With as many starving actresses, actors and crew out there, one would think that those looking to work more in the film industry would attend every event that could bring them closer to their goal. However, so many don't understand just how film festivals play into that goal. I am an avid festival goer as I know that it is there that I will find those that I want to work with in the future. By watching others films and networking with those film makers I have been able to access some of the…Continue
Cant wait for the 48hr program to be updated ... Who got in!
Added by Dwight Taylor Carter on April 15, 2013 at 12:14pm — No Comments
Kristen DiAngelo and I will be attending the Sacramento International Film Festival taking place Saturday April 20th through Sunday April 28th. We’re excited to be attending and look forward to seeing a lot of films and meeting a lot of people.
We are looking to network with film professionals in the Northern California area. We plan on shooting our next film, which will be a narrative, exclusively in the Sacramento area and would like to connect with local talent.
We plan on…Continue
We are so excited yoou can't imagine the films and the media that's going to be there. The programs such as:http://www.californiafilm.net/events/sac-animation. Check out our film festival guide on our page by becoming a free member today and RSVP to our events and purchase your tickets!
Added by Le'Anna Raquelle Ward on April 9, 2013 at 11:15pm — No Comments
If any other attending filmmakers to the 2013 Sacramento Int'l Film Festival want to be more economical and split an Embassy Suite with one quiet, friendly screenwriter, let me know. I have a reservation but don't need the whole place to myself.
Added by Jeffrey Kraynak on April 7, 2013 at 1:00pm — No Comments
While the idea for American Courtesans may have been sparked by a visit to an S&M club in NYC (see http://www.americancourtesans.com/about2.php); the actual creation took place on the opposite coast in Sacramento CA. Our company, Centex Enterprises, is located here in Sacto.
Kristen DiAngelo (Producer) and I began writing and brainstorming our documentary here. It went together quickly, taking only a couple of weeks…Continue
Added by James Johnson on April 7, 2013 at 9:00am — No Comments
Accounts Receivable was shot in Sacramento, California. Shooting seventeen pages in two twelve-hour days is not recommended for the weak of heart. But the cast and crew were experienced, prepared and eager.
We were able to lure Christopher Holley away from the Hollywood hills for a few days. Chris has a knack of portraying what I like to call intimate menace. The softer he talks, the more nervous everyone gets. Perfect for the role of Dante, whom an L.A. suit might…Continue
We were at the cast call a couple of weeks ago, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or write me a message here if you are looking for actors.
Added by Vasyl on April 4, 2013 at 9:10pm — No Comments
David was born and raised in Detroit, MI. He has always been fascinated and intrigued by theatre and cinema. David was formally introduced to the craft during his freshman year of undergraduate studies. He minored in Black Theatre while attending the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor) and felt that it was therapeutic to the somewhat stressful courses required for his Engineering degree. Some of his acting efforts include: GEM OF THE OCEAN (Citizen Barlow); RAISIN IN THE SUN (Moving Man);…Continue
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This is the story of two polarizing individuals whose lives collide on an ordinary day in a poverty stricken city where the crime rate is steadily rising. One man is desperate to make ends meet, while the other is desperate to get home to his lovely wife and daughter. As these men travel together down a long, desolate rode, they discover that things are not what they appeared to be at first sight. One decision can change the course of their entire lives.…Continue
Added by David Tinsley on March 30, 2013 at 6:30pm — No Comments
I need a few good men and women to crew a "top secret" project. This means
if you're a camera person/dp, editor, etc.......then contact me. You can email me
directly at email@example.com or leave me a…Continue
Added by Vincent Dee Miles on March 26, 2013 at 9:40pm — No Comments
Seeking a editor for my screen play. Title 'Where They Sleep at Night' call or e-mail me. Must be professional and reasonable as far as cost. My material is A+ expect screenwriting editor to be A+ also.
Contact me by phone 916-544-0151 or email or this network. California film foundation.
Only the professional need contact me.
Thanks: Have a productive and positive day.
Added by Donald E. Dukes on March 23, 2013 at 10:17am — No Comments
I will be the on-site reporter for the 48 hour film festival this Sunday, and I need a camera person to cover me and the event!
Inbox me if interested!
Added by Reena Ray on March 19, 2013 at 10:32am — No Comments
A friend of mine is looking for a local filmmaker to help with a Kickstarter project - needs help with concept formation, directing, filming and editing. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Thanks.
Added by Casanya Ursery on March 17, 2013 at 10:53am — No Comments
Added by Josh Mihal on March 16, 2013 at 8:19pm — No Comments
To all my Sacramento Film Foundation 'Buddies' fortunate enough live in lovely and warm Sacramento, I envy you.
I live in cold, rainy, snowy, windy (get the picture) NJ.
Don't cry for me Argentina ( I mean Sacramento) I am on the water..(not in it) and a stones throw from Manhattan, so there are compensations.. but weather wise it is a Karmic challenge.
The distance also prevents me from attending your desirable and delicious events that cause me to agonize…Continue
Seeking experienced bilingual Polish/English film editor for Northern California. Documentary experience a plus. Please contact email@example.com.