GI Film Festival presents a free screening of Who Killed Lt. Van Dorn? at the San Diego Central Library’s Neil Morgan Auditorium.
The event will be ticketed, please RSVP here: http://gifilmfestivalsd.org/2018/films/who-killed-lt-van-dorn/
Q&A to follow the screening.
For more details: https://rafaelfilm.cafilm.org/who-killed-lt-van-dorn/
“The San Luis Obispo International Film Festival (SLO Film Fest) will once again attract stars, great films and film enthusiasts to the Central Coast of California, when it celebrates its 25th Silver Screen Anniversary festival from March 12th to 17th, 2019.
Located half-way between Los Angeles and San Francisco, San Luis Obispo's laid-back vibe and serene natural beauty is the perfect setting for this highly regarded annual film celebration. Filmmakers rave about the warmth and attentiveness that is so much a part of the SLO Film Fest experience, as does the swelling tide of industry pros and film critics who are fast discovering the Festival's thoughtful audiences and unique programming sensibility. At the SLO Film Fest, "Movies Matter!""
As Pacific Grove's only festival dedicated solely to Cinema art, The Monarch Film Festival's mission is to be a catalyst for greater appreciation of Cinema as art, build the local filmmaking community and work with Hollywood and independent filmmakers alike to showcase Northern California as a dynamic place to shoot and screen movies.
Come and enjoy films from all over the world in addition to those created by Monterey Bay residents & natives!
This festival endorses filmmakers of all disciplines to come together and share in the art that is cinema.
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Banatao Auditorium, Room 310 in Sutardja Dai Hall
Doors open at 5:15PM, show starts at 5:30PM.
Join the UC Berkeley Investigative Reporting Program for a free screening of our first feature documentary film. After the screening, there will be a discussion with the filmmakers.
Jason Paladino will be on hand for a free, public screening of the film at SNC, followed by a question-and-answer session. Snacks and beverages will be served.
In the aftermath of the revelations from Paladino’s reporting, the Sikorsky 53E has been dubbed the “deadliest aircraft in the U.S. military.” The film, directed by UC Berkeley’s Zachary Stauffer, frames one family's tragedy against the inner-workings of the American defense establishment.
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