The Annies were an ABSOLUTE BLAST (as you can tell in the photo!) I got to meet other student filmmakers and spun Oscar Grillo’s Annie. The show was plenty entertaining and it was such an honor to attend! I even stood in line next to Brenda Chapman on the red carpet. I’ll definitely be getting a ticket to go to next year’s show!
The Visions Film Festival & Conference of Wilmington, North Carolina will be on the 5th. I’m honored that I’ll be able to attend and do Q&A, along with participating in their 1-hour-1-take video race! The folks there are enthusiastic and it sounds like it’s a big film party every year.
The Fallbrook International Film Festival (I’m a local!) has nominated CWBHN for best animated short. It will be screening on the 6th and the 8th; I’ll be in attendance on the 8th!
And, if you’re a member of ASIFA, it will also screen for the general membership meeting on the 7th at USC. I’m really excited to be a part of a panel for that, too!
If you have (or happen to be) a child in Texas, CWBHN was also just accepted to the Modern Summer Kid’s Flicks Series.
Looking forward to the adventures this film is taking me on!