The LOS ANGELES PREMIERE of TESLA will be Saturday, December 4, 2021 at the Culver City Film Festival. It will screen as part of the Block Z Shorts Program at 6:00PM in Theater 8 of the Cinemark 18 & XD Theater, 6081 Center Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90045. For tickets and information see siliconbeachfilmfestival.ticketspice.com/2021-culver-city-film-festival and twitter.com/culvercityff. Spread the word!
TESLA won BEST OF THE FEST at the Copa Shorts Film Festival, which happened on November 6 and 7, 2021. You can view the announcement at copashortsfilmfest.org We are also featured prominently on their homepage in their promotional video!
The SOUTHWEST PREMIERE of TESLA will be at the 27th Sedona International Film Festival in Sedona, Arizona, where it is an Official Selection. It will screen as part of Shorts Program 4 at the Harkins Sedona at 1:00pm on Tuesday, June 15, 2021 and again at 7:00pm on Thursday, June 17. For tickets and information please go to sedonafilmfestival.com and facebook.com/sedonainternationalfilmfestival. Spread the word!
My short film Tesla will have its World Premiere at the 51st annual USA Film Festival, where it is both an Official Selection and a finalist in the International Short Film and Video Competition.
Tesla will screen as part of the Comedic Short Films program on Friday, April 23rd, at 7:00pm in the Angelika Film Center in Dallas, Texas. Tickets are *free* and the public may reserve tickets beginning Friday, April 16th by calling 214-821-6300. Walk-up tickets are not available.
Synopsis: Tesla is a comedy about listening. It’s the colorful tale of an earnest engineering student forced to take desperate action in order to make herself heard by her agonizingly masculine downstairs neighbor…who may or may not be playing the loud music that’s keeping her awake at night. The film is an ironic look at what happens when men refuse to listen to women and ultimately makes an appeal for us all to stop assuming and just listen. Starring Christy St. John, Nick Theurer, and Kimia Behpoornia.
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