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Palm Beach Daily News from Palm Beach, Florida • 9

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And Much, Much More. From Page A1 of the Palm Beach International Film Festival, 7 p.m. Thursday at Muvico Parisian 20 at CityPlace in West Palm Beach. "I wanted to come home and show my friends and family what I'm doing," said the 38-year-old Dallas-based producer. De la Valdene's parents, Guy and Therese de la Valdene, have moved to Tallahassee, but they retain a residence at Palm Beach Towers.

The filmmaker has never attended the Palm Beach International Film Festival. In fact, he's never attended any film festival. He's coming now because of friendships. Andrew Neiderman, who wrote the Rain screenplay and brought the script to Big Headz' attention, is a pal of Hollman's. Since PUBLIC AUCTION: Tuesday, April 18, 2006 at 7:00 p.m.

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The firm 1987, Neiderman has been the ghostwriter for the wildly successful V.C. Andrews novels. He wrote Rain, and the three other bestsellers in the "Hudson" series. Hollman and de la Valdene immediately recognized the box-office potential of the product, to which Merv Griffin Entertainment owned the rights. De la Valdene evolved into produc-'lt was a magical ing reality shows, he said of such as Stag, an in-the filmmaking in side look at bachelor Dallas.

and bachelorette parties, and Badass, H'7f 'il' -a -s ence," he said. After a hasty three-month postproduction period, the film was ready for the market. That's when friendship stepped in again. When de la Valdene learned that his childhood buddy, former Palm Beacher Christian Tureaud, was coming to Dallas on business, he invited him to the movie's wrap party. Tureaud is executive vice president and partner in Man-dalay Integrated Media Entertainment, which recently inked a deal with the Palm Beach International Film Festival to boost the festival's profile and improve the quality of its films and celebrity guests.

The invitation "sparked something in my mind," Tureaud said. "Wouldn't it be amazing if we could bring the movie to Palm Beach together? It would be like coming home." De la Valdene said Big Headz has invited "hundreds of people to come see the movie," including studio and distribution representatives and media. And, of course, all those friends and family members. Rain also will be screened at 1:45 p.m. Friday at Muvico Parisian 20 and at 3:45 p.m.

April 24 at Sunrise Cinemas at Mizner Park in Boca Raton. jsjostrom pbdailynews.com in which ordinary guys duke it out with professional fighters. Eventually, they began to make movies. The film's box-office potential improved when Big Headz recruited Faye Dunaway to play the grandmother. Brooklyn Sudano, daughter of Donna Summer, will portray Rain in her big-screen debut.

"She beat out Alicia Keys and As-hanti," de la Valdene said. "She has the looks of Halle Berry, the voice of an angel and her acting is incredible." Another key player making a career step is first-time director Craig DiBona. A veteran cameraman who worked on films such as You've Got Mail and Meet Joe Black, he had expertise and connections to enable the movie to be filmed in three weeks without a hitch in Dallas, de la Valdene said. "It was a magical experi- Griffin's interest in the project was persuasive, as was the story, de la Valdene said. "It's got everything today's successful movies have.

It's got an urban feel. It's got a fish-out-of-water story about somebody coming from the bottom and going to the top." In the story, the title character, a vocally gifted teenager born of a union between a wealthy white woman and her black lover, goes to live with her white grandmother when her black surrogate parents determine she is threatened by gang violence. Grandmother and granddaughter forge a loving relationship after many trials. Big Headz made a deal with Griffin and took over the project. "We ran the whole show out of Dallas," de la Valdene said.

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