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Broadside Enterprises, Inc. (OTC: BRSE, formerly Emaji, Inc.) is a publicly traded company with two divisions: Entertainment, and Ventures. $BRSE 

Broadside announced the acquisition of 86.6 percent of the outstanding shares of Framepool AG (, a leading distributor of stock footage with headquarters in Munich, Germany, and the Company's entrance into the $2.5 billion stock footage and photography marketplace. 
Framepool collects, selects and prepares high quality video footage from TV, movie or commercial film producers and sells licenses to its growing library of over one million clips, one of the world's largest, to its 3,500 active customers, among them the most prominent advertising agencies, broadcasters, film studios and production companies. It also provides rights clearance and indemnification services, has commenced providing production services for footage intensive documentaries and is moving into the licensing of stock photography. 

Framepool has three operating subsidiaries in the United States, the United Kingdom and France and a headcount of 19 full?time and 8 part?time employees. In addition to Munich, Framepool has staff in Los Angeles, New York, London and Paris. The company's online presence ranks in the top 60,000 websites worldwide and has nearly a million monthly page views. 
Broadside will consolidate Framepool's financials from the fourth quarter of 2016. 
The acquisition was financed through a combination of cash and non-convertible debt. As part of the transaction, Broadside has committed to providing significant additional capital to Framepool going forward. This acquisition represents the initial step towards the execution of a global growth strategy. Additional steps are currently in negotiation. 

China Film Insider

Oscar-nominee Bruce Beresford will direct a $100 million Chinese co-production about an American air raid on Tokyo in 1942, after Japan’s attack on Pearl Harbor drew the United States into World War II, the project’s producer said in Beijing on Thursday.
Plans for The Doolittle Raid—the second film on the revenge aerial bombing announced in recent months—were unveiled by American producer Tony Scotti at a news conference at the Beijing International Film Festival.
Co-productions, once touted as the most effective way for the Hollywood and China to work together, have been slow to navigate the red tape of China’s growing industry, with few getting final state approval to shoot.
But historical epics featuring the U.S. and China fighting side by side against a common enemy, the Japanese, appear to be in favor at a time when relations between Washington and Beijing are being tried in diplomatic, trade, and human rights circles.
The film will be Australia-born Beresford’s second foray into Chinese territory. In 2009, he directed Mao’s Last Dancer, about famed ballet dancing defector to the United States. In 1989, Driving Miss Daisy, which he directedwon the Best Picture Oscar and three others. A video of Beresford acknowledging his involvement in the project was shown at the conference.
A co-production between the state-controlled Central Newsreels and Documentary Film Studio in Beijing and Los Angeles and Paris-based Global Media Management Film Group, Beresford’s version of the story of the U.S. Army Air Corps Lieutenant Colonel James Doolittle, will focus on the aftermath of the daring April 18, 1942 bombing raid he led on the Japanese capital that resulted in 65 of the 80 airmen under his command crashing in or bailing out over China.

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#21745  Sticky Note ROFLMAO!!!! THE MAIN COMPANY IS IN BANKRUPTCY!!! Sprycel 04/17/17 10:25:23 PM
#19832  Sticky Note Wonder why not too many traders are hitting Smilin_B 12/22/16 04:01:59 PM
#22353   Atwell printed shares and took the stock down equijohn 06/28/17 01:14:44 AM
#22352   This is getting really ridiculous ... "Tell everybody TmanB 06/28/17 01:06:22 AM
#22351   Cant get 1's anynore 2's next to go equijohn 06/27/17 06:04:59 PM
#22350   Yep. Time for BRSE to drink some coffee OTC Knight 06/27/17 01:25:41 PM
#22349   Time to wake this up KNight...I think BRSE MIKEY501 06/27/17 01:21:57 PM
#22348   BRSE... ...get over it...slap those 2' glenn1919 06/27/17 10:42:39 AM
#22347   I bought some ones yesterday. timetomakemoney 06/27/17 09:01:44 AM
#22345   Im hoping all will be answered sooner than later. equijohn 06/27/17 12:00:03 AM
#22344   Sure, i am as well...but why did Chris Smilin_B 06/26/17 11:51:29 PM
#22343   I know Chris's Interest in Africa started before equijohn 06/26/17 11:38:06 PM
#22342   Remember way back when I mentioned that Christopher Smilin_B 06/26/17 10:40:10 PM
#22341   Seems that Chris saw Framepool wasnt going to equijohn 06/26/17 06:51:51 PM
#22340   Please spend some time researching BRSE. This isnt about Smilin_B 06/26/17 04:28:22 PM
#22339   Looks like BRSE might be coming back into MIKEY501 06/26/17 01:40:34 PM
#22338   Wow - 0002s up. Looking good here!!! OTC Knight 06/26/17 01:39:30 PM
#22337   Bids back. Lets run lil doggie! Brother P 06/26/17 01:04:26 PM
#22336   BRSE .0002s up MIKEY501 06/26/17 12:58:03 PM
#22335   Well I am ready for the updates! MIKEY501 06/26/17 12:50:39 PM
#22334   Agreed equijohn 06/26/17 11:58:19 AM
#22333   Looks like that's what they are working out jmhgolf 06/26/17 11:47:47 AM
#22332   I just wondering if BRSE will get any timetomakemoney 06/26/17 11:39:19 AM
#22331   Here's my reply from Charlie Framepool went bankrupt. They jmhgolf 06/26/17 11:39:04 AM
#22330   These 1's may not be around much longer equijohn 06/26/17 11:31:07 AM
#22329   Well that sounds good....lets see what we hear. MIKEY501 06/26/17 11:24:55 AM
#22328   Thats how I read it, also looks like equijohn 06/26/17 11:22:59 AM
#22327   Sooooo looks like BRSE getting some news/updates soon? MIKEY501 06/26/17 11:15:40 AM
#22326   Thanks I just read it. timetomakemoney 06/26/17 11:13:56 AM
#22325 equijohn 06/26/17 11:12:57 AM
#22324 equijohn 06/26/17 11:07:36 AM
#22323 equijohn 06/26/17 10:54:49 AM
#22322   They should be able to talk about what equijohn 06/26/17 10:49:38 AM
#22321   Goooood morning BRSE $$$$$ Sounds like we getting some MIKEY501 06/26/17 07:42:42 AM
#22320   I emailed Charlie I'll post if I get jmhgolf 06/26/17 07:18:19 AM
#22319   Yes could explain why Christopher has been timetomakemoney 06/26/17 07:17:46 AM
#22318   And it's not like Christopher or Charlie released jmhgolf 06/26/17 07:12:29 AM
#22317   Was thinking same and figured the way news jmhgolf 06/26/17 07:09:31 AM
#22316   Does BRSE still owns Framepool? If so timetomakemoney 06/26/17 07:08:19 AM
#22315   lol Framepool was acquired. Framepool was owned by jmhgolf 06/26/17 07:06:53 AM
#22314   I misread the News timetomakemoney 06/26/17 07:04:48 AM
#22313   News jmhgolf 06/26/17 06:44:52 AM
#22312   And it went zero bid before last two equijohn 06/22/17 05:02:29 PM
#22311   Well, glad to see you got out before Toxic Avenger 06/22/17 04:33:38 PM
#22310   You are replying to a post I made Smilin_B 06/22/17 04:29:48 PM
#22309   On the other hand, they at least got Toxic Avenger 06/22/17 04:25:22 PM
#22308   I agree that a shareholder update is overdue equijohn 06/21/17 10:27:37 AM
#22307   And thats PRECISELY been my main gripe since Smilin_B 06/21/17 09:32:26 AM
#22306   I have no problem buying those .0001. timetomakemoney 06/21/17 09:28:25 AM
#22305   I still have faith. Sell off was primarily equijohn 06/20/17 12:38:25 PM
#22304   massive selloff, lost faith timetomakemoney 06/20/17 12:36:13 PM
#22303   The expired they will be launching the equijohn 06/19/17 12:24:04 PM