Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Echo Park Film Center Screening March 21st


Hey All,

If you are in Los Angeles, Filmmakers Alliance will be hosting their regular screening series at Echo Park Film Center on March 21st beginning at 7:30 p.m.

Come and see what FA members and other members of the LA and global filmmaking community are up to creatively, and support the great work that the EPFC people are doing in our community. The center is a volunteer run organization that offers fantastic super 8mm film classes, youth classes, and much more, so we do ask that you leave a $5 donation at the door to help keep the Center going.



There is a brief Q&A after each film, not to mention complimentary food & drinks. So come on out and eat, drink, connect and watch!

The line-up is as follows:

Native Time
by Sean Morris
9 min. 30 sec.
A traditional Inuit hunter scours the barren landscape in search of food, braving brutal weather, winds and famine. An expert of this harsh wilderness, he is prepared for absolutely everything...except this.


Howling At The Moon
by Jason Tippet and Elizabeth Mims
8 min.
Matt and Harry receive an invitation to see a fellow employee's band. To escape the awkward coffee shop performance, Matt comes up with a somewhat decent excuse.


Lana Turner Overdrive
by MIchael Frost
13 min.

Screen legend Lana Turner takes a hallucinogen-fueled journey deep into overdrive. Life becomes stage becomes cinema as Lana spins out of control over loss, regret, spiteful teenage stepdaughters and LSD. Later, the Lana mythos is explored into a revealing excursion into her self-imposed exile.


The S From Hell
by Rodney Ascher
9 min.

THE S FROM HELL is a short documentary-cum-horror film about the scariest corporate symbol in history - The 1964 Screen Gems logo, aka ‘The S From Hell.’ Built around interviews with survivors still traumatized from their childhood exposure to the logo after shows like Bewitched or The Monkees, the film brings their stories to life with animation, found footage, and dramatic reenactments.


I Have Sinned
by Gabriela Tollman
7 min. 14 sec.
I HAVE SINNED is the story of an Iranian woman who confronts the violent consequences of her secret love affair. Based on the poem 'The Sin' by Forough Farrokhzad.


Sophie
by Sean Meehan
5 min. 50 sec.
A young woman works another night at her strange and intimate job.


Charlie and the Rabbit
by Robert Machoian
9 min. 33 sec.
After watching BUGS BUNNY, Charlie, a four year old boy, sets off on an adventure to hunt down his own rabbit.


Total program running time: 62 min. 7 sec.


HOPE TO SEE YOU ALL THERE!!

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