Fog City Film Festival Plays to Three Sold-Out Screenings
On Saturday, March 8th, The Fog City Film Festival played to three sold-out screenings at San Francisco's Entertaining Spaces theater. The four short films, all executive produced by Man in the Fog Productions, were very well received by audience members. During the Film Festival, writer/director Danielle Shamash received word her short film "The Sunday Man" had just won "Best Student Film" and "Best in Show" at the George Lindsey UNA Film Festival, in Florence, Alabama. Producer Jonah Bekhor also announced the receipt of the second prestigious award for "The Butcher's Daughter". Man in the Fog Productions thanks its dedicated producers and guests, its generous sponsors and passionate filmmakers for their tremendous support.
First Ever Fog City Film Festival Announced
Man in the Fog Productions is pleased to announce the first ever Fog City Film Festival will take place March 8th, 2008 at Entertaining Spaces in San Francisco. There will be three screenings: 5:00pm, 6:30pm and 8:00pm. Attendance is by invitation only. Man in the Fog Productions will screen four original shorts by taleted filmmakers, including "The Sunday Man," "When Snow Falls," "His Good Will," and "The Butcher's Daughter." For more information on the films or for Fog City Film Festival inquirires, please visit Man in the Fog Productions.