Founded on January 6, 1888, the city of Pomona turns 130 this year. During the past 130 years, the Pomona Public Library has served as a repository for much of ...the city’s history.
Join us as we look back in time through the special collections of the Pomona Public Library.
Special Guest MC: KCBS/KCAL Reporter Dave Lopez
There will be beer tasting from local breweries as well as wine tasting and small food items from a selection of local restaurants for a mini Taste of Pomona
Individual Tickets: $45 (includes food, sample beer and wine)
Sponsor Tables available.
To reserve your seat please call (909) 576-4295 and leave a message or visit www.pomonalibraryfoundation.org, or our Facebook page.
Here's the program for FRIDAY!
Here's the program for Friday:
2017 909 Film Fest Program
Young Filmmakers of the 909
"The Savior" (5 Mins.) by Reece Sorensen ...
“Vivant” (2 Mins.) by Steven Mendoza
“Superdog” (1 Min.) by Henry Goldman
“Disappearances” (2.5 Mins.) by Jupiter Peraza
“Animatic” (4 Mins.) by Nayeli Quinones
“My Grandpa’s Story” (5 Mins.) by Milo Pucci
Filmmakers of the 909
“Entertainment at the Fair” (6 Mins.) by Dylan McElligott, Ezra Broads, Florencia Schinoff
“Blessings” by Lucy Hartman
“Be Perfect” (6 Mins.) by Paloma Bobadilla, Lauren VanLul, Joseph Orozco, Michael Hernandez
“Monster” (3.5 Mins.) by Mackenzie Rose Bergmann and Lili Perez
“Paths” (5 Mins.) by Eden Cantu
“Forbidden Foreplay” (3.5 Mins.) by Jim Lujan
“UMakers - Maker Space in Upland” (9 Mins.) by Charley Hepperle
“Honesty, Please!” (3 Mins.) by Celia Eydeland
“Imagine L'amour” (3.5 Mins.) by Adam De Aling Stevenson
“The Veil is Lifting in the 909” (6 Mins.) by Kimmik Walter
"Filmmaker Unknown" (3.5 Mins.) by Dave Goldman
“Wyld Stallyns” by Tanner Morrison & Cody Hadden
PG-13 Program (Includes Violence, Nudity, Language or Dark Subject Matter)
“Pomona Portions” (9:09 Mins.) by Tyler Dacey
“Perpetual Night” (7 Mins.) by Alex T. Hwang
“With Moments of Grace” by Julian Lucas
“Meet, Prey, Kill” (9 Mins.) by Jason Weir and Mark Treiger
Hope you're working on your 909 movies! Here's the entry form.
TUNE in tonight at 8PM to the wackiest LIVE TV web show in the 909! Its RAW, UNSCRIPTED, REAL & SURREAL! Every WEDS. AT 8PM!
909Junkie is pleased to announce the call for film submissions for the Eighth annual 909 Film Festival. The 909 Film Festival is unique because all submissions must have a 909 theme or must be created or shot in the 909 to be eligible for the festival. The filmmaker’s stories are told with the 909 area code and Inland Empire regions as their movie backdrops. All 909 filmmakers, whether they are amateur or professional, are invited to submit their films to the festival.
Films must be 9 minutes and 9 seconds or less (9:09, NO EXCEPTIONS). Categories can include: Narrative, Animation, Documentary and Experimental.
SUBMISSION DEADLINE DATE IS Nov. 12, 2017.
Prizes will be awarded immediately after the festival, including the GNOMIE Award for the best 909 film. There will also be a Q&A session with the filmmakers.
Here's the 2017 909 Film Fest Submisson Form. The submission deadline is 11/12/17!
Be part of the Eighth annual 909 Film Festival!
The festival date will be held on Dec. 1st at PITZER COLLEGE in Claremont.
Festival starts at 7PM, doors open at 6:30PM.
Awards and Q&A with the filmmakers will be held right after the screenings.
The GNOMIE award will again be awarded to the winner of the BEST 909 Movie!
There will also be an Audience Choice Award, won by the movie that gets the most applause. So bring all your friends and family to cheer you on!!!
1050 N. Mills Ave.
Claremont, CA 91711
Admission is FREE and open to all 909ers and non909ers!