Web site: www.academyentertainment.tv
“Eye for Eye,” Reality; Judge Extreme Akim offers punishment of biblical proportions.
“Get Out!,” Travel; Attractive models in exotic places participate in sporting activities.
“Music Concert,” Music; Bill Brufords’ Earthworks. 134 min.
Attending: Michael du Monceau, president; LaLee du Monceau, VP sales & acquisitions.
“An Evening With …,” Music; Live performances by Bruce Hornsby, Patty Loveless, Joan Baez, Buddy Guy, John Mayall and more. 10 x 100 min.
“Stories,” Docu; Series covers women’s issues. 12 x 25 min.
“Island Styles,” Travel; Explores locations from the best beaches in the Caribbean to colorful festivals and island tours. 28 x 25 min.
Popular on Variety
Office: 448; (646) 644-6153
Attending: Robert Rose, productions; Ernest Cartwright, distribution.
“LatiNation,” Magazine; Showcasing the fusion of Latin with U.S. culture. 24 x 30 min.
“PlayMore!,” Magazine; The latest news and information on all fronts of the huge videogame industry. 24 x 30 min.
“American Latino TV”
Alain Siritzky Prods.
Web site: www.asproductions.net
Attending: Alain Siritzky, president; George Pilzer, head of sales; Robby Amar, sales exec.
“Emmanuelle’s Private Collection,” Erotic; Follows Emmanuelle on her sexual escapades. 7 x 90 min.
“Jacqueline Hyde,” Horror; A “Jekyll and Hyde” tale told from a female point of view. 90 min.
“77 Soft Erotic Titles”
Web site: www.alfredhaber.com
Office: 545; (702) 322-4309
Attending: Alfred Haber, founder; Robert Kennedy, exec VP; Andrew Haber, VP, intl. sales.
“Dog the Bounty Hunter,” Reality; Follows the adventures of the famous bounty hunter. 18 x 30 min.
“World Poker Tour,” Series; An intriguing range of people play high-stakes poker. 18 x 120 min.
“Garden of Love in the City of Sin,” Reality; Follows one family that makes other people’s dreams come true at their Las Vegas wedding chapel. 12 x 30 min.
Web site: www.aactv.com
Office: the hotel, 3rd floor
Attending: Ted Riley, exec managing director; Rose Marie Vega, VP, Latin America; Roberto Prieto, sales exec, Latin America.
“CSI: NY,” Drama; Set in the gritty city that never sleeps. 23 x 60 min.
“Dragon Booster,” Animation; This mythic good vs. evil struggle is set in a fantastic world where humans and dragons coexist. 39 x 30 min.
“Trailer Park Boys,” Comedy; This mockumentary about life on the wrong side of the tracks finds two ex-cons trying to go straight. 29 x 30 min.
America Video Films
Office: 1151; (702) 632-7777
Attending: Enrique Maya, president; Freddie Hancock, senior VP, acquisitions; Nicholas Bingham, adviser.
“Redemption,” Drama; A gangster and death row inmate is nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize.
“Stories of Lost Souls,” Suspense; Frantic individuals discover what extremes they will go to resolve desperate circumstances
“Franck Spadone,” Thriller; A beautiful and enigmatic woman lives in a violent and dangerous world.
Web site: www.phoeenix.org
Office: 1248; (310) 462-3233
Attending: William H. Hoehne, chairman; Stephanie Le Gee, CEO-CFO; Wilhelm du Sackville, president.
“The Chosen One,” Sci Fi; Former CIA officer finds that he and his lifelong friend have a mission to do for the Almighty. 24 x 60 min.
“REO,” Advice on how to repair your new home, how to buy a home and how to keep it if you run into financial problems. 24 x 30 min.
“Bob-Azn,” Music; Coverage of the import car scene with introduction of new bands providing music for each show. 24 x 60 min.
Web site: www.atlasworldwide.net
Office: 601; (843) 425-4353
Attending: Jerry Bryant, exec producer; Michelle Swain, VP, sales & marketing; Dan Laikin, COO, National Lampoon.
“Eye for an Eye,” Reality; Revenge-based reality courtroom show. 175 x 30 min.
“Rajun Sexy Cajuns,” Adventure; Outdoor adventure show that travels to the bayou country. 11 x 30 min.
“Life of Riley,” Children’s; Incorporates physical comedy and hilarious situational humor with the best of today’s country music. 13 x 30 min.
Web site: www.ausfilm.com.au
Office: 452; (310) 889-6037
Attending: Trisha Rothkrans, CEO; Tracey Montgomery, film commissioner, Australia; Rachelle Gibson-Cummins, marketing & development exec.