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CINEMAX PICTURES AND PRODUCTION COMPANY INTL., INC TO UNVEIL A NEW DOCUMENTARY CALLED "ROCK AND ROLL GEAR HEAD: 4 DAYS WITH BILLY F. GIBBONS" AT A SPECIAL FUNCTION IN TORONTO ON SEPT 27TH.
Published in M2 PressWIRE on Thursday, 27 September 2007 at 18:30 GMT Copyright (C) 2007, M2 Communications Ltd.
(OTCBB -- QBID) Toronto -- Constantine A. Papadopoulos, President and CEO of Cinemax Pictures and Production Co., Intl., Inc. announced today its first foray into documentary format filmmaking by signing a deal with producer and director Jamie Chamberlin. Among his many projects includes the new documentary "Rock and Roll Gear Head: Four Days with Billy F. Gibbons." Cinemax Pictures will work directly with Jamie Chamberlin and his company, Rooster Films, in coordinating distribution and production deals for some of his current and future projects.
According to Papadopoulos: "To kick off our collaboration, their will be an exclusive, by invitation only, Toronto premier of a sample of his documentary work, "Rock and Roll Gearhead: 4 Days with Billy F. Gibbons" on September 27th. The event will be co-hosted by Cinemax Pictures and Production Co. Intl., Inc., Jamie Chamberlin and the Gibson Guitar Company. The function will be held at the new Gibson Guitar facility in downtown Toronto.
Mr. Chamberlin commented: "Premiering this film at Gibson Guitars is more than an appropriate gesture because Billy F. Gibbons has a long term relationship and association with the legendary Gibson Guitars, including his custom made Gibson Guitar and his preference for using a classic 1959 Gibson Les Paul edition in many of his performances."
Papadopoulos continued: " Rock and Roll Gearhead' is an exciting piece of documentary film work about one of the most interesting people I have ever met, Billy F Gibbons of ZZ Topp. Mr. Chamberlin had unprecedented and exclusive access to Mr. Gibbons and captured more than just backstage moments, but was able to give us a personal and professional portrait of this brilliant guitarist and famed Rock and Roll legend."
According to Mr. Chamberlin: "I look forward to my association with Mr. Papadopoulos, Wayne Thompson and the others at Cinemax Pictures who appreciate my talents and see the value of my existing projects and concepts and the potential for them to move into mainstream film distribution."
For further information please contact: IRforTMM*cinemaxpictures.com
A warning regarding forward-looking statements This press-release may contain forward-looking statements regarding future events or the future performance of Triangle Multi Media and / or Cinemax Pictures and Production Company International (the "Companies"). Words such as "anticipates," "expects," "intends," "plans," "believes," "may," "will," and variations of these words or similar expressions are intended to identify forward-looking statements. These statements speak only as of the date hereof. Such information is subject to change, and we will not necessarily inform you of such changes. Actual events or results, of course, could differ materially and adversely from those expressed in any forward-looking statement. Among the important factors which could cause the Companies actual results to differ materially and adversely from such forward-looking statements are the intense competition in its industry and its need to stay on the forefront of development of business within its industry. As a private company, Cinemax stock is currently not listed on any United States stock exchange or market, and the Company does not currently make filings (e.g., Forms 10-K and 10-Q) with the Securities and Exchange Commission under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934.
yeah Win, i don't play here anymore either. i never post buy/sell advice, only research and information. oughtta read my past posts to know what you're talking about.
been warning people about this pos and the people involved for years...
don't know how posting information could be construed as "trying to sell his worthless crap"...
been bashed by people with alot more knowledge of this stock and the players than you... ...guess what, those pumpers were wrong--and gone.
btw frank, aren't you pretty much 'newbie' around here??
ftr...made bank on this pig back in '04, and DID NOT put it all back in. ...am NOT a whiner about how much money i've lost on this one. --in case anybody is paying attention, the game is gains and losses... ...short-term losses can be offset by short-term gains with other stocks. ...long-term losses can be offset by long-term gains with other stocks. ...the key is--you have to have GAINS.
...dude does have an opinion on alotta plays... ...posting/pushing winners down here in the muck'n mire of sub-pennyland ?? ...dude, you could be a mutual fund manager....lol
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QBID - Triangle Multi-Media Inc Common Stock Declaration Date: Ex Date: 10/5/2007
Reverse Split 1-50,000 R/S Notes:
N/C to Cinemax Pictures and Production Company International, Inc. (CPPC). Shareholders holding less than 50,000 shs will receive 100 shs post-split & pre-split holders of less than 100 shs will not be effected by split.
i think that we can invest $5 at this point and hope i some decent return
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From: Tony Gouveia, Chief Financial Officer October 4, 2007 Statement:
It has been a long road for us to complete this merger. It’s been over a year. I’m very excited that we have finally completed this transaction. I have tried to answer those questions that I thought would be of most interest to everyone that I am allowed to answer under the present SEC rules and regulations in place regarding disclosure issues. Please feel free to contact me if I missed an important question or you have a follow-up question if my answer was not clear. As CFO, I have two important goals (this is not all inclusive and there are many other important objectives): (1) to build credibility with our shareholders; and (2) add value to the company via acquisitions and movie and television projects.
My commitment to the shareholders is to provide as much clarity as we can about what we are doing and what we are trying to do going forward. I’m interested in what you think. I want to build a good strong relationship with our shareholders. I hope we can win your trust and respect. I wish us all great success as we move forward.
Frequent Asked Questions
From: Tony Gouveia, Chief Financial Officer
Is TMM gone and now called Cinemax Pictures and Production Company Intl. Inc.? Yes and No. The merger was consummated on 10/5/07. TMM is the surviving company and the name was changed to Cinemax Pictures and Production Company Intl. Inc. The former shareholders of Cinemax Pictures are now the controlling majority of the combined entities.
Are there two Cinemax Pictures - one in Washington and one In Toronto as some posters have claimed? No. TMM’s name was changed to Cinemax Pictures and Production Company Intl. Inc. as part of the process of merging the two companies.
How did the merger happen with out a shareholders vote? The merger requires majority shareholder approval and Articles of Incorporation that grant the company the authority to complete this and other transactions. Lloyd Fan owned 53% of TMM and approved this merger and it was properly filed with the State of Washington, Office of the Secretary of State..
What if you owned less than 50,000 shares - will you lose out on the reverse split? No. Any shareholder that has 100 to 499,999 shares will receive 100 shares. We are providing preferential treatment to the small shareholders that would have been negatively impacted by the reverse stock split.
What is the new trading symbol? CPPC
Why do I have to pay Capital Transfer to get the new shares of my stock? These are the customary fees that are required to complete this process with the transfer agent. Cinemax has no control over these costs and shareholders will need to enclose a certified check or money order US funds with these fees (made out to Capital Transfer).
Please note: the fee structure and the address for Capital are listed below.
Can I sell my shares before I turn them in to be reissued? If you decide you want to sell your position in CPPC, please be advised that some, but not all brokerage firms will allow you to sell before you turn them in your old QBID shares. If you can and decide to do that, you will carry a short-position on your account and on the brokerage house books for a few days. It is therefore “up to you and your brokerage house,” but the matter would be simplified if you surrender your old certificates and obtain new ones before you try to sell your shares.
How can we be certain you will not repeat what QBID did to us shareholders. I would encourage everyone to ask questions and do whatever logical due diligence you deem necessary to reach a comfort level with your investment. We hope we can win your trust and respect and that you will remain a shareholder. We want the opportunity to turn the past around and build a company that will have long-term sustainable value for all shareholders and allow us to become a successful production company.
Why so large a reverse split? Due to the previous TMM management team, the outstanding shares of the company were so significantly diluted, it was the only way we could regain a logical amount of shares in the float and to get institutional interest.
Is Frank Olsen or any of the people associated with him in the past involved in the company? Except for Lloyd Fan, no one from the old Board of Directors or officers of Triangle Multi Media is involved with Cinemax Pictures and Production Company, Intl. Inc., nor will they ever be involved.
How will the new company operate financially that will benefit shareholders? We will not be involved in any transaction that we don’t feel will generate value for the company and we will be involved in lucrative transactions that go through extensive screening to match our short and long term profitability objectives..
Where are the offices of Cinemax Pictures going to be located and when will they be opened? We are currently looking for office space in Los Angeles area of Southern California.
Who is handling Investor Relations for the company? We are currently interviewing candidates. In the interim, the management team will handle this until someone is selected. I will continue to have a separate section on the web site to communicate with shareholders. I view this as one of my primary responsibilities as I believe the shareholders represent a vital and important asset of the company. At the moment, we are only accepting mail with stockholder inquires that we will do our best to legally and ethically answer, without divulging and inside-information. Please address shareholder and investor correspondence to this address only. Inquires of this nature sent to other E MAIL addresses at the company will remain unanswered. THE CORRECT ADDRESS FOR INVESTOR RELATED QUESTIONS IS: IRforTMM*cinemaxpictures.com
Is the company going to only produce movies? Will you be investing in other projects? We will produce, co-produce or offer gap financing for movies and TV programs and will have two divisions that will be handling both areas. Furthermore, we are in the process of negotiations to acquire entertainment related assets, including existing film libraries that could generate cash flow and value to the company.
We respectfully request that all stockholders return their stock certificates representing shares of old common stock to the transfer agent for cancellation, in exchange for certificates representing the number of whole shares of new common stock into which the shares of old common stock have been converted as a result of the common stock reverse split. . In order to receive new certificates, stockholders must surrender their old certificates, plus fees, in certified check or money order (in USD) made out to the transfer agent, Capital Transfer Agency, 300 Bay Street, Suite 2020, Toronto, ON Canada M5H 2Y2 for cancellation.
Stockholders whose shares are held in electronic format do not need to submit old certificates for exchange. Their respective accounts will automatically be adjusted to reflect the new quantity of shares, based on the exchange ratio
IF A SHAREHOLDER WANTS ONE QBID CERTIFICATE CANCELLED AND ONE CPPC CERTIFICATE ISSUED, THE FEE IS AS FOLLOWS: $75.00 USD
$ 25.00 USD cancellation of share certificate $ 35.00 USD issuance of new share cert $ 15.00 USD registered mail in the US $ 75.00 USD
IF THEY HAVE 3 QBID CERTIFICATES TO CANCEL AND ONE CPPC CERTIFICATE TO BE ISSUES, THE FEE IS AS FOLLOWS: $125.00 USD
$ 75.00 $ 35.00 $ 15.00 $125.00
PLEASE NOTE: Each shareholder mailing in their certificates to us MUST include their full legal name, full address, telephone numbers and e-mail address (if they have one).
We will need this information if there is a need to contact them if there are problems with the transaction. It also gives us the opportunity to update our system for future contact.
If your shares are with your broker, have the broker send them directly to CAPITAL TRANSFER INC. (at the above same address) with a Fed Ex or other overnight package service account number for the new certificates to be returned.
If you have any questions regarding the process of the exchange of shares please write DO NOT CALL Capital Transfer Agency at: info*capitaltransferagency.com
(OTC-PK: QBID) TRIANGLE MULTIMEDIA LIMITED, INC. (TMM – QBID) ANNOUNCED TODAY A STOCK REVERSE SPLIT AND THE COMPLETION OF THE MERGER WITH CINEMAX PICTURES AND PRODUCTION COMPANY INTERNATIONAL, INC.
(M2 PressWIRE Via Thomson Dialog NewsEdge) RDATE:04102007
Woodland Hills, CA October 4, 2007
Triangle MultiMedia Limited, Inc. (“Company” or “Cinemax Pictures”) announced today that its board of directors unanimously adopted, and shareholders holding a majority of the capital stock approved, a resolution to effect a common stock reverse split such that each holder of 50,000 shares shall receive 1 share. Any shareholder that has 100 to 499,999 shares will receive 100 shares.
The Company also completed the merger with Cinemax Pictures & Prod. Co. Intl. Inc.
Simultaneously, the Company changed its name to Cinemax Pictures & Prod. Co. Intl. Inc.
The effective date for the common stock reverse split was October 5th 2007.
Consequently, the Company has been assigned a new cusip number and trading symbol: CPPC. Accordingly, Cinemax Pictures & Prod. Co. Intl. Inc. will trade on the OTC Pink Sheets under new ticker symbol CPPC.
We respectfully request that all stockholders return their stock certificates representing shares of their old QBID common stock to the transfer agent for cancellation, in exchange for certificates representing the number of whole shares of new common stock into which the shares of old common stock have been converted as a result of the common stock reverse split. In order to receive their new certificates, stockholders must surrender their old certificates, plus fees, to transfer agent, Capital Transfer Agency, for cancellation and reissue.
Stockholders whose shares are held in electronic format do not need to submit old certificates for exchange. Their respective accounts will automatically be adjusted to reflect the new quantity of shares, based on the exchange ratio.
Beginning on the effective date of the common stock reverse split, each old certificate, until exchanged as described above, will be deemed for all purposes to evidence ownership of the number of whole shares of new common stock into which the shares evidenced by the old certificates have been converted.
Tony Gouveia, CFO for Cinemax Pictures and Production Company Intl., Inc has posted an “FAQ page” along with additional information regarding the delivery address and fee structure for old certificates and the reissue of the new certificates on the Cinemax Pictures web site at www.cinemaxpictures.com in the Investor Relations section
FORWARD LOOKING STATEMENTS This press release contains statements that are made pursuant to the Safe Harbor Provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Act of 1995. Certain statements in this press release may contain words such as “anticipates”, “believes”, “could”, “estimates”, “expects”, “intends”, “may”, “projects”, “targets” and other similar language and are considered forward-looking statements. These forward-looking statements are subject to certain risks and uncertainties and persons reading this press release are cautioned that such statements are only predictions, and that the Company’s actual future results or performance may be materially different. The Company disclaims any intention or obligation to update or revise forward-looking information, whether as a result of new information, future events, or otherwise.
This material is information only and is not an offer or solicitation to buy or sell securities.
For more information, please contact: IRforTMM*cinemaxpicture.com
CPPC Inc.: (CPPC pinksheets) Cinemax Pictures & Production Company Intl., Inc.
Published in M2 PressWIRE on Friday, 05 October 2007 at 17:06 GMT Copyright (C) 2007, M2 Communications Ltd.
In a statement today, Constantine A. Papadopoulos, President and CEO of Cinemax Pictures and Production Co., Intl., Inc. announced that the Cinemax Pictures event in Toronto last week was a success on many levels. According to Papadopoulos: "Many Toronto based film distributors showed an extreme interest in the documentary work and style of Producer and Director Jamie Burton Chamberlin.
That evening, we showed his new crowd pleasing film ROCK AND ROLL GEARHEAD: FOUR DAYS WITH BILLY F. GIBBONS. Subsequently, and via mutual agreement, Cinemax Pictures plans to work directly with Mr. Chamberlin and his company, Rooster Films, to coordinate future production and distribution deals on his other projects."
Papadopoulos continued: "as great a film as ROCK AND ROLL GEARHEAD is, Jamie Burton Chamberlin also has a number of other strong content documentaries projects that he is ready to direct and produce. We are looking forward to working with him in getting these projects funded and completed.
The function was held at the new Gibson Guitar facility in downtown Toronto.
FORWARD LOOKING STATEMENTS This press release contains statements that are made pursuant to the Safe Harbor Provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Act of 1995. Certain statements in this press release may contain words such as "anticipates", "believes", "could", "estimates", "expects", "intends", "may", "projects", "targets" and other similar language that are considered forward-looking statements.
These forward-looking statements are subject to certain risks and uncertainties and persons reading this press release are cautioned that such statements are only predictions, and that the Company's actual future results or performance may be materially different.
The Company disclaims any intention or obligation to update or revise forward-looking information, whether as a result of new information, future events, or otherwise.
This material is information only and is not an offer or solicitation to buy or sell securities.
For further information, please contact: Cinemax Pictures & Prod. Co. Intl. Inc e-mail: IRforTMM*cinemaxpicture.com Release date: 05 Oct 2007
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