Silicon Beach Film Festival in Los Angeles – Discount Passes and Tickets for INFOLIST!

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Hi everyone,


Here’s info on the upcoming SILICON BEACH FILM FESITVAL – with a full lineup of feature films, short films, and a panel on opening night on utilizing the latest technology to produce your film – get 25% OFF on all Festival Passes, and an amazing ONE THIRD OFF on Individual Screening tickets!


And be sure not to miss the KICKOFF PARTY this Sunday Night (April 22nd), and the CLOSING PARTY on April 30th!


As always, feel free to forward if you know anyone who might want to check out some great films!


Good luck, have a great day, and don’t forget to dream big!




Jeffrey R. Gund

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You are invited to attend




Celebrating Independent Cinema

April 22nd – 30th, 2018

at Cinemark 18 & XD @ the Howard Hughes Promenade, Los Angeles



SUNDAY, April 22nd, 2018:


6pm – 7pm

at Rush Street Bar And Restaurant


How to select, deploy and use the latest technologies to produce a film – from acquisition through distribution. A hands-on guide to physical production, post production and distribution that inspects the craft of filmmaking from a leading-edge technical perspective.



Eliot Mack, David Courtice, Christian Geocosala, and Ted Rosenblatt

hosted by industry executive Kenneth Yas


7pm – 10pm


at Rush Street Bar And Restaurant

9546 Washington Boulevard Culver City, CA 90232



and continue through Sunday 4/29/2018





10am – Shorts from Around the World

12pm – Direct from South Korea – FANTASTIC VACANCE preceded by the short MIDDLETON MADNESS (to get you ready for next month’s royal wedding)

2pm – Shorts from LA and Beyond

4pm – More Shorts

6pm – Shorts, Shorts, and More Shorts

7:30pm – CHOKEHOLD – A young woman’s journey as she seeks revenge, redemption and
reconciliation as she fights in the underground world of Woman’s MMA/Street fighting, stars
Casper Van Dien from Starship Troopers

9:30pm – LA Premiere of NO DOUBT – A new romantic comedy from Clarence Williams



10am – Shorts from Around the World

12pm – LA Premiere of the French film LE GRAN DESTIN

2pm – LA Premiere of the Columbian film ripped from the headlines MI PUEBLO INFIERNO (MY HELL TOWN)

4pm – LA Premiere of CRACKING ACES – the riveting story of the pioneering women who broke through the glass ceiling of professional poker.

6pm – Shorts, Shorts, and More Shorts

7:30pm – LA Premiere of WHITE HORSE from director Zeshan Bhatti

9:30pm – LA Premiere of WEIGH DOWN from director Sergio Lopez



10am – Shorts from Around the World

12pm – US Premiere of M.I.A A GREATER EVIL – a thriller about a group of American college students embarking on an expedition looking for gold in the war-torn jungles of Vietnam… when their dreams quickly unravel.

2pm – US Premiere of COMEDA, HIM, HIS DOG, AND THEIR WORLD – the inspiring film from Mexican director Leonardo Arturo

4pm – More Shorts

6pm – Shorts, Shorts, and More Shorts

7:30pm – THE NIGHT I DIED – The Noir thriller from LA filmmaker Jim Menza

9:30pm – LA Premiere of the horror film SOMETHING – A man and woman are struggling to adjust to life with their new baby.  But their situation begins to unravel when they suspect a menacing stranger could be lurking, watching, even entering their home



10am – Shorts from Around the World

12pm – LA Premiere of ALPHAGO – the award-winning documentary that documents the collision when the worlds of the classic game GO and artificial intelligence collided in South Korea.

2pm – More Shorts

4pm – Cinema Libra presents MABEL, MABEL. TIGER TRAINER director Leslie Zemeckis’ telling of the story of the world’s first female tiger trainer who claimed her love for her tigers was so great she wanted to die in the ring.

6pm – Shorts, Shorts, and More Shorts

7:30pm – VALENTINA – the award winning film from LA director Jorge Xolalpa Jr.

9:30pm – LA Premiere of DARCY – “Sometimes young love is better left alone.”



10am – Samuel Goldwyn Films presents ZOO – the inspirational story about a young man and his misfit friends fighting to save ‘Buster” the baby elephant during the German air raid bombing of Belfast in 1941. Preceded by the Brazilian animated short film GLITTER MODEL.

12pm – Shorts from LA and Beyond

2pm – LA Premiere of THE LONGEST NIGHT from SoCal Filmmaker Derrick Wibben – It’s three guys, three girls, one house party – where everyone is dealing with some kind of breakup.

4pm – LA Premiere of BROKE: THE SANTA BARBARA PIPELINE OIL SPILL OF 2015.  When the president is moving to open nearly all offshore waters to drilling.  Here’s a story of the past and potential consequences.

6pm – Shorts, Shorts, and More Shorts

7:30pm – Special Shorts Program – including shorts from the wonderful film program of Santa Monica College

9:30pm – LA Premiere of HAPPENSTANCE – A coming of age comedy following a 26 year millennial named Zander while he navigates his many jobs, tumultuous love life, and dysfunctional family.



10am – MY LIFE WITH ROSIE – A look at one America’s beloved heroines Rosa Parks
through the eyes of her family

12pm – LA Premiere of EVILS OF A FOSTER CHILD – the new thriller from Miami filmmaker Jerome Anthony Larkin

2pm – Shorts from LA and Beyond

4pm – LA Premiere of GENERATION ZAPPED – An eye-opening documentary about the true cost of living in the wireless age.

6pm – Special Shorts Program – featuring director Amr Al-hariri’s award winning film SILENT LOVE STORIES

7:30pm – SECRET SANTA – The LA Premiere of the new horror film that welcomes us to the Pope family Christmas dinner… a Christmas dinner unlike any other.

9:30pm – LA Premiere of VIRAL VIRAL – where the question is asked… just how low will someone go for a YouTube sensation.



Beginning at 7pm:


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Awards ceremony & closing party poolside at:


8639 Lincoln Boulevard

Los Angeles, CA 90045



PREMIUM and PRO InfoList Members get EXCLUSIVE discount codes for INCREDIBLE DISCOUNTS!

Get 25% OFF an ALL FESTIVAL PASSES – for Daily Passes that’s just $22.50 (regularly $30!), Weekend Daily Passes just $26.25 (regularly $35!), All Weekend Passes for just $37.50 (regularly $50!), or get a FULL Run of The Festival Pass for only $75 (regularly $100!) OR get ONE THIRD OFF all Individual Screening Tickets – that’s just $10 (regularly $15!)

UPGRADE NOW so you can take advantage of this special offer!


Or, skip the upgrade and pay regular price –


Purchase your tickets now at:



Cinemark 18 & XD

6081 Center Drive

Los Angeles, CA 9 0045


For full festival schedule, film descriptions, and more information, including individual screening tickets:



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