The teaser for “Coupons & Dreams,” will be released May 20th online for Facebook friends of the film. Please LIKE the page now. Rachel Galvin plays a restaurant manager and witch in the film. The teaser will be used to help with fundraising for the film.
Rachel Galvin was quoted in “The Sun-Sentinel” about the upcoming Palm Beach Intl. Film Festival. See quote below:
“The Palm Beach International Film Festival looks to have an engaging and fun year,” said local film critic Rachel Galvin, who writes and publishes a film magazine called Independent Streak.
“They are scheduled to have a diverse array of activities to be welcoming to a wider audience,” Galvin said. “Any opportunity to allow local and international filmmakers the chance to showcase their work is positive.”
See whole article here: http://www.sun-sentinel.com/local/palm-beach/wellington/fl-t2-filmfest-0315-20170314-story.html
Rachel Galvin’s articles about Summerfest (Symphony of the Americas)–pg. 28– and about media catered to artists –pg. 30– are now in print in the latest issue of Cultural Quarterly.
“Prowler: The Terror of Santa Carla” is set to go to a Film Fest in Cannes, France, according to director Ram Hernandez. Rachel Galvin did a voiceover as a reporter in the film and is pleased to hear it is headed to the fest. Hernandez said as many as 5000 people could be in attendance at fest.
Take a look at interview of Rachel Galvin by WRPBiTV about her acting career and her book, “Basics of the Biz.”
Rachel Galvin helped Kurt Donath to run the Super Geek Film Festival at Florida Supercon (June 25-28 at the Miami Beach Convention Center). She conducted two panels — one was Women in Film with Cerina Vincent, Jacqueline Journey and Joey Lauren Adams, and one with independent filmmakers — Terry Cronin, Jon Schnepp, Daryl Rodriguez, Jeanette Garcia and Billy Corben.
Rachel Galvin, who plays Master Kim, is excited to be a part of the new anti-bullying movie, “Illume,” directed by Danny Debs.
Rachel Galvin’s artwork, titled “Inferno” is displayed at the Bear & Bird Gallery at Tate’s Comics until Nov. 9. The painting went up on Oct. 4 when there was also an artist’s reception, in which Rachel was in attendance. The piece was based on a drawing she did as the illustrator of “Davy Jones & the Heart of Darkness,” written by Dave Montalbano, who also attended the reception. The pair was featured in an artistic blog while there.
Rachel already created a new piece, which is completely different, called A Jew of All Seasons, which was created for an art contest. Both pieces were created on canvas with acrylics and pencil.
Women in the Arts gave awards to many creative individuals, including actors, actresses, directors, screenwriters, models, hairstylists, makeup artists, fashion designers, humanitarians, iconic women and more. Winners were determined by votes on the website given to nominees.
The event included a silent auction, the awards ceremony, a fashion show, a short film screening and music by DJ Excel. For more information on the fashion show, visit http://letstalkfashion.blogspot.com. For more on the event, visit www.womenintheartsmiami.com. For more on Rachel Galvin, visit http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rachel_Galvin or http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1320999/.