2019 Golden State Film Festival Highlights

Highlights from 2019 Golden State Film Festival and closing awards show to be held at TCL Chinese Theater.

Hollywood, CA, March 27, 2019 –(PR.com)– The second edition of the Golden State Film Festival to be held at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood California, between March 22-28, 2019. The TCL Chinese Theatre is the most prestigious theatre in the world.Indie filmmaking has come of age, and this is reflected in the wide array of subjects explored on screen, as well as the depth and nuances of treatment. The 2019 Golden State Film Festival will be attended by audiences, filmmakers, and industry professionals, making it the most anticipated show this year. The festival is competitive, as can be seen from the very large number of submissions it has received. The awards ceremony and closing event will be held at the TCL Chinese Theatre on Friday, March 29th at 7pm. For more information, please visit the website at www.goldenstatefilmfestival.com. Highlights from the festival include the below films.

100,000 Miles a Second
Directed By: Jeremy Bandow
Produced By: Patricia Fox
100,000 Miles a Second is based on an actual experience the writer had at a local co-op with a homeless street musician who gave her an alternative perspective on living with multiple sclerosis, stressing the power of “thought” regarding life circumstances. This film is relevant to anyone who has ever struggled with anything in their life, letting their minds create their subsequent misery.

A Tale Of A Sassy Little Girl
Directed By Francesca Nobili
On Halloween night, a little girl receives a spooky visit. A short film dedicated to all the little girls, young girls and women out there who face their own monsters every day, to remind them that they have the strength and the courage to fight and win.

Directed By: Markus Otz
Produced By: Luisa Neri
“Alone” is a short story written and directed by Markus Otz and specially developed for the protagonist Marco Capodieci. An immediately started collaboration to turn an idea into a 3 weeks work on the unusual set of a border town in southern Switzerland, looking for a universal scenic cut to represent the precariousness and loneliness of human frailty. Markus Otz as filmmaker, screenwriter and art director, owner of the “emotive visual outlook carpentry” had the wide view over all the aspects of the screenplay and the action rules of the protagonist.

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