Homecoming was featured in the August 2011 edition of the Military Connection Newsletter. For those of you who don’t know what Military Connection is, it is a website dedicated to all things military. The site provides all the information you would ever need about joining any of the various branches of the military.
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Gingger Shankar was recently chosen as one of the 25 New Faces of Independent Film, presented by Filmmaker Magazine. Shankar provided the original music for Homecoming, which will be shown at this year’s event on August 19th in Tacoma, Washington. Not only will she be attending the event, she will also be introducing and talking about the film’s showing at the Grand Cinema.
Shankar grew up in LA and India and is an accomplished composer, violinist, and singer. Besides Homecoming, Shankar’s other scores include The Passion of the Christ (2004), Charlie Wilson’s War (2007), and Circumstance (2011), which comes out nationally on August 26th.
Join Shankar at the Grand Cinema for a chance to see Homecoming and to meet one of independent film’s most talented composers.
Homecoming will be showing at:
The Grand Cinema
August 19, 2011 at 7pm
August 24, 2011 at 2:15pm
Our screening times are set! We are showing in Theater #2 at West Orange 5 Cinemas in Ocoee Florida at 7:15 pm on Friday the 2nd of September. The film will be shown again in Theater #1 at 5:15 pm on Monday the 5th. We hope you can save the dates to come out and support Homecoming and independent filmmaking at the Central Florida Film Festival!
For tickets, contact West Orange 5 Cinemas
1575 Maguire Rd
Ocoee, FL 34761
Phone: (407) 877-8111
Homecoming is an Official Selection at the Vegas Cine Fest in Las Vegas, Nevada! We’ll update you as we get word on our screening times. In the meantime, save room on your calendar to support independent filmmaking in Las Vegas! (The festival runs August 25-27, 2011)
We just got word that we are an Official Selection at the Columbia Gorge International Film Festival in Vancouver, Washington. We’ll update you as we get word on our screening times. In the meantime, save room on your calendar to support independent filmmaking in the Columbia Gorge region! (The festival runs August 10-14, 2011)