Hi !

I'm reaching out to you in regards to various opportunities for filmmakers that we are currently hosting on Talenthouse.com. I believe they could be interesting for you and your readers.

Accomplished producer and screenwriter Steven de Souza, whose films have earned over two billion dollars at the worldwide box office and whose credits include the genre-setting action films Die Hard and 48 Hrs, as well as such hits as Commando, The Running Man, Ricochet, Die Hard 2, and The Flintstones, will be hosting a Creative Invite on Talenthouse. Steven will work with aspiring filmmakers to produce new episodes for the Web's first suspense anthology 'Unknown Sender', which was an unprecedented triple honoree in the 2009 Webby Awards for Best Writing, Best Dramatic Series, and Best Individual Performance. The project in co-hosted by Scripped.com and will go live early May, 2010 - Watch his video intro here http://talenthouse.me/32S

Rik Cordero, award winning independent director and founder of Three/21 Films, is giving one filmmaker the opportunity to direct an episode of his latest brainchild, Deranged Fan, a sci-fi electro musical web series inspired by the TV show, Lost. Participants just need to submit their film reel to be considered for the project. http://talenthouse.me/31z

The band Dr Dog and Epitaph Records are looking for film students to create a video to the track "Stranger" and potentially be awarded $2,000 USD toward tuition cost and school supplies, or $2,000 USD cash. http://talenthouse.me/32R

Universal Records is looking a music video director for the next video of Era. All the filmmaker has to do to be in the running is to create a video to the song "Ameno". http://talenthouse.me/32P

We have successfully realized film projects with Rihanna/Nokia http://talenthouse.me/32T and BBH, one of the leading advertising agencies in the World http://talenthouse.me/32U in the past and already have numerous new film projects coming up.

Please get in touch if you have any questions or need more information.

Best,
Steve