Global Nonviolent Film Festival
Until October 11 (nonstop), everyone can watch all 66 films from 30 countries that are presented at the Festival, in addition to their trailers, and the Daily Video Presentations here:
This is the video presentation of the Awards handed at the 9th and 2020 edition of the Global Nonviolent Film Festival.
DARIA! MAGAZINE 2020 IS PUBLISHED
September 20, 2020 — Hollywood, California — The arts, entertainment & business magazine, DARIA!, has been published.
Daria Trifu, its founder and Editor-in-Chief, had this to say: “Since launching the magazine in 2005, this is our biggest issue ever, with 136 pages. The aim of this publication is to influence the opinion of those who have power, desire and will to change the world for the better, by engaging them on the topics, the people and the films featured on its pages.”
The magazine is available on-line, in an easy to read format, here:
The cover of the 2020 issue of DARIA! magazine.
In two exclusive articles for this issue of Daria!, film director Bruno Pischiutta interviews the internationally awarded production designer Davide De Stefano (page 20), and former Plenipotentiary Romanian Ambassador to Cuba, Dr. Dumitru Preda, pays tribute to his friend, Cuban historian Eusebio Leal, best known as the ‘Father of Havana’, on the eve of his passing (page 14).
The magazine also features articles about music Maestro Jay “Blue Jay” Jourden (page 11), and contemporary Italian painter Albertino Spina (page 7).
Starting on page 31, “we present each of the 66 films from 30 countries that were selected in competition at this year’s Global Nonviolent Film Festival, that took place on-line at www.globalnonviolentfilmfestival.com”, says Daria Trifu.
Meet Actress Sophia Abella
Sophia is represented by the Global Film Actors Agency.
Sophia Abella is a proud transsexual actress. Growing-up, Sophia Abella was a studious girl in school. She excelled in extra-curricular activities such as drawing, sculpture, painting and photography. She was looking like an ugly duckling and wore thick manly clothes. Her books were her best friends.
But then one day, the caterpillar got in the process of converting into a butterfly. She indulged in modeling and it delighted her. In the beginning, she was vulnerable and naive but she still values the early experience. Today, she works honestly and earnestly to kill mediocrity in and around of her life.
Her views on society and sexuality are often publicized on social media platforms and in UK, USA and Indian publications.
In recent times she has made a conscious effort to become an international actress.
Sophia is inspired by the stories and the talent of Heidi Klum, Sophia Loren and Marilyn Monroe. “I am very confident that I will soon make a place for myself. I feel that I have the potential to do what other great talents did in their time. We may finally screw up the courage to talk about our deepest fears or reveal our buried brilliance!”
Sophia's Profile on the Agency's Site: HERE
Sophia's Profile on this Network: HERE