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Looks like my last post got lost in the system somehow, but basically it said...Road, what'd she say??? (But I understand if you don't want to post it.)

Looks like your buy ticked it to .125 ask

I don't know why I run Level 2 when I'm way long on BSEG, but I just can't stand the thought of missing a run.

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Maybe I am wrong but I just get a feeling BSEG is not a scam like so many other pink sheet stocks, and the management is really legit.

Now if someone would take the .13 ask I would really be happy.

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Actually she was so damn busy during our conversation, getting interrupted with phone calls, yet trying to answer my questions. Just being very friendly and giving me the impression things were going very well and that they were very busy on their new productions.

It just impressed me I got to speak to her and I liked the tone of her voice she just seem so very sincere. She did mention they expect the big action for Dirty Love will be in DVD sales.
She couldn't give me any information on box office ticket sales, because she did'nt have that info yet.

I any case she made me feel comfortable enough to buy more at .115.

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Higher volume came in at .125 which makes me happy.
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Cool, Road, thanks! Yes I think the money for DL is definitely in the DVD. On the company message board they have posted that DL may stay in some LA theaters another weekend, but the theatrical run is mainly meant to increase the value of the product when the distributor negotiates foreign sales and the DVD sales.

In the case of a lower budget film like this, the theatrical run is not counted on as the main source of cash flow, although there have been notable exceptions in the past. I work in the film industry and can tell you that even the big studios are starting to plan around the DVD as their main product, even in the pre-production stages of a movie!!!

For instance, the company I work for did a movie two years ago for Sony. I forget the budget, but it was under $5M, somewhere around $3-5M I have to go back and check because it changed in mid stream. Anyway to date it has made around $15M in the DVD market. It NEVER played in theaters. Not for a day. The backers made bank on the DVD and are considering doing another. BSEG understands this and that's among the reasons why I trust them with my investment.

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Hey guys, looks like were creeping back up. Glad you got that fill Road! I think you made the right choice raising your offer. I too really do believe BSEG isn't a scam. I have to make sure at times tho, ie ringing the transfer agent to keep tabs on the shares, but only because I've been burnt too often before by share dumpers.

Bialy it is you posting as Glix on the BSEG board isn't it? Thanks for the answer to my question about the box office figures. You seem to have a good grasp of how the movie industry works. I'm over my initial disapointment at the cold reception DL seemed to recieve on some sites and can see the potential for DVD sales. What makes a good film is subjective anyway. And besides it looks like this is only the beggining of the Big Screen story!!

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For some reason I like this quote from the moderator at the BSEG board...lol straight to the point!!

"...if you're question is not answered for awhile, know that we are busy with making this a film company, not a message board company."

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Hi Tic Toc, yep that's me.
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I haven't joined BSEG's Investor Forum yet, I try not to get to close to a stock. It can interfere with my trading decisions. Depending on how things go with the stock, I could change my mind.

You guys have been a good source of information for me and I did like what I saw on their web site.

Upwards onwards I hope.

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Come on you investors out there get with the program I did some of the heavy lifting yesterday, now it's your turn.

The last trade was .11 which is a steal, take it from the suckers, and you could end up making a lot of money.

Trust me, Road Runner

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Now it's .12 still a steal.
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"Forget About It" screening, confirmed dates at the American Film Market coming up:

http://media.mavice.com/afm2005/Content.php?Film=2472

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Better tell them they have the link wrong

http://www.forgetaboutitfilm.com is dead

http://www.forgetaboutitthefilm.com/ is right

is this the only film they have at the AFM?

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It's the only other "finished" film so, probably so. Although it's a marketplace, so there's nothing stopping them from creating awareness of their follow-up "Lightfield" and their other development-stage projects I guess.

Self-distributing FAI is a bold move imho, and focusing on getting distribution for that will probably keep them pretty busy at the AFM. I'm eager to hear what news they return with.

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"Forget About It" website is up! Looks fantastic! Very classy music, too.

http://www.forgetaboutitthefilm.com

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Forget About It trailer has been added to the American Film Market website:

http://media.mavice.com/afm2005/Content.php?Company=1036

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They did a great job, the web sit for Forget About It looks terrific. The trailer looks great it would be hard to make a better one.

Well done Big Screen Entertainment Group.

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Today's PR

http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/051019/195850.html?.v=1

Big Screen Entertainment Announces Theatrical Release of Feature Film 'Forget About It'
Wednesday October 19, 1:40 pm ET

HOLLYWOOD--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct. 19, 2005--Big Screen Entertainment Group (OTC:BSEG - News) announces that the first official screening of feature film "Forget About It" took place on Oct. 14, 2005, in Hoboken, N.J., with a resounding success.

Big Screen Entertainment, in association with Hoboken Pictures, were joined by the New Jersey Film Commission representatives, and local and state politicians at this VIP exclusive, advanced screening. A reception was held after the screening at the prestigious Stevens Institute of Engineering. The lavish cocktail reception that followed the screening was catered by Carlo's Bakery and Tony's Italian Delicatessen of Hoboken.

BSEG CEO Kimberley Kates and Hoboken Pictures CEO Anthony Falco welcomed the accolades of the guests in attendance after Producer/Director BJ Davis reunited film legends Burt Reynolds and Raquel Welch on the big screen in "Forget About It."

Big Screen Entertainment has secured theatrical distribution at selected theater chains for January 2006 release.

Davis and Kates anticipate a major domestic release, with all foreign markets to be sold at the American Film Market on Nov. 2, 2005, in Santa Monica, Calif. Davis and Kates will be in attendance, representing "Forget About It" for Big Screen Entertainment. The film will be available to buyers internationally and domestically at selected screenings during the film market.

A new Web site and film trailer for the movie "Forget About It" has been launched at www.forgetaboutitthefilm.com.

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Big Screen Entertainment Group Announces the Hiring of Linda Monterrubio-Whaley to Head Up Its Worldwide Distribution and Sales Team
Thursday October 27, 10:45 am ET

HOLLYWOOD--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct. 27, 2005--Big Screen Entertainment Group (OTC:BSEG - News) is proud to announce the hiring of Linda Monterrubio-Whaley to head up the distribution and sales for the company's full slate of projects.


Whaley has been working in the distribution arena for 13 years, most recently as a consultant for First Look Media specializing in sales to the ever expanding Latin American marketplace.

From 1998 to 2003, Whaley served as Vice President of International Sales at Peakviewing Media Inc. where she was responsible for the day to day operations and record growth of the Latin American/U.S. Sales Division. Under Whaley's direction, sales tripled and from 1999 to 2002 she was the company's number one sales representative.

Whaley also served as Director of Sales for Alliance Television International. She supervised sales agents throughout Asia and opened the marketplace to Bolivia, Brazil and Paraguay which had previously been untapped, lucrative resources. While at Alliance, Whaley increased overall sales by 165% with a 207% growth increase since 1995.

A graduate of USC Business School with an emphasis in international finance, Whaley is fluent in English and Spanish and conversational in French. She also has extensive experience evaluating film catalogues and has worked in that capacity as a court appointed trustee.

BSEG CEO, Kimberley Kates stated that, "Following our company's blueprint of establishing a foothold in the ever important distribution arena, I am quite pleased to be bringing Linda on board. With the exponential growth in the Latin American film and television marketplace, as well as with Linda's recent experience in Europe and Asia, we feel that we will be strongly represented at the upcoming American Film Market and subsequent film and television markets throughout the world."

About Big Screen:

BSEG is a full service entertainment company designed to develop, produce, purchase, and exhibit products in all media formats, including motion pictures, television, music and publishing.

Safe Harbor Statement under the 1995 Private Securities Litigation Reform Act: Statements contained in this document which are not historical fact are forward-looking statements based upon management's current expectations that are subject to risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from those set forth in or implied by forward-looking statements.

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Big Screen Entertainment
Rosslyn Hornsby, 323-960-4014
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Dave Zappone, 323-960-4014
www.bigscreenent.com
www.forgetaboutitthefilm.com


Source: Big Screen Entertainment

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Big Screen Entertainment to Showcase Star Studded List of Films at the American Film Market
Friday October 28, 9:00 am ET

HOLLYWOOD, Calif., Oct. 28 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Big Screen Entertainment Group's (OTC: BSEG - News) CEO, Kimberley Kates, has announced the list of projects the company will be showcasing to over 7,000 leaders in motion picture production and distribution industries present at the American Film Market (AFM) November 2-9, 2005.


The Burt Reynolds/Raquel Welch starrer, "Forget About It," will screen at the Mann Criterion Theatre in Santa Monica. The film was directed and produced by BJ Davis and John D. Schofield ("As Good As It Gets," "Jerry Maguire"), and also stars Robert Loggia, Charles Durning, Phyllis Diller and Richard Grieco. Kates stated that audience response to the action-comedy was "overwhelmingly positive" at recent screenings. The company will be releasing the film theatrically in January, 2006.

Other films in various stages of production include "The Mirror," "Tool Girls," "The Road To Christmas," "Angel's Blood" and "Lightfield's Home Videos".

The thriller "The Mirror" was written and directed by BSEG's VP of Production, Stephen Eckelberry ("Charades") and stars and Paz De La Huerta. De La Huerta began her career as a fashion model in New York City, and has built an impressive film resume, co-starring with Tobey Maguire ("The Cider House Rules"), Vincent D'Onofrio ("Chelsea Walls"), and both Diane Lane and Donald Sutherland in the upcoming "Fierce People," directed by Griffin Dunne. Kates is also pleased to announce that legendary actor David Carradine ("Kill Bill") has recently joined the cast of BSEG's "The Mirror".

"Tool Girls" is a dark tale of revenge based upon the novel of the same name by Rodney Hewitt. It's the story of two beautiful calendar models turned serial killers exacting vengeance upon the rich, powerful and cruel. The film is a cross between Pulp Fiction and Thelma and Louise and stars Kristin Bauer ("50 First Dates"), Elena Lyons ("Club Dread"), Monty Bane ("Sleepwalkers") and Sam Hennings ("The Work and the Glory").

"Angel's Blood" is a sci-fi thriller written and directed by BSEG's VP Michael Manasseri, producer of the recent Jenny McCarthy comedy "Dirty Love." The film stars acclaimed actress, Karen Black, and takes place in a historic New England town.

The company will be bringing the Ron Zimmerman penned "Road to Christmas" to the Market. Big Screen is producing along with Penny Peyser ("The In-Laws") and will be announcing the star studded cast soon.

In final stages of production is Lightfield Lewis' Home Videos, a compilation of movies shot over a twenty year period, featuring such stars as Cuba Gooding, Jr., Juliette Lewis, Beck, Giovanni Ribissi, Leah Remini and many more. The film is being executive produced by Academy Award winner, Gus Van Sant ("Good Will Hunting").

CEO Kates stated, "Our films play to several key demographics, and are sure to garner substantial domestic and international interest."

About Big Screen

BSEG is a full service entertainment company designed to develop, produce, purchase, and exhibit products in all media formats, including motion pictures, television, music and publishing.

Safe Harbor Statement under the 1995 Private Securities Litigation Reform Act: Statements contained in this document which are not historical fact are forward-looking statements based upon management's current expectations that are subject to risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from those set forth in or implied by forward-looking statements.


Contact:
Big Screen Entertainment
Rosslyn Hornsby or Dave Zappone
(323) 960-4014

http://www.bigscreenentertainment.com
http://www.forgetaboutitthefilm.com
http://www.samhennings.com
http://www.dirtylovefilm.com


Source: Big Screen Entertainment Group

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Update about the AFM from the co msg board

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11/01/05 at 10:19 PM
Just wanted to let you all know that Big Screen is looking good at the AFM. We have a 20 foot banner in the main lobby at Loew's in a prime location, getting not only Forget About It out there (which looks to be one of the best posters at the AFM), but we have the Big Screen name out there BIG as ever, getting some brand recognition. The new Tool Girls poster is also on the banner.

Unfortunately our web master is busy with another job at the moment and cannot update our site so we are getting a sub in to update this site with all our new artwork and trailers soon.

A few other updates: Our suite at the market looks great. Our posters, one sheets and other marketing materials also look fantastic. We have Big Screen water, Big Screen pens, Big Screen 2006 calendar books, Big Screen Hats, Big Screen T-shirts, and the Forget About It materials as well.

For those that are in the L.A. area, I know WAB and JorJen are, please come by and visit us. Le Merigot, Suite 223. Our suite is right off the elevator. Nice visibility.

We'll update everyone periodically throughout the market. Keep your fingers crossed. It starts tomorrow bright and early.


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Again from the BSEG board.....

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Monday update: We have some real winners with our other projects (not just FAI).

There has been a huge amount of interest and offers made on the various BSEG projects:

Lightfield's Home Videos
Tool Girls
The Mirror
Angel's Blood

We are taking pre sale orders and will have these projects ready by Cannes (or sooner).

This market has been excellent for the company so far. We are all very excited with our project line up and the impact it has had here at AFM.

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COMPANY NEWS AND PRESS RELEASES FROM OTHER SOURCES:
Big Screen Entertainment Distribution Arm Up and Running

HOLLYWOOD, Calif., Nov 21, 2005 /PRNewswire-FirstCall via COMTEX/ -- Big Screen Entertainment Group (OTC: BSEG) is pleased to announce that its venture into direct distribution of its slate of upcoming projects has progressed better than anticipated.

Recent response at this year's American Film Market in Santa Monica, California, attended by the leading international film and television buyers, brought in sales numbers surpassing Big Screen's expectations for its 2006 slate of projects including the supernatural thriller, "Angel's Blood" starring Karen Black, the murder mystery, "The Mirror" with David Carradine and up and comer Paz de la Huerta, the crime drama, "Tool Girls" and the Gus Van Sant produced, "Lightfield's Home Videos", starring Cuba Gooding, Jr., Juliette Lewis, Giovani Ribisi and many more well known stars.

VP of Business Affairs, David Zappone stated, "We are currently in negotiations on all of our future projects for international distribution. Not only are we pleased with the numbers coming in, but also the international response to our upcoming slate affirms that Big Screen is on the right path towards our success in the global marketplace. We are making projects that buyers are looking to acquire." Zappone continued, "BSEG is distributing projects directly to the marketplace which further enhances our company's ability to be a truly international supplier of feature films and television and control the destiny of the company."

Director of Sales, Linda Monterubbio-Whaley, stated that, "In my 14 years of working in distribution, I have never had so many positive responses from International buyers to the upcoming line up and presentation that Big Screen presented at this years AFM."

The romantic comedy, "Dirty Love," BSEG's co-production with Double Down Entertainment and First Look Studios, starring Jenny McCarthy and Carmen Electra hits video stores nationwide on December 6.

About Big Screen

BSEG is a full service entertainment company designed to develop, produce, purchase, and exhibit products in all media formats, including motion pictures, television, music and publishing.

Safe Harbor Statement under the 1995 Private Securities Litigation Reform Act: Statements contained in this document which are not historical fact are forward-looking statements based upon management's current expectations that are subject to risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from those set forth in or implied by forward-looking statements.


Contact:
Big Screen Entertainment
Rosslyn Hornsby or Dave Zappone
(323) 960-4014

http://www.bigscreenentertainment.com
http://www.forgetaboutitthefilm.com
http://www.dirtylovefilm.com
SOURCE Big Screen Entertainment Group

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