Fwd: 48 Hour Film Project - Best-Of SF 2006 Show, Sponsors and After Party
- One last comment. I forgot to add that popcorn, hot dogs, and hot cocoa will be available for cheap! Blankets too. -JD
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From: JD <jd@...
Date: Jul 19, 2006 8:00 PM
Subject: 48 Hour Film Project - Best-Of SF 2006 Show, Sponsors and After Party
To: sanfrancisco@...Hello 48 Hour Film Fans!
Below is the info on the Best-Of show, and also info on *better parking* for the show, AND the location for the official After Party of the San Francisco 2006 48HFP. Before that, though, :-) I do owe our sponsors some bandwidth.
The following local business have generously donated prizes to help support the 48 Hour Film Project, and we are proud to have their sponsorship. Please patronize them and thank them for contributing to the 48HFP!
Sponsoring the Best Direction award is:
Digital Revolution, with a prize of
100 Fully Packaged DVDs from your master.
Digital Revoloution is a full-service mastering and duplication house.
Paul Grippaldi, Owner. 603 Battery Street, San Francisco, CA 94111 - 415-398-1200
Sponsoring the Best Acting award is:
The Actors Center of San Francisco
with an 8 Week Class for 1 Actor and 1 Actress
The Actors Center of San Francisco, Shelley Mitchell is a professional acting studio offering training at all levels.
Shelley Mitchell, Owner - 180 Capp Street, San Francisco, CA - 94110 - 415-861-4965 or 415-386-1913
Sponsoring the Best Screenplay award is:
Pro Design Studios
offering a New Business Identity
Pro Design Studios, elevating the impression of your business through graphic design.
Jessica Mayer, Owner - San Francisco, CA - 801-830-7900
Sponsoring the Best Cinematography award is:
with a prize of Dinner for Four
Firefly Restaurant, tucked away in Noe Valley, has charmed visitors from far and wide for 11 years.
Brad Levy, Owner - 4288 24th Street, San Francisco, CA 94110 - 415-821-7652
Sponsoring the Best Editing award is
All Things Macintosh
with 4 Hours of On Site Technical Support
All Things Macintosh, providing expert on site tech support for people with better things to do.
Ruth Gumnit and Eugene Dickey, Owners - San Francisco, CA - 415-695-1956
Sponsoring the Best Soundtrack award is
De Stijl Music
offering a 5 Minute Original Score for next year's 48 Hour Film Project
De Stijl Music creates original music and orchestral/choral arrangements for film, television, advertising, and other media.
Jack Curtis Dubowsky, Owner - San Francisco, CA - 415-355-0070
Sponsoring the Best Artistic Design award is:
Slow Club Restaurant
with a prize of Dinner for Two
Slow Club Restaurant joins great food and classic cocktails in a warm, contemporary setting.
2501 Mariposa Street, San Francisco, CA 94110 - 415-241-9390
BEST OF SAN FRANCISCO SCREENING AND AWARDS SHOW:
DATE/TIME: THURSDAY JULY 20th, 8:30 PM
LOCATION: outdoors in Dolores Park, San Francisco.
Head for Dolores St between 19th and 20th St., and look for the gathering on the hillside.
Public Transport: J-Church Muni train, #33 Bus, or BART to 16th and Mission.
Car (From East or South): 80W or 101N to Mission St exit. Go straight onto Duboce. Left at Market. Next left onto Dolores.
Car (From North): 1S/101S over GG Bridge to Lombard. Left on Divisadero; at Waller bear left onto Castro. Left on 16th street. Right on Dolores.
Come early! Limited on-street parking is available near the park.
PUBLIC GARAGE on 21st between Mission and Valencia. (May fill up!) Walk up 19th or 20th Street to the park.
COST: The show is FREE!! Voluntary $3-5 Donations are requested to help offset permitting and insurance costs.
DRESS: Informal and WARM! It is SF after all! Bring a warm jacket, gloves, hat, etc. as you like, and a blanket to sit upon.
RULES: Remove all your own trash. Leave the park *cleaner* than you found it. Behave respectfully towards law enforcement and our neighbors. As this is a public park, alcoholic beverages are not permitted.
OFFICIAL 48 HOUR FILM PROJECT AFTER PARTY
The Official After Party of the 2006 48 Hour Film Project will be held at Mars Bar in San Francisco.
Mars Bar ( www.marsbarsf.com) features both indoor and outdoor areas, a casual vibe, and a fun attitude. Come on over after the show and celebrate the conclusion of another fantastic 48 Hour Film Project season with me.
Mars Bar is located at 798 Brannan Street (at 7th) in San Francisco map: http://tinyurl.com/h5jo4
The first 40 people who ask me for one get a free beer/wine /well drink coupon for the party! I may be able to get more coupons at the bar if demand threatens to overwhelm any resistance.
Here's hoping to see you all there!
My sincere thanks again to everyone who produced, directed, acted, wrote, gripped, recorded, lit, designed, edited, helped out, came to the shows, voted, ushered, or even just enjoyed the event's presence in our community. You made it all worth while for me.
All the best,
San Francisco Producer
48 Hour Film Project