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Posted by:Oct 1st 2004, 02:03:21 pm
Fig Tree News TeamON DEADLINE
Last chance to get your ad into this important issue!

The Hollywood Reporter SPECIAL ISSUE:
The Bahamas – October 12, 2004

On October 12, 2004, for the first time in 19 years, the entertainment industry’s most respected trade paper, The Hollywood Reporter, will publish a special issue dedicated to the islands of the Bahamas. From the air they look like a necklace of 700 uncut gems, carelessly cast upon a multicolored sea. Many of them have played host to films from “20,000 Leagues Under the Sea to Cocoon (1 and 2), four “Bond” movies, and yet to be released, Brett Ratner’s “After the Sunset,” John Stockwell’s “Into the Blue” and “Three” starring Billy Zane.

Our editors will look at the location for present and future filming, financial and other incentives. They will be interviewing filmmakers about their experiences there. Also work and play ideas for cast and crews who come to The Bahamas on a shoot and need plush accommodations to unwind after a hard day of filming.

Additionally, our editors will cover the upcoming Bahamas International Film Festival scheduled for Dec. 9-12 and will include in this issue a listing of important contacts in the Bahamas for commercial and film makers.

The Hollywood Reporter’s 144,000 readers worldwide are network executives, studio heads, producers, directors, and celebrities; one third of whom are millionaires. This issue will be in the “Weekly”edition, the paper’s the largest circulation.

This special Bahamas issue of The Hollywood Reporter closes for space and materials on October 7th This is your last chance to show what your company does best. Please contact me as soon as possible to reserve your space.

Best regards,
Sue Raymer
Account Manager, The Hollywood Reporter
(323) 525-2245
sraymer@hollywoodreporter.com

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