On Friday 29th May 2009, @VirtualStudios said:
#FollowFriday Xena's Renee O'Connor to enter her
self-written/directed film "Unspoken Words", produced by her company
ROC Pictures, into the Moondance International Film Festival.
Logline: The road to forgiveness unfolds as a man searches his heart
to help assist in his father's dying wish.Renee says "My short film
is about forgiveness, which I also wrote and directed. I intended to
bring a compassionate take on child abuse, to open the eyes to all
sides of the tale. I feel we are all linked by our capacity to feel.
Renee's site has been updated with the following news...
"Words Unspoken" To be Shown at the Breckenridge Film Festival "
For those of you who live in Colorado or will be vacationing in
Colorado , "Words Unspoken" will be shown at the 29th annual
Breckenridge Film Festival on Friday June 12th at 6:00 pm (MST) at
the Breckenridge Theater.
ROC Chat has begun two contests leading up to our special
ROC career anniversary celebration in June.
2009 marks the 20th Anniversary of Renee's
professional career in the entertainment industry. As part of TX
ROC Chat's June celebration of Renee's successful 20 year
career, TX ROC Chat Proudly Presents.....
The Official TX Video Challenge #6
20 Years of ROCin' Entertainment: 1989 - 2009
Best ROC Video Challenge 2009
Attention Renee O'Connor fans! Create a ROC Video and you could
receive a Gold, Silver or Bronze Award in the 6th Official
Talking Xena Video Award Challenge!
~ Announcing ~
The June 2009
ROC Chat Banner Contest
Attention Renee O'Connor Fans! Design a ROC Chat banner for June
and you could win a Banner of the Year prize at the end of the
June Theme of the Month:
Early in 1989, Renee began her professional career in TV and
film with projects like Disney Mickey Mouse Club's Teen Angel,
the indie film, Black Snow and the recently discovered Randalls
warehouse safety film. Twenty years later she's an actor,
writer, producer and director going strong with a worldwide
devoted fanbase, her own production company called ROC Pictures
and current projects Words Unspoken, B!tch Slap and Ark. As part
of TX's upcoming June celebration of the 20th Anniversary of
ROC's professional career in the entertainment industry, our ROC
Chat banner theme for June will be....
Cat and I would like to thank everyone for all your support in our
effort to participate as Team Amazon in the Aids/Lifecycle Event 8
taking place in three weeks!!! The seven day ride from San
Francisco to Los Angeles will test us physically and mentally but we
could not be more determined to complete it for ourselves, and for
those that never will get the opportunity.
We especially want to all of you who returned to our Aids Lifecycle
Auction that MaryD has so graciously hosted at
Ausxip.com. As you
may well know, her site was hacked and when this happened our
auction page and all the bids were totally erased. Mary, the
magician that she is put everything back up and we are just so
grateful to see everyone coming back to continue biding. The first
phase of the auction ends this Sunday May 10, 2009 and we want
everyone to go check out what awesome goodies are available and
consider bidding and become an honorary Team Amazon Member. We will
bring you along with us in spirit every mile we ride.
I will leave you all with the words of our cycling representative
that has instilled such pride in this effort for Cat and I: Revel
in the knowledge that YOU are making a difference. Your very
presence on the Ride (And those of you who have supported us) means
you have allowed someone to receive an HIV test, free of charge. It
means you allowed someone, who has just lost their health insurance,
to turn to the Jeffrey Goodman Special Care Clinic and receive
personal, professional care. It means that someone can receive
their lifesaving medications. It means they get to wake up tomorrow
and spend another day on this planet we call home.
Together we are the keepers of light and hope. Thank you so much
for your support, it means the world to so many of us.
With the recent server problems, I have had to remove the old
auction site to rebuild it. In the meantime I've re-located the
auction to the old AUSXIP Auction site. If you have previously
here, your username and password are still in the database.