SPECIAL EVENTS AT LANDLOCKED
PANEL ON INDEPENDENT FILM
L to R: John Putch, Jamie Rose, Noah Applebaum, Mister Ed (Ed Gotwalt)
Join filmmaker John Putch (Route 30, Too!), with 3 of his cast members (Jamie Rose, Noah Applebaum, Mister Ed), to discuss the process of directing the professional actor in a micro budget situation. The concept of the RT30 collective and micro budget film will also be discussed. Q&A and panelist interaction with attendees will be at the core of this discussion. Bring your questions.
Find out what it's like to make an anti-Hollywood movie outside the very system that employs the folks who brought you this film.
SATURDAY 4:00 pm Iowa City Public Library Room A, free & open to all.
At this hands-on workshop taught by Steven Hirohama, filmmaker and professor of film production at Cerritos College in Los Angeles, improve your ability to create storyboards as a tool for pre-visualizing your film prior to beginning production.
SATURDAY 10:00 am Sheraton Hotel Johnson Room, free & open to all.Please reserve your space in advance by emailing info[at]landlockedfilmfestival.org.
DIVERSITY FOCUS' JOURNEY TV
Be the first to see Jen's Story, a half-hour episode from the four-part Journey TV series about diversity in the Corridor, sponsored by Diversity Focus and produced by Yvette Craddock and Josh Goding. This inaugural screening will be followed by a panel discussion from the producers and special community guests with audience Q&A.
SUNDAY 5:00 pm Bijou Theatre, free & open to all.
CELEBRATION OF HUALING NIEH ENGLE
Hualing Nieh Engle and Paul Engle in Iowa City
The co-founder of the University of Iowa's International Writing Program, herself a novelist and essayist, Hualing
Nieh Engle will be present in person at this screening of the documentary about her life, One Tree Three Lives.
SUNDAY 7:00 pm Bijou Theatre, free & open to all.
WHO'S COMING TO THE FESTIVAL?
Meet filmmakers, writers and actors throughout the festival. We're expecting these folks to be hanging around downtown Iowa City this weekend:
The Entertainers - director Michael Zimmer and producer Brent Watkins
Dead Weight - director John Pata and composer Nick Elert
Route 30, Too! - writer-director John Putch and actors Jamies Rose, Noah Applebaum and Mister Ed
Today We Saw the Face of God - director Mercedes Kane and co-producers
Heathens & Thieves - producer Peter Scott
One Tree Three Lives - director Angie Chen and Hualing Nieh Engle
AXMAN - director Kelly Rundle, producer Tammy Rundle, and Edgar Epperly
Gridiron Heroes - co-director Seth Camillo
The Kessler Plot - director Josh Thorud
The Robot and the Butterly - director/art teacher Mark Jones
Pow Pow Pow - director Dianne Bellino
Walk with Me: The Shoes - director Ian Bennett
City of Literature - director Zhao Lewis Liu
Angel/Devil - director Blake Rice