The fair trade filmmaking site Seed&Spark is running a little experiment in the festival arena and it's all going down Tuesday, October 1 through Thursday October 3 at the Hub LA.
Now, full disclosure, I'll be participating with the closing night program which features one of my favorite film from 2012, The Slamdance premiering The Sound Of Small Thing
s and the short film True Colours
. The other nights include Sundance programming associate Christine Davila presenting the indie-rock film The Crumbles, and Seed&Spark founder-CEO Emily Best hosting a screening of the travelogue I Send You This Place, with filmmakers Andrea Sisson & Pete Ohs in attendance.
So, why is this worth your attention? Well, for the price of a latte you can get a whole evening's worth of cinema, with a short, a feature, plus food and drink, and perhaps even most riveting, good conversation as each night will close with an audience discussion on the films. On top of that half the proceeds of the fest go directly to the filmmakers, so you'll be supporting truly independent filmmaking. Just. Like. That.
Get the full scoop right here
, and if you plan on coming out Thursday eve, please be sure to say hi.
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