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.”
On Sept. 21, Rachel Galvin had the honor to introduce the top three winners of NE Focal Point’s essay contest. Galvin was one of three judges of the competition, which included almost 20 essayists writing about “What NE Focal Point Means to Me.” Galvin was surprised to be acknowledged by NE Focal Point with a certificate and a few other things to take home for her participation as a judge. The winning essays will be published by Galvin in The Observer Newspaper, of which she is editor.
On Sept. 18, Rachel Galvin attended the Women in the Arts Miami event held at the Aperion Grill & Bar in Bay Harbor Islands to be honored with an award for Best Freelance Writer. Galvin was just one of many women honored in the field not only of media, but also film, art, philanthropy, beauty, health and more.
The kosher restaurant, which also won an award for Best Kosher Restaurant, served up hors d’ oeuvres and everyone received a free drink. Before and after the event, people posed on the red carpet.
The event was created by actress and model Diana Noris, was produced by Jessica Saiontz and hosted by Gianina Acevedo. For more information, including list of honorees, visit www.womenintheartsmiami.com.