Space Shuttle Film WINS BIG at Film Festival

SPACE SHUTTLE FILM WINS BIG AT FILM FESTIVAL

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Luke Wilson’s short film ‘Satellite Beach’ recently screened at the High Desert International Film Festival and won awards for:

Best DRAMA SHORT FILM

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Best SCREENPLAY

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Best ACTOR

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This film festival is dedicated to earning the respect and trust of filmmakers by providing small town warmth with an international reach. With thousands of submissions ‘Satellite Beach‘ was accepted and more than thrilled to have won these three categories:

Oxymoron Entertainment presents Satellite Beach follows the unique journey of the Endeavour space shuttle as it travels through the streets of Los Angeles to the California Science Center and the final move of the Atlantis space shuttle to the Kennedy Space Center.  Watch as Warren Flowers, a devoted and unlikely shuttle manager navigates the missions on his own accord while the citizens, reporters, and officials are perplexed by his involvement.

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NEW ‘SATELLITE BEACH’ SCREENING!

‘SATELLITE BEACH’ WILL NOW BE SHOWN AT THE

HIGH DESERT INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

DATES: MAY 22nd – 25th, 2014

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The High Desert International Film Festival is dedicated to earning the respect and trust of filmmakers by providing small town warmth with an international reach. Located in NV 4 1/2 hrs from L.A.their mission is to provide a showcase for both veteran filmmakers and aspiring talent at home and abroad.

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The filmmakers of ‘Satellite Beach’ are happy to have their film featured within this showcase.  Be sure to attend the festival as our film will be screening Sunday, May 25, 2014

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WANT ‘SATELLITE BEACH’ IN YOUR CITY?

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THE FILMMAKERS WANT YOUR FEEDBACK.

Luke Wilson’s short film ‘Satellite Beach’ has had great success within the festival circuit.  The film will be shown in many more festivals and we want to hear from you!

Want the film in your city?  If so, send us a message via Facebook, Twitter, or a direct email to feedback@oxymoronent.com.

                                       Short Film Written and Directed by Luke Wilson                                       

 

VISIT THE OFFICIAL SITE OF ‘SATELLITE BEACH’… CLICK HERE!

Tickets On Sale For “Satellite Beach”

‘SATELLITE BEACH’ HAS BEEN ACCEPTED INTO THE NEW YORK CITY INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL. 

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The New York City International Film Festival has a well earned reputation, nationally and internationally, as one of the most respected events of the film festival year. The organization is committed to bringing the best of the world’s cinematography to New York City and to provide a platform for talented domestic and international filmmakers to showcase their work.

“Satellite Beach” at the NCIFF

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The film will be shown June 4th, 2014 at 2pm (EST).

TICKETS MAY BE PURCHASED HERE!… CLICK HERE

 

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WILSON TALKS IMPROVISING NEW AWARD-WINNING SHORT “SATELLITE BEACH”

Michael Barnes from The Austin Movie blog sits down to with Luke Wilson and Steve Eckelman of ‘Satellite Beach

They chose a well-worn corner of Güero’s Taco Bar on South Congress Avenue for the chat. Luke Wilson and Steve Eckelman were familiar with the menu and the staff. Austin resident Eckelman employs the eatery as “an office away from the office,” while frequent visitor Wilson has long enjoyed its South Congress vibe.

“I’ve known Steve since I was 9,” says the youngest of Hollywood’s Wilson brothers, who grew up in Dallas. “He was in school with my brother Andrew and was one of those guys who didn’t know that a senior in high school is not usually friends with somebody in fifth grade.”

Eckelman — thin, fair, precise — has worked as a personal assistant on various Wilson-related movies. He produced with Wilson — stolid, funny, a bit shaggy today — “Satellite Beach,” a short that follows the Endeavour space shuttle on its last journey through the streets of Los Angeles to the California Science Center and the transfer of the Atlantis space shuttle to the Kennedy Space Center. It screens 8:30 Friday at Spider House.

Before that, Wilson will emcee the Texas Film Awards at Austin Studios on Thursday.

The longtime friends are also working on “Juarez 9,” an Wilson-penned action comedy set in Mexico, and then “Tower,” a documentary based on the Charles Whitman shootings at the University of Texas in 1966, inspired by Pam Colloff’s article in Texas Monthly.

Wilson got the idea for “Satellite Beach” from an article in the Los Angeles Times about how the Endeavor would piggyback on a 747, land at LAX, then travel very slowly 11 or 12 miles through the urban streets to the science center. Eight hundred trees were removed to make way for the behemoth.

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