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NOTE: Lineup is subject to change. Visit schedule online for most up-to-date info.
Sacramento Film & Music Festival
Friday, August 22, 2014
Opening Night Reception
Opening Night Ceremonies
A Golden State of Mind: The Storytelling Genius of Huell Howser (55 min)
Dir. Jeff Swimmer
Haunting of the White Sparrow (4 min)
Headless (71 min)
Dir. Toby Lawrence
Saturday, August 23, 2014
O Star, Dir. Dima Otvertchenko (27:00); The Story of M, Dir. Anna Arlanova (Russia, 22:21); Into the Silent Sea, Dir. Andrej Landin (USA/Sweden, 25:00); Moths, Dir. Andy Fortenbacher (22:00); Sheltered Love, Dir. Alex Italics (10:00); Second Chance, Dir. Darren Bui (Documentary, 9:00); Cherry Pop, Dir. Assaad Yacoub (16:00); Butterfly Dreams, Dir. Venkat Krishnan (India, 22:00)
Une balade à la mer, Dir. Damien Stein (France, 3:26); Rabbit and Deer, Dir. Péter Vácz (Hungary, 16:12); Ahco on the Road, Dir. Soyeon Kim (South Korea, 9:00); No Love Lost, Dir. Shekhar Bassi (15:00); Stop It, Dir. Vatt Pictures (6:00); Bingo Night, Dir. Jordan Liebowitz (14:10); Adjust-A-Dream, Dir. Jonathan Wysockin (6:00); Eye-Catcher, Dir. Emilie K. Beck (Norway, 18:00)
Me+Her, Dir. Joseph Oxford (11:45); 11Minutes, Dir. Tom Skowronski (6:23); LUNA, Dir. Joe Gonzales (15:00); Angstify, Dir. Erin Michelle Kruger (1:00); Nostalgia, Dir. Patrick Ford (17:00); Paradise, Dir. Sean Arntson (7:00); Missed Prayers, Dir. Sean Stueve (11:00); Bear, Dir. Joseph Navarro (15:00); Raising Caroline, Dir. Nick Wright (11:00)
Sac Music Seen
Dir. Aaref Rodriguez
Late Night Shorts
Lapsus, Dir. Karim Ouaret (30:00); Office Romance, Dir. Dennis Glasco (5:30); Gli Zii (The Uncles), Dir. Gerard Monaco (22:00); Let Go, Dir . Daniel Ruczko (5:00); Moppet, Dir. Dave Hill (6:00); No Tiene Gracia, Dir. Carlos Violade (15:00); High Strung, Dir. John Gehrke (7:00); Samurai Dead, Dir. Jimmy Ren, Jack Vang, Steve Vang and Hugh Yang (5:13); Contract, Dir. Gina Lobosco
Sunday, August 24, 2014
Awesome Orchestra, Dir. Andrew Nixon and Louise Mitchell (7:24); Heroes of the 442nd, Dir. Jeffery Lapid (20:00); Los Olvidados, Dir. David Feldman (13:30); Accepts Bikes, Dir. Giovanni Martinez (5:50); Happy Hands, Dir. Honey Lauren (19:55); Postcard from the Sacramento Delta, Dir. Todd Dayton (5:39); Families are Forever, Dir. Caitlin Ryan (21:00)
JFK: A President Betrayed
Dir. Cory Taylor (90 mins)
One Small Hitch
Dir. John Burgess (105 mins)
Dir. Elizabeth Mitchell (4:42)
10×10 Filmmaker Challenge
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Over the past 25 years, the Crest has been a host to many different types of shows and events. It continues to host a program of classic and current films, concerts such as Cab Calloway, Merle Haggard, No Doubt, B.B. King, and Dave Brubeck and a variety of comedy shows such as Joan Rivers, Robin Williams, Lisa Lampanelli and Lewis Black. Community events include the Elly’s, dance competitions, body building competition, children’s theatre, Legislature screenings and business meetings. The Crest is also home to many of the local film festivals including the French, Jewish, Sac Film and Music, Japanese, A Place Called Sacramento, Gay & Lesbian, and the Trash Film Orgy. In addition, the Crest is frequently used for private events such as political fundraisers, receptions, movie screenings, conferences, and weddings.