Entertainment Briefs

Film Festival

The Claremont School of Theology Arts Council Film Group in conjunction with Video Paradiso of Claremont will host the Friday evening film festival open to the public. Suggested donations are $3 and $2.for children and seniors. For further details, call (909) 626-3521.

‘Festival in the Garden’

The MIS WWII Memorial Foundation’s “Festival in the Garden” is Sunday, Sept. 21, and will feature a variety of Japanese activities and a luncheon.

“Star Trek’s” George Takei will serve as master of ceremonies for the luncheon. The band Hiroshima will also perform at the luncheon.

Donations are $150 per person. A $50 discount will be given to veterans, their wives, students and groups of 10. For reservations, call the Foundation office at (310) 327-4193.

Screenwriting Competition

The International Screenwriting Competition sponsored by several Hollywood production companies, is looking for new material to produce in film and television. First prize is $2,500.

One of the following must be submitted to enter: full length screenplay, television script (1/2 hour or 1 hour), novel (up to 300 pages) or short story. The cost for initial entry is $45 and $20 for each additional entry. Unlimited entries allowed. The competition runs Oct. 1 to Dec. 1. The winner will be announced Jan. 1, 1998. For more information, call (310) 712-1607.

–Angelica Martinez

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