“Altered Perception is about the governments attempt to produce a designer drug aimed at correcting the false perceptions people develop throughout their lives during times of trouble, trauma and stress. The implications could be far reaching. From helping abuse victims readjust, to solving geopolitical problems that result from prejudices formed by status, class and religions. But first the clinical trials must prove that medicine is effective. The lives of four couples, their past and present, will be examined while taking variations of the new drug. The process, however, may cause some to doubt their own memory, perceptions and sanity.”
ABC’S “HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS” CAMPAIGN WILL DEBUT FIVE SHORT FILMS, WRITTEN, DIRECTED AND PRODUCED BY U.S. VETERANS AND VETERAN CENTERED STORYLINES WITHIN PROGRAMMING THIS HOLIDAY SEASON
A HOMECOMING by FIRST LIEUTENANT (1LT) DONNA BACHLER
Mentored by Dee Johnson (executive producer, “Nashville”) and Directed by Jon Huertas, Air Force Veteran (plays Detective Javier Esposito on “Castle”)
First Lieutenant (1LT) Donna Bachler lives in San Antonio, Texas with her husband, whom she met while deployed.
Donna’s film is the story of a young veteran who excitedly awaits the return of his best friend, the warrior and hero he served with. It’s an emotional reunion with a surprise ending when these best friends are reunited.
Hey everyone, Ryan & Esposito are up for ‘Favorite TV Bromance’ at this year’s People’s Choice Awards! Don’t forget to vote for them as many times as you can!
Ways to vote
- Vote here on the PCA website!
- Include ‘Ryan/Esposito #tvbromance #PeoplesChoice’ in your tweets and each tweet will count as a vote (and also if people RT it)!
- Vote using the official PCA voting App on your phone!
Voting ends at 11:59 PM EST on December 5, 2013
The Imagen Awards have been rewarding positive portrayals of Latinos in the entertainment industry since 1985, and some new faces were honored at the 28th annual ceremony, including Castle fixture Jon Huertas and Chicago Fire star Monica Raymund, who took home the lead TV actor and actress prizes Friday.
Congratulations are in order for the “Castle” cast and crew! Last night at the 2013 Imagen Awards, which is a ceremony that honors Latinos in the entertainment industry, “Castle” was named the best primetime television program, and Jon Huertas scored the award for best actor.
BIG congratulations to Jon!!!
Jon is nominated for Best Actor at the Imagen awards!
Friday night’s 28th annual Imagen Awards will honor Latinos in all forms of media, and competing for the coveted trophy are some of Hollywood’s best! In the Best Actor in Television category are Benjamin Bratt, Guillermo Diaz, Jon Huertas and Danny Pino. The Latinas in the Best Supporting Actress in Television category are Jordana Brewster, Julie Gonzalo, Constance Marie, Gina Torres, Aubrey Plaza and Wanda De Jesus. Other Imagen nominees include Selena Gomez, Bella Thorne and George Lopez. Jenni Rivera will get the post-mortem special on her legacy, and her show I Love Jenni is up for Best Primetime Program, Special or Movie of the Week.