AMP STUDIOS Media Center 2200 Garden Road Monterey, CA 93940
Directions From Carmel or Monterey: Take 1 North, exit 68 East towards Salinas. Turn Left on Olmstad Road and first left onto Garden Road. Big Red Building on the left “Community Media Center”
Directions From Fremont Ave: Go towards the Monterey Fairgrounds on Casa Verde St. Right on Fairgrounds Road, and left onto Garden Road. After the golf course, you can’t miss the big red building on the right, “Community Media Center”
Directions From Salinas: Go 68 west, right onto Olmstad road. 1st Left onto garden road. Big red building on the left “Community Media Center”
AUGUST 19th & 20th, 2011
August 19th screening times: 6:30-7:30pm 8-9pm 9:30-10:30pm August 20th screening times: 12-1pm 2-3pm 4-5pm 6-7pm 8-9:30pm (*included sneak peek preview of Two Graves)
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$5 students, $10 adults (**cash-only seating at the door)
To celebrate and support student independent filmmaking in Monterey Bay! This event is a fundraiser for the student scholarships for Fall classes which will include new TV & film productions!
Following their first film premier Instructions Not Included in May, Hara Motion Picture Conservatory presents the culmination of their summer season “Short Film Creation Fest: from pre to post production.” HARA students have taken their passion for creating meaningful films to a new level. Three HARA alumni, Nate Mandurrago, Eric Hinwood and Mia Gustafson have written, directed and edited their own 5-minute short films. This festival is a pre-screening, as we are proud to announce the films will be showing at the Carmel Youth Center as part of the Carmel Art & Film Festival in October!
Mandurrago’s debut film, Safety First, is a mind-bending comedy about a man who becomes trapped in his own mind, a cage of orange traffic cones.
Hinwood’s debut film is a slapstick comedy about a iconic best friend “Stein,” and his brilliant plans to get his friend into the arms of a beautiful girl.
Gustafson’s debut film, “Carnations” is a narrative about the journeys of grief and renewal of love, as the universe brings a boy and girl’s stars to collide.
Kalmbach’s debut film, “Truant Moon” is a narrative about a young woman’s desire for independence and adventure, which leads her to a new understanding of her mother’s unconditional love.