WALNUT CREEK FILM FESTIVAL GETS GORE

Film Threat‘s very own Chris Gore will serve on the advisory board for the upcoming Walnut Creek Film Festival, which will run from November 7-10.
Joining Gore on the advisory board will be other film personalities from the Hollywood and independent film communities –
David E. Williams – editor of the Hollywood Reporter. Williams has interviewed such Hollywood and independent film luminaries such as Oliver Stone, James Cameron, Peter Jackson, Ridley Scott, John Waters, Sam Raimi, Jim Jarmusch, Allison Anders and many others.
Stephen Pizello – editor of American Cinematographer. American Cinematographer is one of the most respected and longest-running Hollywood publications and is the official publication of the American Society of Cinematographers.
Paul Salamoff – a special effect artist, accomplished actor, producer and screenwriter. He has produced special effects and make-up artistry for more than 50 blockbuster films including “Batman and Robin” and “There’s Something About Mary”.
Jeff Bond – editor of Film Score Monthly and a writer for Sci-Fi Universe, Pulse, Cinescape, and FSM, one of the most-respected publications in the world of film composers. Jeff has interviewed such leading artists as Jerry Goldsmith, James Horner, Danny Elfman, Howard Shore and John Williams.
“This Advisory Board speaks loudly for our festival and our community as a whole. People in the film industry believe in the vision of our festival,” said Tim Cisilino, founder and director of the Walnut Creek Film Festival. “The development of this team is another indication of what people can expect from the Walnut Creek Film Festival. This goes for the filmgoers, the people of this community, and our supporting sponsors.”




Posted on July 22, 2002 in Festivals by
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