Timing is everything, right? I’ve been in LA for a week now, and the LA Indie Film Festival announcement happened just a few days ago. So entirely excited and lucky to be where I am today. And it’s 80 degrees outside.
Here are the dirty deets on “Floria’s Sunday” West Coast premiere screening:
March 17th, 3:30 pm, Shorts Program 4
Let Live Theatre: 916 N. Formosa Ave. in West Hollywood.
Tickets can be purchased online at a discounted price: http://laindiefilmfest.com/tickets, or you can show up at the door and buy them for $13.
And here’s a cool flyer to copy/share with your friends!
There was never a dull moment exploring a new city and meeting new friends while reuniting with old ones. This trip confirmed the inevitable move that will be in the works in the next few months and this trip confirmed my LIFE GOALS that were always floating around. Many many thanks to my amazing friends who have invited me into their lives this past week. Thanks for the Sonoma Wanderlust, the Joe Cocker experience, the Bro-evaluations and the Roosevelt nights. Next time I’ll be here, it won’t be a “vacation” so no more overeating. See you soon xx
Submitted. Chevy spec commercial, graciously granted by MoFilm featuring PushMethod’s “Technology Kids”—
Floria’s Sunday is now in the hands of the ever so brilliant sound designer Clay Baucom. After a quick meeting and his first reaction to the end of the film, it’s exciting to get a fresh pair of eyes (and ears) to help wrap up this short.
After months of post production, a few editors and multiple cuts, Floria’s PIKLOK, as DJ likes to say, has finally reached a perfect place. It’s a heavenly slice of pie. I’m not bored when I watch this film and there is so little that I cringe on… yet! This one pulls at my heart, for whatever reason (and as many people ask, no, it’s not autobiographical). It was an emotional challenge and a directorial challenge and one that I want to keep pushing for. Bettina and Pascal were completely open taking this one in so many ways and it was a blessed collaboration that we were able to stick to a story that we all believed was the most compelling.
Here are some brilliant stills from the wonderful Sophie Finkelstein (photographer and production designer!)