Rincon International Film Festival Event – August 17, 2013
If you missed out on the Rincon International Film Festival’s incredibly successful event in April 2013, you have a second chance to support filmmakers from around the world while enjoying a delicious meal prepared by some of the best chefs in the area. That’s right, RIFF is partnering up with the Horned Dorset Primavera in Rincon Puerto Rico on Saturday, August 17, 2013, to bring you “An Evening at the Academy Awards,” where you have the opportunity to view four short films – two of which were nominated for a 2013 Academy Award for Best Short Film or Best Animation Short Film, and two of which won Academy Awards for Best Short Film or Best Animation Short Film.
Most people don’t have the opportunity to attend the Oscars, but thanks to the Rincon International Film Festival, you can enjoy a special evening at an upscale Rincon Puerto Rico restaurant in the company of award-winning filmmakers. On August 17, “An Evening at the Academy Awards” will begin with cocktails at 6:00 pm, followed by the film program at 7:00 pm and a delicious five-course meal at 8:00 pm, for a total of $85 per person. The film program will feature four short films created by three filmmakers hailing from the United States and South Africa, including:
“Maggie Simpson: The Longest Daycare”
A five-minute film featuring a day in the life of Maggie Simpson at the Ayn Rand School for Tots (Nominated for 2013 Academy Award for Best Animation Short Film).
A 17-minute film about a boy from a poor Somali village who must choose between piracy and living his life as a fisherman (Nominated for 2013 Academy Award for Best Short Film).
A 19-minute film about a man struggling with his own life who receives an unexpected call from his estranged sister asking him to watch his 9-year-old niece (Winner of 2013 Academy Award for Best Short Film).
A 7-minute film about an office worker who meets the woman of his dreams with the help of paper airplanes (Winner of 2013 Academy Award for Best Animation Short Film).
Don’t Miss Out!
The Rincon International Film Festival is Puerto Rico’s largest film festival, and was rated among the top 50 festivals worth the entry fee by MovieMaker magazine. The annual Rincon PR event is highly anticipated by filmmakers and movie lovers alike, so don’t miss out on the fun!