The music video, "How To Be," and composer Kyle McNeill won the award for BEST MUSIC VIDEO at the 2008 Temecula Youth Media Arts Festival. Congratulations to all who worked on this project. For more information, click here.
To watch this award winning video, click here.
The Fallbrook Film Factory and Divine Trinity Films are proud to announce that “How To Be,” the music video that can be seen during the credits of the film, “My Necklace, Myself,” has been chosen as an official selection at the 2nd Annual Temecula Youth Media Arts Festival, which takes place September 19 and 20, 2008 in Temecula, CA.
The schedule of events is not final, but there will be three Film Screenings: from 4:00 p.m. to 9:15 p.m. on September 19, and from 11:00 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. and 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. on September 20. “How To Be” will appear during the 11:00 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. screening on Saturday, September 20. That Saturday there will also be a Filmmakers Reception (by Invitation only) followed by an awards ceremony at 6:00 p.m.
Those eligible for awards will be Kyle McNeill, who wrote the music for the video, and Julia Witschger, who supplies her vocal talents and performed in the video. A Judge’s Choice Film Screening will occur after the Awards Ceremony, at which the music video has a possibility of screening once again.
Tickets to all of the above mentioned events are only $5.00 each. More information to follow as to when tickets go on sale and where you may purchase the tickets.
Congratulations to Kyle McNeill, Julia Witschger and all crew members that helped bring this music video to life.
To listen to the song, or watch the video, click here.
"My Necklace, Myself" premiered tonight at the Temeku Cinemas in Temecula, CA. For more on the event, click here.
The song, "How To Be" (which will accompany the final credits of "My Necklace, Myself,") was finalized yesterday and you can now hear this beautiful song. Just go to our Official Trailer page, or click here. For more information on the song and the music video, Click here for more information on the song and its music video.
"How To Be"
|6-15-08||A lot has been happening around the film, My Necklace, Myself. As editing on the film nears completeion, tickets for the premiere event are now on sale and new news regarding the music video that will accompany the film has recently been announced. Check out all of the recent news by clicking here. To buy tickets to see the film on July 12, 2008, click here.|
|6-2-08||My Necklace, Myself co-star J.G. Franklin's new single, "Remember Me" is now getting airplay on the radio through the website NEW! J.G. Franklin, along with Lead Guitarist, Jon Jump needs all the support they can get to help promote "Remember Me" and recieve more airplay on nearly 500 radio station websites. To listen to "Remember Me" and support Gunner Jump, click here.|
News on the premiere event for the film, My Necklace, Myself has recently been announced. Click here to read more about it, where and when the premiere will take place and when you can buy tickets.
|3-1-08||Trinity and My Necklace, Myself co-star Norman Black recently landed an agent in Los Angeles. Congratulations from all of us at Divine Trinity Films and we wish Norman the best of luck in his growing career. Check out Norman's resume/credits here, or for more detailed information check out his profile on IMDB.|
|2-23-08||Filming on My Necklace, Myself concluded today and post production will begin in the next week. Plans for a premiere are currently in the works and we will have more information when it becomes available. Until then, head over to the My Necklace, Myself website for more information, latest news, and photo galleries.|
|2-1-08||My Necklace, Myself photo galleries have just been posted. Click here to check out over two hundred photos from on set, as well as other smaller galleries, including those pics taken for the San Diego North County Times.|
|2-1-08||My Necklace, Myself is now listed on the Internet Movie Database (www.imdb.com) as being "In Production." Click here to head over to the site and check out the listing.|
|1-23-08||My Necklace, Myself and the Fallrook Film Factory were featured in the San Diego North County Times today. Written by staff writer Tom Pfingston, the article talks in detail about several things, including details on the production of the film as well as Fallbrooks first ever worldwide film festival, scheduled to run in late April. To read this exciting article, click here. To learn more about My Necklace, Myself, click here.|
|1-14-08||Congratulations to My Necklace, Myself star Julia Witschger and "How To Be" music composer Kyle McNeill, who were recently cast as Troy and Gabriella in their high schools rendition of the stage version of High School Musical. The play will premiere in San Marcos, CA in May. For more information on Julia Witschger, click here, or go to the My Necklace, Myself page here.|
It has just been announced that writer/director Bryan Caron's short film, "The Rose," will be featured on Channel 4 San Diego's "So You Made a Movie." The film will premiere Friday, January 11 at 9:00 p.m. For more information on the film, click here and for more information on "So You Made a Movie," click here.