The second Film Slam of 2007 is being held on Sunday, February 11th at the Enzian Theater in Maitland. The Film Slam is a monthly contest where the winner is decided by the audience. The monthly winners from January through November are entered into the Grand Slam in December as part of the Brouhaha Showcase. The overall winner of the Grand Slam is guaranteed a screening at the Florida Film Festival 2008.
The winner of the first Film Slam in January was Ali Imran Zaidi's A Man in the Attic.
This Sunday's entries are as follows:
#1 - The Last Word (2006)
Written/Directed by Sebastian Azicri • Produced by Juan Carlos Fernandez • 9 min 52 sec • email@example.com
#2 - Night of the Headsman (2006)
Written/Directed by Eric Emerick • 4 min 50 sec • firstname.lastname@example.org
A young businesswoman comes home from a long day at the office and finds out that a notorious killer has escaped from the local prison.
#3 - Coming Attractions (2006)
Written/Directed/Produced by Lindsay Denniberg • 5 min 50 sec • Lindsayde5a7@aol.com
#4 - Reunion (2006)
Written/Directed/Produced by Joe Sanchez • 3 min 20 sec • email@example.com
Charlene just ran into her old college roommate Bethany but it’s not what you think. Find out what happens when an unfinished conversation emerges.
#5 - It's a Party (2006)
Performed by Ikon, Aquil and Chanell • Written by Aquil McSwain • Directed by Felix Ortiz • Produced by Jen Vargas • 5 min 27 sec • firstname.lastname@example.org
Three kids, bored with their babysitter, watch Ikon, Aquil and Chanell having a party on TV. They decide to have a party of their own.
#6 - 5 Boros (2006)
Written/Directed by Darren Ohl • Produced by Darren Ohl & E.R. Jess • 24 min 44 sec • email@example.com
If you wish to enter the next Film Slam, get your films in quickly. The next one is Sunday, March 11th. There is no entry fee. For more details, go http://www.enzian.org/films/filmslam.html or email the hosts of the Film Slam, John Theisen at firstname.lastname@example.org or Brian Feldman at email@example.com. All films must come from Florida filmmakers.