Tomorrow is June 1st – which means in seven days LAPSE will have it’s screening at the Seattle True Independent Film Festival. I am simultaneously excited and terrified. But it’s Seattle – have never been there but imagine it’s pretty laid-back……except for all that caffeine…..
Ok, so I’m kind of new to all this blog & Twitter & Tweetdeck and getting the website up to date (will need help from Gaby on that). But at least I can type so I have no excuses for not writing something.
Had a fun Saturday with Obscure Reference Films shooting for the DC 48Hr Film Project. I would like to add the logo – maybe I can figure out how to do that by tomorrow for the screening at the AFI Silver Theatre. The film is titled Letter of wReck. I play the Devil. Second time I have been cast as the devil….
I am not complaining.
Here’s a shot from Blackline Omega that was taken in the Rosslyn Metro station.
Obscure Reference Films – Letter of wReck
The Seattle True Independent Film Festival is dedicated to the exhibition of independent, underground, experimental and zero budget films. The festival endeavors to provide cultural exchange and educational opportunities by bring a diverse selection of films to the area and provide a place for networking between local filmmakers, visiting filmmakers and the public.
LAPSE is an OFFICIAL SELECTION OF THE SEATTLE TRUE INDEPENDENT FILM FESTIVAL!
I am very proud to announce that Seattle True Independent Film Festival (STIFF) has selected LAPSE to screen as part of their 2011 program. STIFF is held in various theaters in downtown Seattle from June 3 through June 12. Programming schedules will be announced near the beginning of May.
Published in Back Stage
Written by Jamie Painter Young