Sunday, March 12, 2006

Update on Actor/Producer Daniel Sol

We have just received this press release from Daniel Sol whom we just interviewed in January. For fun we even entered the contest.

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Announcing upcoming release of “Shoot-Out” DVD

Dream Regime Productions has completed DVD assembly for their Independent basketball film, “Shoot-Out.” Director David Branin comments, “We’re ecstatic that the DVD will soon be available. We’ve been getting requests daily for it, and we believe people will love the finished product.” In addition to the film, the disc contains over an hour of DVD Exclusives which include Director/Producer Commentary, Outtakes, Premiere Footage, Never Seen Before Test Footage and much more. To learn more about Pre-Ordering your copy, please contact

To celebrate the upcoming release of the DVD, Dream Regime Productions is embracing this year’s Men’s March Madness Tournament with a contest through entitled “Win Shoot-Out the DVD.”

Register for Free! Fill out your bracket and compete against the Film’s stars Tyshawn Bryant, Daniel Sol, and Filmmaker David Branin.

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The Top 5 Winners will receive their own DVD copy of “Shoot-Out.” Slots are filling up fast. Tyshawn Bryant responds, “No matter how many people enter, I CAN”T BE BEAT!”

Deadline to enter the Contest and be eligible to win the DVD is March 15th, 2006.

“Shoot-Out” is the story of two men playing a basketball game of one-on-one…to the death. Written & Directed by David Branin, it stars Tyshawn Bryant and Daniel Sol. It features cinematography by Ivan Rodriguez and an original musical score by Rudy Mangual. The film has been embraced by critics and has recently screened at the Eureka Springs Digital Film Festival. For more, please visit

As always, we appreciate your support and will provide further updates as they become available.

Dream Regime Productions

Friday, March 10, 2006

La Peña and SF Latino Film Festival presents Habana, Havana

La Peña and SF Latino Film Festival presents
Habana, Havana
Wednesday March 15, 2006. 7pm / $6
3105 Shattuck Ave. Berkeley. 510-849-2568

Habana, Havana. 2004 dir. Alberto Arvelo. Venezuela, Cuba. 80 min. Spanish w/English subtitles.

Venezuelan director Alberto Arvelo subtly captures the lives of two Cubans in a fictional film with a strong documentary style. Raúl Eguren gives a commanding performance as the mature gentleman from the Cuban countryside who journeys to Havana on a quest to buy elegant shoes for his young daughter while the other main character, a woman, goes through her daily routine, walking in the city. Havana reveals itself as a big city in which everything good and bad is possible. The paths of the two protagonists cross by accident in an unexpected way when a third person, a confused and aggressive young man, assaults the old gentleman when heís walking on the Malecón. After that, the man and the woman are together for only an afternoon and an evening. A few precious hours of compassion and tenderness preludes an unforeseen tragedy. All around them is Havana, perhaps the strongest and most important character in the film.