FALLBROOK — The Fallbrook Film Factory will host a special “Highlights Film” screening on Sunday, October 12, from 4 to 6 p.m. at the UltraStar Theater in Bonsall, kicking off a five- to six-episode series of the “Life in California” TV program featuring the Fallbrook Film Factory and the Fallbrook Film Festival.
Noel Horwin, Fallbrook resident and host and executive producer for “Life in California,” documented much of the film festival, workshops and opening and closing ceremonies at the inaugural April 25-27, 2007, event.
“Life in California” runs Sundays at 8 p.m. on Channel 12 on Time Warner Cable in the Fallbrook area. Horwin expects to begin airing the Film Factory series on October 26.
The “Highlights” screening is free to Fallbrook Film Factory members and the general public.
“Anyone who has an interest in filmmaking or this historic moment in Fallbrook can come to this screening as our guest,” said Horwin. “We are also screening some creative films from other factory members, including ‘The Backroom’ and ‘Time Off for Sergeant’ production by the Fallbrook Film Factory and some trailers for upcoming features. The afternoon will be both entertaining and educational.”
Those interested in attending can pick up their tickets October 12 just prior to the screening at the UltraStar Theater, 5256 South Mission Road.
For more information, visit http://www.fallbrookfilmfactory.com.
The Fallbrook Film Factory will also host a workshop taught by Jimmy Marino, Charlie George and Noel Horwin called “The Anatomy of Creating a Production.” The workshop will be given at the Fallbrook School of the Arts & Foundry, 310 East Alvarado, on October 16 from 6:30 p.m. until approximately 9 p.m.
For more details, or to register online, visit http://www.artstudiosoffallbrook.com.