CCN Disclosure - eNblast Signs Three-Motion Picture Deal

eNblast Inks Three-Motion Picture Deal With Tsunami Entertainment 
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TORONTO, ONTARIO - Media Financing Group (MFG), a wholly-owned 
division of eNblast productions inc. (CDNX:YNR) is pleased to 
announce that it has signed a deal with Tsunami Entertainment to 
provide a full range of business affairs and production financing 
services for a minimum of Tsunami's next three motion pictures. 
MFG, was launched earlier this year, and is being headed by Jeff 
Haire. Prior to joining eNblast, Mr. Haire owned an independent 
consulting company providing services to industry clients that 
included Alliance Atlantis Communications, Arto-pelli Motion 
Pictures, and Sarrazin Couture Entertainment. 

Tsunami was founded in 1999 by film industry veterans Ken Nakamura 
and Mark Burman. Its headquarters are in Toronto with a satellite 
office in Los Angeles. The company produced "The Spreading 
Ground" starring Dennis Hopper in 1999, which was filmed and 
posted in and around Toronto. Tsunami just completed filming 
"Wrong Number" in Montreal starring Eric Roberts and Brigitte 
Bako. The film is in post-production in Toronto at a facility owned and 
operated by Tsunami. 
"We have been working with Jeff on our current film, and his 
business affairs expertise, combined with eNblast's infrastructure 
and financial backing, will make MFG the most competitive company 
of its type in this industry," says Mr. Burman. 
Three Tsunami motion pictures slated for production in 2001 
include "Amnesia", a thriller to be directed by Canadian Jason 
Priestley (of Beverly Hills 90210 fame), "Tripwire" starring Andy 
Garcia and to be directed by Canadian Saul Rubinek (seen most 
recently as Donnie on the hit sitcom Frasier), and "Seabreeze", an 
outstanding script, and a film being structured as a 
Canada-U.K.-Germany co-production. MFG will help complete the 
financing, administer tax credits, secure distribution and interim 
financing, and close the bank deals for all three of these Tsunami films. 
Mr. Haire says, "We're looking forward to working very closely 
with Tsunami on all of their films. We'll help keep them in 
production, and keep their overhead low. That's our ultimate goal 
for all of our clients: lower costs, higher returns." 

About eNblast productions inc. 

eNblast is in the Entertainment industry, with an approach that 
creates strong revenue growth by combining elements of traditional 
television businesses with New Media undertakings; creating 
television programming with an Internet presence. 

eNblast has three divisions: 

Television Production: This division is spearheaded by Richard 
Borchiver and Mark Terry both of whom have proven credits for 
producing quality programming. eNblast is at various stages of 
creating and licensing TV shows to broadcasters in Canada and the United 
Digital: Production of content for web sites will prove to be 
eNblast's most profitable and dynamic division. The production 
team will produce a package of diverse video content including 
AGM's, conference videos, corporate newsletters and interactive programming. 
Financial Services: Providing access to public and private sector 
funding, tax credits, and interim financing.