San Pedro International Film Festival - SPIFFest | Saturday, October 7th Tickets
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Saturday, October 7th Tickets

Young Filmmakers Workshop

Saturday, October 7th 10am- Noon at SIRENS Java and Tea.  7th avenue, San Pedro, CA

$15 for admission, breakfast (without headshot)

$35 for admission, breakfast and headshot

NEW PRICING! Thanks to the Relativity School this event is now only $10 for the first 20 students to sign up. The price includes breakfast and admission to the panel workshop. Students will have an opportunity to meet, greet and ask questions of industry professionals.

Add a headshot session for an additional $25 for two looks.  (Photos are sent to you electronically)

The timing is now from 10am to NOON on Saturday, October 7th

Parents of minor children under the age of 14, are asked to attend.  Muffins and coffee free to parents!

SOME KIND OF WONDERFUL

Saturday, October 7th

Warner Grand Theater

7pm doors open

EARLY BIRD PRICING:  $10

 

 

SPIFFest presents the 30th Anniversary screening of Some Kind of Wonderful directed by Howard Deutch and written by John Hughes.  Stars Eric Stolz, Mary Stuart Masterson and Lea Thompson.  Keith Nelson (Eric Stoltz), an artsy high school outcast, tries to land a date with popular girl Amanda Jones (Lea Thompson) with some help from his tomboy best friend, Watts (Mary Stuart Masterson). However, his advances draw the ire of Amanda’s snobby ex-boyfriend, Hardy Jenns (Craig Sheffer), who makes plans to get even. Matters are further complicated when Watts realizes she likes Keith as more than just a friend and tries to convince him to stop pursuing Amanda.