Thursday, September 16, 2010

Burbank Film Festival schedule — Thursday, September 16, 2010

Becoming Eduardo's Julian Alcaraz, Brad Littlefield, and Jaime Monroy at the 2010 Burbank International Film Festival. 
Photo by Pop Culture Passionistas.

The Burbank International Film Festival heads into the home stretch with a full day of screenings and seminars. Here's a run down of today's events.

Films are being shown at the AMC 6 from noon to 11:00 PM with several features including the Best Feature nominee, Becoming Eduardo and Pedaco de Papel (Piece of Paper) and blocks of dark comedy shorts, rom-com shorts, drama shorts, and music videos.

The last day of seminars also concludes today at Video Symphony from 4:00 to 8:00 PM.

A complete list of all programs for the day follows the jump. For tickets and more information visit the Burbank International Film Festival website.

770 North 1st Street Burbank, CA 91501

12:00-2:00 PM
Macho Like Me
Pedaco de Papel (Piece of Paper)

2-3:30 pm
High Heels
Playing In Darkness
Spare Me
The Devil's Matchmaker

3:30-6:00 PM
Ceremonial Behavior
James Warwicke
Mandala Maker
The Sitdown

5:45-7:00 PM
Chris & Steve
Take My Wife
The Cake
The Deal Breaker
True Beauty This Night

7:00-7:30 PM
California Roll
City of Noise
Nan Nanny Boo Boo
The Johnstones' Bank Song
The Magic Rabbit
We are the Punky Pets

7:30-9:30 PM
Becoming Eduardo

9:30-11:00 PM
Frank Dan Coolo Paranormal Drug Dealer
Resurrection of Officer Rollins
The Adventures of Zion Man and The Supreme

Video Symphony
266 E. Magnolia, Burbank, CA 91502

12:00 PM
Mike Flanagan
No information is available

4:00 PM
Seminar: Music Video Production with Cypress House
Kevin McMahon from Cypress House Music Video Productions leads a discussion on music videos from concept through finished product. Dave Yaden, who wrote the song for the company's first music video, Down the Line will also join the seminar.

5:00 PM
Seminar: Distribution with Ryan J. Kugler
Ryan Kugler from Distribution Video & Audio (DVA, Inc.) will answer questions important to all filmmakers. Can I get additional funding if my film is picked up at Wal-Mart? How much money will I get for my film if I sell if to a distributor? Do film festivals help my film on the retail shelf? What do I need to do to get my film on line? And more.

6:00 PM
Seminar: CeCe Hall, Film & TV Editor, Paramount Studios Sound Director
In 1987, CeCe Hall became the first woman ever to be nominated for an Academy Award for Best Sound Effects Editing. Four years later, she won the Oscar for The Hunt for Red October. The former Senior Vice-President of Post Production Sound at Paramount Pictures has worked on such features films as Star Trek I, II, & III, Terms of Endearment, Beverly Hills Cop I & II, Top Gun, The Italian Job, Patriot Games, and Clear and Present Danger.

7:00 PM
Seminar: Tom Holman, President, THX
Tom Holman, President of THX, has worked in the industry for over 30 years. His BIFF bio says he "has the rare ability to push the state of the art and, in doing so, challenge entire industries to achieve new quality standards."

8:00 PM
Seminar: Dean St. John, Principal ADR Voiceover
For over 22 years, Dean St. John has been recording ADR for movies and TV. Some of his credits include Boogie Nights, Thelma & Louise, and Star Trek—Deep Space Nine, Voyager, and Enterprise. He says he likes doing indie films "because his own experiences can be of special value to them."

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