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**Exclusive offer to Hook Me Up members.**

15 Mar

Have I got a hook up for you today!

reel weels

I have joined forces with Reel Wheels for a LIMITED TIME, until March 31st, 2011.

Have you ever seen a car, motorcycle or vehicle in a movie driving on a street or just parked on the side of the road? Well, those cars are all “Reel Cars” from real people. And yours could be next.Reel Wheels is a company that places cars in movies, and they are looking for hundreds of cars to place in movies this year.They have the exclusive rights to do this for most major movies in Toronto.

This is where I Hook you up…

I have negotiated a deal on behalf of Hook Me Up members with a car, bike, truck, snow mobile, moped…(you get the idea). If you add your vehicle to their database, and it is chosen for a movie, you will get at least $300 /day for a regular car, and up to thousands per day for a car with a unique look e.g. Ferrari, 1920’s, 1960, street racer…AND they give you a rental car as long as you’ve loaned them your car; AND to top it off, the average time that they use your car is about 10 days.


Let’s do the math:

1 Car (Toyota 2006)

10 Days in a movie

$300 per day =

$3000 + a car rental for 10 days.


Remember this offer expires March 31, 2011 or when the database is closed, whichever comes first.

Ask for Angela she will take care of you and ansswer all your questions, remember to say you heard about this from the hook me up list. 🙂


~Rico – Da Hook Me Up Man



JAB! Blue Devils of Paramin Movie Screening Dec. 13, 2009

26 Nov

Hi everyone,

This is one of my favorite movies about Blue Devils.. I am inviting you to be there to check it out. It’s simply amazing.

Check out my Blue devil Mas group

~ See ya there RM

The CBFF Film Club is a monthly forum designed to showcase both Canadian and international filmmakers, actors, writers, and producers making films and media content of African-Canadian and Diaspora content. The Film Club is held on a monthly basis on the 2nd Sunday of each month at the National Filmboard Mediatheque in downtown Toronto.


JAB! Blue Devils of Paramin Isolated in the mountains of Trinidad, the district of Paramin, once a year at Carnival time sheds its rural languor and erupts into an inferno of blue-painted ‘jabs’ or devils. This 46-minute documentary, filmed in the two weeks leading up to Carnival, follows Kootoo, King Devil, as he prepares with his three brothers to once again win the village competition for the most convincing devil band. Known for his athletic prowess, and given to extraordinary feats like ripping up trees and scaling tall buildings, the charismatic Kootoo must still work hard with his band of devils to win the prize in the face of serious competition from a new generation of ‘jabs’. Will the brothers’ scheme to add a new twist to the masquerade be enough for them to win? Directed by Alex de Verteuil, 46 min

When : Sunday December 13, 2009 Where: National Film Board – 150 John St, Toronto (NW corner of John & Richmond)

Time: 2 PM – 5 PM

Admission: $10 Gen / $8 Students & Seniors (with valid ID) Note: Tickets are available on line at

Alternatively, please contact or call 905-999-2629

FREE SCREENINGS from Filmi Festival!

16 Jun

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Filmi will doing Free Sceening at this year Mosaic Festival in Mississauga which takes place at the Noel Ryan Theatre at the Mississauga Library from June 17th-19th, 2009. 7PM.

Filmi Mississauga Schedule

Wednesday, June 17th, 2009
“The Pool”, Director: C. Smith

Thursday, June 18th, 2009
“Ganesh, Wonder Boy”, Director: Srinivas Krishna,

Friday, June 19th, 2009 – Filmi Shorts

“I Do. Do I?”, Directo: Lily Ahluwalia
“Statues Come to Life”, Director: Bobby Brown
“Purple Coloured Curtains”, Director: Kyle Anderson – Produced by Pamela Sethi
“Home and Native Land”, Director: Rohan Bader
“Wires with Words”, Director: Radha Rajagopalan
“Ziddi Larki (Stubborn Girl)”, Director: Arshad Khan

Please take a look at Jay Walia talking about ‘I Do. Do I? on South Asian Focus:

Filmi 10 is accepting submission. Filmi South Asian Film Festival, October 1st-4th, 2009.

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