Time: April 28, 2012 from 6:15pm to 8pm
Location: The Artisan
Street: 1901 Del Paso Boulevard
City/Town: Sacramento, CA 95815
Website or Map: http://artisansacramento.com
Event Type: film, premier
Organized By: Claire@SacramentoFilmFestival.com
Latest Activity: Apr 7, 2013
Worlds Greatest Comedy Shorts
In a classic case of mistaken identity, a man going on a blind date ends up on an interview, and a man going for an interview ends up on a blind date.
Wish You Were Here
Amy, who is plugged in to the 'social network experience' has a hard time connecting to people unless communicating through her phone or computer.
Nineteen year old Jesse Oldman takes a job at the White Oak Retirement Home for free room and board. The job is simple, carry a pager in case any of the elderly residents need help at night. Jesse soon learns that this retirement home is far from ordinary as things get weirder and weirder throughout his first night.
Energy Tap Out
Tap out of energy consumption. Tap in to energy conservation.
For insecure 23-year-old Joy Cohen, finding her biological parents would be the icing on the cake. Born Chinese but raised Jewish American, Joy's dream to meld her two adoptive and biological families to fulfill her idea of the picture perfect life, instead, becomes a roller coaster ride of problems. When Joy discovers that her biological family is already in Los Angeles (not in China) and owns a local Chinese restaurant called 'The Joy Luck Pig," she sets out to bring her two families together. With her two families relentlessly butting heads from the start, Joy's journey to find herself through her families goes awry. She has her work cut out for her, and her happy ending may not be so happy after all. The conflict that ensues in this three way culture clash (American/Jewish/Chinese) is side-splitting entertaining.