Believing in Faith, a new book by Ms. Marita Bassett, has been released by Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc.
Believing in Faith tells about the pain and suffering Ms. Marita Bassett has been through and not letting it get the best of her. It’s about never giving up. It is interesting because it is all true events. Being patient makes her relevant.
Marita’s book is very unique; it talks about things that other people may have been through. She hopes that it gives someone hope not to give up and the understanding that things can turn around in your life. It won’t be easy, but never give up.
About the Author
Ms. Marita Bassett is a people person who loves everyone. Her hobbies include writing, singing, working with people, being a good listener, and helping people she sees deal with things in their life.
Marita enjoys telling jokes to put a smile on a stranger’s face and visiting her family and having family outings. She also helps out in churches and schools.
Believing in Faith is a 60 page paperback with a retail price of $19.00 (eBook $14.00). The ISBN is 978-1-6491-3114-0. It was published by Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. For members of the press, to request a review copy, visit our virtual pressroom at https://dorrancepressroom.com/believing-in-faith/ or to buy the book visit our online bookstore at https://bookstore.dorrancepublishing.com/believing-in-faith/
Southern California Cinema Event to Spotlight 15 Films from Ireland Host International Premiere of Irish Oscar Submission
NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. – Oct. 7, 2021 – PRLog — wwwThe 22nd annual Newport Beach Film Festival (NBFF) will present the largest celebration of Irish Cinema in North America during its eight-day run (October 21st – 28th, 2021) in Southern California. Highlights include an Irish Showcase event, red carpet premieres, seven Irish feature length films, six Irish short films and the participation of Irish filmmakers and dignitaries.
On Sunday, October 24th, 2021, the Festival will present its Irish Spotlight, an evening celebration of Irish cinema and culture. The event will feature the premiere of the three highly anticipated Irish films, Deadly Cuts, Redemption of a Rogue and Shelter (‘Foscadh’) followed by a festive post-screening reception.
The Irish Spotlight films will screen at Edwards Big Newport (300 Newport Center Drive, Newport Beach, CA). The post-screening celebration will take place at Muldoon’s Irish Pub (202 Newport Center Drive, Newport Beach, CA) and will feature live music and hosted hors d’oeuvres.
Directed by Rachel Carey, Deadly Cuts (US Premiere) (6:00pm) stars Victoria Smurfit, Ericka Roe and Angelina Ball. A black comedy set in a working-class Dublin hair salon where the stylists become accidental vigilantes and community heroes as they take on gang members and gentrifiers threatening their community.
Directed by Philip Doherty, Redemption of a Rogue (US Premiere) (6:00pm) stars Aaron Monaghan, Ciaran Roche, Aisling O’Mara, Pat McCabe, Shane Connoughton and Liz Fitzgibbon. Jimmy carries a black leather doctor’s bag around with him containing the rope he plans to hang himself with. He returns home to the fictional town of Ballylough in the cold austere beauty of West Cavan to seek salvation for his sins.
Written and directed by Seán Breathnach and produced by Paddy Hayes, Shelter (‘Foscadh’) (International Premiere) (6:15pm) stars Dónall Ó Héalai, Fionnuala Flaherty and Cillian O’Gairbhí. When his overprotective parents pass away, friendless and guileless recluse, John Cunliffe, discovers their land to be extremely valuable. He is soon forced to navigate the choppy waters of courtship, trust, and vengeance for the first time in his 28 years. Shelter (‘Foscadh’) is Ireland’s Oscar submission for Best International Film for the 2022 Academy Awards.
The Newport Beach Film Festival Irish Showcase is presented by supported by Culture Ireland, Screen Ireland and The Joseph A. Lynch Trust in partnership with, The Irish Herald, Irish Arts & Entertainment, Irish Film and Television Academy, Irish Film Institute, Galway Film Fleadh, Irish American Magazine, Kerrygold, Celtic Nations Magazine, Cork Film Festival, The Ireland Funds, Irish Screen America, Richard Harris International Film Festival, Virgin Media Dublin International Film Festival, Irish Fair Foundation, Consulate General of Ireland, Los Angeles and Muldoon’s Irish Pub. Admission to an Irish Spotlight film and the post party is $20.00.
“Culture Ireland is delighted to support the presentation of Irish films at Newport Beach Film Festival. Again this year the Festival has selected some truly memorable recent films from a pool of fantastic filmmakers we are lucky to have in Ireland. “, stated Christine Sisk, Director of Culture Ireland.
Louise Ryan, Marketing and Communications Manager at Screen Ireland, commented: “Screen Ireland is delighted to partner with the Newport Beach Film Festival to present this selection of highly-anticipated new Irish films. Representing a rich and diverse range of emerging and established Irish talent to discover, these films are sure to connect with festival audiences at Newport Beach and beyond.”
“Newport Beach Film Festival showcases the very best of classic and contemporary filmmaking from around the world. I am thrilled that included in that showcase is the Irish Spotlight which underlines the depth of imagination, creativity and diversity in Irish filmmaking today”, Stated Marcella Smyth, Consul General of Ireland – South Western United States.
On Sunday, October 24th, the Festival will screen the short program Irish Shorts – All Sorts at 1:00pm at The Lot – Fashion Island (999 Newport Canter Dr, Newport Beach, CA 92660). Films in the program include How to Fall in Love in a Pandemic, Drifting, Fatherly, Life After Life, The Invisible Boy and The Yellow Dress.
Admission to the Irish Shorts program is $15.00.
Other Irish feature length films screening at the Newport Beach Film Festival include the international premiere of Director, Ross Killeen’s film, Love Yourself Today as well as acclaimed Irish documentarian, Kim Bartley’s, Pure Grit (US Premiere) and Tomás Seoighe’s, The Queen V Patrick O’Donnell (US Premiere). The Irish horror feature, Let the Wrong One In (Regional Premiere) directed by Conor McMahon will also screen.
“The Festival is extremely proud to showcase outstanding Irish Cinema. We are honored to host the most comprehensive collection of Irish film in North America. This year’s program reflects the exceptionally strong creative talent in Ireland”, stated Gregg Schwenk, CEO of the Newport Beach Film Festival.
For Festival passes, tickets and COVID-19 safety information, visit http://www.NewportBeachFilmFest.com
Newport Beach, CA, 26 July 2021, ZEXPRWIRE, The burden of a car wreck can be overwhelming. Individuals may experience pain, physical and mental limitations, emotional trauma from the accident itself or post-accident depression, as well as an inability to work if they are injured too severely in a crash. All this comes with high medical bills that often have no coverage for rehabilitation services; it’s not surprising that many people involved in accidents want to know what their rights might be when seeking compensation following such events.
When someone else’s carelessness leads to a collision and you were injured, it is worth pursuing compensation for your injuries. Your Newport Beach car accident lawyer can provide more information about the available options when faced with an injury following another driver’s or third party’s recklessness.
When hurt motorists are entitled to compensation
Car accidents are the result of one or more person’s negligence behind the wheel. This could happen when a motorist speeds, fails to obey traffic laws, drives, and attempts to eat while texting at home – all without an ounce of worry for how this can lead them into car crashes. For example, suppose there is evidence that one or more individuals behaved in such ways. In that case, those hurt may be able to file a claim against these people for financial damages so they’re not left high and dry with medical bills stacking up on their counters like cordwood waiting another day before being paid by insurance companies who won’t want any part of it.
When an at-fault driver’s careless or reckless behavior causes injury, a successful compensation claim requires evidence that connects the defendant’s actions to harm. If a plaintiff cannot provide this proof from witnesses and other relevant documentation, they may be ineligible for damages. We have a responsibility to provide documentation of the harm we suffered. For example, bills for medical or rehabilitative services and attendance sheets from work showing shifts missed due to appointments and recovery can be persuasive in meeting this obligation.
What’s the difference between filling a lawsuit vs. filing a claim with insurance?
An insurance claim may provide some compensation, but it might not cover all of the costs you incur following a car wreck. For example, if there are any ongoing treatments or needs for medical care in the future, an injury victim who filed only with their insurer would have to pay out-of-pocket on those bills while waiting for settlement money from the company. It’s best to consult your attorney about filing suit against whoever was driving and caused this accident so they can help determine what is suitable for your case – as well as advise about how much time will be needed before receiving payment through either means.
Injuries from a car accident can be devastating, and the injuries may not always heal in time. It is crucial to take action; however, it’s also smart to know what you’re getting into before making rash decisions that might only make things worse for yourself or others involved with your case. Consult an experienced Newport Beach personal car accident lawyer who will work tirelessly on behalf of their clients while providing them peace of mind every step of the way. So they could focus on recovering as quickly as possible instead of worrying about all aspects related to filing insurance claims and lawsuits following accidents caused by negligent drivers or unsafe conditions such as potholes.
Contact the best Newport Beach Car accident attorney for assistance
If you’ve been injured in a car wreck, then it’s essential to have the proper representation from your side. You need an experienced Newport Beach Car Accident Lawyer who will work tirelessly for you and identify those responsible so that they can be held accountable. Call us today.