SDFF 2009 — Day Three

 

2009 SAN DIEGO FILM FESTIVAL SEPTEMBER 23 – 27, 2009 –

Tonight is the night to mix and mingle with many of the filmmakers
from this year’s festival.

Tonight’s Films include:

Cruzando – A road-trip tale about friendship, fatherhood, and
self-discovery that winds itself through the distinct culture of the
Texas-Mexico border.

No Brainer – Come meet KBG’s own talented morning show team Dave,
Shelley and Chainsaw.

Crush and Twist Short Film Series – An emotional roller coaster of
short films that will make you laugh, cry and perhaps even try to fly.

A Lonely Place for Dying – Stars Oscar Nominee James Cromwell (L.A.
Confidential, ‘W’, The Green Mile)

Deadland – SDFF Alums Gary Weeks and Damon O’Steen (29 Reasons to Run)
return with their latest sci-fi action thriller.

Prince of Broadway – On the streets of New York, a baby is thrown into
an unexpecting hustler’s arms. Nominated for an Independent Spirit
Award

Jesse’s Story – A story not about surfing, but about inspiration.

William Shatner’s Gonzo Ballet – Come and meet Mr. Shatner as he hosts
a Q&A following the screening.

Beyond Belief: Honeymooning at Burning Man – Come in costume and
prepare to be amazed.

The Boys Are Back – Starring Clive Owen. See it first before it opens
in theaters in November.

Adventures of Power – A Sundance Film Festival favorite for the rock
star in everyone.

After the films, join us for our largest get together – The Limelight
Public Relations Industry Party at W Hotel San Diego.  Open to VIP,
All Access and Friday Day pass holders. Must be 21 to attend.

All films are screened at the Gaslamp Theater, 701 Fifth Ave, 92101

Tickets are $12. Passes are $39 – $129.

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