Sunday, April 15, 2012

Joining us From Paris, France: Marc Saez, the Director; Véronique Picciottio and Eva Saez


Dear friends,

Over the last few days The Love Unlimited Film Festival & Art Exhibition was honored to have fantastic screenwriter readings in addition to screening fantastic films from all over the world!  An in depth Q+A session took place after screening Suivez La Flèche ('Follow the Arrow').  The film was directed by Marc Saez.  Shortly after accepting their award for the film during the Red Carpet awards ceremony,  the audience was honored and delighted by an in-depth Question+Answer session by Marc Saez, the Screenwriter & Director; Véronique Picciottio, the lead actress and Eva Saez, who had a voice over role in the film.  They all made the flight of over 10 hours from France to join us and their presence was indeed a highlight of the festival!  Special thanks to their French translator as well.  A longer version of the above Question + Answer session will appear in the documentary that is being created about the The Love Unlimited Film Festival & Art Exhibition.
Special thanks to our amazing award winning Director of Photography Michael Mullenix (who shot several hours of video) and our award winning Director of Photography Marcia Chiu (who is editing the entire documentary even as we speak) and thanks to our entire team for a wonderful event that will be used to highlight the amazing work, lives and careers of all the screenwriters and filmmakers who are part of the The Love Unlimited Film Festival & Art Exhibition!
We are also very happy to share with you that MICHAEL PATTERSON will create the score for the documentary about our film festival and he has worked on the following projects:
HALF-LIFE (drama) – Sundance 2008 premier, has gone on to SXSW, LAFF and just had it’s international premier at the Tokyo and most likely will have a limited run in theaters this coming year.
THIS FILM IS NOT YET RATED (doc) Sundance 2006 premier
Directed and produced by Academy Award Nominees
Kirby Dick and Eddie Schmidt. The film played at dozens of film festivals and eventually was theatrically released and broadcasted on IFC.

9/11 - (CBS special) 2002 Emmy Award Winning TV special Hosted by Robert DeNiro and is still the highest rated TV doc in US history.
           He also has a list of over 30 other films he has worked on

           as well as a list of TV shows.



We are all very excited about this film!

For more information please visit http://www.LoveAndDiversity.org

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