16th Annual "A Place Called Sacramento" Film Festival

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Access Sacramento's 16th annual celebration of local filmmaking, the A Place Called Sacramento Film Festival presents eight world premiere short films featuring local writers, directors, producers, actors and technicians.

Meet the filmmakers when doors open at 12:15pm.
Films begin at 1pm.
The audience votes with their smart phones to select the "Audience Favorite" award.

The films in alphabetical order:
61 Candles by Cheryl Wynton
Death of Del Paso by Phil D'Asaro
Focused by Katherine DaSilva
Losing Kevin by Josh Mihal and David L. Peters
Night Out by Tay Ouk
River of Fear by Axel Ahrens
A River Runs, Shoe It by Greg Marker
Win, Lose or Draw by Donna Preston

All seats $12

This film festival starts as a script competition with judging in March and April. An all-community cast and crew call in May provides the volunteer actors and crew who help the writers turned producers create their films. The world premiere of the films occurs the first Sunday in October each year.
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By: Access Sacramento

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