Yes, its only Tuesday and we are counting down the seconds until the weekend. But for now, checkout this cool short video:
With the passing of Dennis Hopper, I found this interesting article on actors who became re-animated after their deaths.
Film Festival news:
The Mill Valley Film Festival
June 15, 2010 - Late Deadline
Upgraded projects save $5 on this deadline
MISSION AND OBJECTIVE
Known as a filmmaker's festival, the Mill Valley Film Festival offers a high-profile, prestigious, non-competitive environment perfect for celebrating the best in independent and world cinema.
MORE ABOUT THE FESTIVAL
Networking opportunities abound for visiting filmmakers, who are given accreditation privileges plus invitations to Opening and Closing Night Galas, events and a series of top-notch panels well stocked with serious film experts. The intimate and friendly atmosphere of this non-competitive, filmmaker-centric festival makes it a supportive environment for connecting with film peers and professionals.
One of the Festival's main screening locations, the Smith Rafael Film Center, is owned and operated by the California Film Institute, the non-profit arts organization that also produces MVFF. This theatre was restored in 1999 to its Art Deco splendor, complete with modern comfort and state-of-the-art technical facilities, including dual 35mm projectors as well as digital projection and sound. Some films shown at the MVFF, even without a distributor, have received theatrical runs at the Rafael.
Find out why Moviemaker Magazine ranks MVFF "among the premier non-competitive fests for distribution-seeking moviemakers." Submit your film to the Mill Valley Film Festival today!