Sacramento Film Festival and Sac Fashion Week present:
Fashion On Film -
This unique program asks you to make a short film on some aspect of the Fashion Industry. This could be a documentary or dramatic form short. Selected shorts will become part of the Sacramento Fashion Week 2015
SHOW US YOUR SHORTS (Screenplays that is): NOVEMBER 13th
Coming off the heels of the very successful table read for "Pink" by Ed Fletcher the November SacramentoScreenwriters ask for your shorts...as in short films:Let's all get together and pull out our screenplays, dust them off and see how we can help each other.
EXTRA FUN: meeting will also feature a few special door prizes for those who can answer a few screenwriting questions correctly! Should be LOADS of fun leading into this amazing and productive Holiday season!
Farewell to one of our our favorite Access Sac staffers, Michelle Barbaria. As Michelle leaves California to find more adventures we are honored to say our ED, Martin Anaya recently shared time and the stage with Michelle at the Alliance For Community Media conference in Ventura and Western Access Video Excellence (WAVE) Award Ceremony. The subject? What else? FILM FESTIVALS! So long Michelle and please visit us again soon!
This Halloween, you could sit at home and rent The Rocky Horror Picture Show on Netflix while you dole out GMO-laced candy, or you could let madness take control and time warp over to the Nuart to see Sins O' The Flesh shadowcast the brilliant Tim Curry and company in the original interactive movie experience, not to mention the longest-running midnight movie of all time.
The spectacle takes place every Saturday, with a special Friday night version exclusively for Halloween. If only we were amongst friends, or sane persons. Dammit Janet!
The world knows Los Angeles better than it thinks. Not even counting the many classic satires o fHollywood itself, the vast majority of American-made movies are filmed within the city limits, with the Valley supplying a neighboring every-suburb for all varieties of domestic drama. But which films really nail what it means to live here?
Currently, all internet traffic is treated equally. ISPs like Comcast, Verizon and ATT are prohibited from picking and choosing winners and losers on the web. Now, FCC chairman, Tom Wheeler wants to change the law to allow so called “Fast Lanes" or faster access for some content producers who can pay extra. These proposed changes would set up a scenario of haves and have nots, in which film makers lose! Stop it Now!