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By Mary O'Keefe | April 27, 2006
Once again windows were blacked out and lighting and camera equipment were rolled into Montrose Bowl on Honolulu Avenue. This time a romantic drama was being filmed by students from the American Film Institute in Los Angeles. The Montrose location was the backdrop of two lovers who had been separated for 20 years only to be reunited at the bowling alley. "The film will only be viewed at AFI," said producer Ryan Canon. This is part of a short cycle film program. The films are approximately 15 minutes long and are judged by the instructor on a pass or fail grade, Canon added.
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July 17, 2008
Muller earns his master’s from AFI La Cañada Flintridge resident Daniel Muller graduated last month from the American Film Institute with an master’s of fine arts degree in film direction. He is currently in post-production on his thesis film, “Good-bye Canarsie,” which was shot entirely on 35mm, thanks, in part, to a fundraiser supported by La Cañada residents and local merchants. In 2005 Muller graduated with a bachelor of fine arts degree in film direction from Art Center College of Art and Design in Pasadena.
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September 28, 2006
Since the formation of their strategic partnership in 2004, the American Film Market and AFI FEST presented by Audi have grown to become the largest gathering of film industry professionals in North America. Registration is running well ahead of last November's events and organizers predict that turnout for this year will easily top the 2005 attendance of more than 9,000 individuals who worked in all facets of the motion picture industry from 70 countries. The AFM is set for Nov. 1-8 in Santa Monica and the AFI FEST will take place Nov. 1-12 in Hollywood.
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By Ralph Saenz | October 21, 2004
When organizations make changes that usually means personnel will be different, facilities will be relocated or methods of operation will be altered. In the case of the American Film Market, the world's largest motion picture trade event, the change will take place in time. Much like a television series, the AFM is moving its time slot from February-March to November. Each year for the past 24 years, filmmakers, buyers and distributors and other in the entertainment industry met first in Beverly Hills and now in Santa Monica to screen films, make worldwide and domestic deals, hold up-to-date seminars, network and just plain take in the sights of Los Angeles.
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August 3, 2006
As a result of overwhelming and early response from film and television companies around the world, the American Film Market (AFM) has added another floor of exhibitor's space at Le Merigot Hotel for the 2006 AFM scheduled for Nov. 1-8 in Santa Monica. This additional marketing area marks the most exhibit space ever provided by the AFM in its 27-year history. The AFM has now increased its exhibit space at Le Merigot Hotel to include three full floors, which will house more than 60 exhibitors.
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February 21, 2008
Back to the ’80s at the LCFEF Gala It is the most fabulous event in La Cañada, and it is right around the corner! The annual LCF Educational Foundation Gala is scheduled for Saturday, March 1, at the Langham Huntington Hotel, formerly the Ritz Carlton, in Pasadena. Over 700 people will be there to rock out, mingle, and raise money for the best cause in our community — the public schools. “The Reaganomics” are Southern California’s preeminent ’80s band, and will be bringing their unique brand of high energy dance music to this year’s Gala.
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July 17, 2008
Muller earns his master’s from AFI La Cañada Flintridge resident Daniel Muller graduated last month from the American Film Institute with an master’s of fine arts degree in film direction. He is currently in post-production on his thesis film, “Good-bye Canarsie,” which was shot entirely on 35mm, thanks, in part, to a fundraiser supported by La Cañada residents and local merchants. In 2005 Muller graduated with a bachelor of fine arts degree in film direction from Art Center College of Art and Design in Pasadena.
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September 28, 2006
Since the formation of their strategic partnership in 2004, the American Film Market and AFI FEST presented by Audi have grown to become the largest gathering of film industry professionals in North America. Registration is running well ahead of last November's events and organizers predict that turnout for this year will easily top the 2005 attendance of more than 9,000 individuals who worked in all facets of the motion picture industry from 70 countries. The AFM is set for Nov. 1-8 in Santa Monica and the AFI FEST will take place Nov. 1-12 in Hollywood.
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By Mary O'Keefe | April 27, 2006
Once again windows were blacked out and lighting and camera equipment were rolled into Montrose Bowl on Honolulu Avenue. This time a romantic drama was being filmed by students from the American Film Institute in Los Angeles. The Montrose location was the backdrop of two lovers who had been separated for 20 years only to be reunited at the bowling alley. "The film will only be viewed at AFI," said producer Ryan Canon. This is part of a short cycle film program. The films are approximately 15 minutes long and are judged by the instructor on a pass or fail grade, Canon added.
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