The Paso Digital Film Festival Uncorks it's 2010 blend, of Film, Technology, Music, Characters, and Wine...

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November 19-23, in Paso Robles, Central Calif. and live in HD worldwide a wild west digital film fest in cowboy wine country south and sideways of sundance

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"It is all about the film, the music, the fun, and the wine."

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Festival will screen the HBO movie "Temple Grandin" with the Emmy Award winning director Mick Jackson, (Bodyguard and LA Story) attending the screening to accept the Humanitarian Award. Plus, producers Marc & Brenda Lhormer will screen their wine movie "Bottle Shock" and stage an reenactment of blind wine tasting from the movie, this time between Paso Robles and Napa Valley wines Saturday. Friday a screening of "Blood Into Wine" about multi-platinum recording artist Maynard James Keenan from
the band Tool, and wine making mentor Eric Glomski, who will attend the festival with the filmmakers.

Kyle Eastwood Band and Paula Nelson and the Guilty Pleasures (Yup, it's Clint's and Willie's kids), will perform at the festival, with John Andrew Parks, Robert Carradine, local artist Jade Jackson, magician Rich Ferguson, Kelly Kenning Band and others at a special Sunday Music and Film Concert at Le Vigne Winery (5115 Buena Vista Dr.)

Cass Warner (grand-daughter of Harry Warner of Warner Brothers), who will show her film "Brothers Warner," and Bela Lugosi, Jr. will be here with the new Lugosi Wine, and to do a Q&A after his dad's
1931 film, "Dracula" is screened. Adding to the links to the past will be Erin Murphy, daughter of filmmaker Dudley Murphy, and Gina Merz, granddaughter of the great director King Vidor.

Attending the festival are actors Joe Estevez, Robert Carradine, Max Gail, Kerry Wallum, Gary Conway, Chloe Domange, Luciano Holguin, Paul Renteria, Will Wallace, Nathan Phillips and epicurean and world traveler Sonia Hunt, who will be in town to shoot one of her shows. Frank Howson, who's been described as " of the greatest creative minds Australia has ever produced" will join filmmakers Patrice Poujol, Chris Felver, Dan Jones, Paul Kakert, Ryan Page, Christopher Pomerenke, James Kleinert, Elizabeth
Slagsvol, and others to be announced.

The 2010 digital venture will be webcast to the world on multi-platforms via the Internet, TV, several social networks and webcasting sites, mobile applications, and through a INTERNETWORK of websites and portals. thePDFF announces a new partnership with where the festival will be broadcast live in HD on the festival's channel at: Openfilm has Robert Duvall, James Caan, director Mark Rydell, and actor Scott Caan as advisers

To produce and create a HD Virtual Digital Film Festival Buffalo Benford Productions, and the PDFF has also partnered up with Kerry Wallum, David Von Roehm from Willie Nelson's Luck Films to co produce the live and virtual live elements of the digital wild west film fest in association with Fast Talkn' Productions, Ningun Films, Tip Jar Productions, and Kulabyte.

Willie Nelson's film company Luck Films will be a Featured Independent Film company, and principle partners and film makers Kerry Wallum and David Von Rohem will show some music videos recently released on Luck Films, including a showing of the new Paula Nelson video with her dad, and talk with her about the making of the video.

An important part of thePDFF is our Salute To Children and Youth, PDFF wants to shed light on the darkness that they suffer, and honor the film makers that expose their plights The Festival is going to screen some new and past documentaries that show the sad suffrage of children and youth.  We want to single out, and honor some of the great journalist and producers, that cover these concerns on film, TV, the Internet, and meet some of the directors of organizations, and create a forum with the film makers as we did last year.

See more on awards going to filmmakers Mick Jackson, Gary Conway, Dan Jones, Len Dell'Amico, Joe Estevez, Luciano Holguin, and others on the website.

Having garnished more daily traffic on it's website than city film festival websites like: Dallas, Chicago, Nashville, SLO, Atlanta, Phoenix, Malibu, Carmel, Indie Fest, LA Reel, Santa Barbara, San Diego, Seattle and other very well established film festivals, the Paso Digital Film Festival is going to create a virtual film festival beyond anything every seen on multi platforms, including live streaming from Paso Robles, CA.


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