‘Hopeless’, ‘I Am Bish’ and ‘Vente’ just added to the Riverside International Film Festival

hopeless.jpg ‘Hopeless’ is the work of US director Brent Huff. The film is 8 minutes. It will be featured at the 2010 Riverside International Film Festival in April.

Movie Synopsis:

Helpless is a state of mind. There are two sides to every story. When Tabitha Johnson’s four year old son Tyler goes missing, it is up to Detectives Paul Miller and Josh Carter to unravel the truth. Good Samaritan or wolf in sheep’s clothing, what are Eli Delaney’s true intentions?

More information about Brent Huff:

This is a very busy time for writer/director Brent Huff.  He has completed principal photography on a legal thriller, Last Will, staring Tatum O’Neal, Tom Berenger, Peter Coyote and James Brolin, and is currently editing the film, hoping for a spring 2010 release.  Huff is also screening his film noir thriller Cat City on the film festival circuit; it screened here in RIFF2009.

venteimage.jpg ‘Vente’ is the work of Canadian director Jonathan W. Croft. The film is 8 minutes. It will be featured at the 2010 Riverside International Film Festival in April.

Movie Synopsis:

Andy is getting ready for a big day he’ll never forget…and neither will she. Fresh off a coffee binge, Andy rides his bicycle to a nearby park and meets Wendy, the girl of his dreams. Will Andy find true love or will he be denied again?  Vente will premiere at RIFF2010.

More information about Jonathan W. Croft:

Jonathan has worked as an editor for network television and is currently in pre-production on his next film entitled “Drink.”

iambish.jpg‘I  Am Bish’ is the work of Australian director David Bishop. The film is 90 minutes. It will be featured at the 2010 Riverside International Film Festival in April.

Movie Synopsis:
What ‘I am Legend’ would have been if the hero was fatter, whiter, stupider and lived in Perth, Western Australia — the most isolated capital city in the world — if he also had a video camera and was under siege by 300 zombies.

More information about David Bishop:

Dave Bishop graduated from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts in 1998. Fellow graduates of WAAPA include Hugh Jackman and Frances O’Connor. Bishop ended up without finance and out of a job thanks to the Global Financial Crisis. So when he won ten thousand dollars in a short film competition it was a somewhat bold move to immediately invest all his winnings in a radical micro budget concept.  Bishop somehow managed to recruit the services of three hundred zombie volunteers and, eighteen months and several buckets of fake blood and green body paint later, I AM BISH, screened to rapturous applause from an audience of five hundred at one of the oldest cinemas in Perth, Western Australia. The film is being touted as possibly one of the funniest Australian features of all time.





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Sunday, March 28, 2010


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