VisionFest 3.0: FA at the VIADUCT

 

Filmmakers Alliance returns to THE VIADUCT to host VisionFest 3.0 in conjunction with the California State Parks Department OUTDOORS under the LA State Historic Park Viaduct (at the north end of the Los Angeles State Historic Park) on SEPTEMBER 17TH!


PLEASE RSVP HERE!


VisionFest screens the best short films by the best indie filmmakers in Los Angeles. This year, we’ll also be screening the finalists of the Quick Cuts Competition and the audience will decide the winner!!


There will be a reception before the screening with amazing food and drink, D.J., and roving performers. ALL filmmakers will be in attendance and available for a brief discussion after the screening of each film.




















Plenty of free parking available along the entrance to the Los Angeles State Historical Park.


You Must RSVP HERE by Sept. 16th!


VisionFest 3.0: FA at The Viaduct

Saturday, September 17th @ 6 p.m.

Los Angeles State Historic Park (north end)

1799 Baker St.

Los Angeles, CA 90012



THE FILM PROGRAM:

(preceded by the 5 finalists in the Quick Cuts Competition)



Additional sponsors:


                                                              

                                                          


Presented by


IN THEIR EYES














13 min.

Director: Gina Levy

A confident young woman finds herself in a world where strangers want to constrain her and break her because of her gender, race and culture.




STEP 9













13 min.

Director: Leonora Gershman-Pitts

With a loyal sidekick along for the ride, Marian discovers the most heartfelt search for redemption can double as a romp.




IN-BOX











2 min.

Director: Insung Hwang

In-Box is created using real junk email.  Shot on the Sony F-55, the end result is portrayal of a lonely woman who waits for something that the SPAM messages couldn’t deliver.




SMOKE THAT TRAVELS













13 min.

Director: Kayla Briët

What happens when a story is forgotten? This personal documentary by 18 year-old Kayla Briët explores preservation and loss of Native American culture as well as her own identity as Prairie Band Potawatomi.




THE PROCEDURE













4 min.

Director: Calvin Reeder

A  man is captured and forced to endure a strange experiment.




OUT OF THE VILLAGE













16 min.

Director: Jonathan Stein

“If it takes a village to raise a child, then what happens when it’s gone?” This gripping portrait explores the social and cultural impact of the Ebola epidemic from the perspective of an orphaned brother and his sister. Starring Abraham Attah (Beasts of No Nation) and Executive Produced by Bryan Singer (House, M.D.).



TOTAL FILM PROGRAM RUNNING TIME: 61 min.