Here is the funniest commercial about the festival …ha, ha,ha!!
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The Next Gen Film Festival has chosen to screen THREE-FIFTY on Friday, August 29 in downtown Sacramento, CA. To stay informed on when, where, parties, tickets etc. you can read more here: http://www.nextgenfilmfest.org/events/accepted-entries/
Posting late, but August 23 was the date and Port Clinton was the place.
Chicago’s North Shore, baby…
Landmark Renaissance Theater, 1850 Second Street, Highland Park, IL
It’s the First Annual Port Clinton Film Festival presented by Amdur Prod. and Bitter Jester Creative. This new festival continues a tradition begun in 1983 by the Port Clinton Art Festival. A tradition of showcasing high quality art and entertainment on Chicago’s North Shore.
In this inaugural year they are introducing the world of compelling short films to the North Shore — and having some fun with screening classic feature films that were shot in Highland Park.
I loved my years in Chicago, so we are very happy to be screening close to a place I used to call home.
Thanks Port Clinton — you have great taste in films.
John Spiak, Curator for the 12th Annual Arizona State University Art Museum Short Film Festival chose Three-Fifty for their annual film festival which was held in April.
Three-Fifty was the winner of the “LeBlanc Audience Choice” award.
As I’ve mentioned before “audience choice” is my award of choice as that’s the whole point of making the film. There are thousands and thousands of people now who have seen Three-Fifty and appreciate it and are laughing around the world. That works for us! We just wish we could meet all of you!
The group of films from their festival will be traveling to the Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum — stay tuned and we’ll let you know when, where, etc.
A big THANK YOU to John for choosing Three-Fifty.
You can read more about their film festival here: http://asuartmuseum.asu.edu/filmfest/index.html
Dear Friends and Fans…
There will be a PUBLIC SCREENING of THREE-FIFTY at Festival de Cannes Short Film Corner. If you’re already a fan, you know it’s even funnier in a room full of people. Here are the screening details:
When: Wed. May 21
Program: Court Forrest Court!
Where: Marche du Film Screening Room (Palais “F” in the Palais de Festivals- Level 3)
Presenter: Danny Lennon, National Film Board of Canada
The screening is open to anyone with a Festival de Cannes or Marche du Films badge. Hope you can make it!
Dear Friends and Fans… As always, thanks for your support. We appreciate it! Three-Fifty now has 5 awards, and festival requests still arrive weekly. Fantastic.
Right now you can get your own copy of THREE-FIFTY for your home collection with your membership to Spiritual Cineman Circle.
Is Three-Fifty a spiritual film? Think about it. It’s a story of what happens when you don’t tell the truth, a story of CONSEQUENCES, and a redemptive ending — all while making you laugh your ass off! That’s pretty spiritual.
Buy it, keep it, share with giggley friends…;-)
We appreciate your support — Three-Fifty is now playing around the world. See schedule below…
NEXT FESTIVALS and Markets:
Houston, Texas — Worldfest – Sun. April 13 — 3pm for tickets see: www.worldfest.org
New York, New York — BeFilm Underground Film Fest Thrs. May 1 The Park Avenue Screening Room http://www.befilm.net/
Barcelona, Spain — May 2008 The Short Escape film festival www.shortescape.es/
Cannes, France — May 14 – May 24 The Short Film Corner Market at Cannes Film Festival