Coffeehouse Film Reviews
TOO Productions presents the next Coffeehouse Film Review on Thursday, July 14 from 8 – 10 p.m. at Studio 1515, located at 1515 Seventh Avenue in Ybor City. Coffeehouse Film Reviews showcases independent films made by local filmmakers. Coffeehouse Film Reviews is held every second Thursday of the month and is free.
This month's films include:
Back to the Machine by Damien Kincannon: In the future, man's greatest fear may come from what lies beyond the machine. The Army's latest top secret experiment is loose; set free by its creator. They desperately try to keep the situation quiet; to track it down before it can change into a living weapon and achieve its truly deadly potential. – 10 minutes
Inspiration by Railgun Productions: A short film about the internal feelings of a screenwriter with writer's block. – 8 minutes
Wish by KSFilms
Once Not Far From Home: A dramtic story about a curious little boy, a beautiful young girl, and a myterious old house that holds the secret to their love and fate. A captivating, thought-provoking tale that proves true love really does last forever. – 18 minutes
TOO Productions feels that there are very few, if any, regular outlets in the local area for local independent filmmakers to showcase their films. Hopefully, this monthly event will provide that outlet for everyone, from experienced local independent filmmakers to local college and high school filmmakers experimenting with film production for the first time. TOO Productions promises your film will be shown!
Studio 1515 is owned and operated by Walter and Sarah Romeo, who opened the coffeehouse in order to provide local artists a place to gather and share their art. Coffeehouse Film Reviews is another way to provide a showcase to local artists.
TOO Productions is looking for film submissions for future events. For more information on the event or for information on how to submit a film, email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. All genres of films are accepted – feature length, shorts, documentaries, comedy, horror, love, art, drama, foreign language, experimental etc. No pornography!
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