The class for the general public runs February 20 to March 19 from 10am to 1 pm at Access Sacramento, inside the Coloma Community Center, 4623 T Street, Sacramento.
The first prime-time playback of the stage presentation, awards and movies from the 16th Annual “A Place Called Sacramento” film festival is at 8 p.m. on New Years Day 2016.
The eight films originally shown at The Crest Theatre will be presented in their entirety plus you’ll hear comments from all the writer-filmmakers whose world premiere films were presented publicly for the first time.
Tune in on the following schedule:
Friday, January 1st @ 8:00 p.m.
Saturday, January 2nd @ 12:00 Noon
Sunday, January 3rd @ 4:00 a.m.
Tuesday, January 5th @ 7:00 p.m.
Wednesday, January 6th @ 11:00 a.m.
Thursday, January 7th @ 3:00 a.m.
You’ll see two specialty awards presented, including Audience Favorite and Producers’ Choice.
The films were made as part of Access Sacramento’s “A Place Called Sacramento” film festival; our area’s original script writing competition where the filmmakers get automatic big-screen and internet distribution.
All cablecasts will be on Comcast/Consolidated Channel 17, and AT&T U-Verse Channel 14. You can view the show streaming from AccessSacramento.org. Feel free to share this schedule with your friends! Thank you for your support of local community and public access television in Sacramento County.
by TAY OUK
A casual night out turns awry when two friends hit a bump in the road they could never have expected.
by JOSH MIHAL & DAVID L. PETERS
The path to the future is long when it includes being homeless, but a Sacramento man learns he can only really find himself by, “Losing Kevin.”
by GREG MARKER
Why does a homeless woman steal shoes, lots and lots of shoes, and still wear her ragged toeless old pair?
by AXEL AHRENS
A weekend kayaking trip becomes so much more than an adventure after a horrifying accident on the “River of Fear.”
by DONNA PRESTON
Opportunity and tragedy collide when two strangers, directionless Jimmy and grieving Sarab, inherit more than they bargained for.
by PHIL D’ASARO
The glory days for North Sacramento’s Del Paso area date back to the Gold Rush, but its decades-old story of decline may have a modern days purple lining.
by Katherine DaSilva
For one Sacramento photographer, getting lost in his work has left his personal life a blur, but could a second chance open the door to a more “Focused” World?
by Cheryl Wynton
Prankster Steve’s birthday takes a turn for the worse when his friends must choose if a kidnapper’s call is a real choice of life or death.