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Postby New Edom » Wed Aug 20, 2014 10:32 pm

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To: VF Propaganda, CO Minister of Entertainment Charles Dallas

Sir,

We are glad to have received your proposal to have your film To the Front" shown in our cinemas. We have reviewed the proposal,and considered the demographics the movie can be marketed to, and following examination of the business proposal in detail we are happy to say that your proposal has been accepted.

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Title:Ultra
Producer:Ezra L Sam P
Director:John Bradey
Actors:Zack Barman Kemo NemoBar
Genre:Fantasy/SC-FI
Content Rating:PG-13
Plot Summary:In 2008 a airship comes from a alternate world and a man named Qikoran ( Zack BarMan ) comes and sees your horrible justice system it brings up a debate with the president (Kemo NemoBar) to see if they should kill the new alien
Nationality:[nation] Lacertus fidelitas[[/nation]
Language:English

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Title: God War Mit Uns
Producer:Julia von Tulz
Director:Heinrich Gottlieb
Actors:Hermann Schneider, Francis K. Schulz, Joesef Junker, Kristoff Martin, Hanna T. Becker
Genre:War, Historical
Content Rating:R
Plot Summary:Based off of the acclaimed Lonaran novel of the same name, God War Mit Uns is a harrowing view of the NordoSlavician war from the eyes of a young, Lonaran enlisted man by the name of Jan Mai. It starts in the opening days of the war, with Jan being a young albeit naïve student who is soon to finish secondary school with aspirations of going on to University and becoming a doctor. Days following his graduation, then-Kaiser Karl Günsche Metzgermeister announced that the Reich was at war with the nation of Falkendom, following an attack on Lonara’s former colony of Surah-Ana.

In love with his country, (perhaps more so than the girl he left behind, a sparkling performance by Hanna T. Becker) Jan enlists the day after the outbreak of the war and after going through training, becomes a member of the Lonaran 7th Panzergrenadiers. Believing that his faith in God and his faith in the Reich will carry him through the war, Jan is inundated by the true horrors of mechanized warfare during the battle of Neuconcord where he witnesses the deaths of many of his friends.

As the movie progresses and the war continues, Jan realizes that his beliefs regarding what it means to be a Lonaran were the beliefs of an idealistic young man. He realizes that in the war he is fighting for his own survival and for the survival of the man next to him. He muses that in both himself and his friends, exists the Reich, and that preserving the Reich means preserving one another. The movie culminates in a dramatic climax, when Jan is wounded by a sniper’s bullet. He later wakes up in a Lonaran hospital, learning that war is over after it having lasted only six months. In bed with a shattered shoulder blade from the bullet (the doctors inform him that if it had been much lower, he would have certainly died, Jan decides that he will put the war behind him and work towards a better future for himself. The movie ends with Jan returning to his town and his girlfriend, wounded but alive. He decides that he is more convicted than ever, he does in fact wish to become a doctor. The movie paints a graphic, if realistic version of the events of the Lonaran war with Falkendom.

Nationality: Lonarische (Lonaran)
Language: English, German, (Lonarische and Arabic subs available)



Title: Underdogs Never Lose
Producer: Howard Appleton
Director: Edward Wickham
Actors: Gamanhilt Parker, Gerard Bell, Isaiah Clifford, Wodilhilt of Seahold
Genre: Comedy, Romance, Sports
Content Rating: PG
Plot Summary: 2010. Gudrun Bancroft (Gamanhilt Parker) is your average nerdy 17 year old girl: perfect grades, fond of cinema and theatre, and an almost unbeatable opponent at a wide variety of video games; when her best friend and secret crush, Bradford Rowe (Gerard Bell) joins the school's batey team, she tries to join as well, but fails; however, two of the players get expelled from school after a prank gone horribly wrong, and to still be able to take part in Greenborough's school championship, the team recruits Gudrun as well as the transfer student Wodilhilt (Princess Wodilhilt of Seahold, as herself). The month before the start of the championship is filled with the often hilarious attempts of the drill sergeant-like captain Paul Dyson (Isaiah Clifford) and the energetic Wodilhilt to turn Gudrun into a decent player, as she grows even closer to her best friend, but is unable to confess her feelings for him. They narrowly lose their first game, and a crying Gudrun confesses to Bradford she joined just to be able to spend more time with him. He tells her he'd realized it "halfway through the last month" and, impressed by her determination, kisses her as bickering Paul and Wodilhilt walk in. The movie has been described by the Seahold Daily News as "a fun romantic comedy for all ages", starring "decent to good performances from all the actors". However, "some parts of the movie might not be suited for children: the characters occasionally swear, there are a handful of sex jokes and a coed locker room shower scene - in which Her Highness' toned back and behind are clearly visible - we love you, Your Highness, and we appreciate how you accepted to star in a movie just to earn some money to donate to worthy causes, but I don't even want to know what the rest of the world might think of us after this". Princess Wodilhilt donated the entirety of her movie earnings to a well known Seaholder nonprofit organization devoted to the improvement of the living conditions in the poor parts of the country. The other actors did the same with one tenth of their movie earnings.
Nationality: Seaholder
Language:Anglish, English



Title: Connell Street
Producer: Danny Weeks, Cooking Films Productions
Director: George Cook
Actors: Alan Watts, Henry Oliva, Nicola Osborne, Gregory Hunt,
Genre: Crime Drama, Film Noir, Thriller, Police Prodcedural,
Content Rating: Rated X=Suitable for those over the age of 18 under Afalian classification guidelines. Contains strong violence, strong sex, strong language, strong drug use and adult themes.
Plot Summary:
'Connell Street' is the third and final film of George Cook's unofficial 'Rotten Afalia' trilogy-a series of three unconnected films exploring the moral underworld and gritty nastier side of Afalia's cities. Cook described the previous two films as the 'antithesis of the Afalian tourist board's image', in the sense that the popular tourist destinations of Blartleo and Newport were presented in a brutal and downbeat fashion with crime, poverty and corruption rampant. For 'Connell Street' Cook returns to his native Blackdon-Afalia's capital to explore themes of violence, corruption, individualism, loss and sacrifice.

Aside from the primary crime story 'Connell Street' is a lament to the old Blackdon of the pre-war era. Cook makes fine use of the bombed out centre of the city, including Millshire and although the war is never directly discussed it forms an undertone throughout the film.

Nationality: Afalian
Language: English, some select Traditional Aafaliiaan phrases-in Afalia these are commonplace phrases understood by the general public. For abroad however they will be subtitled.



Title: End of Mankind
Producer: Allen O' Brost
Director: Ian Mendez
Actors (main): Jack Gates (Trent McWarsh), Rose Lansher (Pauline Noca), Garfield Becker (General Sullivan)
Genre: Adventure, Humor, Drama
Content Rating: PG 13
Plot Summary:
Our great great great great great (and so on) grandchildren live in a world with flying cars, jet-packs, teleportation devices, and robots that obey every command. But, there is one thing that is not so great that time: The End of Mankind. A tiny hint of all dangerous things attack all at once. Little right? Not! The only people who can stop this are: Sgt. Trent McWarsh (the guy who likes to chill and have fun all the time and never gets serious), Sgt. Pauline Noca (the smart girl who corrects almost everyone), and great old General Sullivan leading the army. Scared? Don't worry, there're some good moments like Mr. McWarsh laughing so hard spilling milk out of his nose. Who knows how it might end.

Nationality: Tuskamocan
Language: English



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Title: LAZY
Producer: Hisako Matsumoto, Koji Sakurai, Yuri Sawai, NOBU, Li-Sun Moon, Akane Suzuki, Zhu Mao, Ying Jintao
Director: Li-Sun Moon with Sawako Yumoto
Actors: Li-Sun Moon, Akane Suzuki, Zhu Mao, Ying Jintao, Nobu, Nuo Chia-Hsuan, Yuuki Nano, Kouichi Takashi, Yoshiyuki Ito
Genre: Documentary, Music
Content Rating: ALL*
Plot Summary:: LAZY is one of Motokata's biggest bands and they give you an inside tour of what they do to prepare for a concert in their home city of Zhuhai. How does this group of girls deal with thousands of fans, the stress of being away from their families and being in the world of entertainment? Watch and see.
Nationality:: Motokatan
Language: Japanese, Mandarin, Thai, English


*Warning: Does contain some non-sexual nudity, bad language and images of drug use but has deemed appropriate for all audiences in Motokata and New Edom


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Name: Life and Death
Genre: Fantasy/Historical
Age Rating: 18+
Run Time: 150 minutes
Synopsis: Faithfully based on the first part of Seahold's national epic, the Ballad of Life and Death, this movie by Hildegard Fenty takes the viewers to a fantastical version of 9th century Albion and Seahold. It opens with a scene in which the harvest of an Anglian peasant, Gawain, is run over by Caledonian knights on their horses. That night, he prays to God for the war to end, but the following day his only son is forced to join the local warlord's army. He prays to the Lord a second time, but the third day his poor house is burned to the ground by the enemy's warriors. He walks aimlessly for a whole day, hoping to find a place devoid of war, until he meets two other peasants just like him, a Caledonian and a Scotian, next to an old pagan runestone. Having lost faith in God, they pray together to the old Norse deities: they spontaneously combust and die, just as a plague is unleashed by God, as punishment for their blasphemy, on the lands of Anglia, Caledonia and Scotia.

The plague, however, is understood by the people of eastern Albion as punishment for their warlike nature; they stop fighting, and some of them set sail to a new home where they could live in peace, reaching the shores of Seahold's Aegir archipelago. They coexist peacefully with the natives until Gawain's son, Peter, falls in love with a young Birak girl, Nyoka; eventually, her father - the chieftain of one of the Birak's tribes - finds out about their relationship, but wrongly assumes Nyoka is being abused and raped by Peter. He captures him, making him a slave, and leads the Biraks and some of the Oynats against the colonies and most of the Oynats. After three years of war, the chieftain's brother, Urayoàn, learns from a mute servant of Nyoka's that recently learned to read that Peter didn't actually rape Nyoka - he frees him, and defects to the enemy. The chieftain, that thinks her daughter has been brainwashed into believing she has not been raped, keeps warring against his enemies until he sees Peter and Nyoka on the battlefield, fighting side by side under Urayoàn. He shoots an arrow at Peter, but Nyoka shields him with her own body, and dies.

Peter walks towards the chieftain, insulting him, and gets killed on purpose. The chieftain himself takes his own life immediately afterwards.

The movie has been entirely filmed in old Anglish, Birak and Oynat, with subtitles. Scenes of violence both "real" and fantastical (Urayoàn has his people's gods battling by his side, for example), nudity and sex abound, but the movie shines during its romantic moments (Alfred Tanner and Casiguaya Hill, portraying respectively Peter and Nyoka, actually fell in love during the movie's shooting) and tragic moments (the final scene, as well as the scene in which Urayoàn decides to take up arms against his own brother).

While not always historically accurate, the movie recreates the world of the Ballad of Life and Death perfectly; however, the occasional racism of the Ballad has been toned down, when it comes to the natives' portrayal - their portrayal in the movie is more similar to that of their own epics and legends than that of the Aegirian epics, with the exception of Nyoka and Urayoàn, that even in the Ballad were portrayed as brave, honest, noble people - according to the Ballad, Nyoka went to Heaven despite being a "heathen".

"A stunning adaptation of Seahold's greatest epic; even the occasional hamminess and overacting fit Fenty's movie perfectly." Seahold Daily News

"You will fall in love with the protagonists, just as they fell in love with each other. 9/10" Cinemagazine



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Title:Conan the Invicible
Producer:Agathon Demetrius
Director:Euclid Drakon
Actors:Nikos Diakolos, Gaiana Euripedes, Eustachius Panther, Doris Mnason
Genre:Fantasy
Content Rating: R
Plot Summary: Based on the novel by Robert Jordan; Conan of Cimmeria finds himself on a search for hidden treasure as he is pursued from the corrupt city of Shadizar. On the way he encounters a sinister sorcerer, a beautiful bandit queen and a dancing girl in distress.
Nationality:Malacanoi
Language:Greek, English subtitles or dubbing


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Title A Clash of steel
Genre-Historical
Age Rating-17a
Run Time-154 minutes
Synopsis-

'A Clash of Steel' is the much awaited second film of the hugely popular 'Thorn Crown' Trilogy of films directed by visionary Florysian film maker Timothy A Barnstaple. The film centers around the creation of Florys and the subsequent violence, subterfuge, romance and espionage that occurred in those early days. An all star cast is lead by Quinn Dempsey who plays King Armedeus, fickle first king of Florys.

Using a mixture of historical chronicles, local folklore and ancient art and artifacts, Barnstaple weaves a brutally realistic image of early Florys. The film opens during a visceral battle scene depicting Armedeus and his army brutally restoring their dominance within Flory's borders after the events of the trilogy's fist film in which the king was nearly deposed. It is clear a great deal of expense and time has gone into such scenes with every gruesome and blood soaked detail revealed in all there sanguine glory.

As the film continues it takes on a much darker turn as the King's enemies attempt to dispose of him through assassination and deceit, which only stretches Armedeus' sanity further starting him down the road of paranoia and brutality that is reign became so infamously known for.

Quinn's sterling performance of the King's descent into madness is supported by a fantastic backing cast including Lady Clara Larelle as Julia, the king's bride who watched his spiral out of control with horror and Jim Grant who reprises his role a the sinister yet charming Augustus Val, power hungry pretender to the throne.

No detail of the harsh life in the fledgling kingdom is spared by the cast as horrific violence, graphic nudity and profanities are common as the film explores the darker sides of the human condition and it's failings. Audiences can expect to be shocked as Armedeus, the much loved hero of A King's Landing (The first Thorn Crown film) , begins to lose touch with the qualities that made him great and he begins his metamorphosis into one of ancient history's most notorious and blood soaked characters. The films tense climax focuses on the fatal miscarriage that killed Julia and Armedeus' unborn son, it is truly harrowing viewing from a series that has already spurned so many laughs, tears, cheer and screams from it's viewers.

Critics reviews.
"An emotional experience from start to end, Quinn's portrayal of Armedeus is heart wrenching, I couldn't take my eyes of the screen. I takes a special kind of film to promote such an emotive response when the viewers already know the story- 10/10 a must see"-Lance West, The Florysian.

"Truly a stellar production, to tackle such mature themes as miscarriage, abuse and mental illness in such a compelling manner is the mark of true genius. The fact that any nudity or violence shown was necessary and fantastically portrayed speaks volumes for both the writers and cast. Bravo! "-Micheal Redwood, Film International


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Title: The Beast of Servin(also in 3D)
Producer: Zake Withern
Director: Jeff Milton
Actors:
Daniel Chad as Morgan
Lancaster as Sailor John
Carl Lisa as Captain Hugo
Cindy Long as Juno
Maria Cuzlov as Malari
Genre: adventure
Content Rating: PG-14 for swearing, violence, and alcohol
Plot Summary: The producer of "The Return to Ammar" has returned to try his hand at writing in this adventure about Morgan(Daniel Chad) who travels to Servin, an island province of Ammar, to investigate the legend of Kahr' Mhar, a sea serpent. There, he meets Sailor John(Lancaster) and Captain Hugo(Carl Lisa), who are locals that know the legend and claim to have encountered the beast.
Nationality: Ammarian
Language: Arabic, English, French



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Title: Double The Danger
Producer: Alphonso Chamberlain
Director: Paxton Mazhar
Actors: Vincent Hüseyin, Hazel Davena, Arthur Metin
Genre: Action
Content Rating: Mature
Plot Summary:
A retired military agent, Linden Sawyer, teams up with a computer hacker to seek revenge on drug lord.
As the story unfolds, the retired agent rescues with a mob wife who has mob connections which they use to their advantage. Through blood and guts they manage to burn down multiple drug labs, beat the bad guys and win the respect of the police. Think Mission Impossible meets Beverly Hills Cop.
Nationality: Ambibian
Language: Turkish, English



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Title: Star Quest
Producer: Angela Dixon
Director: Kellian Atherton
Actors: Jolene Turner (as Melora), David Bronson (as Kyril), Sheldon Tome (as Jax), Leonard Watson (as General Locke) and Yoshida Yamashita (as Emperor Khan-Doh of the Yamsai Star Empire)
Genre: Space Opera
Content Rating: P-13
Plot Summary: During the mist of battle on planet Earth in the Sol System between the Yamsai Star Empire and Kajohin Republic, while the Kajohin Republic quickly losing the war three unlikely survivors escape taking a mystical crystal which holds the fate of the future of galaxy and to hide from the Yamsai Star Empire elite force that are tracking them every step of way to recapture them. A few uncovered secrets are discovered along the way as three survivors Melora, Kyril and Jax discover they are the children of a lost race from the very distant world of Qalea where they came from that was hidden from them by their human parents during their time as children on Earth, mystic powers rediscovered they had all along and soon realize they are the key to ending the war forever leading them on a quest to find planet Qalea but while on their journey are lead to the last outpost held by Kajohin Republic under the command of General Locke with a small force with low morale and low resources looking for any sign of help that could turn the tide back in their favor before the Kajohin Republic is lost to the Yamsai Star Empire. As the Yamsai Star Empire locates the last outpost held by Kajohin Republic, their last stand comes down to a fight for Kajohin Republic on the edge of extinction and a quest for planet Qalea. The Quest Has Just Begun!
Nationality: Odinburghian
Language: Odinburghian, English, Dutch, German, Norwegian, Swedish, Japanese



Title: Melody of Autumn (PT: Melodia do Outono)
Producer: Fernanda Nogueira
Director: Clarissa Moreira
Actors: Rodolfo Valentino, Roberta Moura, Laura Garcia, Juliano Grimaldi, Luis Carlos Loureiro, Ana Maria Gotze, Lorena Lewandowski, Ari Rodrigues, Irwine São Paulo and Great Cast.
Genre: Action, Romance and Thriller
Content Rating: +16
Plot Summary: A crime still unsolved round the streets of the suburb of Hemisfério, Carlos(Rodolfo Valentino)is a criminal investigator who tries to put behind bars responsible for the murder, But engages in a forbidden relationship with Clara Maria(Roberta Moura)but he does not know that his girlfriend is the killer, but the story promises plenty of thrills from start to finish!
Nationality: Sao Mathias
Language: Portuguese



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Title: Home
Producer: William Herrad
Director: Gerard Mahone
Actors:
  • Adrian Jones
  • Edward Michael
  • Keith Holden
Genre: Military and political science-fiction
Content Rating: 15
Plot Summary: When an ancient 'alien' race arrives at Earth seeking to obliterate all native life and colonise the planet, humanity learns a shocking secret from their invaders that pushes the definition of 'alien' to its limits. Knowing this secret, can the Kingtonian Prime Minister negotiate with the aliens to bring peace while the military desperately attempts to save the Earth from destruction?
Nationality: Kington Langley
Language: English



Title: The Forgotten Letter
Producer: John Atakan
Director: Nezih Flanders
Actors: Michael Glenn (as John), Helena Rodriguez (as Katherine), Ann Jennings (as Charlotte), Darren Ming (as Max), Milo Nikolic (as Philip), Ali Çetinoğlu (as Father), Melda Büyükdayı (as Mother), and other minor actors/actresses...
Genre: Romantic, Drama
Content Rating: PG
Plot Summary: John, a Grade 8 student, meets the love of his life. But due to his shyness and anti sociality he has trouble admitting it. Love hits together with depression and John has to cope. This is the story of mature, loving, and shy John. Based on a true story.
Nationality: Anollasian
Language: English, with a few phrases in Turkish.

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Title: The Wild Duck
Producer: Miguel Santiago, Cuscatlani National studios.
Director: Juan dos Santos
Actors:
*Jack Norris as Richard Hawker
* Ricardo Oritz as Joao Martins Teixeira
* Luis Pretorius as Riaan Botha
* Hans Schmidt as Wilhelm Gorlitz
* Carlotta Reyes as Angelina Kruger
* Miguel Santana as General William Kawumba
* John O'Brien as Pastor Ray Milton.
* Ussein Torres as First Secretary John Ooumba
Genre: Action.
Content Rating: 15+ - Violence and swearing. Besides a lot of ammunition flying in the air, little blood is shown.
Plot Summary: Richard Hawker, Joao Martins, Wilhelm Gorlitz and Riaan Botha are members of The Wild Duck, elite mercenary group operating in Africa. One day they got paid for protection of local missionary, Ray Milton, from possible communist attack in the African nation of Kukumba. Arriving to Kukumba they are witnesses of kidnapping of reporter, Angelina Kruger. The group frees the reporter, who reveals to them plot by Godless communists led by John Ooumba, who plans seizing power in the county via military coup against legitimate government of General William Kawumba. The commies are also linked to Satanist group, and want to genocide all the Christians in the nation. The Wild Duck begins race against time to stop the coup before it happens.
Nationality: Cuscatlani.
Language: Spanish, English, Portuguese.
Price: 89 million N$D.
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Postby New Edom » Thu Dec 18, 2014 3:19 pm

PALADIN CINEMAS
To: Miguel Santiago, Cuscatlani National studios

Sir,

We are glad to have received your proposal to have your film "The Wild Duck" shown in our cinemas. We have reviewed the proposal,and considered the demographics the movie can be marketed to, and following examination of the business proposal in detail we are happy to say that your proposal has been accepted.

Regards,
John Craft,
CEO, Paladin Cinema's.
"The three articles of Civil Service faith: it takes longer to do things quickly, it's far more expensive to do things cheaply, and it's more democratic to do things in secret." - Jim Hacker "Yes Minister"

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Postby Saltbridge » Thu Dec 18, 2014 11:25 pm

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Recipent: Paladin Cinemas
Origin: Secretary Michael Felton Hattori, Dept. of Trade/ Employment & Industry
Subject: Paladin Cinemas in Saltbridge

Sir
The Principality of Saltbridge is a huge, devout nation with 547 million people. Thus, through the Foreign Trade Initiative (FONTAINE) and Foreign Investment Program (FIRETRAP) invite you to expand your business in our country.

We offer several attractive incentives for foreign business entities to expand their business into the country like a business tax exemption for the first five years as well as special discounts for paying utility bills for the first two years.

Herewith we enclose a formal application as requested by your company

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Secretary of Trade/ Employment & Industry

Nation: Saltbridge
Quantity of Stores: 5
Locations: Fairfield, Bradingdon, Cardgate, Blingridge, Tallbrook
Other?: NA

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Postby New Edom » Thu Dec 18, 2014 11:51 pm

PALADIN CINEMAS
To: Michael Felton Hattori
Secretary of Trade/ Employment & Industry

Sir,

We are glad to have received your proposal to have eight of our cinemas placed in your country. Your nation is well known for its hospitality, peace, good order, and good business practices. We have reviewed the proposal,and considered the demographics the cinemas can be marketed to, and following examination of the business proposal in detail we are happy to say that your proposal has been accepted.

Regards,
John Craft,
CEO, Paladin Cinema's.
"The three articles of Civil Service faith: it takes longer to do things quickly, it's far more expensive to do things cheaply, and it's more democratic to do things in secret." - Jim Hacker "Yes Minister"

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Postby Saltbridge » Thu Dec 18, 2014 11:57 pm

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Title: SS Windjammer
Producer: Candy Rowland and Marcos Jeffrey Puckett
Director: Clayton Pickett
Actors:
Paul Cobett as Captain Magnum
Clifford Kemp as Dave
Jack Ignacio Sosa as Ramos
Louise Howard as Dr Maria
Genre: Horor
Content Rating: 15
Plot Summary: A scientific crew that discovers a long-lost 1802 tall ship floating lifeless in a remote region of the unknown water soon notices, as they prepare to tow it back to land, that "strange things" happen...
Nationality: Saltbridge
Language: English
Price: 2mil NSD


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Title: The Blademan
Producer: Rita Vasporov
Director: Graham Dean Fellham
Actors:
Ronny Cassao as Gary Bishop
Linda Hank Starcastle as Alice Raymond
Benjamin Hornbergh as Barry MacDonald
Theodore Lambbridge as The Blademan
Genre: Crime Thriller
Content Rating: 18
Plot Summary:
Mangled head have been turning up all over New York and the inhabitants are scared. Ten murders in ten weeks, all committed with a blade, and still nobody has a clue who the tight-fisted killer is. Mr Gary Bishop is a strong and gentle police officer with a fondness for politics. He doesn't know it yet but he is the only one who can stop the hungry killer.

When his social media friend, Alice Raymond, is kidnapped, Mr Bishop finds himself thrown into the centre of the investigation. His only clue is a peculiar tablet. He enlists the help of a clever hacker called Barry MacDonald. Can MacDonald help Bishop overcome his alcohol addiction and find the answers before the controlling killer and his deadly blade strike again?
Nationality: Saltbridge
Language: English
Price: 4.6m NSD
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Postby AHSCA » Fri Dec 19, 2014 7:11 pm

Title: Pina: Filino de la Ĝangalo
Producer: Brilla, Filo
Director: Brilla
Actors: Brilla, Rozabela, Kandja, Naoko Miki, Miki Akemi, Filo
Genre: Drama
Content Rating: ALL
Plot Summary: Pina's world is turned around as she grows from peasant farmer to leader of a fictional island nation.
Nationality: Coronan (AHSCA)
Language: Esperanto
Price: 20,000 Island credits

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-I willingly keep AHSCA relatively poor and underdeveloped, why? Everyone on NS is a developed nation already-
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Postby New Edom » Fri Dec 19, 2014 9:58 pm

PALADIN CINEMAS
To: Candy Rowland and Marcos Jeffrey Puck

Sir and Madam,

We are glad to have received your proposal to have your film "SS Windjammer" shown in our cinemas. We have reviewed the proposal,and considered the demographics the film can be marketed to, and following examination of the business proposal in detail we are happy to say that your proposal has been accepted.

Regards,
John Craft,
CEO, Paladin Cinema's.
"The three articles of Civil Service faith: it takes longer to do things quickly, it's far more expensive to do things cheaply, and it's more democratic to do things in secret." - Jim Hacker "Yes Minister"

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Postby New Edom » Fri Dec 19, 2014 10:01 pm

PALADIN CINEMAS
To: Rita Vasporov

Dear Madam,

We are glad to have received your proposal to have your film "The Bladesman" shown in our cinemas. We have reviewed the proposal,and considered the demographics the film can be marketed to, and following examination of the business proposal in detail we are happy to say that your proposal has been accepted.

Regards,
John Craft,
CEO, Paladin Cinema's.
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New Edom
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Founded: Mar 14, 2011
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Postby New Edom » Fri Dec 19, 2014 10:08 pm

PALADIN CINEMAS
To: Brilla, Filo

To Whom it May Concern,

We are glad to have received your proposal to have your film "Pina: Filino de la Ĝangalo " shown in our cinemas. We have reviewed the proposal,and considered the demographics the film can be marketed to, and following examination of the business proposal in detail we are happy to say that your proposal has been accepted.

Regards,
John Craft,
CEO, Paladin Cinema's.
"The three articles of Civil Service faith: it takes longer to do things quickly, it's far more expensive to do things cheaply, and it's more democratic to do things in secret." - Jim Hacker "Yes Minister"

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Ghant
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Founded: Feb 11, 2013
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Postby Ghant » Fri Dec 19, 2014 10:36 pm

Title: 1453
Producer: Bodo Gozamo
Director: Raul Orzibal
Actors: Artos Artuga, John Harrigua, Elli Aitra, Joan Belasco, Benadar Marna, Gorka Hazar, Manni Handibal, Kaspar Zandornin, Sara Etxeberri, Emilio Candaga
Genre: Epic Historical Drama
Content Rating: R
Plot Summary: the film is based on the events surrounding King Edward XV's abrupt departure from Ghant in order to embark on his expedition of the world, from which he does not return, and in the process leaving his young son, King John II, as the ruler of a country soon thereafter engulfed in war.
Nationality: Ghantish
Language: Ghantish
Price: 100 million Ghantmarks

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Postby New Edom » Fri Dec 19, 2014 10:40 pm

PALADIN CINEMAS
To: Bodo Gozamo

To Bodo Gozamo,

We are glad to have received your proposal to have your film "1453 " shown in our cinemas. We have reviewed the proposal,and considered the demographics the film can be marketed to, and following examination of the business proposal in detail we are happy to say that your proposal has been accepted.

Regards,
John Craft,
CEO, Paladin Cinema's.
"The three articles of Civil Service faith: it takes longer to do things quickly, it's far more expensive to do things cheaply, and it's more democratic to do things in secret." - Jim Hacker "Yes Minister"

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Saltbridge
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Founded: Jan 08, 2014
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Postby Saltbridge » Sat Dec 20, 2014 12:04 am

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Sir,
National Art & Film Institute of Saltbridge (NAFIS) was formed in 1981 through the Film Development Corporation Act, it serves as the main leader of Saltbridge film industry to the world. Accordingly, we propose these Saltbridge-origin films funded by NAFIS to serve on the Paladin Cinema

Kendrick Druckhammer
CEO of NAFIS

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Title: Synthetic Reaction
Producer: Antonio Chomicki and Jonathon Wooster
Director: Kristopher Paranada
Actors:
Dallas Balich as Kirk Lamson
Linda Hank Starcastle as Dorothy Sumler
Julius Smolic as Dr Neil Wyont
Felix Peel as Agent Benjamin Larranaga
Genre: Techno Thriller
Content Rating: PG-13 for intense sequences of action and violence
Plot Summary:
The story is about a linguistics expert with strange powers that only work when emotionally agitated. It takes place in metropolitan city of Oldwich. The role of technology in the modern world plays a major part in the story.
Nationality: Saltbridge
Language: English
Price: 900,000 NSD

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Title: Bleeding Leaf Town
Producer: Klaus Binch
Director: Madeleine Lambert
Actors:
Sigfried Wagner as Neal Gather
Sophia O'brien as Dr Lynn Zephyr
Takahiro Ishikawa as Mayor Hiro
Felix Peel as Prof Niklaus Macedonski
Genre: Mystery
Content Rating: PG-13 for intense sequences of action and violence
Plot Summary:
An isolated rural farmer has limited time to find the professor who knows how to stop the biggest agricultural disaster. It takes place in Coastalston, a creepy heritage town that dominates the sea-shore on its own derelict harbor.
Nationality: Saltbridge
Language: English
Price:750,000 NSD

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New Edom
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Postby New Edom » Sat Dec 20, 2014 3:29 pm

PALADIN CINEMAS
To: Kendrick Druckhammer
CEO of NAFIS

We are glad to have received your proposal to have your films "Synthetic Reaction" and "Bleeding Leaf" shown in our cinemas. We have reviewed the proposal,and considered the demographics the films can be marketed to, and following examination of the business proposal in detail we are happy to say that your proposal has been accepted.

Regards,
John Craft,
CEO, Paladin Cinema's.
"The three articles of Civil Service faith: it takes longer to do things quickly, it's far more expensive to do things cheaply, and it's more democratic to do things in secret." - Jim Hacker "Yes Minister"

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Ghant
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Posts: 2427
Founded: Feb 11, 2013
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Postby Ghant » Sat Dec 20, 2014 9:34 pm

Title: Sheep in Wolf's Clothing
Producer: Artur Altaban
Director: Artur Altaban
Actors: Babo Boasi, Jaena Zurrikaraki, Luis Gudosama, Dugu Sarastagu, Leanor Yaramenda, Enza Adirol, Michael Mendibal
Genre: Comedy
Content Rating: PG-13
Plot Summary: Tongue-in-cheek political satire about Ghantish politics and international relations from the perspective of a Member of Parliament on the Foreign Affairs Committee.
Nationality: Ghantish
Language: Ghantish
Price: 25 million Ghantmarks

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Postby New Edom » Sat Dec 20, 2014 9:43 pm

PALADIN CINEMAS
To: Artur Altaban

We are glad to have received your proposal to have your film "Sheep in Wolf's Clothing" shown in our cinemas. We have reviewed the proposal,and considered the demographics the film can be marketed to, and following examination of the business proposal in detail we are happy to say that your proposal has been accepted.

Regards,
John Craft,
CEO, Paladin Cinema's.
"The three articles of Civil Service faith: it takes longer to do things quickly, it's far more expensive to do things cheaply, and it's more democratic to do things in secret." - Jim Hacker "Yes Minister"

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Ghant
Minister
 
Posts: 2427
Founded: Feb 11, 2013
Civil Rights Lovefest

Postby Ghant » Sat Dec 20, 2014 10:03 pm

Title: Arietta the Zombie Slayer
Producer: Marco Straia
Director: Marco Straia
Actors: Lucia Gaenara, Sara Karada, Philippe Voruza, Alan Arko, Gracia Zaduna
Genre: Comedy
Content Rating: PG-13
Plot Summary: Princess Arietta and her friend Miranda wake up after a night of clubbing to find themselves struggling to survive the zombie apocalypse.
Nationality: Ghantish
Language: Ghantish
Price: 25 million Ghantmarks

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Postby New Edom » Sat Dec 20, 2014 11:43 pm

PALADIN CINEMAS
To: Marco Straia

We are glad to have received your proposal to have your film "Arietta the Zombie Slayer" shown in our cinemas. We have reviewed the proposal,and considered the demographics the film can be marketed to, and following examination of the business proposal in detail we are happy to say that your proposal has been accepted.

Regards,
John Craft,
CEO, Paladin Cinema's.
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Ghant
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Founded: Feb 11, 2013
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Postby Ghant » Sun Dec 21, 2014 12:02 am

Title: Sunset on Ghish
Producer: Amaro Gardoa
Director: Basil Porizuda
Actors: Marabelle Valdega, Koro Kandari, Nora Lugaro, Mara Kerbasi, Dudur Etxebari, Fiona Malara, Analise Maratxe, Gara Barageta, Sean Lucamora, Yori Hardengui
Genre: Epic Historical Drama
Content Rating: R
Plot Summary: The highest grossing Ghantish film of all time and based upon the best selling novel of the same name, the film tells the story of Maria Velhart, a foreign born adventurer who witnesses the entirety of the Ghantish Civil War and records all that she experiences in her journal.
Nationality: Ghantish
Language: Ghantish
Price: 200 million Ghantmarks

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Postby New Edom » Sun Dec 21, 2014 12:05 am

PALADIN CINEMAS
To: Marco Straia

We are glad to have received your proposal to have your film "Sunset on Ghish" shown in our cinemas. We have reviewed the proposal,and considered the demographics the film can be marketed to, and following examination of the business proposal in detail we are happy to say that your proposal has been accepted.

Regards,
John Craft,
CEO, Paladin Cinema's.
"The three articles of Civil Service faith: it takes longer to do things quickly, it's far more expensive to do things cheaply, and it's more democratic to do things in secret." - Jim Hacker "Yes Minister"

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The Sword Bloke
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Posts: 782
Founded: Dec 19, 2014
Ex-Nation

Postby The Sword Bloke » Sun Dec 21, 2014 3:30 am

Nation: The Empire of The Sword Bloke
Quantity of Stores: 3
Locations: Level 5, 786 Main St, Deathland, Level 62, 786 Main St, Deathland, Level 89, 786 Main St, Deathland
Other?: All cinemas are for shop assistants, and me.
IBS Ranking: 16th
KPB Ranking: 80th
WBC Ranking: 44th
IBC Ranking: 27th
WCOH Ranking: 21st
RP Population: 38,000,005
Esportiva, It's the place.
GO CAVS!
10th WJHC Host & Champion 10th IBS 4th Place

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Postby New Edom » Sun Dec 21, 2014 6:41 pm

PALADIN CINEMAS
To: Whom it may concern in the Empire of the Sword Bloke

We are glad to have received your proposal to have 3 of our cinemas in your country. Your employment request is also acceptable. We have reviewed the proposal,and considered the demographics the cinemas can be marketed to, and following examination of the business proposal in detail we are happy to say that your proposal has been accepted.

Regards,
John Craft,
CEO, Paladin Cinema's.
"The three articles of Civil Service faith: it takes longer to do things quickly, it's far more expensive to do things cheaply, and it's more democratic to do things in secret." - Jim Hacker "Yes Minister"

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Ghant
Minister
 
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Founded: Feb 11, 2013
Civil Rights Lovefest

Postby Ghant » Sun Dec 21, 2014 8:29 pm

Title: Itsasugea
Producer: Mark Azaradu
Director: John Kardoa
Actors: Simon Mendibal, Doran Yaro, Luis Karraspera, Hats Dugudu, Karl Stuga, Boga Aitaro, Alphonso Lurrabega
Genre: Horror Thriller
Content Rating: PG-13
Plot Summary: The film is based on the true story of Mardo Mudogaro, a 18th century fishermen from Gauportuan who washed up on the shores of Dakmoor unconscious and badly wounded. When he awakened, he claimed to be the sole survivor of an ill fated fishing excursion into the Sea of Ghant. They were caught in a terrible storm and while struggling against it, encounter Itsasugea, who terrorized the sailors who tried not only to survive it, but also to slay it.
Nationality: Ghantish
Language: Ghantish
Price: 100 million Ghantmarks

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Postby New Edom » Sun Dec 21, 2014 11:32 pm

PALADIN CINEMAS
To: Mark Azaradu

We are glad to have received your proposal to have your film "Itsasugea" shown in our cinemas. We have reviewed the proposal,and considered the demographics the movie can be marketed to, and following examination of the business proposal in detail we are happy to say that your proposal has been accepted.

Regards,
John Craft,
CEO, Paladin Cinema's.
"The three articles of Civil Service faith: it takes longer to do things quickly, it's far more expensive to do things cheaply, and it's more democratic to do things in secret." - Jim Hacker "Yes Minister"

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