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2014 Workshop/Guest Speaker – Jeffrey Weissman

2014 Workshop/Guest Speaker – Jeffrey Weissman

Jeffrey Weissman’s interest in film began as a child growing up in Hollywood during the 1960’s.  He’d assert himself onto professional location shoots in his neighborhood, and ‘would pick the brains of the working talent.   Weissman began making films in ’74 and hasn’t stopped.  In Jeffrey’s on camera career, he co-stars with top names […]

2012 Schedule of Events

The 2012 ITSA Film Festival is held at the Historic Sonora Opera Hall in downtown Sonora unless otherwise noted for Workshops. DOWNLOAD THE ENTIRE PROGRAM Friday, November 2, 2012 GALA EVENT 6:30 – Hors d’oeuvres by Black Oak Casino and Wine by Hatcher Winery 7:00 – Live entertainment by Emily Kollars of Sacramento 7:20 – Short […]

Hollywood & Gold Country!

Hollywood & Gold Country!

One of the many beautiful country roads in Tuolumne County. Because of the diverse terrain, great weather and unique locations, Tuolumne County has been a backdrop for many well-known films. Photo © 2012 Sabre Design Hidden in plain sight within our modern life, historic Columbia State Historic Park in Northern California is still alive and well. It’s […]

Matthew Prier

Matthew Prier

“REEL Scary” PROGRAM DIRECTOR Matthew heads up our Reel Scary segment as the Program Director. He has been a fan of horror movies since he was very young. He started out watching Creature Features out of San Francisco on Friday nights after his mother went to bed, sneaking into the living room and keeping the […]

Stephanie Prier

Stephanie Prier

FILM FESTIVAL LIAISON Stephanie has been a film enthusiast for many years. You’ll see her working alongside of Founder, Christina Wilkinson, in just about everything before, during and after the festival. If you need to know anything about the festival, she’s a main go-to person and will take care of you.

PURCHASE TICKETS for Back to Nature Film Fest!

March 14, 2015 TICKETS are only available to purchase at the door for only $5 each or FREE at the door during the festival for students and faculty with proper identification.

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