Friday, June 4, 2010

Cinemania Announces June Schedule's film collective CINEMANIA has announced their schedule for the month of June. In addition to the hotly-anticipated 48 Hour Film Project, Cinemania will also be hosting a number of screenings and panels, listed below:

Sunday, June 6, 4:30 p.m.
Cinemania Hometown Screening: IRS HITMAN Reality TV Show
5 Points Theatre, 1022 Park Street
Admission: Free
Join us as we celebrate the first public screening of Jacksonville resident Don Campbell's reality TV show, "IRS Hitman." Shot by Campbell, the 30-minute show features a former IRS agent turned defender of the American taxpayer. The series follows the IRS "Hitman" as he travels America on his motorcycle to find families with IRS tax troubles and rescues them using his street smarts and experience as a former IRS agent. See the show, meet the cast and producer/director and maybe WIN A FREE iPAD! Music by Jonra after the show, Q&A and iPad giveaway.

Monday, June 7, 6:30 p.m.
Cinemania Film Society: Harry Brown starring Michael Caine

5 Points Theatre, 1022 Park Street
Join Cinemania for a special screening of HARRY BROWN, Michael Caine's newest film. Here's the story: An ex-serviceman and widower looks to avenge his best friend's murder by doling out his own form of justice. This film was made in England and was nominated for, and won, several British film awards. Admission: $6.50 (Paid Cinemania members get a $2 discount off the $8.50 regular admission.)

Monday, June 14, 6:30 p.m.
Cinemania Film Pros Workshop: Tips For Making A Winning 48 Hour Film

Five Points Theatre, 1022 Park Street
If you are participating in the 48 Hour Film Project here in Jacksonville, June 18-20, join us to hear invaluable tips from past winners. Or if you're a short filmmaker and just want to get ideas on how to make a better film, join us. Past winning 48 Hour Film Project directors, writers, actors, producers, editors, and crew members have been invited to share their knowledge. The panel will be moderated by Mac McDonald, producer of Jacksonville's 48 Hour Film Project. Admission: Free to Cinemaniacs. Doors open at 6:00 p.m.

Friday, June 18-Sunday, June 20
48 Hour Film Project Competition comes to Jacksonville
Find info about the 48 Hour Film Project at:

Monday, June 21, 6:30 p.m.
Cinemania Hometown Screening: 3rd Down & Forever

Five Points Theatre
Admission: $5
Join us as we celebrate the premiere of Jacksonville resident Jason Tetlak's feature film, 3rd Down & Forever. Tetlak, an art teacher and avid football fan, wondered if the average American male could make an NFL team. So he declared himself an NFL prospect, brought along a documentary filmmaking crew and set out on a seemingly impossible quest. Tetlak's film is a lighthearted peek into the serious business of professional athletics and features appearances by David Garrard, Rashean Mathis, Chad Ocho Cinco, Joe Flacco, Doug Flutie, Snoop Dogg and P Diddy!

Tuesday, June 22-Thursday, June 24, 6:00 p.m.-10:30 p.m.
48 Hour Film Project Screenings

Florida Theatre, 128 East Forsyth Street
Find info about tickets for the 48 Hour Film Project at:

Monday, June 28, 6:30 p.m.
Cinemania Hometown Screening: Red Dirt Rising
Five Points Theatre
Admission: $6.50 for Cinemania members; $8.50 for public
Jacksonville's Kathleen "Bo" Bobak produced and directed Red Dirt Rising, a true American tale of love in the time of moonshine, when racing's earliest heroes were born. The story follows the lives of three young men who come of age to find escape from life's challenges on the track, ultimately shaping the future of their families and stock car racing during the Fightin' Forties. Some Jacksonville residents who worked on the film are: J. Amanda Davidson, screenwriter; Rita Manyette and Amanda Davidson, casting by Martini Shot Casting; Cindy Hogan, lead actor; Jennifer Christina Smith, costume design; Andy Howell, gaffer with his Applebox Productions resources; Ryan Shannon, electrician; Mac McDonald, extras casting; Karen Bosma, production coordinator; and Robert Zubick, production assistant.

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