Posted on Wednesday May 3, 2006 by Steven Fischer
May and June are filling up. In addition to preparing for IFP New York, continuing to edit Freedom Dance, and work on paid gigs for Blue Dot (cartoons) and NVCC-TV in Northern Virginia (writing/producing a show on regional animation), the Maryland Film Festival begins May 11. Actor-friend Michael Styer has a piece in the fest called A Short Film Regarding Possibility which screens Friday, May 12 at 9:30pm at the Charles IV Theater! Check it out if you’re in Baltimore!
On May 14, Peggy Davison (of The Angels fame, and step-mom to our attorney Diane Davison) will be performing at the Cedarhurst Cafe in Finksburg, Maryland.
On May 19, actor-friend Brian Naughton, who just played a part with John Heard in a recent pilot shot in DC, is being honored along with Steve Jackson by the local filmmaking community at a celebration to be held at Johns Hopkins University.
May 20 is of course the big gala event in DC for the American Hungarian Federation at which I will set up a table promoting Freedom Dance.
The Regional Emmy’s are June 10. And SilverDocs begins June 13 and runs to the 18th.
Somewhere throughout this I’ve got work to do on Jim Camacho’s music video, Colors, which has a deadline of August.
Thank the Lord for espresso! Liquid life.