Chicago, IL, September 05, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- The President & CEO of Xanthe Films, Mr. Edwin Colon today officially announced that a new Executive Vice President of Media Relations has joined the Company.
Ms. Bianca A. Sisson, 24, a resident of Evanston, IL is a graduate of Eastern Illinois University with a major in Journalism and a minor in Public Relations. She was previously the Assistant Editor for Gloss Magazine, an online magazine that focuses on pop culture and is relevant to young trendsetting African American women. She also served as Editor-In-Chief for Minority Today, a publication by EIU.
Her role as VP of Media Relations is quite significant to Xanthe Films, an independent film company that started in 2006 and based in Chicago. She will be in charge of all media communication for the company and serve as its official publicist. Ms. Sisson will also be responsible for planning all the major events of the company including public screenings, press conferences and fundraisers, etc.
Mr. Colon and others at Xanthe Films are very excited to have Ms. Sisson join the company bringing her experience and professionalism to the team. The newly formed Media Relations Department which Ms. Sisson now heads was formed to assist in the expansion of the company's abilities.
About Xanthe Films
Xanthe Films is a rapidly growing independent production company that develops and produces high quality and commercially viable projects for film, television and DVD.
Founded by producer Edwin Colon in 2006, Xanthe Films is in the process of putting financing deals together to produce an aggressive slate over the next two years, shooting in the United States, Belize and in the countries of their co-producing partners.
Their mission is to support, produce, promote and present motion picture, performance and visual media that celebrate the diverse artistry of indigenous cultures in establishment of a permanent cinema industry for the country of Belize.
The company was registered in the State of Illinois as a Limited Liability Company in 2006.