Tuesday, October 16, 2007

It's Indie Memphis Time!!!

Friends, family, and associates:

Once again, the Indie Memphis Film Fest is upon us. Once again, I managed to convince some people to cast me in their films, and some of those films were chosen for this year's Indie Memphis Film Festival, taking place at Malco Studio on the Square theater from October 19-October 25.

Studio on the Square's info:
2105 Court Street
Memphis, TN 38104

Now, the films:

Happy Artistic Freedom Day
Director; Jon Sparks
Running Time: 4 minutes

Runs as a part of Shorts Program 2

Times: Sunday, October 21, 12 PM
Tuesday, October 22, 3:05 PM

No Shades of Gray
Musical interpretation of local columnist
Wendi C. Thomas’ opinions about local
rap heros Three 6 Mafia.
Director: Jon Sparks, Hometowner
4 minutes
Filmmaker scheduled to attend.

Runs as a part of Shorts Program 3

Times: Sunday, October 21 5:15 PM
Wednesday, October 24 1:10 PM

Team Picture (I'm an extra in this one!!)
A realistic character study of a young
man in his early 20s negotiating a
disintegrating relationship with an
ambitious photographer girlfriend and
an ascending fling with an adventurous
floater, as well as pressures from his
family and society to go to college and
make steps towards success all the while
becoming increasingly interested in the
questionably viable life of playing guitar
and writing songs. 2007.
Director: Kentucker Audley, Hometowner
62 minutes
Sunday, Oct. 21, 8:05 p.m. and
Wednesday, Oct. 24, 1:15 p.m.
Filmmaker scheduled to attend.
A woman haunted by dreams seeks
counseling from her therapist lover.
Director: Justin Gullett, Hometowner
4 minutes
Filmmaker scheduled to attend.

A young doctor searches for answers
in a woman who claims she is the only
survivor in a plane crash that took the
lives of over 200 people including her
son. 2006.
Director: Rod Pitts, Hometowner
7 minutes
Filmmaker scheduled to attend.

Runs as a part of Shorts Program 4

Monday, October 22 7:40 PM
Thursday, October 25 1:05 PM

An urban tale of five prostitutes, their
enterprising madam, and the struggles
of each to not only survive, but thrive in
a business that’s deemed immoral and
taboo. 2007.
Director: DeAara Lewis, Hometowner
115 minutes
Monday, Oct. 22, 9:55 p.m. and
Tuesday, Oct. 23, 3:10 p.m.
Filmmaker scheduled to attend

Those are the films. Note that this year, there are two screening times for each film. I plan to be at the first screenings for all of these films. I hope to see some of you there.

Days Until Markus Seaberry's next screening: 5

Be easy, readers!!!


At 7:48 PM, Blogger xeila said...

I randomly found you here. I'm a fellow Memphian. Anyway, this is interesting. I'll try to check out what's still left. :)


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