Film Courage presents ONE HOUR FANTASY GIRL
LA Talk Radio's Film Courage is proud to announce the 7th 'Film Courage Interactive' at the Downtown Independent on Monday, July 26th, 2010 from 7:00 pm to 11:00 pm. Film Courage-The Radio Show's David Branin and Karen Worden will host the interactive featuring a screening for charity of the One Hour Fantasy Girl. Based on a true story, One Hour Fantasy Girl is a new critically acclaimed coming-of-age drama written/directed by Latino filmmaker Edgar Michael Bravo (I'll Love You Forever...Tonight, Three Stages of Stan) and produced by John Paul Rice (formerly with Mandate Pictures, producers of Juno, The Grudge, Harold and Kumar). The film starsnew-comers Kelly-Ann Tursi, Jon Morgan Woodward, Joe Luckay, Paul D. Nguyen and many others who have been praised for their stand-out performances.
The film is a poignant story of a young woman from the mid-west trying to make a better life for herself in Hollywood working as a no-sex call girl, believing she can pursue the American Dream without compromising her beliefs or goals. Endorsed by the Coalition for the Homeless for it's social issue merits.
Film Courage's Karen Worden on One Hour Fantasy Girl:
"OHFG reveals the lonely existence of a sought-after fantasy model, hinting at the desperate circumstances prompting a young woman to choose this path. It beautifully exhibits the darkness of clientele seeking young women and its willing participants, prompting the viewer to wonder who is exploiting whom; the client seeking variety, or the girl needing validation and control."
The Film Courage Interactive is a two-part event. The beginning will contain a film screening with Director's Q&A. The second part involves an in-depth discussion among fellow filmmakers/actors/writers and the like on upcoming projects, the current state of independent film and epiphanies about the business. The goal of the Film Courage Interactive is to build an appetite for independent film and bring artists together in a collaborative setting.
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