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Mighty Mack updates its leading Film Today App – in time to satisfy film professionals’ need for instant news, acquisition deals, and gossip at the 2013 Berlinale.


New York, NY (PRWEB) February 06, 2013

As the 63rd International Berlin Film Festival commences, world renowned stars and filmmakers get set to stride and glitter the red carpet followed by their dedicated fans, who will eye every single intricate detail, either live or real-time, using many of the trusted tools which the 21st century has to offer.

The boundaries between fiction and documentary are getting thinner and filmmaker / Auteur Wong Kar Wai, who presides over the festivals Jury this year, discusses some of it in his interview.

Film Today, Mighty Macks popular entertainment news App, announces the release of version 2.7. Since the App entered the marketplace, it proved to be a great way to stay informed on Festival news, reviews, and interviews. It is the mobile lifeline to all the professional entertainment industry news and stories. “This handy App lets me stay on top of all the news — real-time — in a way thats simple, fun, and useful.” said Greg M, a long-time festival attendee and user.

Film Today amasses entertainment news from reliable sources, giving the user a quick and accessible way to follow the trades, news outlets and popular opinions.

The Film Today App brings articles pulled from customized lists of publications, journalists, trades and opinion leaders for each subject channel. Mighty Mack continuously monitors and adjusts the source lists to include new sources and publications as well as notable voices of opinion columnists.

Film Today gathers its sources into the following sections:


Film Industry News and minute-by-minute updates
Box office estimates and the performance of new releases
Studio news including new positings, appointments and announced films
Comments and insights from industry personalities
Festival news and gossip, including reaction to premieres and acquisitions.
Indie film highlights, reviews, and performances.

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Compatible with iPhone 3G, 3GS, 4, 4S and 5

iPod touch

iPad non-retina and retina

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Film Today is published by Mighty Mack and available today at bit.ly/film-news

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Leading Indie Publisher Bancroft Press Announces New Emphasis on Memoirs in 2012 and 2013


Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) March 30, 2012

On March 30, 2012, Bruce Bortz, founder and publisher of leading independent publishing house Bancroft Press, announced that his company would shift its focus from fiction, the companys primary (though not exclusive) emphasis for more than a decade, to memoir.

The change will begin on June 12, when Bancroft, located in Baltimore, MD, will launch Marcy Millers Rebooting in Beverly Hills: A Wise and Wild Path for Navigating the Dating World, a dating over 50 memoir tagged as Sex and the City for the next generation.

Its funny, its wise, and its uniquely insightful about real life, says Bortz of Rebooting in Beverly Hills. Its exactly what we look for in a good memoir.

In a way, says Bortz, the change began last August, with the release of Jackie O: On the Couch: Inside the Mind and Life of Jackie Kennedy Onassis, a fictional autobiography of the former first lady. Although not actually written by Onassisin fact, it was written by accomplished psychoanalyst Dr. Alma Bondit told a true story from a first-person perspective, and became one of Bancrofts most successful titles in years.

Our slogan here at Bancroft has always been Books that Enlighten, says Bortz. Jackie O did that, and so do our upcoming memoirs.

Aside from Rebooting in Beverly Hills, these new titles include Gerald Felix Warburgs Dispatches from the Eastern Front, an insider and lobbyists view of Washington, D.C. politics; an untitled memoir from Kevin Kelly about a former football coach who turned out to be a mob enforcer; Phyllis Hains Diamond in the Dark, a Southern girls true story of growing up in the midst of child and spousal abuse, then becoming a national champion of the abused; and in October of this year, Walking Home with Baba, Rohini Ralbys spiritual account of her time spent with Swami Muktananda.

But Bortz emphasizes that this new emphasis on memoir does not mean Bancroft is moving away from fiction. In fact, Bancrofts next title, Elizabeth Leikness The Understory, due out June 1, is a work of humorous literary fiction. We will continue to publish excellent fiction, Bortz says. But well publish terrific memoirs as well.

In a sense, this is Bancroft Press returning to its roots. Nonfiction was the predominant focus of Bancroft Press for nearly its first decade of operation.

Fiction and memoir have a lot in common, says Bortz, especially first-person fiction, which Ive always found to be extremely intimate. They both tell great stories. Really, thats what were all about.





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