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Film Fundraising Event

3P Entertainment is back this April with a Positive Peer Power fundraiser & awareness event for Cayman's own feature length film production, When No One's Looking (WNOL). This is the first feature production for Producer, Adonza Harrison and Director, Judy Singh of locally owned production company, Apex Video Solutions.

The event will showcase a wide array of local entertainment & performers including a jaw-dropping demonstration by Purple Dragon Karate, engaging song, dance & poetry from local groups like Pauze Entertainment; Church of God Chapel Youth Ministry; Swanky Kitchen Band; Smooth Bill; Dance Unlimited; Miss Cayman 08/09, Miss Nicosia Lawson and others. Come early for a chance in the first prize draw while enjoying Cayman's own Pandemonium's Steel Jamm and Suite Elite.

There's an exciting fusion-fashion show featuring Cayman's leading designers, Letitia Davis-Eden and Luigi Moxam; Ayanlore and Lisa Lee Promotions models. Event productions made possible by Lions Productions.

Miss Cayman 08/09, Nicosia Lawson has heralded the film as a strong step forward towards addressing issues surrounding Cayman's youth including teenage drinking, teen pregnancy & HIV. "I'm excited about the potential the movie will have on raising awareness to many of the social ills, within our community. Especially that of HIV/AIDS. I'm in support of any organization that advocates education and prevention on this critical matter."

Minister Clifford has agreed to speak briefly at the event. He says "The Ministry of Tourism and the Cayman Islands Film Commission fully support the efforts of 3P Entertainment and their fundraising plans to fund the production of the local movie, "When No One's Looking." This uplifting movie could play a vital role in reaching the most vulnerable in our society; providing them with life lessons on how to make the right choice when it comes to protecting their health and quality of life."

Producer, Adonza Harrison says, "Since July 2008, the local HIV/AIDS activists have all united and continue their commitments in this effort in heightening prevention education for this contagious and deadly virus. So far, 30 persons have died from AIDS related illnesses and that is 30 too much. We have accomplished more united than as lone voices. We now look forward to realizing WNOL to make such efforts easier. It's also encouraging to obtain Minister Clifford's endorsement, for the movie, through the newly formed Cayman Islands Film Commission."

James Myles of the Youth Services Unit commends the effort and says "The 3P effort is inclusive of almost all the talents of the young people of the Cayman Islands. From fashion to drama, an array of talents including organizations. WNOL is also creating a win win solution for the youth of Cayman and the newly formed Film Industry."

The proceeds from the event will go towards the film's production, which we hope to begin filming this summer.

The event will be held in the lovely 62 Forum Lane at Camana Bay on April 4th, 2009. Doors will be opened at 7pm. Raffle tickets are $20 pre-sold and $25 at the gate. Food, snacks & drinks will also be available for purchase.

Anyone wishing to get involved as a volunteer and/or sponsor are asked to call Adonza Harrison at 325-6658.

Main organizers are Adonza Harrison, Judy Singh, Rose May Ebanks, Nicosia Lawson, Luigi Moxam, Letitia Davis-Eden, Antoinette Hewitt, Lorna Reid and Tricia Bodden. Special thanks to 3P's Major Supporters: Home Gas Ltd., Digicel, Maples & Calder, Apex Video Solutions, Colin Wilson, Camana Bay, Lions Productions and all performers. Rob Patraulea, CPA of Dominion Accounting is the Production's Independent Accountant.