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Guest Richard Chu - writer/director/pr

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Guest Richard Chu - writer/director/pr

Pieridae Media Group (PMG)


- PMG Filmworks (see PR below for its latest production)

- PMG Agency (Artistic Model/ Acting Talent)

- PMG Publishing


PMG is evaluating candidates for non-exclusive

Contractual representation on retainer basis (no fees whatsoever) as in-house talents for its cross-pollinating Agency, Publishing

And Filmworks divisions


We are working on a photography book titled “DC True Beauties”

Which consists of artistic, non-unclothed photo layout with verses

And/or poems contributed by those profiled


If accepted by the juried panel, you will be eligible for

Considerations in upcoming auditions for PMG Filmworks

Production and through our DC independent film networks,

referral to other film and TV productions


We will offer those selected as our acting talents coaching

Sessions for auditions at nominal fees


Our acting philosophy: “good acting is not about acting out

On cue but rather re-acting to the imagined moment and



We will have an open-house in mid-October for those

Interested in trying out (photogenic screen and acting



Please submit digital headshot or recent photo and

Short bio via email to:




Best regards,


Richard C.

Managing Director

Pieridae Media Group








(official selection - 2005 NY Int'l Independent Film Festival)

dir. Richard Chu, drama, 45 (60 total w/"Return of the Cicadas")


Wednesday, October 12, 9:15PM

The Avalon Theater


5612 Connecticut Avenue

Washington DC 20015




EROS... love is having courage ...


“Eros,” shot in Adams Morgan and Mt. Pleasant is the first episode

in the “DC Crossing” Miniseries episodes – “Eros,” “Crossing,” and “Spirits”

about cross-cultural relations and reconciliations in DC urban love and life


Its interwoven stories on the mores and pathos of relationship, love, and sex seek to shed light on the inner –identities and –conflict of three culturally diverse young couples in urban Washington D.C. It raises issues on how self-denial and myopic views can cripple, and how the courage to let go can reincarnate one spiritually to grow, to forgive, and to love others and be loved in redemptive grace.


Also showing: “Return of the Cicadas” – the spiritual redemption of a Vietnam Vet who met up with the abandoned daughter he had with a local Vietnamese during the War. 15 mins. (screened at the 2003 Georgetown Independent Film Festival and the 2004 Mid-Atlantic Film Festival

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