Tom Bibiyan Likes Strange Fruit

Tom Bibiyan is pleased to announce his official involvement and participation in the short film piece Strange Fruit as Associate Producer. Says Mr. Bibiyan “I’m thrilled to be a part of this budding team.”

“Strange Fruit”, written and directed by Anabelle Munro and starring the seasoned actress in a small voice cameo as “Alex”, is a heart-felt film about the touchy subject abortion and about how the truth can set you free. Munro, besides being an award winning actress and director is also the CEO of the LA based production company “Blue Boots Entertainment”.

“Strange Fruit” is dedicated to a young boy who would have not been born without the courage of his mother and the power of transforming dark chapters in the past into the guiding light of now. Starring the talented Daniela Torchia not only as Mary, but also as the composer, singer & songwriter of the film’s beautiful original soundtrack and score, and Lauren Annette Schoth, who debuts in this heart-felt story as Lucy, her first leading role on screen, both actresses interpret characters written for them in this moving, at times disturbing, yet always life embracing film.

Thomas Allen Bibiyan is currently only twenty nine years of age, but has successfully consulted for over 100 publicly listed companies across the United States and Canada. His roster to date includes companies from the NASDAQ, AMEX(American Stock Exchange), and OTCBB(Over The Counter) exchanges. From United States Defense Contractors to International Gold Mining corporations, Mr. Bibiyan has effectively advised companies from a multitude of varying industries with grace and professionalism.

Also a staunch supporter of the arts and innovation, Thomas Allen Bibiyan has recently produced unique content including short films, documentaries, and high quality webisodes. Having produced several projects by his mid-twenties, Tom Bibiyan is proud to have already collaborated on projects with A-List artists and actors such as Seth Green, Kim and Khloe Kardashian, Keri Hilson, and Danny Devito. Thomas Bibiyan has also worked closely with Sundance Film Festival Nominees and Finalists, along with Television Casting Directors and Producers from shows such as Fear Factor, Bridezillas, LA Ink, Two and a Half Men, and the Big Bang Theory.

Bibiyan Family Philanthropic Foundation Now Accepting 2012 Applicants for Highly Coveted BFPF Award

The BFPF Award for Social Good will be awarded annually to Social Media and High Tech companies that manage to leverage the social web and new media to effectively bring about meaningful change via charitable causes or other non-profit means.

 

Says Founder Tom Bibiyan “We want to hear from other innovative companies that are really using the web make a difference. If you think your company has what it takes, we’d love to hear from you.”

Interested parties and companies may submit their creative concept for social good via the website at bibiyan.org ; Please make sure to include a short synopsis and link in your submission.

About Bibiyan Family Philanthropic Foundation

Guided by the belief that every life has equal value, the Bibiyan Family Philanthropic Foundation works to help all people lead healthy, productive lives.

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Bibiyan Family Philanthropic Foundation is announcing its official support for Stop the Machine! Create a New World

In Washington , DC on October 6th 2011 a group of like minded people of conscience will come together to support a simple yet profound cause. As of September 22nd 2011 the Bibiyan Family Philanthropic foundation has announced its financial and moral support for this noble cause. Says co-founder Thomas Allen Bibiyan “It’s time the politicians got a reality check. I stand in solidarity with those protesting in Freedom Plaza against the corruption and cowardice seen in today’s so-called leaders.”

We Stand With the Majority of Americans: Human Needs, Not Corporate Greed  

A large majority of the American people consistently support the following agenda:

  • Tax the rich and corporations
  • End the wars, bring the troops home, cut military spending
  • Protect the social safety net, strengthen Social Security and improved Medicare for all
  • End corporate welfare for oil companies and other big business interests
  • Transition to a clean energy economy, reverse environmental degradation
  • Protect worker rights including collective bargaining, create jobs and raise wages
  • Get money out of politics

The government, dominated by elite economic interests, is going in the opposite direction from what the people want.  The American people’s agenda is our agenda. For more see: The American People Could Rule Better than the Political and Economic Elites.

Producer Thomas Bibiyan will donate a quarter of a million US dollars to the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation

Famed Philanthropist and Executive Producer Thomas Bibiyan will donate a quarter of a million US dollars to the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation to ring in the New Year, according to Young Entrepreneurs Weekly.

Young Entrepreneurs Weekly writes this past week;

Mr. Bibiyan is in the process of setting up a foundation to further enhance his philanthropic efforts thus far, with the end goal of bringing his business nuance to the realm of charitable organizations. The primary goal will be to tackle issues of international health, which according to Mr. Bibiyan, “still affect and impact us all”. When asked for further comment, Mr. Bibiyan issued the following statement through his publicist Mr. Henry Bragman:

“Noli tuba canere Eleemosynam. It’s a Latin expression, roughly translated to mean ‘one should not trumpet their charity’, and it is in this vein that I respectfully decline to comment further on any of my recent efforts and endeavors. Thank you for understanding and respecting my privacy.“

About The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation

The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation seeks to prevent pediatric HIV infection and to eradicate pediatric AIDS through research, advocacy, and prevention and treatment programs.