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“REFRIGERATOR” Earns Coveted Spot at
FirstGlance Hollywood Film Festival
Short Film Accepts Prime Screening Slot
Opposite Film Starring Actor ROBERT PATTINSON
Los Angeles (March 25, 2009) – BIG SIGNATURE PRODUCTIONS will get a big boost for its first short film “Refrigerator” when it premieres opposite “How To Be,” the new feature film starring Robert Pattinson (“Twilight”), at the 9th Annual FirstGlance Hollywood Film Festival. 
A dark comedy, “Refrigerator” is the story of a man who discovers his refrigerator is a portal to another world and dares to enter it. The glowing refrigerator allows him to glimpse at an alternate universe, and he becomes consumed with its powerful abilities. Retreating from all he knows, including a passionate relationship and satisfying career, he must decide to fight the tempting pull of the mysterious refrigerator, or step through the door and find out what is on the other side. The film runs 29 minutes.
Founder of Big Signature Productions ALYSON WEAVER spearheaded the film, assuming Producer duties and co-starring in the project. The film was directed by Jim Revis, who also co-wrote the script with Simon Sorrells, and the cast includes Sorrells, Art LaFleur, Weaver, Devin Kelley, Will Greenberg and Tom Wade.
“Big Signature is a place for dreamers and thinkers to come together and do something big,” said Weaver.  “We feel we have accomplished that goal with ‘Refrigerator,’ and we’re thrilled to be able to showcase ourselves with a prime slot at such a prestigious film festival.”
Weaver established Big Signature Productions in the fall of 2007 with a focus on bridging the gap between art and business. An actress and entrepreneur, Weaver believes art and commerce are not mutually exclusive and strives to bring creative endeavors to the corporate forefront. Projects range from film and television to theatre and visual art.
This year’s FirstGlance Hollywood Festival brought in the most entries in the festival’s history. The Festival runs May 1-3, 2009.
“Refrigerator” will premiere at Raleigh Studios in Hollywood on 
Saturday, May 2, 2009 at 5:30pm
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Movie Fans Find Indie’s Finest at FirstGlance 9 Hollywood

Hollywood, CA, April 17, 2009 The 9th annual FirstGlance Film Fest Hollywood runs from

Friday, May 1st to Sunday, May 3rd at Raleigh Studios Chaplin Theater, 5300 Melrose Ave.,

Hollywood, CA. Don’t miss special appearances by Dean McDermott and Dwain Murphy

from the feature film Saving God starring Ving Rhames, High School Musical’s Lucas

Grabeel in the music video Get Your Ass On, and Lea Thompson from the feature film

Balancing the Books also starring Dina Meyer, Vincent Spano, Lela Rochon, Ed Begley,

Jr., Ernie Hudson, and Tess Harper.

FirstGlance screens buzzed about indie films starring some of your favorite actors like

Twilight’s Robert Pattinson in the feature How To Be, Brad Renfro in the short Collector, the

Ring 2’s Kelly Overton in Outsource, Ian Ziering in Step Seven, and Francis Ford Coppola,

James Rosenquist, and Martha Stewart in the mini-doc Push Button House. Plus, with a

new online shorts contest, FirstGlance brings more of the best indie shorts to audiences right at

home as well. Register and vote online for the shorts contest at until

May 1st. The winning film will screen on Closing Night.

Tickets, project descriptions, trailers and the festival screening schedule are available at

Buy Tickets Now! Some screenings have already Sold Out.

First and Closing Night $12.00-Saturday and Sunday Matinees $8.00-All other screenings $10.00

FirstGlance Film Festivals’ year round activities include:

FirstGlance Film Fest Philadelphia and Hollywood, Feature & Short Screenplay Competitions, Online Film

Competition, Filmmaker Web Pages, and Short Film Productions. In 2007, MOVIEMAKER Magazine

named FirstGlance as “One of 40 Most Indie Friendly Businesses” and “One of 20 Film Festivals Worth the

Entry Fee,” and TIME Magazine named FirstGlance “One of the Top 10 Festivals for the Rest of Us” in 2006

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