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Two LittleFlick Short Films Screened at Comic-Con
LittleFlick Pictures, the independent film company run by Jerry and Beth MacKay has announced two of their short films were screened at the 2008 Comic-Con. If you're a Trekkie, you know about Comic-Con. It's the largest pop-culture event in the world; a Star Trek Mecca of sorts (technically a "Trekka"). So what better event for Littleflick's Star Trek spoof "Pinch" to make its film festival debut! That's right - Pinch was an official selection of the 2008 Comic-Con International Independent Film Festival.
And it' wasn't the only Littleflick playing Comic-Con! Their short children's film Hold The Onions was an official selection of the 2008 San Diego International Children's Film Festival, taking place at Comic-Con. Jerry and Beth attended the festival and had a great time meeting with other film-makers.
Related links:
LittleFlick Pictures official website
Comic-Con official website
2008 San Diego International Children's Film Festival
2008 Comic-Con International Independent Film Festival
Hold The Onions
Boxed Out to Screen at DC Shorts Film Festival and Dragon Con
Boxed Out, a short comedy film in which office workers are replaced by mysterious gray boxes, will be screened at the DC Shorts Film Festival in Washington DC and at Dragon Con in Atlanta, Georgia. The film is directed by Sarah Ruchalski from Full Circle Studios and stars John Kreuzer, a member of the improv comedy troupe The Eclectic Company. Also featured are local actors Richard Satterwhite and Julie Brown.

The DC Shorts Film Festival will run from September 11-18, 2008. Dragon Con runs from August 29 to September 1, 2008. Boxed Out was also an honorable mention winner in the Indie Short Film Competition in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and is a finalist in the first annual Film Click online short film festival.

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DC Shorts Film Festival offical website
Dragon Con offical website
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Full Circle Studios official website
Eclectic Company official website
Boxed Out
X-Day Places as Semi-Finalist in Moondance Film Festival
X-Day, the winning 2007 Buffalo 48 Hour Film directed by Candice Lee Olin, is a semi-finalist in the 2008 Moondance International Film Festival. This short comedy about the invention of a new holiday by a greeting card company features local actors Don Gervasi, Diane Cammarata, Tracey Wilson, Jake Albarella, Sam Cala, Hassan Green, Jennifer Bihl and Alaina Zyhowski. The Moondance Film Festival runs from August 29 - September 1 in Boulder, Colorado. Director Candice Olin is currently living in Sweden editing her latest short film, Perspective, a drama shot in Buffalo and Western New York this past winter.
Related links:
Moondance Film Festival official website
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