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Announcing the annual Sacramento International Film Festival #SFF, taking place April 20-28 at the Delta King, Embassy Suites and Crocker Art Museum.
Special guests include: Dominique Swain who stared as Lolita with Jeremy Irons in the big screen adaptation and 13 year E.R. cast member Lily Mariye. Lily's film Model Minority will be screened at SFF as part of the Cine Asia line-up http://www.californiafilm.net/events/cine-asia-2013
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A chat with film maker Ken Burns and his daughter Sarah Burns. THE CENTRAL PARK FIVE, a new film from award-winning filmmaker Ken Burns, will air on April 16, 2013, 9–11 p.m. ET on PBS (check local listings). The film tells the story of the five black and Latino teenagers from Harlem who were wrongly convicted of raping a white woman in New York City’s Central Park in 1989.
The Movie Geeks speak with filmmakers whose latest works are represented at this year's Sarasota Film Festival, including director Tom Donahue (Casting By), director Janet Tobias (No Place on Earth), writer/director Andrew Brotzman (Nor'Easter), director Kevin Schreck (Persistence of Vision), director Matt Reynolds (The Great Chicken Wing Hunt), writer/director Will Slocomb (Pasadena), and director James Ponsoldt and producer Andrew Lauren (The Spectacular Now).
The 48 Hour Film Project, the world’s largest filmmaking competition, is coming to Nashville from July 13-15. The competition will be hitting nearly 120 cities around the world from New York to Africa to Asia, Europe, and more, challenging local residents to make a film from inception to completion in 48 hours. Our guests for this show will be producer Deborah Gordon, and film team leaders Jeremy Pearce and Joe Carol.
ABOUT THE FILM - A Lovely Day
In 2009 Oakland based independent filmmaker Kerri Gawryn began chronicling the work of Beats, Rhymes and Life (a local Oakland, CA advocacy organization for youth of color) and the Oakland High School Fifth Element Hip Hop Club. The result is A LOVELY DAY, an inspiring feature-length film documenting the trials, tribulations, and achievements of a group of Oakland high school students and rappers. The young rappers embark on a six-month journey to find their voice, their talent, and their path to healing within Hip Hop culture. Our guests will be participants from the film, which screens April 23rd at the Nashville Film Festival.
This month's show are sponsored by: Pavarti K Tyler author of Two Moons of Sera (series), Shadow on the Wall, and Consumed by Love Today's show is: with Charles Horak: Art Director for the Plaza Classic Film Festival
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The Herstory Independent Film Festival taking place in Atlanta, Georgia (March 20-April 6, 2013) will feature the work of Afro Cuban filmmaker Gloria Rolando. According to Grace Lynis, of Cinnamon Traveler (www.cinnamontraveler.org), "Over the course of three weeks, our mission is to highlight the power of history in daily life and to recognize the scholastic significance of African Diaspora research and historiography."
I'll be chatting with Audrey Thomas, director of the Kingdomwood Film Festival held in Atlanta, Georiga, October 5-7. Kingdomwood will also be putting on a workshop to teach people how to make films of faith on June.29th. We'll discuss that opportunity as well as a special workship on mapping of personal goals which will be held on April 6. Both of those events will be fundraisers for the festival in October.
Check out their website at http://www.kingdomwood.com/
and volunteer or find out more what you can expect as an attendee at this years festival.
Writer/producer Rhonda Baraka chats about the network premiere of her new TV movie PASTOR BROWN, that will be airing on the Lifetime TV Network Feb. 16th at 8pm (eastern) Pastor Brown features an allstar cast that includes: Salli Richardson-Whitfield, Ernie Hudson, Tisha Campbell Martin, the film is part of 3 movies Lifetime is airing this month to commemorate Black History Month.
SnowbizNow previews the American Documentary Film Festival taking place April 4-8, 2013, at the Camelot Theatres in Palm Springs, California. AmDoc aims to be the largest documentary film festival and market on the West Coast, promoting a world of film as seen through the eyes of the filmmaker, of whomever or whatever their subject matter may be, to educate and entertain the film goer.
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