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03/14/2019 | News release | Distributed by Public on 03/14/2019 20:04

2018 'A Place Called Sacramento' Film Festival Script Winners

Congratulations! to the 2018 script winners.

Still time to join the fun. Email the winners and tell them about their film which you can view by clicking on the image

or view them on YouTube.

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(Click on the film Title to view the film).

by Aldo Cocco
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In life or love, listening is a strong force behind great changes.

by Thalia Caraveo
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A grieving woman dealing with the loss of her mother to Alzheimer's learns a beautiful lesson about love, loss and acceptance.

by Romeo Trocino
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Jason is ready to propose to the love of his life. When the big moment arises, the outcome is not what he pictured it would be.

by Judith Plank
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Just your average everyday family, making big progress at a snail's pace.


by Ritu Atwal
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A young woman discovers that the greatest gift we can give to those we love, is honesty.

Awards:
'BEST ACTRESS in a LEADING ROLE' Rachel Brown
'BEST ACTRESS in a SUPPORTING ROLE' Oliva Pratt
'BEST EDITING' by Jag Sandju and Sikandar Sidhuu


by William Mendoza
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Leslie hates deadlines, but delivering newspapers late today could have a deadly penalty.

'AUDIENCE FAVORITE' Award and 'PRODUCERS' CHOICE' award
Best Actor in a Supporting Role went to Griffen Dresbach-Hill

by Amy Lawrence
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Finding a partner is a project that requires time, energy and an extra clip for the Glock.

by Eric Sanderson
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Jane and Jo may see each other every day, but will they ever hear the music of their hearts?

by Nathan Reedy
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The very single and amused Will banters with the very committed and disenchanted Vanessa about the challenges of relationships and finding true romance in the hyper technological world of online dating.


by Danya Barrows
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When a blind woman with heightened senses pursues her dream of becoming a Master Sommelier, she discovers a family secret that could keep her from ever reaching her goal.

Awards:
'BEST DIRECTOR' Dawn Spinella
'BEST ACTOR in a LEADING ROLE' Matt Trammel
'BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY' Michael Thygeson

Watch for promotional information about the films.

Mark your calendars for the World Premiere of these films on October 6, 2018 at 7:00pm

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