Manhattan Beach Safe is a resident-based organization helping the homeless. In January we are having a screening of the short film followed by an expert panel discussion on addiction, mental illness and homelessness. Click HERE to register for this free event and find more information.
Very excited to say we’ve been accepted to our first film festival! We will be with a block of shorts on Saturday, October 19 at 2 PM. Ethan and I and our cast and crew are so grateful for all the local support we have received–and it doesn’t get more local than a cool film festival in Hermosa Beach!
To buy tickets please go here. Shorts Block SIX Drama LARGE THEATER
Mira Costa High School is one of our local schools. Our director, director of photography, and our star attend this school. We had a private screening for friends & family. We are thrilled and grateful for this review by the Editor- in- Chief of La Vista, Madeleine Powell.
Sgt. Mike Snakenborg gave us a lot of help by letting us use a couple great locations at the Redondo Beach Police Station. We brought him a framed copy of the article from The Beach Reporter which had a nice picture & mention of him. Thank you, Redondo Beach Police!
The Daily Breeze published this awesome article about our high school student-led film production of A Night In Jail. We are thrilled!