For a limited time only, you can stream and download the award-winning psychological drama, MAD COWGIRL for free at Amazon Prime in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Germany and Japan. Sarah Lassez, James Duval, Devon Odessa and Walter Koenig lead the cast. I was the initial and solo producer for the film from development to post.
2016 marks the 10th anniversary of the theatrical release of MAD COWGIRL. It had its World Premiere as an Official Selection at the 8th Annual San Francisco Independent Film Festival (SF Indiefest) on the night of my birthday at the Roxie Cinema. It sold out all two scheduled screenings that a third screening was created due to audience demand. You can read my personal experience with the film here: http://www.edwin-a-santos.com/news/producing-mad-cowgirl
MAD COWGIRL was Film Threat's second place movie to see (listed on their annual Ten Best Unseen Films of 2005). And, the film won two awards (for Best Experimental Film and for Best Performance Award to Sarah Lassez) at the 2006 Silver Lake Film Festival. The film garnered positive reviews most notably from Variety and Fangoria. The film has been theatrically released nationwide and abroad, then sold on DVD, Netflix rentals, Cable Video-On-Demand and iTunes digital streaming.
Today, it is available now to watch at Amazon Prime!
FREE streaming online video and digital download at the following Amazon Prime links:
USA and Canada, watch for $0.00 with a Prime Membership: https://www.amazon.com/Mad-Cowgirl-Sarah-Lassez/dp/B01HE03ELK/ref=sr_1_1
United Kingdom, watch for £0.00 with a Prime Membership:
Germany, mit Prime für EUR 0,00 ansehen:
Japan, プライム会員の方は￥0でご覧いただけます :
SAMURAI COP 2: DEADLY VENGEANCE opened in Los Angeles at Laemmle NoHo 7 Cinemas; Friday, October 9, 2015 with a 7:20pm Premiere with Cast and Crew Q&A. It garnered the following screening to another sell out crowd.
And, at the Martial Arts History Museum, the Cast & Crew made a Special Appearance for the Unveiling of the Flying Guillotine and Celebration of Bai Ling's Birthday; Saturday, October 10, 2015 before heading out to another sold-out evening screening of the film at the theater.
FilAm Creative Hosts Edwin's Hollywood Actors Panel for Actors; Saturday, September 19, 12:00pm at the Clubhouse
SEATING IS LIMITED!! PLEASE RSVP at: firstname.lastname@example.org **
Created and produced by Edwin A. Santos, FilAm Creative hosts the Hollywood Actors Panel for Actors -- a panel discussion and networking event featuring our special industry guest panelists who represent the craft of acting across the board.
Hear the panelists discuss about their explorations of the process and profession of acting; their reflections on personal experiences and artistic influences that informed and shaped their careers; their discussions of past and current projects and share valuable insights into the craft and the industry.
Get a chance to ask the panelists questions, learn about open opportunities, and build your network.
INDUSTRY PANELISTS INCLUDE:
- Billy DaMota (casting director, CSA). He has cast more than a hundred of films, TV shows, plays, music vides, commercials, "God's Not Dead," "America's Most Wanted," "Above The Law."
- Janet Tscha (talent agent at Arlene Thornton & Associates). She is also Head of the On-Camera Department. She loves working with performers and takes pride in seeing her clients in the media everyday.
- Tess Paras (actress / writer) known for her viral videos “Typecast” and “What If Catcalls Were Cheeseburgers?” She is currently recurring on The Disney Channel's "Girl Meets World" and most recognized for her role as “Dana Tomas” on NBC’s hit drama, "Grimm" - introducing the first Filipino-American storyline on primetime television.
- Eugene Cordero (actor / comedian) who teaches long-form improv at the Upright Citizens Brigade in Los Angeles. He regularly performs as a member of THE SMOKES - every Monday night - as well in Toledo Rep and ASSSSCAT at UCB, too. He has appeared in various films and television shows including "Kings of Summer," "Drunk History," "Kroll Show," and "Silicon Valley." He currently plays Officer Michael Newman in Paul Feig's Yahoo Screen original show, "Other Space."
The panel will be moderated by Edward J. Mallillin (co-founder of FilAm Creative and serves on its Board of Directors. His credits include "Brown Soup Thing" [writer/director] and "Flipped Switch" [host/producer]. An outspoken advocate for education, he is the creator of "Rumor on the Playground," a multimedia assignment).
Saturday, September 19, 2015
From 12pm to 2pm
THE CLUBHOUSE IMPROV
1607 North Vermont Avenue
Los Angeles, CA. 90027
* (between Hollywood & Sunset, inside and next door, right of Jons Marketplace. Free parking available inside the Jons Marketplace parking lot).
FREE ADMISSION -- but donations welcome!
FilAm Creative (FAC) is an all volunteer community organization dedicated to the advancement of Filipino-Americans in entertainment and media.
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Sept. 15, 2002 at the Closing Awards Ceremony of the Big Bear Lake International Film Festival, my first film won the Audience Award for Best Feature Film in the Asian American category! We couldn't believe it. Between the four of us, I didn't believe it -- well considering that presenter Dana Lee announced us as, "Soap Dish." Everyone including the late actor, Mako congratulated us. Pretty cool. Such a surreal night it was! Interviews, press and local paparazzi as well as the kind audience that voted for us and said positive comments of our film. I was so sure the folks of "Charlotte Sometimes" was going to take this. Totally blown away from the attention I was not prepared for. The next day, press all over the internet. What a weird feeling it was. This was one of those nights I could not forget.
This was our award statue (that needed to be engraved later).
Sept. 14, 2002 marks the 10th Anniversary of the World Premiere Screening of SOAP GIRL at the Big Bear Lake International Film Festival. To relieve our excitement, we enjoyed a boat ride around the lake of Big Bear high above Los Angeles. Later, the rest of the cast & crew of SOAP GIRL arrived to attend the World Premiere. It was a good turnout as ballots were handed out afterwards. I don't remember what happened after the screening... All I remember was the next day, Day 3, the Closing Ceremony where the awards were to be given out. To be continued tomorrow, Sept. 15.
Ten years ago today (September 13, 2002), my first independent feature film that I executive produced ans also appeared in, SOAP GIRL, was an Official Selection for the 2002 Big Bear Lake International Film Festival that took place from September 13-15. I drove up along with the director, the screenwriter and the other executive producer on our first day and Opening Night of the festival. We met filmmaker Brad Silberling and the Festival's president, Monica Skerbellis. Silberling's film, "Moonlight Mile" was the event's Opening Night feature film. Producer Janet Yang, director Greg Pak, actors Mako, Dana Lee, JoBeth Williams and the folks from the film, "Charlotte Sometimes," too. The latter was our competition in the category of Best Feature Film in the Asian American category.
Well, this is interesting...
Two of my early films, SOAP GIRL (2002) and THE LAST EVE (2005) I produced as well as acted in, were donated to the University of Southern California's East Asian Library.
I went to the red carpet theatrical premiere of my newest film, VIOLENT BLUE this past Friday, January 7, 2011 at the Culver Plaza Theatres in Los Angeles. It was a sold out show!
Cast & crew were in attendance including the leads, Silvia Suvadova, Jesse Hlubik, Andrea Harrison, Barry O' Rourke and Nick Mancuso.
The after party followed at the Foundation Room at the House of Blues on the Sunset Strip.
NBC Buzz Covers What's New At The Movies = 'Season of the Witch', 'VIOLENT BLUE', and 'The Time That Remains' report from Seth Goldman, "Entertainment Buzz," NBC News Mobile & MSNBC. (NBC Buzz is the place for latest celeb news and Interviews, wacky video, and fashion/style updates):
I will attend the red carpet theatrical premiere of his newest film, VIOLENT BLUE, Friday, January 7, 2011 at the Culver Plaza Theatres in Los Angeles. Cast & crew will be in attendance including Silvia Suvadova, Jesse Hlubik, Andrea Harrison, Barry O' Rourke and Nick Mancuso. And, the after party at the House of Blues' Foundation Room. Purchase your advance tickets today at = http://violentblue.eventbrite.com/
Just wrapped my new film VIOLENT BLUE starring Silvia Suvadova, Jesse Hlubik and Nick Mancuso in Los Angeles.