Amazing Kids!, Perry’s Previews Launch Perrific Oscar Picks! Contest
For the past 13 years, Amazing Kids!’ Contests, http://amazing-kids.org/contests, have become widely-known and respected as one of the best online resources for kids contests (and appear in the top 2 listings for “kids contests” in Google rankings). Amazing Kids!’ Contests continue to receive the support of a “Who’s Who” of highly respected national and international corporations who act as contest sponsors. Past Amazing Kids! Contest sponsors have included such well-respected companies like DreamWorks Animation, Nintendo America, Carnival Cruises, Kentucky Fried Chicken, Random House and Ty, Inc.
About Perry’s Previews (www.perryspreviews.com ) and Perry Chen
Perry’s Previews (www.perryspreviews.com) is an online resource for kids, teens, parents, educators, and movie lovers of all ages to read and comment on family-friendly movie reviews from a kid’s perspective. To date, over 50 reviews are listed on a multi-media platform, including TV, radio, print, and web. In addition, Perry’s Previews features Perry’s art and animation videos. Reader participation is encouraged through and via Perry’s website, Facebook fan page (http://www.Facebook.com/PerrysPreviewsFan), Perry’s twitter feed @PerrysPreviews, and Perry’s YouTube channel (http://www.youtube.com/perryspreviews).
About Perry Chen - Gifted with a keen eye from a young age, Perry began writing movie reviews for his website “Perry’s Previews” at age 8. Characterized by his starfish rating system, his “Perrific” favorite movies, and his family-friendly movie choices, Perry is often regarded as one of the great up-and-coming movie critics. The youngest honoree at the recent San Diego Press Club Excellence in Journalism Awards, Perry also serves as the resident movie critic for the Amazing Kids! Magazine (mag.amazing-kids.org), film critic and blogger on Animation World Network (www.awn.com), a leading professional animation industry publication; a movie panelist for the San Diego Union Tribune (www.signonsandiego.com) with over a million weekly readers; and the San Diego Entertainer Magazine’s (www.sdentertainer.com) youngest columnist and entertainment critic, reviewing films, restaurants, and entertainment events.
Perry has been featured in numerous publications and television interviews, including a recent (October 22, 2010) article in Variety, which spotlighted the top 3 up-and-coming young movie reviewers; and The Young Icons, a nationally-syndicated TV show. In May 2009, Perry made his national television debut on CBS Evening News with Katie Couric, and in March 2010, he appeared in his first national radio interview on National Public Radio (NPR) with host Liane Hansen. Perry’s hobbies outside of film reviews include drawing, reading, folding origami, exploring nature, and gardening. Perry is represented by Rebel Entertainment Partners, a talent agency in Hollywood.