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The Appearance of a Man, interview Daniel Pace, director

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Joanna Paxinou

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Joanna Paxinou will interview Daniel Pace, writer/director/editor/executive producer of the award-winning – and thought-provoking – independent film “The Appearance of a Man.” The film was one of only 150 films chosen from 900 submitted to the recent Sedona International Film Festival. “The Appearance of a Man” recently won two awards at the San Diego Film Festival: Daniel Pace won the Heineken’s Red Star Award for Outstanding Film, and the film’s lead actor and producer Michael Tassoni won the Award for Best Actor. “The Appearance of a Man” is an intriguing, visually stunning story that begins on the night of March 13, 1997 when strange lights were seen in the Phoenix sky. An unknown, yet somehow vaguely recognized man appears in the streets of Phoenix, touching off a series of extraordinary events in the lives of those he encounters. The film explores the unknown, supernatural, and spiritual worlds, even blending passages of the Bible and ancient scripture with contemporary events. Daniel Pace explores the phenomenon of UFOs and the paranormal from a new perspective, guiding his characters through a journey of mystery and discovery. The film has also won these awards: Best Director and Special Jury Award from the Orlando-Hispanic Film Festival; Best Feature by IndieFlix; and Best Cinematography by the Monaco Independent Film Festival. For more information visit www.theappearenceofaman.com.