|8-17-10||"My Necklace, Myself" made its nationwide release today. For more information on the film, visit the offical website, and to purchase the film now, click here or check your local retail stores.|
|8-3-10||Divine Trinity Films and Fallbrook Film Factory would like to announce that their film, "My Necklace, Myself," has been given the Dove Foundation family seal of approval for children over the age of 12. The Dove Foundation is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization which encourages and promotes the production and distribution of family entertainment in film. They rank their films based on the level of sex, violence, language and drug-use that appears in the film and are very strict with their criteria. To learn more about, or to donate to, the Dove Foundation, please visit their website. To read their review for "My Necklace, Myself," click here.|
Divine Trinity Films, along with its producing partner, the Fallbrook Film Factory, is extremely proud to announce that their film, "My Necklace, Myself," written and directed by Bryan Caron and starring Julia Witschger and Christiana Minga, will be released on DVD August 17, 2010. Amazon.com is currently accepting pre-orders and the film's distributor, FilmWorks Entertainment, is currently soliciting the film to several retail outlets and sending out screeners to various press and media outlets to help raise awareness for the films release. We will keep you up-to-date on any reviews or news about the film and its DVD release.
Also of note, to commemorate the release of the film on DVD, FilmWorks Entertainment has also released a brand new trailer. Click here to see it now.
Congratulations again to all who have made this film, and its success, possible. Without all of your hard work, dedication and support, none of this would have been possible. A very special thank you goes out to Technical Difference, Inc., who was instrumental in getting this project off the ground, and to Unique Films united Productions, Inc., for whom was integral in making contact with and raising interest and support from the distributors that are now releasing the film. The film wouldn't be where it is today without you and your truly wonderful support. Thank you.
Divine Trinity Films is pleased to announce that the pilot episode of ‘12′ has been accepted as an official selection into the third annual Fallbrook Film Festival, taking place April 9, 10 and 11 at the UltraStar Cinemas in Bonsall, California.
12 will be showing on Saturday, April 10 between 10:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. as part of a two-hour block of 5 short films. We do hope a lot of people come out to support the film and help in voting for it for the Audience Favorite Award, a first for the Fallbrook Film Festival. Head to www.fallbrook filmfestival.com to take a look at the full slate of films appearing at the Fallbrook Film Festival.
To watch 12 online, learn more about the series or donations, click here.
Thanks to everyone for their support and help in creating a wonderful, and hysterical film.
Writer/Director Bryan Caron has just completed his new commercial advertising the 3rd Annual Fallbrok Film Festival, to be held April 9, 10 and 11, 2010 at the UltraStar Cinemas in Bonsall. The commercial, a throwback to the old silent films of the early twentienth century, follows Charlie as he rushes to get to the film festival on time after waking up late.
The commercial will be shown before the trailers of all films at three different UltraStar Cinemas in Northern San Diego County beginning in late February. A 30-second version will also begin broadcasting in early March on Time Warner Cable in San Diego County to help promote the festival.
Bryan Caron would like to thank all who participated and helped create this histarical and poignant commercial.