The ICS team visited Universal Studios AMC Theater for the World Premiere of Writer/Director James Hunter feature film The Breaking Point.
The Red Carpet event was a huge success as the film sold out the two showings that were scheduled and was very well received by all who got a seat. The film now moves on for a New York movie premiere as well as already getting interest from distribution companies. Shot entire in Orlando Florida The Breaking Point film is about Shawn Dickerson, a young, street guy who is accused of killing BRENDA SAWYER, a wealthy prominent woman, known for her compassion for kids from the inner-city. Shawn is hunted by Brenda’s grieving husband HARRY, the police, and a very ambitious and overzealous Assistant D.A. name BALLARD, who is willing to do whatever she has to do to make District Attorney even if it means breaking the rules.
The ICS team visited the 1st annual Startfest Film Festival.
The Student Art Festival helps educate, exhibit and recognize the achievements of aspiring high school and college students. Startfest is the ONLY film festival where students compete against their peers and receive valuable, constructive feedback on their work from leading industry professionals. Through their unique judging criteria students are able to focus on their challenges as well as appreciate their successes. STARTFEST also is a great place to network with fellow filmmakers, enthusiasts and professionals. For more information about the festival visit their website at http://www.studentartfestival.org
UPDATE: Winners list released!
View full Final Results by clicking the image!
Our Indie Cinema Showcase Field Team covered the Inaugural Student Art Festival at Athens Theatre in DeLand, Florida. While presenting a Finalist award to our own Christina Carmona (on behalf of Finalist and 4th Place Overall Filmmaker David Kuskie) and STARTfest President, Kyle Snavely, were surprised by a STARTfest fan (actor Nando Miguel) who was a little upset over the defeat…
Please support Student Art Fest 2014 by visiting http://www.studentartfest.org to find out more information on how your high school and college students can get involved.
We admit it.
We had to take a little break to re-charge our collective batteries, tech and homosapien, after this year’s Florida Film Festival. Our short bloghiatus (not a Lady Gaga album) has concluded and… We’re BACK!
From Enzian Theater, Eden Bar, FFF Staff (especially Jen Guhl and the Marketing Team – coming to The CW this Fall!), Volunteers, Sponsors, UCF Street Teams, to our own ICS Staff and Guest Correspondent David Kuskie — THANK YOU for helping make our experience covering the 2013 Florida Film Festival the best yet!
Stay tuned! Our special full episode featuring all the fun at this year’s Fest is set to premiere in May on VISION/Orange TV, then promptly afterward on the web via our YouTube // Vimeo Channels and on iTunes. Until then…
(YES! That’s David with legendary Hitchcock leading lady, Tippi Hedren!!)
Related FFF Coolness:
Queer Film Critic FFF Preview
Cinema Crespodiso FFF Wrap Up
CinemaFunk’s 2013 Florida Film Festival Coverage
For the second year, we had a blast at the Orange County Convention Center for MegaCon!
MegaCon 2013 ICS Web Exclusive from Indie Cinema Showcase on Vimeo.