AMFM Fest Screening
36850 Pickfair St
Cathedral City, CA 92234
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Film 4 Change presents the AMFM Fest in Cathedral City, CA from June 13 - June 16: Four days of art, music, film & more in the desert for progressive artists, musicians, filmmakers, designers, curators, creators & culture-makers. The Lost Bird Project will screen on Saturday, June 15th at 1:15pm (PST).
For more information: http://amfmfest.com/portfolios/film/
To purchase tickets: https://holdmyticket.com/checkout/event/134956
"We are a community of storytellers. We bring storytellers and filmmakers together to support, encourage and share the stories that connect us to the world around us and to each other. We believe stories and the filmmakers who reveal them on screen have the ability to shape our world for the better through original voices and visions.
Each year, we bring filmmakers and audiences together along with agents, executives, producer’s reps and film buyers to help facilitate the art and business of story. Last year, legendary cinematographer Haskell Wexler attended the Albuquerque Film Festival as an honored guest, saw a moving film by a young filmmaker, picked up the phone and arranged a meeting for him. La Hora Cero, the first action film shot in Venezuela and a 2011 Albuquerque Film Festival official selection, is now in distribution. This is what we pride ourselves in- connecting kindred spirits and broadening the canvas.
We believe in social profit and leverage our resources to that end. We believe in cooperation and collaboration and recognize that our mission cannot be accomplished without the synergy of shared visionaries. Whether helping a screenwriter understand the craft or introducing filmmakers to finance and distribution resources, all of our efforts ultimately aim to bring audiences to the theater to experience the wonder of humanity. By bringing people together – who are often strangers at the start, but soon become friends, neighbors and engaged participants by the end- we create unique events that build community in support of the power we call story."