Love Unlimited Film Festival & Art Exhibition receives "Best of LA" designation on CBS NEWS
SEE VIDEO. Austen Brauker's Amazing Script 'Tornadic Activity' was chosen as the winner of the Prestigious Juror's Choice Award in the Love Unlimited Film Festival & Art Exhibition 'Grand Event' in December 2012, the Fifth Annual International Event & Experience. The Script Reading Exhibition Juror who watched, listened and reviewed the script reading exhibition was Robert orr. Through production rewrite, story, writing and/or directorial credits Robert has helped to create such International blockbuster films as UNDERWORLD: EVOLUTION and UNDERWORLD: RISE OF THE LYCANS starring KATE BECKINSALE, TEARS OF THE SUN starring BRUCE WILLIS and THE RESIDENT starring HILARY SWANK, winner of two Oscars for Best Actress. Robert's Directorial Debut film includes the award winning Blind Turn. Love Unlimited Film Festival & Art Exhibition is honored to have Robert Orr as a juror during this event. Austen Brauker was presented with a Framed Award Winner's Certificate during the Gala Red Carpet Awards Ceremony, Invited to the Special Catered Dinner, Featured in a Video Interview, Received a Cash Award and Received Many Prizes from Inktip. Inktip, specifically is geared toward helping directors, producers, agents, and managers find specific screenplays and screenwriters. As an ongoing partner with Inktip, we are happy to announce that Inktip now averages approximately 28 feature films produced per year, with hundreds of other successes (ie. script options, script purchases, writer hires, and writers signed to new representation). Through Love Unlimited, Austen will receive from Inktip awards such as one free six-month feature script listing for the script on the InkTip Executive Index, one free title/logline listing for the winning script/title in one issue of InkTip Magazine, the winning title/logline published in one weekly Industry e-Newsletter sent to all InkTip entertainment professionals (over 35,000 opted-in) and many more priceless gifts (such as temporarily appearing on the homepage of our website) that will promote his award winning script worldwide and hopefully result in yet another one of Austen's incredible scripts being purchased once again after appearing at the Love Unlimited Film Festival & Art Exhibition!
Amazing fine art, spectacular films and screenplay exhibitions. free of charge fine Godiva chocolates and unlimited servings of white, dark, milk and other varieties of truffles, Ferrero Rocher chocolates, free beverages, red velvet cake and so much more are all part of the dreamy experience at the Love Unlimited Film Festival & Art Exhibition.
Suzanne Kelman is presented with her trophy by the hostess of the Love Unlimited Film Festival & Art Exhibition.
Suzanne Kelman answering questions from the audience on a screenwriters panel with other award winning screenwriters at the Love Unlimited Film Festival & Art Exhibition.
The below description was written and posted to the Wake website in Canada, by Jessica Marsh, Screenwriter/Associate Producer of the Award-Winning film, Wake, who traveled from Nova Scotia, Canada to attend the Love Unlimited Film Festival, in Venice Beach, Los Angeles, California
NEWS FROM LOS ANGELES! WAKE IS A HIT!!!
Screenwriter/Associate Producer Jessica Marsh attends Love Unlimited Film Festival, Venice Beach, CA where WAKE
Love Unlimited Film Festival Day 1! I wish everyone in the cast & crew could have been there!!! It was like everyone in the audience was in the same sailboat & every time something exciting or funny or shocking happened, they were all expressing it at the same time (“Ooooo! Aaaaaahhh! WHAT?”)
Let me first just say that I really wish Jeremy Webb could have been there at the beginning when all the filmmakers had to get up and stand in a circle and hold hands and introduce ourselves… I know you like to do that kind of thing, Jeremy. I’m sorry you missed it.
They were SO scared of Aunt Helen (Shelley Thompson)!! When she poked Lawrence (Simon Henderson) on the chest, someone said ‘Oh WOW.’ – and when she approached Lawrence at Marv (Cliff Le Jeune)’s coffin, there was a collective groan & ‘Oh noooooooo!’…
They laughed & laughed at Susan (Stacy Smith) rambling on & on to Lawrence – and when Lawrence snapped Marv’s neck, they YELLED (Someone said ‘WHAT?’) and then burst out laughing. I loved this moment – it was a crazy kind of laughter, like they were so freaked out that they had an opposite reaction and laughed instead of continuing to scream.
When Lawrence walks off with his head held high to the beat of Ian Sherwood’s beautiful song, the audience cheered. We’re a hit in L.A., folks!
Afterward, I went out with some of the filmmakers and they had lots of questions about the production – They asked about our incredible DP Becky Parsons and editor extraordinaire Jeff Fish.
One filmmaker said she thinks Wake is a ‘perfect film’.
No one can believe it’s Jeremy’s first time directing film. Everyone said they love it. Tomorrow I am being interviewed on video & then will do an audience Q & A, possibly with another screening. This experience makes me feel, once again, immensely proud of each person who was part ‘Wake’ – I hope you each feel proud of yourselves, too. But I’m especially grateful to Jeremy – for choosing to work with my story, for bringing us all together and then for directing Wake with such an impressively clear, strong creative vision.
From Los Angeles
Jessica Marsh, with trophy in hand, being interviewed on the red carpet after receiving an award on behalf of her Award-Winning Film, Wake. The interview was organized by members of Love For All Media, the international media collective of the Love Unlimited Film Festival & Art Exhibition.
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LOOK AT ME AGAIN continued it's award-winning festival run at the Love Unlimited Film Festival in Portland, Oregon claiming an Honorable Mention award and the coveted People's Choice Award for Features. Even the LOOK AT ME AGAIN poster, designed by our marketing director Jessica Bybee-Dziedzic, was singled out for special praise.
The cool weather and scenic beauty of Portland provided an ideal setting, and organizers created a enthusiastic and supportive atmosphere for all who attended. We also had the opportunity to discuss the making of LOOK AT ME AGAIN in this Q&A with one of the festival organizers.
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