20th Annual “A Place Called Sacramento” Film Festival

20th Annual “A Place Called Sacramento” Film Festival

Invite your family, friends and strangers you want to impress! It’s a great show about a great Place Called - Sacramento! General Admission seating – “A Place Called Sacramento” also acts as a fundraiser for local community media. All productions are family friendly films, suitable for children 12 and older.

2019 “A Place Called Sacramento” - Ten Selected Film Projects

World Premiere October 5, 2019 – 7 pm – Crest Theatre



"By Any Other Name" by Leonard Feldman - Sacramento claims a civil rights victory when two courageous school workers tackle the system to remove a historically racist name from a local public school.

"ChefNSacramento " by Samantha K. Henderson - Many dads will do almost anything to help out their kid, but one Sacramento father may find he can only really help his daughter by doing exactly what he already does best.

"Crème Brûlée" by Judi Price - Will an insecure woman realize the value of true love when she's caught lying to the woman of her dreams?

"Emma" by Robert Norwood - A man accidentally meets the woman of his dreams at a Sacramento coffee shop, but an unlikely cancer diagnosis threatens their future together.

"Empty Nest" by M.L. Hamilton - Natalie always knew her daughter would one day leave Sacramento for college, but she never dreamed she'd have so many feelings about being an "empty nester.”

"Family Love" by Kimberly Spears - After the sudden death of their mother, Katelyn and her young siblings battle adversity in hopes "Family Love" will be the force that keeps them together.

"Flight of the Heron" by Olivia Reedy & Todd Bull - A young Chinese-American med student is transported back in time to historic Sacramento, but things get even more complicated when she must convince her ancestor to defy a Chinese immigration ban and smuggle his wife into the U.S.

"Funny Money " by Trey Van Dyke & Christina Castro - They say laughter is the best medicine, but is it the cure to a better life?

"Oedipus Weeps" by Amy Lawrence - For many people, writer’s block is a minor inconvenience, for Ben it may prove to be fatal.

"Passages" by Vert Wright & David H. Perez, Jr. - When Rose's mind descends into confusion, can the love of her children protect her from the ravages of time?

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