The team behind this collectable and indispensable book for industry professionals and aspirants includes, Zara Adams (Bollywood Actress and Presenter with a BA Hons in Philosophy from Edinburgh University), Leoni Kibbey (professionally trained actress and top film/commercials casting director), Samata Angel (award-winning fashion designer recently nominated for ‘Exceptionally Creative’ at the British Female Inventor of the Year Awards 2007), and Emily Rose (MTV’s fly-on-the wall style search winner, and MTV Select and Canal + presenter in Paris, and model throughout USA and Europe).
Contributors to The Talent Magazine are from all sectors, enabling a huge range of beneficial networking ability for all those involved. They include Channel 4’s ‘4Talent’ Producer James Estill, Ed Blum (Producer/director of ‘Scenes of a Sexual Nature’), ICM agents, Nicholas Hoult of ‘About a Boy’ and ‘Skins’, Richard Burke from Industry Hollywood, Jenny Holloway (ex-industry advisor to London Fashion Forum and founder of Fashion Capital), Terry Mansfield, C.B.E of Natmags, Roger Szmulewicz (owner of Fifty One Fine Art Gallery and contributor/dealer for international art fairs), Kerry Brannigan (founder of Nolcha Network) and founder of KITO jewellery Alessandra Marinucci, amongst many others.
The Talent Magazine creates a long-overdue bridge between talent and the market, containing articles on emerging talent, industry news, celebrity interviews and key industry news. The first issue of this well-informed and trend-setting magazine features an exclusive interview with Nicholas Hoult, the Gregory Triplets (three brothers taking the modelling world by storm) alongside articles on how to make feature films, advice from top casting director Mark Summers in addition to competitions by Elite and Premier Model Management. It also follows the progress of 3 carefully selected students from Drama Studio London as their acting careers are launched.
The magazine will be distributed to 3000 casting directors, modelling agencies, production houses, directors and TV companies, in addition to 20,000 copies circulated quarterly around the UK to all newsagents, Tesco, Borders and WH Smith at £4.00. Each issue brings a wealth of information to keen followers of fashion, art and film, and those looking to connect in the business of media and entertainment.