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The Film Hollywood Pedophiles Tried to Ban: An Open Secret

The Hollywood Sentinel attended the red carpet and screening of the film AN OPEN SECRET when it came out. several years ago, here in Hollywood.  We heard one of the producers Gabe mention on the panel how he was upset that one of the producers and director–Amy Berg was not in attendance, and not promoting the film.

One of the actors appearing in the film, now an adult, and a victim of child abuse documented, spoke with me, and had planned to do an interview with me about the film.  He later told me that he could not do any publicity regarding the film, because he stated how Amy Berg had personally asked him not to, claiming that she had been threatened with lawsuits, and that he could be sued to, if he or Berg did any publicity for the film. The victim said he could not help if I spoke about the film further, but that he was not going to and  could not.

He said that it was sad, that all of the work they had done was not getting the recognition that it deserved, to expose the abuse further, but he said the he couldn’t do anything else about it, that he had to respect Berg’s wishes, because he had signed contracts.  He told me that he received no money for appearing in the film, and as far as he knew–no one did.

Now, with the recent ongoing allegations and also factual disclosures of rampant sex abuse, and harassment in Hollywood this year;  from Harvey Weinstein, and earlier–Bill Cosby, to now Kevin Spacey, and many more; speaking out against abuse has become not only after space for victims to do, it has become a trend– from the @MeToo twitter movement among more;, victims are naming real and alleged perpetrators nearly every week.

Corey  Feldman, who I once met at Michael Jackson’s repass funeral, years ago stated how Hollywood was a breeding ground for child pedophiles, and that Hollywood was filled with them. He noted how he and his childhood friend Corey Haim were both abused.  he stated that Haim later killed him self with drugs and alcohol due to the pain and embarrassment he suffered from the abuse.

Corey Haim’s mother stated that Dominick Brascia abused her son.  Corey Feldman  had for years– refused to name his abusers publicly,  reportedly for fear of danger to his life.  He has since–as recently as last week, now named two of his abusers.  He stated the two abusers as former child talent agent Marty Weiss, and also Cloyd Jon Grissom (aka John Grissom); the latter who has a very long rap sheet including resisting arrest, drug possession, shoplifting, theft, child sexual abuse, and more.   Corey Feldman stated that he as opened up a new compliant against those that abused him with the LAPD, yet the LAPD stated they can do nothing, as the statute of limitation has passed, as the crimes were committed before the new law ending a statute on limitations for rape.

Corey Feldman is reportedly going to be naming 4 more abusers he has referred to, later on.  Three of the abusers–he states,  still work in Hollywood.   He named one more of the abusers today–Alphy Chris Hoffman (aka Alphy Rivas, aka Chris Alphy Hoffman, aka AC Hoffman, aka Alfie Hoffman, aka Chris Hoffman,  aka Christopher Hoffman, aka Albert C Hoffman, aka Alpy Hoffman, aka  Laphy C Hoffman, aka Alphy C Huffman), the former owner of Alphy’s Soda Pop Club.  Hoffman may also go by the name Joshua, and did or does also operate as  BH Casting at a hotmail address.  He resides in Hollywood, California.

Corey Feldman is also now working on raising money for a film to address this topic and help stop the abuse and name abusers. Congratulations to Corey Feldman for doing something about this, and thank you to all others who fight to stop rapists and abusers in Hollywood. Thank you to those especially who help to fight child abuse and child sex abuse in Hollywood and the world.

Thomas Edward Sizemore, reportedly living in Santa Clarita, California, was dropped from his agent and management firm today for accusations of sexually molesting an 11 year old girl on a movie set in which she was reportedly sitting on his lap in a nightgown, in 2003–which became public today. Sizemore, who reportedly has been arrested for beating women and drug and alcohol problems, denied the charges when they were claimed, yet some cast and crew members reportedly stated that he was regularly drunk and high on set, and considered the claims valid, according to news sources today. Sizemore’s only current known rap sheet includes failing to pay child support, and an eviction.

The Hollywood Sentinel and Starpower Management helps to keep kids safe in our entertainment industry.  Any business with us helps go to this cause, and we thank all of our clients for your support.

The following is the full film of An Open Secret. We urge you all to watch it, and share it far and wide.

NEVER LEAVE YOUR CHILD UNDER 18 ALONG WITH ANYONE IN HOLLYWOOD. This means–not with agents, managers, producers, directors, acting coaches, studios, or anyone. Be there with your child every minute–do NOT let them out of you sight! If someone demands that the be alone with your child, LEAVE.

Since we posted the film An Open Secret yesterday, the person who hosted the film removed the clip, making it inactive. We re-post it here below from a new source, which does not show the screen player of the film, but goes to its link on vimeo;

https://vimeo.com/142444429

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1, Phantogram

2, Yeah Yeah Yeahs

3, Pussy Riot

4, Adolescents

5, X-Ray Spex

6, Sunny Day Real Estate

7, Swervedriver

8, The Weirdos

9, Naked Raygun

10,  Misfits

11, Red Lorry Yellow Lorry

12, Sisters of Mercy

2017 / 2018 Calendar

November

4, The Weirdos, Spaceland

10, The Dead Boys, Viper Room

11, DRI + others, Union, LA

18, Quiet Riot, Whisky a Go Go

22, X, Guilty Ones, NOVA; LA

25, Barbed Wire Dolls, Whisky a Go Go

December

15, Moving Units, Glass House; Pamona

31, NYE

January

28, Styx, The Saban

February

23, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Glass House; Pamona

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14, Vice Squad

15, Sunflower Bean

16, Warpaint

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Zoey Deutch Gives Live Reading at The Academy

Actors Zoey Deutch (pictured), Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Rodrigo Santoro and Vince Vaughn will perform a live reading of selected scenes from this year’s five winning scripts at the 2017 Academy Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting Awards Presentation & Live Read on Thursday, November 2, at 7:30 p.m. at the Academy’s Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills.
 ZOEY DEUTCH, GUGU MBATHA-RAW, RODRIGO SANTORO AND VINCEVAUGHN TO PERFORM AT ACADEMY NICHOLL FELLOWSHIPS LIVE READ

Actors Zoey Deutch, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Rodrigo Santoro and Vince Vaughn will perform a live reading of selected scenes from this year’s five winning scripts at the 2017 Academy Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting Awards Presentation & Live Read on Thursday, November 2, at 7:30 p.m. at the Academy’s Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills. Effie Brown (“Dear White People”) returns to produce, and Rodrigo Garcia (“Mother and Child”) returns to direct for the fifth consecutive year.

Deutch recently starred in the feature film “Before I Fall.” Her credits include “Rebel in the Rye,” “Why Him?,” “Everybody Wants Some!,” “Dirty Grandpa,” “Vampire Academy,” “Beautiful Creatures” and the upcoming “Flower,” “The Year of Spectacular Men” and “Set It Up.”

Mbatha-Raw most recently starred in “Beauty and the Beast” and the television series “Black Mirror.” Next she’ll be appearing in “God Particle” and “A Wrinkle in Time,” both scheduled for release in early 2018. Other credits include “Miss Sloane,” “Beyond the Lights” and “Belle.”

Santoro currently stars in the HBO series “Westworld” and recently completed work on the Cuban feature film “1989.” His other feature credits include the critically acclaimed “Heleno,” “The 33,” “Focus,” “300: Rise of an Empire” and “Love Actually.”

An actor, producer and screenwriter, Vaughn is widely known for his leading roles in “Hacksaw Ridge,” “Wedding Crashers” and “Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story.” His other credits include “The Internship,” “The Break-Up,” “Into the Wild” and “Mr. and Mrs. Smith.” Most recently he starred in “Brawl in Cell Block 99.”

Presenters for the evening’s program are five members of the Academy Nicholl Fellowships Committee: producer Julia Chasman (“25th Hour”), writer Larry Karaszewski (“The People vs. O.J. Simpson”) animation director Jennifer Yuh Nelson (“Kung Fu Panda 3”), writer Misan Sagay (“Belle”) and producer Robert Shapiro (“Empire of the Sun”).

Earlier this month four individual screenwriters and one writing team were selected from 7,102 entries as winners of the 2017 Academy Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting competition. The winners are (listed alphabetically by author):

Vigil Chime, “Bring Back Girl” (New York, NY)
SJ Inwards, “Jellyfish Summer” (Marina del Rey, CA)
Max Lance and Jen Bailey, “The Queen of Sleaze” (Los Angeles, CA)
KG Rockmaker, “Last Days of Winter” (Montclair, NJ)
Cesar Vitale, “The Great Nothing” (Santos, São Paulo, Brazil)

Each of the winners will receive a $35,000 prize, the first installment of which will be distributed at the Live Read event. Since 1986, 152 Nicholl fellowships have been awarded. Fellowships are presented with the understanding that the recipients will each complete a feature-length screenplay during their fellowship year.

Admission to the 2017 Academy Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting Awards Presentation & Live Read is free. Advance tickets are recommended, and are available here.

ABOUT THE ACADEMY

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is a global community of more than 8,000 of the most accomplished artists, filmmakers and executives working in film. In addition to celebrating and recognizing excellence in filmmaking through the Oscars, the Academy supports a wide range of initiatives to promote the art and science of the movies, including public programming, educational outreach and the upcoming Academy Museum of Motion Pictures, which is under construction in Los Angeles.

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