Category archives for: Film

Beach Blanket Movie Night to be held Aug. 24 in Solana Beach

This family-friendly event is free and open to the public.

Bicoastal actress remembers Del Mar roots

Ashley Fox Linton. Courtesy photo

From Cygnet Theatre’s “Sweeney Todd” to The York Theatre’s “Flambe Dreams,” Ashley Fox Linton has starred in a variety of stage productions on both coasts. Still, the former Del Mar resident remembers her local roots.

New graphic novel ‘Head Smash’ to become a feature film

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The recent Comic Con drew thousands from all over the world; many of them in the entertainment industry who work in publishing, film, television and other fields. Vlad Yudin and Edwin Mejia are two of the countless people who come every year to check out all the festival has to offer and even push their own project

Canyon Crest Academy Foundation presents ‘Movies at the Market’ this summer

Emily Laliotis, a Canyon Crest Academy senior. / Courtesy photo

In conjunction with its weekly Carmel Valley Farmer’s Market, Canyon Crest Academy Foundation (CCAF) will host free Family Movie Nights on July 25 and August (date TBA).

Nationally recognized films screen at upcoming CCA Film Festival in Carmel Valley

A 2013 LA Film Festival selection and a national high school film festival honoree, both created by Canyon Crest Academy students, will be featured in the 7th Annual CCA Film Festival on Friday, May 17, at 7 p.m. in the Proscenium Theater. The film festival is the biggest fundraiser of the year for the Envision Cinema Conservatory program at CCA. Tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for students at the door.

Del Mar resident thriving as an independent filmmaker

Sue Vicory’s fourth film focuses on global humanity and the impact individuals can have

Spike and Mike Festival of Animation returns for 30th anniversary spectacular

Spike and Mike Festival

The Spike and Mike Festival of Animation is back for the 30th year

Carmel Valley teen to star in a feature film shot in San Diego

Aaron Acosta

Professional Youth Theatre is hosting a Wine and Cheese Fundraiser to benefit “Slingers,” a feature film cast and shot in San Diego using local children.

Cinema Society hosts evening of award-winning short films

‘What You Looking At?’ (U.K.)

If you’re a filmaholic, you’ve probably heard about the Cinema Society, and its director, Andy Friedenberg

Two films about autism to screen at Museum of Contemporary Art

Wesley and dog: Wesley Metcalfe and Mully, the co-stars of “With Me.” Courtesy

Two short films about the lives of autistic children will be shown at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 19, in Sherwood Auditorium

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