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Friday, April 29 • 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Why You Should Make A Bad Movie

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FILMMAKING: Why You Should Make A Bad Movie – The good news is –every filmmaker has bad films inside of them! This panel will discuss why it’s necessary to make your bad films and how to eventually make films that don’t suck.
Moderator: Dave DeBorde
Speakers: Joe Davison (Sorority of the Damned), Tony Armer (Terminal Kill), Robert Enriquez (The Cave) and Michael Baumgarten (Martial Arts Kid) John C. hall (Universal).
Time: 3:30pm-4:30pm, Friday, April 29th
Place:  AMC 13 Theaters

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Robert Enriquez

Sunscreen Film Festival WEST
With 30 years of experience in the entertainment industry Robert Enriquez is a veteran of mentoring and building the careers of young filmmakers and Actors. Robert is the West coast Director of the Sunscreen Film Festival. A festival previously backed by the Academy of Motion Picture... Read More →
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Tony Armer

Film Commissioner, St. Pete Clearwater Film Commission
Tony Armer is the Film Commissioner for St. Petersburg Clearwater (Pinellas County) FL, an Award Winning Filmmaker and the Founder and Former Executive Director of the internationally acclaimed Sunscreen Film Festival.  He works with hundreds of productions each year. In 2015 his... Read More →
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Joe Davison

Filmmaker, Actor
Joe Davison was born on November 14, 1975 in Zephyrhills, Florida, USA. Joe is a producer and actor, known for Stranger Things (2016), Hank and 100 Tears (2007).

Friday April 29, 2022 3:30pm - 4:30pm EDT
AMC Sundial, Workshops - Theater #13