People may say hooray for Hollywood but I say, hooray for Temecula because a little taste of tinseltown’s best will be featured in Old Town, with the City of Temecula’s Saturday Night Classics. On three Saturdays in August, Town Square Park in front of City Hall becomes THE place for summer entertainment.
Have you ever been watching your kids play at one of the City of Temecula’s beautifully abundant parks and thought to yourself, “Man, I really wish I was watching ‘Big Hero 6’ right now”? Me too!
Things are getting just a little bit spookier in wine country this month, but not too scary that you can’t bring the kids, as Lorimar Winery hosts two Halloween activities geared at bringing the whole family together for some festive fun.
On Friday, September 26th at 7pm, Make a Difference will be hosting a movie night as a way the community can help support the Morgan’s as well as spend time with their family, friends and neighbors. It is a free event but donations are strongly encouraged. All proceeds will be donated to the Morgan family.
In her film “Spirit of Love: The Mike ‘Stinger’ Glenn Story,” Writer / Director Darla Rae wanted to show the positive influences of Glenn’s camp, but still entertain the audience through a story as opposed to documentary format; thus using the real-life setting as the landscape for her narrative.
When guests enter Europa Village Winery’s “Cinema Paradiso” Musical Wine-Paired Dinner, they will be greeted by composer Ennio Morricone’s musical score for the film by Italian Director Giuseppe Tornatore.
When Writer / Director Erich Kemp was in the process of filming his crime drama “Palmdale,” the production became just as much about hiding from the law as the plot of the film itself. The film is screening at this year’s Temecula Valley International Film and Music Festival, September 17th – 24th.
For Writer / Director Micheal McAlexander, having “A Lesson of Love” chosen for the Temecula Valley International Film and Music Festival was validation for the heart and soul he invested in the production of the film.
When Detroit-based filmmaker and actor, Jonathan Stanley, explored compelling stories to bring to the big screen, he didn’t have to look further than his own past.
On the evening of Wednesday, August 27th, the Temecula Valley International Film and Music Festival hosted their Media Day; introducing members of the press to the filmmakers, musicians, sponsors, guests and volunteers responsible for bringing this year’s film festival from conception to reality.