How to Get a Date
Director: Julia Camara
Writer: Julia Camara
Cinematographer: Tim Aldridge
Editor: Julia Camara
Synopsis: How To Get a Date (Quero te Encontrar - Portuguese Title) is a short comedy about a chance encounter at a park. The film was shot on location in Brazil and with all Brazilian talent.
Screening Time: October 24th 2:00 pm
Julia Camara (Writer/Director/Producer) - Julia Camara is a Brazilian award winning writer/filmmaker living in Los Angeles with her husband, photographer and filmmaker, Tim Aldridge and her daughter Emilia. She has a B.A. in cinema from Columbia College-Hollywood. Julia is also a UCLA Professional Program in Screenwriting alumna. She wrote the sci-fi feature Area Q (starring Isaiah Washington) and the road movie Open Road (starring Andy Garcia, Juliette Lewis and Camilla Belle). Julia's latest feature is the sci-fi film Occupants (starring Star Trek Voyager's Robert Picardo). Julia has also written, directed and produced several award winning films like the comedy House Cleaning, which won the Festival Director's Award at the Lady Filmmakers Film Festival and Best Comedy short at the NY International Independent Film Festival and O' Tickle Tree, a short comedy Julia directed won the judge's pick at the Indi.com Billy Bob Thorton Acting Challenge. Julia recently completed Unsolved a noir short film she wrote and directed.
Tim Aldridge (Cinematographer) - Tim Aldridge has a B.A. in Cinema from Columbia College-Hollywood. He has experience in different areas of the film industry, having worked in the camera department on films like Twin Falls Idaho and 18. Tim produced Never Odd or Even, a comedy short film written and directed by Julia Camara, which won Best Conceptual Comedy Short at the 2010 New York Independent International Film Festival. He also directed and was the Director of Photography of Scream Machine, an award-winning horror short. Tim was the Director of Photography of House Cleaning, a comedy short film directed by Julia Camara. The film won The Festival Director’s Award at the Lady Filmmakers Film Festival. Tim was also the Director of Photography of Primavera, a short directed by Julia Camara, that won Best International short film at the Laughlin International Film Festival. He is also an accomplished still photographer. Two of his photographs were selected for the 2010 Peace Project. The exhibition has traveled the United States. Tim has recently completed a photography book called Still Life. Photographed against the cliff sides of Malibu, California, Still Life is a collection of photographs which explore the beauty standard set against the relentless landscape of sand and sea.