On October 4th, 2009 the Crest Theater premiered 12 films for "A Place Called Sacramento" film festival...
was voted Audience "Favorite"
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"A Place Called Sacramento"
Producer/Writer Dänna Wilberg
and Director, Gary Nyland - Starlite Studios, were very excited that "The Push" was chosen to be one of twelve films featured in "A Place Called Sacramento" Film Festival, shown at the Crest Theater, Sunday, October 4, 2009. We are elated and honored, that we we won an award! Thank you to those who attended the premier and voted for us -- a special thanks to our amazing familes, cast and crew!
Congratulations to the other 11 film makers for their incredible talent!
It takes enormous dedication and desire to see each film project to completion. Film makers face many challenges, unforeseeable obstacles, and sometimes the process can be quite taxing. However, there are kind people along the way who pitch in and help. It is these people who deserve accolades long before the movie hits the big screen!
OUR SINCEREST THANKS...
The following musicians have donated their talent to this film:
Caryne J. Anglin - "Unplugged"
- Copies for purchase -
Prior to her career as a clairvoyant, J. Caryne Anglin spent most of her life as a professional musician, doing musical theatre, live band gigs, studio work, and commercials, including one for Coors Beer. At age 21, she signed a recording contract as a singer/songwriter/musician in Los Angeles, but her music was not released into the public market at that time. With the birth of Alternative music, however, her songs have gained considerable popularity.
Michael Bayard - "Midnight Supper"
- Copies for purchase -
Michael Bayard/ Rhythm Magic Records - 916-683-2575
featuring vocals by Eva Caperon - Grammy Award winner, Mary Youngblood (flute)
"Midnight Supper" crew
Steve Walker / Point Source Sound – 916-635-0370
Jerry Wood- flute, Captain Jared Brech
2900 Freeport Blvd
Sacramento, CA 95818
Mon - Sat: 9am - 7pm
Sundays: 9am - 6pm
Without Taylor Market's generous consent to film on their premises, "The Push," may not have been submitted. Thanks Dave!
If you have never been to Taylor's Market you are missing out! Old World charm meets new age sophistication! Treat yourself!
McClatchy High School
Thank you to
Jerry Lynn Crosby
Can you imagine someone knocking on your door, asking to borrow your house for a film? Can you imagine saying "YES"
Thanks to Michael Carroll for saying "yes."
Thanks to Joshua Rinehart fo saying "yes!"
Thanks to Here's The Scoop! for their donation.
Ron Rucker and wife Melinda have been doing business at 3051 Freeport Blvd., Sacramento for 8 years . They believe in "keeping it local", using Gunther's ice cream, Coffee Works and Morant's hotlinks.
Thank you to
for their donation!
3418 Folsom Blvd
Sacramento, CA 95816-5312
Did you know, Coffee Works serves only organically grown coffee and their bakery goods are baked fresh daily?
We are grateful to Zack Edmunds for providing craft services for our T Street shoot. Stop in and say "Hi" to these people who are supporting our community projects with their generous donations! Don't forget o try theBEST scones! They melt in your mouth! YUM!
Feeding the Crew!
Thank you to Kiran and Eugene Daas at Cottage Market for donating lunch to our cast and crew the day of our shoot!
Stop by and see these wonderful folks at : Cottage Market
2130 51st Street
Thanks to Paul at "Original Pete's" Pizza for providing us with dinner on the last night of our shoot!
4571 Gateway Park Blvd. C1
Sacramento, Ca. 95834
I want to thank my beautiful Mother for baking brownies and pound cake for the cast and crew!
Am I a lucky girl or what?
Some props you can't keep in the closet!
My deepest Thanks to Donna Benedict for loaning us her Blazer and her son James Stenberg to drive it for us!
Thank You to Donna Schmidt and Joanne Fried at
U-Haul for donating the use of an 5 x 10 trailer for our film!
U-HAUL CTR 65TH ST
2738 65TH STREET
(& HWY 50)
SACRAMENTO , CA 95817
Manager: Enrique Ramirez
Thanks to Terry Dennis (my wonderful brother) for the use of his car!
We are grateful to Ron Cooper and his wonderful staff at Access Sacramento for continuing support to "A Place Called Sacramento" and it's participants.
To everyone who provides donations, locations, craft services, props, costumes,...you name it...WE LOVE YOU!
If you would like to make a donation or offer your services for this years "A Place Called Sacramento" contact: accesssacramento.org. Let them know how you can help.
We hope to see you again! Check back later for new updates to our website. There's much more to come!