Out Today on VOD iTunes & Select Theaters: #Jewtopia #RomanticComedy w/ @TheReal_Jlh #IvanSergei @JamieLSigler @RealJonLovitz

reblogged from the RCR article found here

“I want you to make every decision for me for the rest of my life…”

Yes, that’s one of our favorite lines in this new romantic comedy from Bryan Fogel – who’s play is now a feature film. Check out our interview with him below and check out the movie – in theaters – and on demand and on iTunes today!

Mingle Media TV’s Red Carpet Report and host, Danielle Robay, were invited to come out to interview Bryan Fogel, Jon Lovitz and Ivan Sergei and talk about the new ensemble comedy Jewtopia which will be in theaters  & VOD on September 20th, starring Jennifer Love Hewitt, Tom Arnold, Jon Lovitz, Christine Lakin, Rita Wilson, Nicollette Sheridan, Phil Rosenthal, and Ivan Sergei.

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About Jewtopia Christian O’Connell (Ivan Sergei) has met the girl of his dreams in Alison Marks (Jennifer Love Hewitt). Unfortunately, Christian told Alison (who happens to be a rabbi’s daughter) that his name was Avi Rosenberg, and that he was Jewish- neither of which are true.  Desperate to keep up the illusion, he turns to his childhood best friend, Adam Lipschitz (Joel David Moore) to teach him how to “act Jewish.” But Adam has problems of his own, with a fiancé (Jamie-Lynn Sigler) pushing him closer to a mental breakdown as their wedding approaches.  With the best intentions, Adam and Christian attempt to help each other out, but things quickly go completely and hilariously off the rails in this outrageous all-star comedy from the creators of the original hit international play seen by millions. Click for more info at or LIKE on Facebook For more of Mingle Media TV’s Red Carpet Report coverage, please visit our website and follow us on Twitter and Facebook here:

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“Lecciones Para un Beso” 1st Colombian Movie Available for Rent via Facebook

Striving to become pioneers in the online movie rental via Facebook, the Latin American independent studio Talleres Uchawi, has engineers several agreements with Facebook in order to bring “Lecciones Para Un Beso” (Lessons for a Kiss) to audiences in the U.S., Latin America & Colombia. This new model of distribution will set new standards for independent filmmakers worldwide. To watch the movie, fans will be able to pay with a credit card or through “Facebook credits.” 

The cost to “rent” the movie through the social network will be one dollar and can be accessed by its Fan Page followers, currently totaling 165,141 users. Already the fans are beginning to participate in contests and promotions as the online premiere draws closer

The Cast: Cristina Umaña, José Julián Gaviria, Vanessa Galvis, Salvo Basile, Bárbaro Marín, Óscar Mauricio Rodríguez, Laura García, Catalina Londoño, Mimi Morales, Luis Tamayo, Luis Fernando Bohórquez, Florina Lemaitre



The film “Lecciones para un beso” from the young Colombian director Juan Pablo Bustamante is a romantic comedy that premiered in movie theaters in his native country and broke broke box office records. The film tells the story of Alejandro’s life, a teenager in Bogota who is forced to move to Cartagena where his mother decides to open a restaurant. There, he falls in love with María, a stunning young girl, and intends to try everything possible in order to give her a kiss. Inexperienced in love, Alejandro asks three clients in his mother’s restaurant for help — a romantic, a liar and a materialist — to teach him how to win María over. The men accept not only to help the boy, but they also make a bet among themselves to see whose advice ends in the kiss.



“Lecciones para un beso” is a story that for 100 minutes engages the audience in a plot that light-heartedly mixes romance, lies and money! The film was shot in over 20 locations in the historic district of the city of Cartagena de Indias, Colombia and received a grant for the ‘Cómo se Cuenta un Cuento’ [“How to Tell a Story”] workshop dictated by Gabriel García Márquez and Fernando León de Aranoa, at the International School of Film and Television in San Antonio de los Baños, Cuba.

Talleres Uchawi produces Colombian independent films dedicated to the creation of audiovisual works that combine artistic and commercial elements with quality universal stories. One of the documentaries shot ​​by this production house, Cartagena de Indias: Una historia de cinco elementos, won first prize at the Third Exhibition of New Artists at the 43rd Edition of the Cartagena Film Festival and has sold over twenty-five thousand copies.

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