suffer damage. It does not really matter what type of car gets damaged; it could be a race car or a pedestrian. The important thing here is that the accident can be avoided and that damage can be limited.
The Tractor Pull – Sometimes a race car may intentionally slow down to pull another car over, hoping that other drivers will follow. When this happens, other drivers must be very careful. If a tractor pull driver notices another car speeding, he can try to corner safely, but he must move out of the way if the driver in front notices him. If you are following a cautionary sign, watch the tractor driver carefully.
The Winnipeg Folk Festival is an amateur theater company with an annual free summer music festival held at Birds Hill Provincial Park, in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada every June. The festival includes music from all over the world and is certain to include some local performers. Some notable local performers at the Winnipeg Folk Festival have included The Doves and The Larks, The Royal Winnipeg Fireflies, and The Roxy Theater Ensemble. Music lovers and fans from all over the country can attend the festival to enjoy family-friendly fun while immersing themselves in Canadian, traditional folk art and entertainment.
The Winnipeg Folk Festival runs from June 7th to the 9th, Sunday through Saturday during July. For those who live near the downtown core, it’s easy to make plans to attend. In addition to a free musical showcase, the festival offers free arts and craft vendors, food events, food tours, and local entertainment. For visitors wanting to experience the thrill and excitement that come along with the free-folk music, there are also opportunities to partake in activities such as photo contests, guest speaker events, and aboriginal artwork and food.
According to organizers said there are many reasons why Winnipeggers should take time out of their busy lives to check out the annual Winnipeg Folk Festival. “The Festival brings many Winnipeggers together year-round, allowing them to celebrate the rich heritage of our Canadian culture,” said festival organizer Sandy Hudson. “The Festival attracts a diverse cross-section of our community, which means there will be something for everyone.” Visitors can enjoy the free music and enjoy the delicious cuisine offered at the various events. Whether you are looking for a relaxing stroll during the afternoon or dancing to the sound of drums as you watch First Nations drummers perform, the Winnipeg Folk Festival makes for a great time.
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Director: Executive & Operations
Erik Lunseth is a founder of the Skyway Film Festival. He served the last 4 years (2011- 2014) as a member of the Board of Directors for a top international film festival where he ran the film screening program and founded a screenplay competition. While championing the work of filmmakers and artists requires a global perspective, Erik facilitates the needs of internal and external partners with a hands-on role. Along with being an advocate for film visionaries, Erik is a writer, commercial and feature film actor and producer.
Director: Artistic & Programming
Joe Restaino is a founder of the Skyway Film Festival. His work as a financial advisor to several in the entertainment industry led to his passion for film producing and film festivals. He is a recent alum of Independent Film Project(IFP) No Borders program at Lincoln Center, attends Sundance annually as an Industry Member and has been a guest juror at several film festivals. He overseas creative direction and has final decision on film programming for Skyway. As a programmer and consultant for several festivals, Joe solidifies World Premiere screenings and arranges appearances of some of the best independent filmmakers.
Director: Interactive Marketing
Wey Lin is a founder of the Skyway Film Festival. She plays a central role in defining, promoting & communicating Skyway Film Festival’s branding strategy built around the needs of film industry artists, community supporters and festival attendees. Her film and entertainment industry experience includes programming at the top film festival in the Tampa Bay area and working as a program coordinator at the Cannes Film Festival. She currently is the promotions manager for Campus MovieFest, the world’s largest student film festival.
Director: Digital Communications
Jennifer Davidson is responsible for telling our story online in new and compelling ways which connect the community and all film artists to Skyway Film Festival. She works collaberatively with a wide range of partners to share our story, build awareness and increase attendance. With extensive experience executing marketing and communication strategies, Jennifer is also a CPA, MBA and is able to manage multiple initiatives at once. She currently is a creative partner with a top film festival.
Shana Nichols – Technical Director Melissa West – Festival Coordinator Karlie Loland – Events Coordinator Mattox Gardner – Programmer Mary Rachel Dudley – Programmer
Jorge Hermez is the owner of Go2 Creative, an ad agency which most recently worked on the creative roll-out for “Sex Ed”, a local independent film featured across the nation. When designing the Skyway Film Festival poster, he was inspired by the calm before the storm. That moment of clarity for creatives, where work really begins to flow – that crucial moment before developing a great idea.
The organizers have been a part of other
successful film festivals, produce independent films and travel to
festivals all over the World to bring their knowledge to make Skyway a
worthwhile film festival for filmmakers and audiences. The Skyway Film
Festival team looks to capitalize on industry relationships to make it a
The premiere entertainment communication and marketing firm PMK*BNC has partnered with Skyway to bring their breadth of contacts and assets to the festival. The festival inspires to bring a new cultural experience to the area that will resonate throughout the community.
Arts industry individuals bring their expertise to award the winners of the festival.
Dori Sperko, (Sex Ed, XY)
Ryan O’Nan, Actor/Writer (Ray Donovan, The Iceman)
Daniel Bort, Expression Entertainment, President
Andre Holland, Actor (The Knick/Selma)
Leslie Cohen, HBO, VP of Programming
Lee Broda, Actor/Producer (Amnesiac/The Phenom)
Caroline Connor, Producer (Chu and Blossom/Franny)
Michael Darrow, Editor (Albion: The Rise of Danann/Casual Encounters)
Marty Clear, Bradenton Herald
Julie La’Bassiere, BAFTA, CEO
Dori Sperko, Sundance Catalyst Producer
Ryan O’Nan, Actor, Director, Writer
Paul Wilson, Wilson Media & Advertising
Marian Koltai-Levine, PMK*BNC, Executive VP
Leslie Cohen, HBO, VP of Programming
Debbie Meihls, Bradenton Area Film Commission
Elliott Falcione, Bradenton Area CVB, Executive Director
Heather Rae, Academy Nominated Producer
Julie La’Bassiere, BAFTA, CEO
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Skyway Film Festival dates June 12-14, 2015. Program guides will be available in print and an online. See what’s playing NOW!
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Skyway Film Festival starts with a story but it doesn’t end there. From conversations with industry leaders and special guests to eclectic music from indie musicians, stand up comedy and live painting, Skyway Film Festival entertains and educates by offering something for everyone. And did we mention the PARTIES? Choose your event NOW!
The Skyway Film Festival will provide a wonderful “weekend getaway” for the brightest minds in the film and television industry. The Riverfront Courtyard Marriott is our host hotel and special festival rates are available. You must call the hotel property directly.
The beauty and charm of the Gulf
Islands: Bradenton, Anna Maria Island and Longboat Key will be the
“Hollywood” backdrop that showcases the works of filmmakers from all
over the world. The goal of the festival itself is to combine the
excitement and experience of Hollywood with the relaxing atmosphere of a
BRADENTON, FL – MAY 27, 2015, The Skyway Film Festival announced today the over 50 narrative films, documentaries and shorts that will comprise the selection for the inaugural festival (June 12-14). The schedule will showcase initial offerings from first time directors in their feature film debuts as well as a wide array of documentaries and shorts.
Centerpiece of the festival will be a special Retrospective screening of The Blair Witch Project followed by a Q&A; with co-director Dan Myrick, moderated by Erik Lunseth, Executive Director of the Skyway Film Festival. The festival will also showcase their Skyway Labs, with discussions concentrating on the technical and creative necessities of filmmaking. These conversations with industry leaders and special guests will focus on subjects from film financing to distribution and directing from the female point of view (Film Fatales).
"As a film programmer, independent film producer and lover of Independent film, there is no word that can describe the level of excitement I have for showcasing the films we as a programming team have finalized for the inaugural Skyway Film Festival program. We set out to showcase works from new storytellers and we have done that. The strength is in its diverse program that brings films from all walks of life. From our Opening Night film which tells the story of the ultimate Dreamer through the Documentaries that focus on real world issues to the local flare of Florida Focus Features, we are proud to share the works of these new artists," said Joe Restaino, Artistic Director of Skyway Film Festival.
Grand Jury panelists will include Leslie Cohen, VP of Programming, HBO; Daniel Bort, President, Expression Entertainment; Andre Holland, Actor (The Knick/Selma); Ryan O’Nan, Actor/Writer (Ray Donovan/The Iceman); Dori Sperko (Sex Ed, XY); Lee Broda, Actor/Producer (Amnesiac/The Phenom); Caroline Connor, Producer (Chu and Blossom/Franny) and Michael Darrow, Editor (Albion: The Rise of Dannan/Casual Encounters).
As part of the screenplay competition, several finalists have been selected and will have the opportunity to receive feedback on their scripts. The teleplay Finalists include Runner by Edward Robinson; My Tuesday Dad by Annie Wood; Curb Your Enthusiasm ‘Accident’ by David Schroeder; Connections by Ross Somerville; Tinker, By Amy Neswald; Civil Rising by Kimberly Tompkins; Quixotic by Austin McKinley; Catalyst by Minoti Vaishnav, Razorhurst by Li Lu and Be True by Jon Hill.
The INAUGURAL SKYWAY FILM FESTIVAL Main Slate
Opening Night Selection: WALT BEFORE MICKEY Director: Khoa Le
Closing Night Selection: NO STRANGER THAN LOVE Director: Nicholas Wernham
BRADENTON, FL – JUNE 08, 2015, The Skyway Film Festival announces their “Teleplay” Final Four Finalists!
RAZORHURST Written By: Li Lu
QUIXOTIC Written By: Austin McKinley
ACCIDENT Written By: David J. Schroeder
BE TRUE Written By: Jon Michael Hill
Shark Tank: Teleplay finalist pitch their project to accomplished screenwriter Michael Lucker(Vampire in Brooklyn, Mulan II, Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron) and film producer and show runner Daniel Bort.
A lot of screenwriting teachers claim to teach what you need to make it in the movie biz – but how many of them have actually done it? Michael has penned more then twenty feature screenplays for studios such as Paramount, Disney, DreamWorks, Fox and Universal, including Vampire in Brooklyn, Home On the Range, Mulan II and Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron, which was nominated for an Academy Award as best animated feature. At Screenwriter School, Michael will teach you how to go from first idea to first sale – the way only an experienced screenwriter can do it.
Jon Michael Hill from ABC’s “Elementary” at Skyway with his script “Be True”.
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Friday, June 12
TBA All-Access Festival Pass
5:00pm Lab #1 Filmmakers Welcome! Distribution and Branding: A discussion with Susan Engel of PMK*BNC. LIMITED
Saturday, June 13
11:30am Lab #2 Film Fatales: Females Directors Discuss Filmmaking LIMITED 1:00pm Lab #3 Film Financing – Power Producers LIMITED 2:30pm Lab #4 Conversation Dan Myrick (The Blair Witch Project) LIMITED 4:00pm Lab #5 “Walt Before Mickey” The Story Behind the Making LIMITED
Sunday, June 14
1:15pm Lab #6 Shark Tank: Teleplay Pitch 2:45pm Lab #7 Conversation with Andre Holland (The Knick, Selma)