So the berkeley art center's small film festival happened last weekend, and as expected, it's a smaller scale fest, say, compared to the full house 3min. film fest last month in the Mission area.
It is more like a local event for artist and people living in the community, which is in fact quite an interesting experience. Since it was held at an art center, the discussion atmosphere was actually more serious and engaging than few of the recent fests i attended before.
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saw the film yesterday, it's more or less expected, basically it wants to convey a simple point: we have a broken healthcare system and a lot of people are suffering.
just like what most moore's films are, it is like a one-sided story, and we are exposed all the bad things about the system in US, and all the good things about other countries like england, france, canada and even cuba, that are providing universal healthcare to everyone, including some americans going to cuba for treatment. is it a good film the...Read more
even though i am never a fan of moore, I am quite interested to check out this film.. just wondering if anyone has seen it? Any thoughts?
although i wouldn't say i am a vicitm of the healthcare system, i do agree it is strongly crippled.. i have just heard so many bad stories about how unfair and ridiculous a lot of these healthcare programs are.. the lack of care and service (e.g. lost in transalati...Read more
Just got the news that my short film "Thereafter" got into Berkeley Art Center's Small Film Festival. Feeling great about it since it is the first time "Thereafter" is showing in our hometown! The film has been shown at IFVA in Hong Kong, and also a film market in France, but then it never got the chance to play at home!
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there are so many earthquakes around the world recently, it suddenly made us realize how fragile life is...
the red cross bay area chapter had an event a couple of days ago at the union square in downtown sf, in which they showed a large painting on the ground, which they called "super crack". it is a simulation of what would happen to union square if a 6.9 or higher magitude struck san fr...Read more
Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LU8DDYz68kM interesting video about wildlife... ignore the dumb voice over though...
I just uploaded some screen cap of my latest short "dedicated to". Feel free to check it out.
As I said, it is a short I made for the Root Division's 3 mins. film fest. It is basically a last minute effort and one man band, I am the director/writer/cinematographer/editor/actor and my friends helped with the music.
It was a fun experiment and also my little tribute to the late Michelangelo Antonioni and a dedication to someone.
There is basically no narrative and a rough synops...Read more
The 3 mins. film fest at root division was over and i think it was much better than i expected. The turnout was great, more than 100 people attended and since the screening venue was so small, it was totally overcrowded and most of us had to stand on the two sides of the room... (Thanks to the promotion at SFweekly and also Chronicle - http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2007...Read more
last week I have spent an afternoon to make a 3 minute short film, and it will be screened at "The Three-Minute Film Festival" hosted by Root Division, a non-profit art organization based in the Mission area this weekend.
Besides my film, some of my friends also have their films lined up for the fest. Don't expect
anything very formal or artistic, it is more like an informal but fun event and so if any of you in town wanna see some interesting short films and have a drink, do drop ...Read more
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