This weekend, we stopped by the Sacramento Film Festival to enjoy a showcase of art from filmmakers of every variety.
The three-day event was held primarily at Old Sac’s ReUnion Kitchen & Bar, making for a cozy setting that had us rubbing elbows with the artists themselves.
Some of our favorite films included:
- “The Dawn of Don Damage” — The story of one man on a quest to save his family, who’s gifted the powers of the 1980s’ greatest action flick hero, Don Damage.
- “Reseda” — A comedy flick with a tone and sensibility as dark as its black-and-white cinematography.
- “Five Stars” — A short film that explores just how personal a late-night Uber ride can be, complete with exemplary service.
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