I’M NOT GONNA MOVE TO L.A. : Film Gate Edition

O Cinema Wynwood

90 NW 29th Street, Miami (305) 571-9970
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I’M NOT GONNA MOVE TO L.A. : Film Gate Edition

This series has been a consistent sellout for the last seven months.  You watch local films, get a chance to ask the directors questions and cast your vote in an unorthodox way.  All curated by a local comedian. That would be David Del Rosario.  He is funny, he also impersonated a giant robot. Among others.
This is the most fun you will ever have at a screening, guaranteed!  Oh…and there is film trivia, random prizes and fuzzy balls.

Local shorts duke it out for the audience’s adoration and the grand prize!

NOLA Event Schedule:

UR CONTROLER – FREE Transmedia screening

2:00pm-4:00PM

This free screening will have a selection of transmedia projects:

1. ROAMANCING, conceived and produced by Erica Hargreave

A transmedia travel tale told through the eyes of our characters and true to life travel storytellers about finding love and romance ~ and through that recognizing how similar we all are the world over and learning about and celebrating our differences

2. Paramount’s STAR TREK INTO THE DARKNESS App

3. LET IT RIPPLE, produced by Tiffany Shlain

Tiffany and her production company will be releasing a total of 15 Let it Ripple films over the next five years. Here are the first three films, all of which are available for free customization, and for volunteer translation. Honored by Newsweek as one of the “Women Shaping the 21st Century,” Tiffany Shlain is a filmmaker, artist, founder of the Webby Awards, and co-founder of The International Academy of Digital Arts & Sciences.

4. LOST CHILDREN, directed and produced by Mark Harris

The Lost Children tells the story of Evelyn Hamilton, first seen in the short film Evie, below, and her journey from Manhattan socialite and high-priced call-girl, to would-be messiah. Mark Harris is a filmmaker and software architect focused on the intersection of story and technology. Mark writes software for gameplay, storytelling, and Transmedia.

5. INGRID PITT: BEYOND THE FORREST, directed by Kevin Sean Michaels

his acclaimed animation short depicts the miraculous escape of Jewish girl Ingrid Pitt at age 8 from a concentration camp, in a cross-generational collaboration between Oscar-nominee Bill Plympton & 10-yr-old 1st-time animator Perry Chen.

6. WTF is Transmedia – Erica Hargreave and Kevin Sharpley discuss:

Build transmedia / digital strategy;
Create transmedia / digital storytelling elements into their projects;
Build engaged digital audiences;
Create transmedia / digital characters for their projects.

I’M NOT GONNA MOVE TO L.A. Shorts Competition 

$8 – Advanced Tickets — $9 Tickets at the door. 

4:00PM – 6:00PM

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Directors in the ring:

Maggie De La Pena _ La Duda
Jim Virga _ Beyond Assignment
John Rasmussen _ Tiny Cigar
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Alfredo Hueck_Stay
Alexandra Vivas_ Fusión

With special screening of the Wynwood vignette of THE BEACH CHRONICLES, introduced by director Kevin Sharlpley.

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FREE!

6:00pm-8:00pm

Affordable cameras and technologies are also revolutionizing the world of dance, where “dance on film” is becoming a separate art form it seems. Meet some of the greatest current artistic forces of Miami and New York – performers, choreographers, and teachers, here is a sampling of their stunning craft.

Celia Rowlson-Hall – “Unto the Locusts”
Ana Mendez – “Home”
Marissa Nick – “Shine a light on my blue soul”
Octavio Campos – “Putana” and “Untitled”
Gabri Christa – “Quarantine: Another Building #1″
Pioneer Winter – “Amy”