Lexington Blue has been selected as a feature screenplay finalist at this year’s Golden Gate International Film Festival. A musical drama set in the Lexington and Louisville areas, it tells the story of a white hat computer hacker, Mordechai Dorsey, who falls in love with the dangerous Hunny-J, a black hat hacker-artist. The script also contains lyrics to several original songs.
Ginny Has a Grunge Band is one of three finalists for Best Screenplay in the Feel the Reel International Film Festival, to be held October 6 at the M60 Café in Bucharest. Feel the Reel is a monthly event that welcomes fiction films, documentaries, music videos, experimental and animated work. And its motto, “A Film Festival for Passionates,” says it all. Art, life, passion, the cinema – and of course, rock and roll! http://www.feelthereeliff.com/september-2016
The screenplay Ginny Has a Grunge Band has earned a listing on Rebel Seed Entertainment’s Women’s Film and Script Showcase: http://www.filmandscriptshowcase.com/showcase-women/
Ginny and the band – Marten, Koos, and Viv – will be appearing next May at the Colortape Film Festival, an event that runs in several capital cities throughout Australia and elsewhere. For more details on the script competition: http://www.colortapeinternational.com/scriptcomp.php
The feature screenplay Ginny Has a Grunge Band has been accepted by Girls Don’t Cry, the new film division of Persephone’s Daughters, a literature magazine “dedicated to empowering women who have experienced various forms of abuse and degradation.”
Please help support Persephone’s Daughters by visiting its online store, which donates proceeds to RAINN, The Joyful Heart Foundation, and other charities benefiting abuse survivors: http://persephonesdaughters.tk/index.php/store/
All Living Things is a finalist for Best Sci-Fi Script at this year’s Oaxaca Film Festival (Oct. 8-15). It will also be in consideration for Best Original Concept and Best Overall Script-Global Challenge. Oaxaca is a top-50 fest billed as “Sundance South of the Border”: http://www.oaxacafilmfest.com.
✈ Hong Kong ✈ Manchester ✈ Tokyo ✈ New York ✈ Vancouver ✈ Los Angeles ✈ Amsterdam ✈ Paris ✈ Sydney ✈ London
The Los Angeles Lift-Off is part of a global network of ten film festivals. It will be held this year Sept. 5-9 at the historic Raleigh Studios on Melrose Avenue. The Invisible Kingdom, Part III of the Chaos Makers Trilogy, has been longlisted for the award for Best Screenplay/Script.