Sage Campbell, Pat Harding, Tess Baur, Urs Baur, Sara Baur-Harding, Cari Ann Shim Sham and Jasper Baur.
4Screen Printer Sparky Fireplug
5Kristina Rocco Levy, Debra Sibar
Robin Becker, Craig Phelps, Kathy Shaw and Jim Chressanthis
Jasper Baur sells candy to Joanna Gunst and Paul Grynkowski
A Family of Film Fans - Chopper Bernet, Fiona Bernet and Carrie Rheinfrank
Strolling Musician Poeina Suddarth
Terry Marks-Tarlow talks to Michele Capra about her "Love Bites" chocolates.
Daniela Kohn from SIMA (Social Impact Media Awards), filmmaker Darius Fisher and Luna who sprinted across the stage during opening night speeches
Husband and wife filmmaker team Matt and Katie Celia introduce their film, Off the Floor
Jagged dance troupe who also appear in the film: Off the Floor.
16Cari Ann Shim Sham, Bruce Royer
18Urs and Sara Baur
19Levi Williams,Doug Roy
21Step and Repeat
23Kim Kluge, Wendie Malick
Wendie Malick and Alexander Payne
Actress Wendie Malick who currently stars in the TV comedy Hot in Cleveland had a fireside chat with director Alexander Payne whose films include, Sideways, The Descendants and Nebraska. Topics ran the gamut from age; how to delineate comedy from drama, the process of casting; the quagmire of screenwriting; the quirkiness of life in Topanga and of course wine.
25Wendie Malick, Alexander Payne2
Mark Kirkland (5th from left) and some of the cast from his silent film, The Moving Picture Co 1914
After the screening of his film Mark Kirkland discussed the film which not only featured the 1915 camera to the left of the stage as a prop, but some of it was actually shot with it.
Kirkland who's directed over 80 episodes of The Simpsons among other feats is a collector of antique film cameras. That along with the influence of his famous photographer Douglas Kirkland and a few meetings with the legendary Hal Roach resulted in this labor of love.
The comedy follows the exploits of a young ingenue trying to beak into the film business and the cranky boss and wacky crew who wreak havoc on various sets at a film studio.
From falling walls to all-out brawls anything that could go wrong did go wrong.
And the award for best cameo appearance goes to...(Drum Roll Please.) Weird Al Yankovic as Jesus at the Last Supper.
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