The Newport Beach Film Festival
It’s hump day again, and to get you through the longest friggin’ day of the week, we have a short film in promotion of the Newport Beach Film Festival (April 25th-May 2nd) that we guarantee is packing some seriously bloody bite. Check it out!
A short film created by ad agency RPA and Tool of NA directing duo, Erich Joiner and DP Robert Richardson, three-time Academy Award®-winner (Django Unchained, Inglourious Basterds, Shutter Island, Kill Bill: Vol. 1 & 2), and acclaimed screenwriter Lee Aronsohn (“Two and a Half Men,” “Big Bang Theory”). Famous for playing against the Orange County conservative stereotype, the Newport Beach Film Festival continues to build a distinctive personality for itself as a powerful player in the national film festival circuit. This year’s advertising breaks away from the traditional 60-second format, evolving into a six-minute showpiece. Graphic, intense and unlike anything film festival-goers are prepared for, this hard-hitting short film takes the audience into a heightened state and then reminds them to relax — this is not real life — just particles of light on a screen, a demonstration of the incredible power of film.
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