Archive for August, 2007

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!

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

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Mark Boone Junior

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Jake La Botz

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Lara Phillips and Paul Dillon

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ONWY Director of Photography Joe Montgomery & Joe D’Augustine

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Composer Daniele Luppi & Joe D’Augustine

Julia Vera & Joe D’

Julia Vera & Joe D’Augustine

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Tony Collucci & Joe D’Augustine

Chinhda Khommarath, Joe D’ & Boone

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

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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: http://estespark.bside.com/?_view=_filmdetails&filmId=30075584

Don’t Miss One Night With You Tomorrow Night (Thursday 8/16) at the A+D Museum L.A.

Wednesday, August 15th, 2007

WHAT: Indie feature “One Night With You” (dir. Joe d’Augustine)

WHERE: A+D Museum, 5900 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90036

WHEN: Thursday, August 16, 2007, 8:30pm (”One Night” screens) - 6:30pm (documentary program starts), 7:30 Shorts Program

COST: $5, includes screening and museum entry

PARKING: $5 for secure parking, enter off Spaulding on east side of museum

STARS: Mark Boone Junior (attending; “Batman Begins,” “Memento”), Michael Parks (”Kill Bill Vol. I & II,” “From Dusk Till Dawn”), Jake La Botz (”Animal Factory,” “Ghost World”), Paul Dillon, Gary Farmer, James Hong, Peter Stormare.

Winner “Spirit of Silver Lake” Award Silver Lake Film Festival, 2007

Joe D’Augustine on FilmNut @ thestream.tv

Thursday, August 2nd, 2007

Filmnut - One Night with You

Watch This Episode on www.theStream.tv

Click on Joe’s photo to watch Joe on FilmNut.

Joe D’Augustine on FilmNut Tonight, August 1 @ 8:00pm www.thestream.tv

Wednesday, August 1st, 2007

Joe D’Augustine is scheduled to appear on www.thestream.tv ’s show Filmnut tonight, August 1st at 8:00pm. Watch it live or anytime at www.thestream.tv . Joe will share his thoughts on editing and his experiences directing his first feature film, One Night With You.

Neo-noir comedy feature “One Night With You” screens at NewFilmmakers at A+D Museum

Wednesday, August 1st, 2007

For immediate release

August 1, 2007

WHAT: Indie feature “One Night With You” (dir. Joe d’Augustine)
WHERE: A+D Museum, 5900 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90036
WHEN: Thursday, August 16, 2007, 6:30pm (documentary program starts), 8:55pm (”One Night” screens)
COST: $5, includes screening and museum entry
PARKING: $5 for secure parking, enter off Spaulding on east side of museum
STARS: Mark Boone Junior (attending; “Batman Begins,” “Memento”), Michael Parks (”Kill Bill Vol. I & II,” “From Dusk Till Dawn”), Jake La Botz (”Animal Factory,” “Ghost World”), Paul Dillon, Gary Farmer, James Hong, Peter Stormare.

Winner “Spirit of Silver Lake” Award – Silver Lake Film Festival, 2007

“Fresh, well written, genuinely funny.” –Jenny Burman, LA Observed

LOS ANGELES- As an editor, first-time director Joe D’Augustine has worked with Robert Downey Sr., Michael Cimino and Quentin Tarantino. His recent projects include “Death Proof” and restoring Sergio Leone’s “The Good, The Bad and the Ugly.” D’Augustine got the inspiration for his feature debut in the 1970s, when his kid brother Robbie worked a magical spell on their depressed uncle Ralph, luring him out of a deep funk by sprinkling baby powder and “holy water” on the retired boxer.

This image of a strong man locked inside himself and brought back into the world for one last spree became the story of Jake Tarlow (Mark Boone Junior), the down-on-his-luck hustler who can pay off his bookie if he can just track down reclusive author Hunter Burnell (Michael Parks) and deliver him to a movie producer who wants to option a book. Jake and his Black Dahlia-obsessed buddy Eddie (Jake La Botz) find Hunter semi-catatonic in an East LA garage and kidnap him, kicking off a hilarious Eastside goose chase as the unpredictable Hunter slips away to enjoy booze, broads and cocaine, all paid for with Jake’s money.

Blending a film noir sensibility with slapstick physical comedy, exquisite location cinematography with a jazzy score from two Italian cinema legends, guitarist Alessandro Alessandroni (Sergio Leone’s whistler) and keyboard player Antonello Vannucchi, “One Night With You” is a love letter to the east side of Los Angeles and a hugely entertaining character study as funny as it’s poignant.

“One Night With You” is the featured film at The New Filmmakers’ Series August 16 film program, which also includes an opportunity to see the A+D Museum’s exhibition “Sauma [Design as Cultural Interface]” and the following short films: “South Central Farmers” (documentary, dir. Ross Guidici, about the battle to save an urban farm south of downtown), “Recyclergy” (documentary, dir. Jeremy Kaller, about the recycling subculture in the San Francisco Bay Area). Shorts: “The Intruder” (short animated thriller, dir. Alessandro Ceglia), “Grace” (short from AFI’s Directing Worskhop for Women, dir. Camille Cellucci); “Christopher Brennan Saves the World” (short teen comedy, dir. Jesse Dykstra). The program closes with a Q&A with director Joe D’Augustine and production manager Heather D’Augustine. And all for the bargain price of $5.

Also of note, Joe D’Augustine’s film blog at http://www.filmforno.com. Joe has been invited by Quentin Tarantino to attend the Venice Film Festival’s program on Spaghetti Westerns (curated by QT), and will blog live from the festival beginning the last week of August.

Director Joe D’Augustine and star Mark Boone Junior are available for interviews. Contact Heather D’Augustine, heather@khpreleasing.com, 323-350-1532.

Screener DVD’s are available upon request.

For more information on the film, visit http://www.khpreleasing.com
NewFilmmakers website http://www.newfilmmakers.com
A+D Museum website http://www.aplusd.org