Access Sacramento’s 16th Place Called Sacramento Film Festival

Access Sacramento’s 16th Place Called Sacramento Film Festival

Sun, October 4, 2015

Doors: 12:15 pm / Show: 1:00 pm

Crest Theatre

Sacramento, CA

$12.00

Access Sacramento’s 16th Place Called Sacramento Film Festival
Access Sacramento’s 16th Place Called Sacramento Film Festival
Check out a celebration of local filmmaking! See local films created by your neighbors! Local Writers…. Directors…. Actors…. and crew – all working together to bring you stories about our community. People and places you know--- on the big screen at The Crest. It’s the 16th Annual Place Called Sacramento Film Festival!

For more information, Call Access Sacramento at 916-456-8600

Films:

“61 Candles” by Cheryl Wynton - Prankster Steve’s birthday takes a turn for the worse when his friends must choose if a kidnapper’s call is a real choice of life or death.

“Death of Del Paso” by Phil D’Asaro – The glory days for North Sacramento’s Del Paso area date back to the Gold Rush, but its decades-old story of decline may have a modern days purple lining.

“Focused” by Katherine DaSilva – For one Sacramento photographer, getting lost in his work has left his personal life a blur, but could a second chance open the door to a more “Focused” world?

“Losing Kevin” by Josh Mihal & David L. Peters – The path to the future is long when it includes being homeless, but a Sacramento man learns he can only really find himself by, “Losing Kevin.”

“Method” by Kleantre Shepard – It’s an actor’s life: “Live the part!” but Tyler’s world turns upside down when reality and fiction make a sudden swap.

“Night Out” by Tay Ouk – A casual night out turns awry when two friends hit a bump in the road they could never have expected.

“River of Fear” by Axel Ahrens – Competition between brothers is normal, but a summer adventure may turn deadly when a secret is revealed on the “River of Fear.”

“A River Runs, Shoe It” by Greg Marker – Why does a homeless woman steal shoes, lots and lots of shoes, and still wear her ragged toeless old pair?

“Win, Lose or Draw” by Donna Preston – Opportunity and tragedy collide when two strangers, directionless Jimmy and grieving Sarab, inherit more than they bargained for.
Venue Information:
Crest Theatre
1013 K Street
Sacramento, CA, 95814
http://crestsacramento.com/