October 11, 2013
Baby Boomers Make Their Dreams Come True After Corporate Life - Believe Again, and Make It HappenMore baby boomers are facing old age. Do you have a retirement plan? What do you plan to do after corporate life? Here is a man who made his dreams come true in a new life after his retirement. The man, Tim Kaiser, became an actor and appeared in 21 films for 2 years.
October 11, 2013
Michigan Made Movie "BELIEVE AGAIN" has been released on DVDThe DVD of Novi made movie entitled "BELIEVE AGAIN" has been released. "BELIEVE AGAIN" made theatrical debut last March, and it was selected at International Family Film Festival in Hollywood in May.
October 9, 2013
Interview : Noriko M Kambara, Diretor of "Believe Again"(Written in Japanese)
September 9, 2013
Start From Zero "Everyone Has Unlimited Potential" - "BELIEVE AGAIN" has been released on DVD(Written in Japanese)
March 1, 2013
Locally produced film 'Believe Again' will have metro Detroit debut Saturday"Believe Again", a locally produced feature film about faith and the human spirit, will make its metro Detroit debut Saturday morning. "Believe Again" is the story of a successful businessman (played by Tim Kaiser) who loses his family, job and home but comes to realize, as Kasier explains in the film's trailer, that "there’s still hope." Director Noriko Kambara says in the press release for the film that she was inspired to make "Believe Again" soon after she moved to Michigan...
February 25, 2013
Troy Actor Shows Everyone Has Unlimited Potential Regardless of AgePinemotion Entertainment will release a Michigan made movie titled "BELIEVE AGAIN" on March 2, 2013. The story was inspired by the realty that there were a lot of older people who were forced into unexpected retirement in Michigan. The story is about an older man who is forced into unexpected retirement but finds his old dreams, and tries to make it come true. The director, Noriko M Kambara, said...
February 24, 2013 - Observer & Eccentric
Film Tells Tale of Abandoned Family DogNoriko Kambara of Novi grew up with birds and hamsters in her Japanese home, but it was 50 mice that sparked her spirit of animal advocacy. "At that time I worked for a laboratory and a very stupid doctor made the mice breed too much and then said it's too much, so throw them away. So I secretly gathered those mice and took them to my house. My parents were so surprised, but we took care of them."
Kambara brings that same sense of animal stewardship to her short film, Abandoned Buddy, a fictional story based on the plight of pets abandoned in foreclosed homes...
February 22, 2013 - Royal Oak Patch
Japanese Director Made a Film to Change the Perception of MichiganDirector Noriko Kambara, a Japanese native living in Michigan, has made a feature film entitled "BELIEVE AGAIN", showcasing the beauty of the state of Michigan.
This Michigan-made film was officially selected at 18th International Family Film Festival in Hollywood, CA. Director Kambara arrived in Michigan in...
February 20, 2013 - Novi Patch