“Hottie” Schatar in character on Wendy William’s radio show in New York.
As an actress in Hollywood, when my agent kept sending me up for gang roles and prostitute roles, I quickly realized that I had to claim my own power. Going in for other types of roles, I was often told that I was too glamorous, or too well endowed, or that my face was too recognizable.
Today, Jan 22, 2017, like the Phoenix, I am rising above and spreading my wings, sharing Many Women’s Stories in one in our new book “The Kinky Side Of Perfect”. Because, no matter what you’ve gone through, you can recreate yourself. Draw on your inner strength within you and turn your life into something that you want. See, there is an evolution that one can go through and there are all sorts of things that what one is capable of rising above.
Continue the strong message after the Million Woman March. Here in our book trilogy, we are telling many women’s personal stories through these characters with integrity, love, humor, spice, and strength, on our own terms.
Get it right now on Amazon http://amzn.to/2jAVPdg
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Schatar is known internationally for her role as “Hottie” on the #1 hit series “Flavor Of Love” and “Charm School” on VH1 and MTV Networks.
Series Titles: Flavor Of Love, Charm School
Networks: VH1 / MTV Networks
Series Ranking and Ratings: #1 with 5.1 Million Viewers (Premiere Episode)
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Be beautiful in these lashes according to television celebrity actress Schatar “Hottie” Sapphira. Brides can now get luxurious lashes for their special day at FreeLashes.com.
LOS ANGELES – July 12, 2016 – PRLog
See full Press Release Here –> https://www.prlog.org/12572071-the-perfect-lashes-to-go-with-that-perfect-ring-celebrity-gives-away-her-secret.html
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Television celebrity actress Schatar “Hottie” Sapphira is loved by audiences for her dramatic eyes that go “cha-ching” as seen on the #1 hit series MTV Networks/VH1’s “Flavor Of Love” and “Charm School”. She is now sharing her beautiful lash secrets with brides.
Schatar says, “Max out your moments. Your spouse will only be able to stare at you.”
She gained her experience while sitting in the make-up chairs of the best pro make-up artists on tv shows, movies, commercials and magazine features such as FOX Reality Awards, TMZ, CBS News, Essence.com, Details Magazine, US Weekly, Life.com, the regional Emmies and Star Magazine.
Schatar says, “As part of a huge National promotion, I am giving away free lashes to brides while supplies last. Be radiant, sexy and beautiful on your special day.”
Visit www.FreeLashes.com and claim your free lashes. Pay only the shipping and handling and a full five pack of luxurious lashes is yours free.
About New Vista Studios: Founded by husband and wife team Schatar Sapphira and her husband Maxie D. Collier, New Vista Studios combines technology with entertainment in the creation of websites, movies, videos, commercials, voice-overs, e-books, DVDs, and mobile apps.
Company Url: http://www.FreeLashes.com
Images: Attached Courtesy of New Vista Studios
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Note: This post is in response to a Twitter Story link that many of my friends and family forwarded to me today.
Enjoy “More Love”, the jazzy new single from BackHouse Nation.
Producers say, “More Love has a social message that we hope people will reflect on, think about, and use in their daily lives.” Written and produced by Mbaji, the song puts a spotlight on the need for love, passion, and caring for people all over the world regardless of race, religion or social status.
The mellow groove and easy hook create a perfect soundtrack to putting the top down on the convertible and enjoying that beautiful ride up the PCH. Savor the powerful message, “More love. A little goes a long, long way…”
Grab the single here: http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/backhousenation7
For more on BackHouse Nation, visit http://www.bajimusic.com
Dream Big and Stay Strong,
Today, I am posting about our producing our music documentary “The Legacy Of Eazy-E”. https://sellfy.com/p/0Omb/ It was important to share this story with dignity and an updated artistic sensibility. This content began with an interview with Tomica Wright, Ruthless Records CEO, and Eazy E-’s widow conducted by Maxie Collier during principle photography for the movie Paper Chasers. Here are production notes for this video:
1. Original art and graphics can add distinct elements to your videos that can give them a unique look found in your work. The line art images of Eazy-E and with his wife Tomica were hand drawn by Nic “The Artist” Quinn specifically for this production.
2. To achieve the animated effect of the hand drawing in the graphic elements, we incorporated an app by Andrew Darius. With this new technological tool, we created the look of the images, photos, and videos being drawn in and out of the content as if they were being hand drawn directly into the video by the artist himself. To get this software, visit http://paperchasers.tv/explaindio
3. Videos, especially ones that are about music professionals or people in the music industry, benefit from having a soundtrack that fits the genre. The music you choose helps to establish the style and tone for the video you are about to present. For this documentary video series, we opened each segment with music that suited both the overall theme of the video as well as each individual segment or topic. For example, for the chapter titles “Tomica Wright On Overcoming Dark Times”, we selected a piece of music that is suspenseful. For the chapter titled “Eazy-E’s Role In Hip Hop”, we selected a piece with iconic percussion and bass lines, appropriate for his role and iconic place in music history as described candidly by his wife in this documentary.
View the full doc here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cp8HLwoZqr4&index=1&list=PL23HMWrB5ZRuaXVu4vD94ieid47RJbuOy
For more, visit Schatar.com.
Dream Big and Stay Strong, Schatar
Here is a music video we produced called “Love It Anyway”.
This production took finding, vetting, and hiring a certain type of crew. It had a pretty cool storyboard too. Here are some production tips:
#1. Work with a great director. You want a director with vision who can see the finished product even as it is being created scene by scene.
#2. Hire an experienced crew. It is one thing to train folks on the job and another altogether to work with a team who has a history of working together and getting the job done.
#3. Recognize that each person on the team plays a particular role. If they are talent, AD (Assistant Director), make-up and hair, give them space to shine in that role and your day may have a chance of running smoothly like a well-run ship without people stepping on each other’s toes. For example, do you really want the make-up artist directing the shot or the experienced director doing your talent’s make-up? Make sure you pick the best team and let everyone play their positions so they can play them well.
For more, you can reach me at Schatar.com.
Dream Big and Stay Strong, Schatar
(music video note: post production by another company. we did pre-production and production.)