[SF] Feb 1st: Join Shocklee At World Premiere Of ‘Departure’ At Macworld | iWorld’s iPhone Film Festival

Join us at Macworld | iWorld 2013 this week, Thursday, January 31 – Saturday, February 2, 2013 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. Our own Hank Shocklee, will be at the iPhone Film Festival for the exclusive world premiere of the film ‘Departure’ which he scored.

Departure is the world’s first multi film project, utilizing three main locations, in three separate countries, the United States, France, and Belarus, and three distinct directors from those regions, Satie Gossett, Maria Kuracheva and Christophe Nizou. This international collaborative effort was shot exclusively on the iPhone to form one complete project and was produced by Ruben Kazanstev, iPhone Film Festival founder and written by Jimmy Borto.

The iPhone Film Festival takes place Friday, February 1st from 5:00 – 6:30p at the Moscone Center West.

Join us at this very special premiere and Q&A with the filmmakers following the film, you’ll also see footage from some of the top submitted films – all shot using iPhone technology exclusively!

Departure Synopsis:

Police officer Deana Kashul traverses the corridors of an abandoned warehouse, not realizing she’s put herself in the line of fire of a desperate drug dealer. As the drug dealer raises his 9mm, for the perfect head shot—he’s shot from behind by an unknown source, releases a few rounds himself at the unknown source. Deana snaps herself around to uncover the dead drug dealer, along with Glen Starks, lying on the floor, in agony.

After Deana deduces the Glen Starks has saved her life, she asks for his identity, and why he was there, saving her life. Glen eventually reveals to her that he was hired to watch over her by a man named Andrei Novikov. He goes on to explain that Mr. Novikov, a diamond smuggler from Russia, met her father in France, while her father tried desperately to squeeze his way onto an overbooked flight, in hopes of making Deana’s 16th birthday, the first birthday since the loss of her mother. Mr. Novikov was so taken by her father, Walter Kashul, that he gave her father his ticket to the states.

The air liner crashes, killing all aboard, including Walter. The overwhelming guilt eating away at Andrei inspires him to forsake his criminal dealings, and to concentrate solely on the nurturing of young Deana, without the young lady ever being wise to it.

After Deana deduces the Glen Starks has saved her life, she asks for his identity, and why he was there, saving her life. Glen eventually reveals to her that he was hired to watch over her by a man named Andrei Novikov. He goes on to explain that Mr. Novikov, a diamond smuggler from Russia, met her father in France, while her father tried desperately to squeeze his way onto an overbooked flight, in hopes of making Deana’s 16th birthday, the first birthday since the loss of her mother. Mr. Novikov was so taken by her father, Walter Kashul, that he gave her father his ticket to the states.

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