Any excuse to go to Santa Barbara, right???
Three-Fifty will play at Santa Barbara Contemporary Art Forum’s POPCORN! A Short Film and Video Festival in Santa Barbara in July.
Details are here:
SAT. JUL. 26, 9-11 PM
POPCORN! Short Film and Video Festival
Bring a lawn chair or blanket and join us at Samy’s Camera for an outdoor screening of short films and videos ranging from animation and drama to comedy and documentaries. Refreshments will be sold. Samy’s Camera is located at 614 Chapala St. $5 CAF Members/ $10 General Admission
And more details here: http://www.sbcaf.org/programs/index.html
Opening night of the SB Int’l Film Festivalwas an outstanding evening! The world premiere of “Definitely, Maybe” was a delightful choice for opening night. Oh, the complications of love and emotion and learning that your idea of happiness for someone might be different than their actual happiness. Just go see it — you’ll get it. An intellectual, interesting, film impassioned crowd was a joy to meet, sit, talk, eat and dance with after the screening. Stay tuned for a few photos, notes, and thanks.
We’ll be in Santa Barbara today (around 3pm) tomorrow 1/25 and Saturday 1/26. If you’re there, look for us and be sure to introduce yourself! We love to meet our fans and future fans. We are very excited to participate in this outstanding festival. THREE-FIFTY screening schedule is as follows:
SHORTS PROGRAM #3
Friday, Jan. 25 — 9:30 pm at the Center Stage Theater — 751 Paseo Nuevo in SB.
Thurs. Jan 31 — 12:30 pm Victoria Hall — 33 West Victoria Street in SB
Git yer directions here: http://edhat.com/sbfilm08/theaters.cfm
Git yer tickets here: http://www.sbiff.org/tickets.html
We hope to see you there for appropriate/inapporpriate laughter and a screaming good time.
here’s our formal press release — watch for the informal notes on later posts, today. 😉 Melinda
Los Angeles, CA—January 11, 2008 – The Santa Barbara Film Festival has named Maurice Chauvet’s award- winning short comedy film THREE-FIFTY as one of its official selections for 2008. THREE-FIFTY screens on Friday, Janaury 25 at 9:30 pm and Thursday January 31 at 12:30pm. The Santa Barbara Film Festival runs January 24 through February 3, 2008. Full screening schedules will be posted at www.sbfilmfestival.org shortly. THREE-FIFTY has won a total of three awards on the 2007 film festival circuit — two audience awards and one “Best Picture” award for an entire festival (chosen over all short and feature films).
THREE-FIFTY’s hilarious tale of late fees, privacy rights and just how much information is available at the touch of a button is charming film festival audiences around the world. From its world-premiere in Aspen to Nashville, Milwaukee, Palm Springs, and many more, THREE-FIFTY has played 14 festivals in the US and Europe. THREE-FIFTY’s world premiere was at Aspen ShortsFest 2007, and European premiere was at CineGlobe2007 in Geneva Switzerland. THREE-FIFTY was written and directed by Maurice Chauvet (Owning Mahowny, Sony Classics 2003–Canada’s Genie Award nomination). Other production credits include: Jesse Rivard, Producer; Melinda Augustina, Producer & Executive Producer; Barry Norwood, Cinematographer; Eric Grush, Editor; and John Abella, Original Music Composer. One of the unique features of THREE-FIFTY is that it was begun as a solar powered project. Also unique is the origin of THREE-FIFTY. Developed on stage at Chauvet’s theater company in Venice, CA, the film version of THREE-FIFTY stars the same actors who created the roles on stage: Evan Grensted as the beleaguered video customer, Michael Angelo Stuno as the dutiful “clerk behind the counter” and Melinda Augustina as the worldly-wise video store manager. THREE-FIFTY’s blog, trailer, full cast and crew list and upcoming film festival schedule can be found online at www.myspace.com/threefiftythemovie and at www.threefiftythemovie.com Blog can also be directly accessed at https://threefifty.wordpress.com. About Power Hungry Productions: Power Hungry Productions is “The sustainable production initiative”SM. THREE-FIFTY is their first short film and was produced partially with solar power. Power Hungry Prouctions was founded by Melinda Augustina in 2006 to produce
THREE-FIFTY and additional “stage to film” shorts and feature length films.
Contact: Melinda Augustina