Indigenous Film Retreats Celebrate USA Holiday This Weekend With Workshops And Films

Walker Entertainer Academy Offers Free Independent Film Community Service
By: Indigenous Film Retreats
RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif. - Oct. 5, 2021 - PRLog -- For this weekend's Indigenous Peoples' Holiday at Residence Inn, 9299 Haven, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730, Walker Entertainer Academy presents Indigenous Film Retreats (IFR) 2021 short film screenings and marketing discussions plus professional presentations at no cost to independent film lovers and industry representatives. With activities aimed at strengthening under-represented artists' entertainment industry presence, gain Covid-19 mitigation, physically distant, limited seating via the web at Vaccination proof required for admission.

Multi award winning movies scheduled to screen and have their marketing discussed this weekend include: the world premiere of EMMY award winner Mark Adler's directing of San Francisco North Bay's "33rd Amendment" timely musical short film with lead singer Billy Bramblett; the world premiere of the San Francisco South Bay's Mike Williams and San Bernardino's Travis Walker's "Realize Your Potential" useful web series pilot "Pandemic Prospering Part 1"; and Los Angeles' Vahan Bedelian directed Chaplinesque micro short film "WineGame" starring Phillip E. Walker. See film clips below. Additional film makers interested in attending this desert retreat while having their under 16 minute work showcased and discussed can register free at

Further, a different educational presentation each day of the Holiday weekend will include: Saturday's internationally traveled, multi award winning "Hollywood Actor Jobs" full-time talent employment workshop by Phillip E. Walker-MFA; Paul Sinacore Casting's "Diversity Inclusion & Sensitivity Employment in Hollywood" Keynote discussion on Sunday; and during the Monday Indigenous Holiday itself, a report on the Realize Now "Financial Basics Flashcards" educational literacy for the underserved campaign by Mike Williams-LMFT and Travis D. Walker-JD. Hollywood DJ Nephew will spin for the Sunday Dance Party and Monday includes awards presentations.

Helping to select films' that win this year's Top Poster, Top Commercial and the 2021 IEF Grand Prize awards are Special Guest Judges including: the international 48 Hour Film Project Founder/CEO Mark Ruppert hailing from Washington, DC; the community service top 5 ranked Indiana State University's new Director of Accessibility and Inclusion Hope D. Williams; Hollywood TCL Chinese Theater Indie Night MC Q-Nice; the Independent-Empire regional networking platform creator Pat Trimmer plus Paul Sinacore-CSA will also serve as a Special Guest Judge. Additional Southern California based professionals are being asked to also serve as Judges. Entertainment and/or multicultural specialists interested in volunteering should contact us right away.

Helping keep attendees safe is Atlanta's 100% female own, FDA approved, Total Sanitizer, Inc.. Also, sponsoring this 7th annual Indigenous celebration is locally based streaming short film channel, Inland Empire Films, which is currently offering pre-launch, inaugural year long subscriptions for a 50% discount of only $19.97.

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