ABOUT THE OTHER VENICE FILM FESTIVAL
Venice, CA has always been an epicenter for LA artists and filmmakers who continue to pave the way toward expanding the language of underground, alternative cinema. The Other Venice Film Festival bridges the community of Venice and that of greater Los Angeles together in a competitive, fun-filled weekend of movies and mayhem.
The Other Venice Film festival is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the discovery and development of independent artists and audiences. Through its programs, the OVFF seeks to discover, support, and inspire independent film and theater artists from Venice and around the world, and to introduce audiences to their new work.
Festival Overview: Many historians suggest that film making in Los Angeles was born in Venice, with Charlie Chaplin, Buster Keaton, The Keystone Cops and the Little Rascals all shooting in studios and locations here. Join the festival that celebrates the original 'Hollywood' and local filmmaking greats like Roger Corman and James Cameron that base their studios in Venice. Venice Beach is still home to many industry businesses, including production, casting, sound, special effects and post houses.
The Other Venice Film Festival is named that way because there already is a Venice Film Festival - in Venice, Italy. Our festival is produced by a core team of professionals, awesome volunteers and strong community support.
Venue: Beyond Baroque 681 Venice Blvd Venice Ca,90291
Christopher D. Hall
His Professional Career as a Graphic and fine artist includes: Product illustration and creative layouts for Sears, May Company, Lucas Oil, McDonalds and Netflix.
Christopher also worked as a consultant for Disney Entertainment Arts.
Chris has been the resident artist for the Other Venice Film Festival since 2007.
Reuben De La Casas (Festival Founder)
Ruby is the producer of Ruby Tuesdays - a multifaceted Variety show that has captivated the attention of L.A. which for three years has been an extremely successful monthly feature at Slave Salon Abbot Kinney Blvd Venice Ca. Ruby Tuesdays has been featured in the Los Angeles Times" Taking Hairdressing beyond Hairdressing", Canadian City TV, The Argonaut where Ruby was named the" Ed Sullivan of Venice". Ruby has been at the vanguard of hair design in Los Angeles for over 25 years and has been Festival Director & Producer for 12years Reuben has lived in Venice for 20 Years He assisted in planting the palm trees on Abbot Kinney Blvd,Lead on Petition for parking on Electric Ave, assisted Petition for change from West Washington Blvd to Abbot Kinney,Member of the Abbot Kinney Association 1995-2004 & Programmed the Venice Disasters Awarest for the City Of Los Angeles 2001-2004. He has been awarded accommodation twice 2003/2005 by the City of Los Angeles for Community Service in Venice & Owner of Master Hair Designer.Com
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