-- Press Release --
CROCKER ART MUSEUM presents
“A Place Called Sacramento” – The 12 Annual Film Project
The Crocker Art is pleased to present an encore screening of the 2011 “Place Called Sacramento” film festival. Friends of Access Sacramento, PCS filmmakers and fans are invited to celebrate, again, the 10 short films first premiered last October at the Crest Theatre.
Crocker Art Museum
Thursday February 2, 2012
Show starts at 6:30 p.m.
Tickets: $4 for Crocker Members
At the door: Non-members $10.00
by Dänna Wilberg
Suzanne Cash's "Spontaneous Healing" work earns recognition...at the price of an enemy.
Official Entry 2011
"A Place Called Sacramento"
Graphic Design Erik Pedersen - photo Michael Madden
"Borrowed Time" premiered at Sacramento's Crest Theater October 2, 2011
Great Cast and Crew Call May 18th. We were so happy to be a part of this wonderful experience. Ten film makers gathered to launch "A Place Called Sacramento" Film Festival 2011...
Thank you Access!
and Lucy SteffensSacramento's Film Commissioner
Writer/Producer Danna Wilberg
at "Cast and Crew Call"
Once again, my gratitude to Michael Bayard and Eva Caperon for inspiring me with their beautiful, haunting music - Alan Parson's song, "Time".
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
Our thanks to Guneet Bajwa, Helena, Angela and Curt at the Sterling Hotel for granting us permission to film on their exquisite premises.
1300 H Street
1300 H Street
(Located in Sterling Hotel)
We would like to thank the Sacramento Fire Department for assiting with our scene at the Sterling Hotel.
Our Gratitude to Paramedic Steve Wilburn from the
El Dorado County Fire Department for stepping in on short notice to help with our film. This collaborative effort is what "A Place Called Sacramento" is all about! You meet the nicest people!
Paramedic Steve Wilburn and Production Manager Lisa Farr
Huge thanks to Folsom Cordova Unified School District for saying "YES" to our REQUEST! We needed a school bus for one of our scenes...Don Butler and Stephen Nichols said, "We believe in helping with community projects- you can count on us!"
Sandy Connelly jumped right in!
Wow...love their enthusiasm!!
Thank you to Blake Harrisfor creating artwork for our "house" scene!
We tried to get him to fill in as an extra, but he stayed true to his craft! What talent!!
We would like to thank Janet Hoagland for providing our "house" location! She welcomed our cast and crew into her home with open arms!
Janet Hoagland (left) Diane Boyd - AD (right)
Thank you the folks at the
Pati Brown, Eva Forni and Casey
Our Deepest Gratitude to the folks at
Ever try finding a medical center who will let you film on their premises? All it takes is one act of kindness! Thank you to Elizabeth Valente, Renè Engelhart, Tina Rizzo, Laurie Roina and Gail Carrethers atSamuel Merritt University!!
We couldn't have finished our project without your help!
The O'Hare's Rock!!
HUGE THANKS to the O'Hare's for opening their home to us for the
"Night Pool" scene!
Thanks to David and Sarah Jimenez for donating craft services for our "Night Pool" shoot. They brought 5 different kinds of BBQ chicken! De-lish!
Thank you to Diane Boyd for opening her home to us for "Day Pool Scene"
We appreciate the 5% discount we recieved from Folsom Medical Supply for some of our props.
Folsom, Ca. 95630