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World Golf League, Inc.
WGL Finalizes Script for Million Dollar Shootout Reality Series
ORLANDO, Fla., April 18, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- The World Golf League, Inc. (OTCBB:WGFL) announced today that it has completed the final script for the upcoming Million Dollar Shootout Reality Series. The script will center around five four-player teams competing in a scramble format for points, to qualify for the final Million Dollar Shootout. The script has equal amounts of golf and personality profiles and will include the drama of players being eliminated on a weekly basis. The entire script in its outline version can be seen on the WGL web site at (www.worldgolfleague.com).
Diamant Art Corp.
Diamant Art Corporation Prepares to Package First 2.4 Million Feet of Film
TORONTO, April 18, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- Diamant Art Corporation (OTCBB:DIAAF) is pleased to announce that, through its wholly owned subsidiary Diamant Film Inc., it has selected Astron Bulk Packaging Limited (www.astronpackaging.com), to receive our Diamant(tm) film and cutter boxes, assemble them as a finished product for our customers. Astron has been in the bulk packaging business for over 25 years and services clients such as Nestle, Ferrero, Lindt and Sony.
Film & Music Entertainment
Awards Keep Coming for John Daly and 'The Aryan Couple'
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., April 18, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- "The Aryan Couple" from Film and Music Entertainment, Inc. (Pink Sheets:FLME) and John Daly won an unprecedented number of awards at the Beverly Hills Film Festival last night. John Daly pulled in Best Director and Best Producer awards as "The Aryan Couple," a WWII thriller, staring Martin Landau, picked up the Jury Prize for Best Feature and won the Golden Palm Award -- the festival's top honor which competes in all film categories.
Andrews Space, Inc.
Andrews Space, Inc. Wins $18.7M Contract to Build and Fly Technology Demonstration Spacecraft
SEATTLE, April 18, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- Andrews Space, Inc. announced today that it has been awarded the first phase of an $18.7 million contract from NASA's Human & Robotic Technology (H&RT) Program to design, develop, launch, and operate a small spacecraft, called SmallTug, that will demonstrate key technologies and advanced orbital mechanics for application to NASA's human and robotic exploration of the Moon and Mars.