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ReelHeART International Film Festival Reels in One Night With You

Wednesday, March 12th, 2008


We’re thrilled to announce that the Canadian premiere of One Night With You will be held in Toronto at the ReelHeART International Film Festival (RHIFF) June 16-21 2008.

Known as “The Filmmaker’s Film Festival” RHIFF will feature over 100 films from 35 countries - including One Night With You in the feature film category.

One Night With You Stars Boone & La Botz in Recent High Profile Films

Wednesday, March 12th, 2008


Mark Boone Junior (right) in Frozen River

Mark Boone Junior (who plays Jake in One Night With You) appears in the film “Frozen River” which won the Grand Jury Prize for best film drama at Sundance 08.

Jake La Botz (who plays Eddie in One Night With You) is currently appearing in RAMBO with Sylvester Stallone.

Jake, who is also a very talented musician, sings two songs in RAMBO. Below is a clip of Jake performing on his Tattoo Across America tour. His latest album “Graveyard Jones” is great - we highly recommend it. You can get it through his website at:

The song featured in this video, “Lay Down The Bottle,” is from another of Jake’s excellent albums “Original Soundtrack to My Nightmare.”

Fetish Quartet Video

Wednesday, December 19th, 2007

A video that Joe D’Augustine (Director of One Night With You) directed for ONWY Composer Daniele Luppi’s great album An Italian Story. An Italian Story is available on vinyl and CD via Luppi’s website:

Leonard Mann Intervew - Film Forno Podcast

Saturday, December 15th, 2007


Leonard Mann Interview

Leonard Mann and Joe D’Augustine discuss Mann’s experiences as an actor during the golden age of Italian cinema (1968-1979).  Recorded at the Edna Valley vineyard of cinematographer Joseph Montgomery on December 9, 2007.

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One Night With You Star Mark Boone Junior Gets Rave Reviews in 30 Days of Night

Wednesday, October 17th, 2007


“While Danny Huston is appropriately creepy and menacing as the vampire leader, the standout performance once again comes from Mark Boone Junior, who plays a fearless town outcast who does the best construction equipment beat-down since Sigourney Weaver climbed in that “Aliens” forklift robot thing.”

“What could be better than Mark Boone Junior driving around in some kind of chainsaw-esque tractor, slicing through multiple baddies while simultaneously blowing away others with a shotgun? Exactly. Nothing could be better. In fact, I think I like this scene better than that sequence in Dawn of the Dead where they’re driving the modified bus around. But that partially has to do with my appreciation for Mark Boone Junior. He just looks like the perfect guy to be in charge of a task like this.”

“In particular, Mark Boone Junior is great as Beau, creating a character that has excellent moments of both humor and pathos.”

“Although the film is supposed to be a vehicle for Hartnett, he isn’t the leading man you want to root for. Mark Boone Junior, best known as corrupt cop Flass in “Batman Begins” gives a great supporting performance as a grizzled townsman who fearlessly takes on the entire Vampire clan with a snow plow equipped with, flares, dynamite and bear traps. He has a full beard unlike Hartnett who barely grows peach fuzz after not shaving for a month.”

“The best character in the movie is town recluse and snow plow driver Beau Brower, played by the always cool Mark Boone Junior. His character’s back story is interesting, he’s got plenty of screen charisma, he can act and make you care about him, and he gets three great scenes kicking vampire butt. Why isn’t the movie about him? Why isn’t he able to redeem his death fighting vampires in “John Carpenter’s Vampires”?”

The supporting cast is very nice with my favourite being the amazing Mark Boone Junior (Memento, Batman Begins) playing the stereotypical bad mutha effa who lives on the outskirts of town as a live-for-nothing drifter man’s man.

“Mountain man Beau (an awesome Mark Boone Junior) embodies the strange stock that would choose to live somewhere like that…”

From TV
“Mark Boone Jr. makes a vivid impression as eccentric loner Beau Brower…”

One Night With You Filmmakers’ Vineyard Featured on KPCC’s Off-Ramp

Tuesday, October 9th, 2007

One Night With You Filmmakers Joe & Heather D’Augustine were featured on the October 6th airing of the KPCC Radio program Off-Ramp. The show focused on the filmmakers’ other love: grape-growing and winemaking.


Photo by Off-Ramp Producer, Queena Kim


Joe and grapes

You can stream the show or download the podcast at:

Queena Kim and Tanya Miller of Local Frequencies also produced a short video about the vineyard:


The D’Augustine Vineyard is in Echo Park, California just a mile or so from downtown Los Angeles.

Estes Park Film Festival Best Director Award Goes to Joe D’Augustine, One Night With You

Tuesday, September 18th, 2007

An amazing film festival weekend at the Estes Park Film Festival culminated at the Sunday evening awards ceremony where Joe D’Augustine, director of One Night With You was awarded Best Director of the festival.


“Having the opportunity to screen One Night With You in 35mm in the Historic Park Theatre, the oldest movie house west of the Mississippi - that alone was an unforgettable honor” said Joe D’Augustine. “To win Best Director of the festival on top of that… I’m speechless. My wife and filmmaking partner Heather D’Augustine and I had such an amazing time at this festival. The scenery, the people, the impeccably run festival - it doesn’t get much better than this for a filmmaker. We’d really like to thank the Estes Park Film Festival, the Park Theatre, all the volunteers, audience members, sponsors and my fellow filmmakers for contributing to an awesome weekend of film.”


Joe D’Augustine with Jenna MacGregor (left) and Sharon Seeley (right)
owners of the Park Theater and sponsors of the festival’s
Best Director award.

Visit Joe D’Augustine’s blog on film for more reflections on the 2007 Estes Park Film Festival.
One Night With You’s film festival scrapbook from the Estes Park Film festival coming soon at:


One Night With You Gets Nod from the New Orleans Film Festival

Friday, September 7th, 2007


The New Orleans Film Festival takes place from October 11 - October 18, 2007. Details regarding One Night With You screening dates and times will be updated when they become available. Hope to see you in New Orleans!

Photos from 8/16/07 NewFilmmakersLA Screening of One Night With You

Tuesday, August 28th, 2007

It was a great night for One Night With You at the A+D Museum (even if it was a tad bit hot on account of no air conditioning). We had a full house - a great audience. Thanks NewFilmmakersLA, the A+D Museum, the screening attendees and the other filmmakers who shared the evening with us. We had a wonderful time!


Paul Dillon, Jake La Botz, Joe D’Augustine, Heather D’Augustine, Mark Boone Junior


Mark Boone Junior


Jake La Botz


Lara Phillips and Paul Dillon


ONWY Director of Photography Joe Montgomery & Joe D’Augustine


Composer Daniele Luppi & Joe D’Augustine

Julia Vera & Joe D’

Julia Vera & Joe D’Augustine


Tony Collucci & Joe D’Augustine

Chinhda Khommarath, Joe D’ & Boone

Chinhda Khommarath (Location Sound and on set MacGuyver), Joe D’Augustine, Mark Boone Junior


Abby Brammell & Raven Hughes

Boone & Joe



Promo for Estes Park Film Festival

Tuesday, August 21st, 2007

Here’s the promo for the Estes Park Film Festival - it includes scenes of Mark Boone Junior in One Night With You:

The Estes Park Film Festival runs September 14 through 16th. One Night With You screens @ 9:00pm on September 15th at the Historic Park Theater - the oldest movie theater west of the Mississippi.

For more information go to: