The next Tampa Film Review will be held on Friday, March 9 at 8 p.m. at the International Bazaar, located at 1600 E. Eighth Ave. in the Centro Ybor Complex. The Tampa Film Review is a monthly showcase of local independent short films. It is held every second Friday of the month at 8 p.m. at the Bazaar and the event is free an open to the public. March’s films will include:
A collection of shorts from the Ybor Festival of the Moving Image
Nature's Way by Griffowers Productions: A camping trip on the beach goes awry for a young scooterist couple in this nightmarish short from.
Meet Pino by Ben Rose: Pino Gheppeto a 48 year old bitter man who carries the weight and burden of regret about a significant decision he made in the past. Pino's only happiness lie in playing with toys, Toys that help him reconnect to his once magical childhood. What Pino does not know is that soon Fate will intervene.
Night of the Bat Demon by David Melendez: When a camper returns to the campsite to retrieve his wallet, he finds there is more in this forest than your normal animals.
The Lector starring Gus Perez – A tale of the lectors who once educated the cigar workers of Ybor City.
Happy Birthday Jack by Eddie Gerbacht: Everyone seems to know Jack better than himself. On his birthday he learns more about his surroundings and acquaintances through an unfolding of truths. Will Jack get to the bottom of what is taking place in time? Will you?
1 Day Films feels that there are very few regular outlets in the local area for local independent filmmakers to showcase their films. Hopefully, this monthly event will provide that outlet for everyone, from experienced local independent filmmakers to local college and high school filmmakers experimenting with film production for the first time. 1 Day Films promises your film will be shown. Tampa Film Review was awarded a 2005 Best of the Bay Award for BEST REASONS TO BELIEVE THE LOCAL FILM SCENE IS ALIVE AND WELL and a Best of the Bay in 2006 for BEST QUICK RECOVERY.
International Bazaar is a place where the arts, culture, entertainment, food, music and dance connect in harmony. Come explore and shop for items from over 100 countries representing cultures in their traditional and modern styles. Explore, enjoy, learn and shop. They promise you an enlightened and fun experience.
1 Day Films is looking for film submissions for future events. For more email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. All genres of short films are accepted –documentaries, comedy, horror, love, art, drama, foreign language, experimental etc. No pornography!
Visit www.thetampafilmreview.com for more.