I always thought this rather amusing. The marketing department at Arab Telemedia Group clearly did not think this through when they put this two-line plot explanation next to this poster…
Ahmed has blocked me from reading his Tweets. What’s funny about this is that his Twitter page contains a photograph of one of the caves I was instrumental in designing. Since I have not been paid, ‘Chain of Title’ still belongs to me. In other words, his use of this image contravenes international intellectual property… Read More Bad Boy, Ahmed!
Some of you may have wondered if this blog is close to running out of material. It is not. I still have well over 50 blog entries – including audio recordings – to publish from the period when I was working on Medinah. I also have plenty of new and damning evidence since I left.… Read More How Many More Blog Entries?
Next week, I shall be writing a detailed report concerning the failure of Ahmed Al Baker and his company, Medinah Company, to honour their promise to pay crew wages owed and the likely reasons for this now blatant lie. I’ll also bring up the sticky subject of Chain Of Title. Since neither ATG nor Medinah… Read More Medinah Company. The New ATG?
Good question. What’s clear is that Medinah is once again gearing up. But certain changes have been made. Eight episodes instead of 20. $12 million budget instead of $50 million (because Arab Telemedia Group embezzled over $35 million). Five month shoot then a return in October instead of two years of doing nothing. There was… Read More So What Next?