Las Vegas, NV, --(PR.com)-- A little more than a year in the making, the YES movie will be screened publicly for the first time in Las Vegas during the I Learning Global conference on March 20th at 9:30 p.m.
The screening of the film in the Concord room of the Paris Hotel is free, open to the general public and will be followed by a question and answer session with cast members.
The brainchild of Miami Beach based serial entrepreneur & Young Entrepreneur Society Entertainment (YES-E) founder Louis Lautman, the Yes Movie is a cutting edge, inspirational documentary featuring the success stories of America's youngest millionaires and visionaries. The film is targeted to reach the next generation of society's leaders and is on course to awaken and inspire entrepreneurs around the world.
"The YES movie is exactly the type of film I would have loved to have seen when I was in high school or college," says Lautman, a first time filmmaker and entrepreneur since childhood. "I have had the vision of making this film for nearly two decades and am thrilled about sharing it with people on every continent. This 'Net Generation' in general is a very resourceful group with messages and wisdom for everyone to hear."
The film features a number of entrepreneurs, including Las Vegas-based ActionCOACH CEO Brad Sugars, who heads the world's number one business coaching firm.
Lautman, who turned 31 last year, knew from experience that most entrepreneurs still struggle and believed his vision for the YES movie could absolutely empower young men and women to take ownership of their gifts and talents to design the lifestyle of their dreams. This realization inspired Lautman to embark on a cross-country cinematic journey in early 2008, to capture the success stories of 30 of America's youngest innovators and demonstrate how they're reshaping the world we live in.
In order to capture the attention and minds of emerging young audiences, Lautman partnered with fellow Miami entrepreneur Bernard Dino Bonomo, of Beano Vision Productions who infused the creativity and imagination needed to captivate with the energy that most 'educational' or 'inspirational' movies lack.
According to Lautman, the YES movie will be screened in select theaters and on specifically targeted high school and college campuses to reach young people as directly as possible. The film is already inspiring a global audience via online viewing and DVD sales of the film.