Pop Your Panties With Paris, Nicole & Lindsay Coming Feb. 14, 2008 Video Guide text POP YOUR PANTIES: THE MOVIE
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With Paris, Nicole & Lindsay
Coming Feb. 14, 2008
Three BFFs (best friends forever) face the pressures of image rehab by banding together and finding a new charity to support. Our HOT celebs learn true empowerment as Paris has a idea. Nicole says no to drugs and Lindsay finds support from her friends.
PG 4min. 40sec.
M4H Reaction to:
Pop Your Panties Video
“Dear Mr. Atkins,
You should be ashamed of yourself! This video is scandalous! Not only do you objectify beautiful women, but you parody their weaknesses. Paris, Nicole, and Lindsay may be celebrities, but they have feelings, too! And all this popping of panties!! It's shocking! It's immature! It's risque! What's more, you completely push the edge of the first amendment! All that said, it's perhaps the funniest parody I've ever seen!!! I thank you for selecting Media 4 Humanity to be the recipient of your generosity and creative energy. Sometimes it takes a bold move to highlight a worthy cause. It reminds me of the Panties for Peace campaign in Myanmar. Bravo!
Very truly yours, Melanie Siben”
“Ashamed & Scandalous
Shocking & Immature it’s
“it’s perhaps the funniest parody I’ve ever seen”Melanie Siben, M4H
Itsi Atkins’ art as a filmmaker is in the form of Parody “imitation with a difference” (according to Wikipedia). His social activism wrestles with the most important issues of the day – war, natural disaster, political ignorance – as well as pop culture’s obsession with the rise and fall of celebrities. In its guise as “imitation” it uses the visual imagery, personae, and content of a media event – but its “difference” is in its irreverent commentary that highlights the underlying tragedy. Itsi’s art makes itself look like the real thing. It parodies, but his authentic motivation is to have the viewer see the comic side – laugh – and experience the truth without the pain.
Producer/writer/director.“Itsi” is no stranger to the red carpet, with over 30 years of creative professional achievements in music, theatre, television and feature film. With over 35 film credits “Itsi” provided production leadership on such films as “Clear & Present Danger”, “Shadow Conspiracy”, “Sliver”, “The Temp”, “Big Easy” and “Highlander” and he is especially proud of his producer credit on “Long Walk Home” and working with director Robert Wise as his last feature production manager. “Itsi: returned home from Paramount Studios to New York City where he continues to create film/video productions. ITSIATKINS@GMAIL.COM
While still in high school, Zelma auditioned for C+C Music Factory and the rest is music history. Zelma went on to become the lead vocalist for the mega-hit machine. Some of Zelma’s many hit singles were “Here We Go", "Things That Make You Go Hmmm...", "Just A Touch of Love", and "Do You Wanna Get Funky”. C+C enjoyed album sales of over 6 million worldwide. As the lead vocalist for C+C, Zelma performed extensively on five continents, in over 26 countries, and eight territories. The group was recognized with one Grammy Award nomination, five American Music Awards, five Billboard Music Awards, two MTV Music Video Awards, and several European, Japanese, and Australian Music Awards. Zelma co-wrote the single, "I'm Calling (Say It Loud)", which was featured on the soundtrack of the award-winning documentary When We Were Kings (1996), a story about boxing legend Muhammad Ali. Zelma’s television appearances include Saturday Night Live, The Oprah Winfrey Show, and Live! with Regis and Kathie Lee. After taking a break from the business, Zelma has teamed up with Aimee Newman and is working with Deep Influence, Robert Clivilles, and Warren Rigg.
Ashley Michaelsen– Paris
Talented Ashley Michaelsen plays the role of Paris in the latest charity awareness release from Parody4Charity. Ashley was included in the recent New York Post Pulse “Spot the next supermodel”. However, Itsi Atkins, writer of the featured tune Plastic Paris, spotted the young talent and immediately cast Ashley in the video’s leading role. She is not from Beverly Hills but from the nearby town of Rochester, NY.
Ashley currently resides in Riverdale, NY. Ms. Michaelsen, a fashionista, model, and actress is a Fashion Merchandising major at the Fashion Institute of New York and has a promising career in fashion and film.
Photo credit: Keith Widyolar
Tiffany Lee – Nicole
Tiffany is from Overland Park, Kansas, and moved to New York when she was 18 to train at The School for Film and Television and pursue a career in acting. Her most recent project was playing "Maggie", the lead role in the independent film The Sublet. Check out the website at www.nologikfilms.com.
For resume/headshot email firstname.lastname@example.org
Kimberly Magness – Lindsay
This Indiana-raised, Kentucky-born actress has been working in the industry since the tender age of three. Working mainly in print and stage, cutting her teeth on such famous shows as Annie, Bridge to Terabithia, Peter Pan, and Steel Magnolias to name just a few, she quickly began booking on-screen appearances in film, television, and music videos. Relocating to Los Angeles in 2005, she is now bi-coastal and resides in New York City. Kimberly is most proud of her recent accomplishments, working for famed Director Martin Scorsese on his documentary about the Rolling Stones titled Shine a Light. She also just wrapped a key scene in the new film Righteous Kill where she appeared alongside Al Pacino, Robert Di Niro and rapper 50 Cent. On top of that she had key scenes in Law & Order, Law & Order SVU, and Cashmere Mafia. Kimberly nabbed the lead role in the brutal horror film Devil’s Grove, which opens nationwide in 2008, and is currently set to star in the heart wrenching drama The Word.
“DON’T MISS IT”
The selection panel gave
“Pop Your Panties” an overall
“SHOT ON DVD WITH PRETTY GOOD IMAGE QUALITY.” -
“EFFECTS WORK, GIVEN THE SATIRICAL EDGE!” -
“SHORT MUSIC VIDEO PARODY THAT IS VERY INTERESTING TO WATCH.” -
“FUN, TONGUE IN CHEEK & GET'S RACY IN SPOTS!”