July 29, 2009 > Film Preview: Fremont Film Forum presents Eyes of a Blue Dog
Film Preview: Fremont Film Forum presents Eyes of a Blue Dog
A man and a woman- suffering from loneliness, each in their own way, feel deeply connected to one another in a world of dreams. Even as their attraction for each other is powerful, they seem unable to bring their love to reality.
This is the subject of the new short movie, Eyes of a Blue Dog, directed by Rasec Ozal, and co-produced by Rasec and Cony Manriquez. This film is an adaptation of the 1950 short story by renowned Columbian writer Gabriel Garcia Marquez. The movie stars Julia Heller and Doug Olsson, two talented actors from the San Francisco bay area.
Director Rasec Ozal and co-producer Cony Manriquez are members of the Fremont Film Forum (F3), a working group of the Fremont Cultural Art Council. The short movie was shot in high definition at Red Wolf Studios in Fremont. F3 is a network of film professionals, students and enthusiasts, including directors, producers, writers, talents, musicians, editors, and marketers who strive to bring film projects to life. They have produced several short films, including Vision of Success, directed by Cony Manriquez, and Caffeine Fix, directed by Sandeep Dey. In addition, they have participated in two 48 Hours Film Project contests with Call Me Kate, directed by Kristin Robin in 2007, and Rocking Dreams in 2008, directed by Steven Lang.
Eyes of a Blue Dog will be screened at the Edison Theater, home of the Niles Essanany Silent Film Museum in the historic Niles district of Fremont. Please note, this is not a silent film and is intended for an adult audience. The length of the film is 20 minutes and there is no charge to attend.
Eyes of a Blue Dog
Sunday, August 9
37417 Niles Blvd., Fremont
Contact Rasec Ozal (510) 979-5615
Free of charge