If William Shatner survives the paintball war on August 31st, he’ll be in attendance at the Temecula Valley International Film Festival to accept his Lifetime Achievement Award on September 21st.
Taking place on September 18th – 22nd, the 8th Annual Temecula Valley International Film Festival will be held at the state of the art Movie Experience 10-plex at the Tower Plaza in Temecula, California, featuring over 70 film programs from around the world. Categories showcased are U.S. and International full-length features, short films, student films, documentaries and animation.
The Festival is also pleased to include the second year of the Music Competition component…the best up-and-coming creative talents in film and music from all over the world will compete for recognition, honor and prizes. The main goal is to provide a forum by which new, unsigned musical talents, from Folk to Pop, from Rock to Jazz, from Polka to Country to Rhythm & Blues, are showcased before an international audience of music industry professionals and music loving fans.
Visit the Temecula Valley International Film Festival website for more information.
Posted on August 26, 2002 in Festivals by Film Threat Staff
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