“PCS on LiveWire: part 2”
Filmmakers from this year’s A Place Called Sacramento Film Festival will be on LiveWire this week and next. The film festival is on October 2nd at The Historic Crest Theatre on K Street in Sacramento and starts promptly at 1pm. You’ll want to arrive early to get your seat as it is general seating. Two of the ten filmmakers will be on LiveWire this week including Rob Tillitz, Co-Writer & Co-Producer of “The Watering Hole” and PCS Writer & Producer of “Buddies”, Judith Plank.
“A Place Called Sacramento Film Festival” is a community event and the films are made with the help of volunteering professionals and community volunteers. Both of these short films helped each other to get the job done with thanks to Aria Pictures. They all have a passion for filmmaking and you can tell by their time and dedication to the project.
Rob Tillitz, who appears in many of this year’s films is a local actor and business owner. He tires his hand Co-Writing a script with veteran fimmaker, Gerald Martin Davenport. Their Film “The Watering Hole” is a spooky tale about a gentleman who finds himself in an odd situation and has to figure our how he got there and how to get out of it.
To learn more about “The Watering Hole” log on to www.thewateringhole.ariapictures.com
Second time PCS Filmmaker, Judith Plank returns to the festival this year with her story, “Buddies”. It is about a young war veteran who needs something, but he just doesn’t know what it is just yet.
Find out more about “Buddies” at www.Buddies.ariapictures.com
Executive Director, Ron Cooper will also be appearing on the show to tell us more about this very local film festival.
Tune in to LiveWire to get an exclusive look at a clips of these two great PCS films.
LiveWire featuring PCS Filmmakers airs live on Wednesday, September 28th at 5pm on Access Sacramento channel 17 or simulcast online at www.AccessSacramento.org and click ‘watch 17’.