FILMMAKING IN THE NUDE…

FILMMAKING IN THE NUDE…

Hey Gang-

I’ll be in San Francisco this weekend February 9th-12th for SF IndieFest. In addition to seeing films and visiting friends in the Bay area, I’ll be doing a one-man panel called “Filmmaking in the Nude” on Friday, February 9th at 2 PM at the Roxie Cinema and it’s FREE.

If you are in the Bay area, come check it out. Here’s the description from the program guide…

Filmmaking in the Nude
Chris Gore presents “Filmmaking in the Nude” in which he reveals his journey from movie geek to moviemaker. Best known as the creator of Film Threat, he reveals the gorey details of slaving in underground publishing, surviving celebrity egos, battles with the studios and getting his first feature produced. Part stand-up, part helpful advice for those pursuing a life in indie film, this one-man show informs and entertains. (MATURE AUDIENCES ONLY.)

Hope to see you there!
Gore gone




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3 Comments on "FILMMAKING IN THE NUDE…"

  1. Felix Vasquez Jr. on Thu, 8th Feb 2007 3:44 pm 

    Are you going to be wearing all black, sitting on a stool in the middle of an empty stage with the spotlight shining down on you?

    Please don’t do that.


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  2. Mark Bell on Thu, 8th Feb 2007 4:02 pm 

    I’ll be there! I mean, not there…

    I don’t like the thought of “Filmmaking in the Nude” and “Chris Gore” for some reason…


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  3. DonLewis on Fri, 9th Feb 2007 2:30 pm 

    I’ve seen this panel before and Chris is waxed…pretty metro, but it works for him.

    I’ll be at SF Indie Fest all day tomorrow if anyone else wants to hang with me n Gore…


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