More than 10,000 girls entered the Miss England 2011 competition, which was held at the Birmingham Metropole Hotel at the NEC for the second year running. The 58 girls from across the country who made it to the final night had already endured fierce competition in the heats and a semi-final stage to make it to the grand final.
StarNow members outstanding at the 14th Sydney Film School Film Festival
19 Jul 2011
Twice yearly at the end of each semester and its production period, Sydney Film School organises the popular SFS Film Festival to celebrate the completion of the semester’s productions and the graduation of the 1-year Diploma students. The two days of student film screenings are a great opportunity for current and future filmmakers to come together. This July in its 14th edition, the SFS Film Festival took place on Wednesday, July 13th and Thursday, July 14th at the Factory Theatre in Sydney’s suburb of Marrickville. The festival presented 51 short dramas and documentaries produced last semester by SFS students.
At the awards night on the 14th we were very proud to announce the winners of the Outstanding Performance Award to two StarNow members, Quentin Yung and Jonny Hawkins for their performances in "The Trip", which was directed by Angelo Lara. Another StarNow member Madeleine Levins, also won on the night, receiving highly commended for her involvement in 3 films that were all screened at the festival. A massive achievement by her.
StarNow to sponsor Miss Lingerie Model 2011
12 Jul 2011
StarNow is proud to announce their sponsorship with Miss Lingerie Model 2011.
Miss Lingerie Model is a nation-wide search for New Zealand’s runway goddess. The stunning finalists, who are selected from hundreds of applications, join one another on a journey, which culminates in a magical runway production. Miss Lingerie Model is a personal development opportunity for New Zealand women between 18 and 28 years of age. The competition allows these young women the chance to gain confidence and poise, whilst advancing personal skills and goals.
As well as this, Miss Lingerie Model has become a launch pad for upcoming New Zealand designers to showcase their creations to a broad audience around the country.
New comical variety show ‘Planet 31’ dedicated to un-earthing Australian talent aims high towards SBS.
Planet 31 is an interactive, community-focused ‘Variety Show’ that showcases local non commercialised talent from industries of Film, Music, the Arts, Comedy and Food.
The show offers participants an opportunity to promote themselves and share industry related stories and advice to the viewership, potentially expanding their audience base.
With support from our sponsor StarNow we would like to extend an invitation to YOU our talent base dedicated to your dreams and aspirations. The team behind Planet 31 want to help promote, encourage and empower you to aim high and achieve your dreams by un-earthing your talent on our show.
At this stage we need your support: Visit www.facebook.com.au/Planet31 and show your support by liking our page. Additionally, for every like we get from now until the 25th of June we will donate $1 per like to the leukemia foundation to give young kids the opportunity to achieve their dreams.
Our first show being filmed on the 25th of June, 2011 in Melbourne which will include interviews with Mike Goldman (Big Brother Up-late) and Australian actor Harry Cook alongwith music reviews by local band July Days which is all presented by a great dynamic team of professional TV presenters along with our extra terrestrial host Sean Pary and our house DJ RobZile.