Writer, Director, Producer Eric Wareheim and filmmakers from 32 different countries“The Los Angeles Music Video Festival”

4 05 2012

Los Angeles Music Video Festival through Saturday features Writer, Director, Producer Eric Wareheim and filmmakers from 32 different countries flying in to see their work on a big screen.

“The Los Angeles Music Video Festival”

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Featuring Writer, Director, Producer Eric Wareheim and filmmakers from

32 different countries flying in to see their work on a big screen at the two-day event

 

What:                   2nd Annual LA Music Video Festival (Tickets)

Who:                         Eric Wareheim, writer, director and producer
The comedy team of “Tim and Eric Billion Dollar Movie (2012)”.
Seventeen Evergreen
, a live sync performance by Seventeen Evergreen
LA Music Video Festival Founder, Sami Kriegstan
Junior Wright, “Private Dancer” (2012) Video, “Come To Me” 2012).

 

When:                       FRIDAY & SATURDAY, MAY 4-5TH 

May 4 at 5:00pm until May 5 at 10:30pm

                                    *****Friday May 4th *** RSVP for this event

                                    5pm – Screening – Best of LAMVF 2011     6pm – Screening – Fan/Tribute Category

                                    7pm – Panel – The Comedy Music Video     8pm – Screening – Comedy Category

                                    9pm – Keynote – Eric Wareheim & Friends & Favorites

                                    10:30pmAfter party Reception in the lobby

                                    *******Saturday May 5th*******

                                    4pm – Screening – Student Category                        5pm – Panel – The Business of Music Videos

                                    6pm – Screening – Non-Narrative Category 7pm – Food Trucks/Life’s A Pitch contest

                                     8pm – Screening – Narrative Category        9pm – Live Sync Performances

                                    10pm – Awards/Best of the Fest                    10:30pm – Cinco de Mayo After party!

Where:                     Downtown Independent Theater,
251 S. Main Street (Directions)

                                    (Between 2nd and 3rd Sts.) (parking next door)
RSVP: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/233637

 

Background:   A complete preview of Festival by Kyle Fitzpatrick can be found at LOS ANGELES I’M YOURS BLOG.com – (http://bit.ly/K3l0ht). No red carpet, but a “Green room for media interviews”

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This year’s fest is basically last year’s on steroids. two days instead of one, five categories instead of two…there will be lots of exciting, unique things going on including a one-of-a-kind ‘keynote conversation’ between Eric Wareheim and his favorite collaborators, a live sync performance by Seventeen Evergreen,”said Founder and Artistic Director of the Festival Sami Kriegstan. LAMVF Media Contact: Colleen Curline colleen@lamvf.com  General LAMV inquiries:  info@lamvf.com
Editors: Media for Junior Wright please call Aida Mayo or George Mc Quade for advanced interviews
@ 818-340-5300 or 818-618-9229.

 

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“Fathoms Deep” is deep with drama, action and comedy – premieres this week in Los Angeles

11 10 2011
Hollywood, CA – Buzz is starting to mount around a new movie coming out called Fathom’s Deep. Director: Zachary Ryan Block
Writers: Russell Whaley and Zachary Ryan Block (more) »

Stars:Zachary Ryan Block, Gregory Andrejko (One Man’s Goal, Missing Persons, 2010)  and Linda Bella (Monsters in the Woods (post-productionAshley; 2011 Filth to Ashes, Flesh to Dust, Caitlin, 2011 and EcstasySusan 2011.  

headshot of LInda Bella

Linda Bella Stars in "Fathoms Deep"


It is a comical, yet thrilling look inside the life of two partners in crime, Hicks and Cash. They now have to wait out the storm while opposing crime boss Lou Garris has them hunted down. Will they make it out just in time?

In the aftermath of a deal gone bad, two partners in crime, Hicks (Zachary Block) and Cash (Robert Dill) are mere puppets in a twisted lineup of crime lords and “not quite so right in the head” villains. Amongst the haunting backdrop of the Mojave Desert, they now have to wait out the storm with a less than appealing safety man, Pox (Austin Galante of Bad Fathers) while an opposing crime boss Lou Garris (Duane Daniels) has them hunted down.

FATHOMS DEEP coming soon

Will they make it out just in time, or is there even a way out? Fathom’s Deep is a thrilling and often comical look into the life of un-organized crime and one things for sure… “There’s no such thing as Good Guys.” I give this movie two thumbs up and a must see of independent films. Let me know in the comments below if you do see it. Thx.