The 2nd Annual Dollar Baby Film Festival
After the successful Film Fest in 2004, it was organized again in 2005, again by James Renner. As far as we know, no photos/videos were taken at this film festival.
The 2nd Annual Dollar Baby Film Festival will feature: A Friday (September 30) night Premiere of Stephen King’s Gotham Cafe, produced by Julie Sands and adapted in part by Bev Vincent. A screening of Riding the Bullet, directed by Mick Garris will follow. Directors and producers will be on hand for a Q&A. This event will take place at Cinema 10 in Bangor at 8PM. Tickets are $8.
Then, on Saturday Oct. 1, the fest moves to the Corbett Business Building at the University of Maine in Orono. Screenings are divided into three blocks of films and two panels, beginning at noon.
Tickets are $5 per event. Scheduled films include:
The Woman in the Room, directed by Frank Darabont
The Lawnmower Man, directed by Jim Gonis
The Last Rung on the Ladder, directed by James Cole
Strawberry Spring, directed by Doveed Linder
Luckey Quarter, directed by Robert Cochrane
Roland Meets Brown, directed by Robert Cochrane
The Man in the Black Suit, directed by Nick Mariani
Paranoid, directed by Jay Holben
All That You Love Will Be Carried Away, directed by James Renner
The Road Virus Heads North, directed by David Brock
Autopsy Room 4, directed by Steve Zakman
I Know What You Need, directed by Shawn Lealos
All That You Love, directed by Scott Albanese
The Boogeyman, directed by Jeff Schiro
The Secret Transit Code of America’s Highways, directed by Brian Berkowitz
Night Surf, directed by Peter Sullivan
Srajenie (the battle) directed by M. Titov
The Woman in the Room (french) directed by Damien Maric
Selected shorts from the animated Dark Tower, directed by Josh Greenwald
Minimum Overdrive, directed by Liam Engle
And a special appearance by The Shining Bunnies
Panels on Saturday will include “How to Deliver Your Own Dollar Baby”, featuring many directors who have already been through the process. And “A Conversation and Booksigning with Rocky Wood”, author of Stephen King: Uncollected, Unpublished.