Filmmaker F. C. Rabbath is on a roll. Less than a year ago one of his films was picked up by Gravitas Ventures. Rabbath just learned his latest film was selected by the Montreal Independent Film Festival. The Florida-based filmmaker wasted no time in wrapping one film and beginning the next.
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The morning news brought an update on a legal case dating to 2018 regarding a contract related to Coachella policy. Originally tossed, the case is now back in play. We should ask ourselves if the overturn was a good idea.
Is Soul’d Out’s case reasonable?
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(L to R) Daniel Lewis and Chelsea Lewis, part of the Dixie Highway Band,talk to Rebecca Day for the Buzz Media program ‘Feel the Beat’. The band will perform at Jax Country Fest September 11-12. (Photo: Still shot from video/iwantabuzz.com)
Rebecca Day is interviewing bands and musicians who will perform at Jax Country Fest scheduled for September 11-12, 2020 at Jacksonville Beach. Rebecca and The Crazy Daysies are performing at this, and she agreed to do the interviews to help get the word out about some of the indie bands who work and play here in Florida. The festival will also feature Nashville musicians.
I noticed something in the interview that definitely hit home with me.
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Mardi Gras, post Katrina (Carol M. Highsmith Collection, US Library of Congress)
On Saturday, February 22, Jacksonville Beach will be the place for all adults who want to celebrate Mardi Gras—in English,
Fat Tuesday. Celebrations like this precede the traditional Shrove Tuesday events in New Orleans, and the Jax Beach affair will feature giveaways, prizes, and what organizers describe as “a unique pub crawl.” Continue reading “Mardi Gras, Jax Beach style, features giveaways, prizes, and ‘unique pub crawl’”
Cameron Cushman’s films like ‘A Devils River Story’ illustrate the benefits of outdoor activities as therapeutic. (Snip: Iron Freedom Foundation)
The West Texas Film Festival announced Florida filmmakers’ works will be included in selections for the 2019 festival in Odessa Nov. 21-23. The festival, in its fourth year, showcases works that have the “pioneer spirit of filmmaking.” Among the Floridians whose works will be shown is a military veteran who is an enthusiastic outdoorsman and believes nature can be therapeutic.
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