SEEfest on YouTube
A young crew, under the direction of California State University at Long Beach film student Daylyn Paul, put together a short documentary featuring interviews with several people working with SEEfest in various capacities. They added a few clips from the upcoming 2020 festival lineup as no more in-person interviews were possible due to COVID-19. We thank Daylyn and her fellow students, and invite you to check out their work!
Another short video on the SEEfest channel gives a closer look at our Accelerator scene workshop. We are grateful to the four L.A. based actors for making this an enjoyable and worthwhile experience for writers who participated in this year’s Accelerator.
SEEfest filmmaker at Palm Springs International Shortfest
Our alumna Tahmina Rafaella, the multi-talented Azerbaijani writer/director/actress whose feature debut film INNER CITY premiered at SEEfest 2017, will have her new short fiction film A WOMAN as part of the Palm Springs International Shortfest online. Congratulations to Tahmina, and we look forward to showcasing her new work for SEEfest audiences as well.
Love Balkan dancing?
Cafe Aman, the long-running folk dance appreciation classes and get-togethers founded and organized by Ian Price and Madelyn Taylor had its first facebook-live event on June 13. Join the merry and very diverse group of Angelinos for a taste of exuberant kolo dancing. It’s great exercise, too!
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FRIENDS OF SEEFEST
SEEfest program and activities are supported, in part, by the California Arts Council, a state agency; Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Los Angeles County Department of Arts and Culture; and by an Arts Grant from the City of West Hollywood. Special thanks to ELMA, and the Hollywood Foreign Press Association for their continued support of our programs.