MUSE talks with director Todd Newman and musician Dave Navarro at the special screening of their film, Mourning Son at the final day of the Infinity Film Festival.
Dave Navarro was 15- years-old when his mother was brutally murdered. When he goes on a journey for understanding, he confronts the past and speaks to FBI agents, friends and family about the traumatic events that changed his life.
Infinity Film Festival in Beverly Hills is a new opportunity for participants to experience unique moments in time in the entertainment capital of the world. The festival is built on the blockchain, providing a responsive, transparent and clear value exchange between innovators, creators, fans and brands. At the core of our DNA is a strong focus on a multitude of formats and interactions showcasing the limitless opportunities in experiencing media!
Programming will have an emerging-technology focus, with event bringing together creative, business and tech icons from Hollywood, Silicon Valley and Silicon Beach. The festival’s name was inspired by the seemingly infinite possibilities currently being realized as these industries morph and merge: from digital networks and new streaming services to innovative mobile and social media content.
IFF will features over 100 screenings, 30 Cutting-Edge Technology Exhibitions and more than 200 industry thought-leaders over the course of four days. The festival takes place throughout many of the iconic venues in Beverly Hills, including a professional conference with keynote speakers, panel presentation and “IFF Student Lab,” presented by UT Austin and Chapman University Dodge School of Film and Media Arts.
To watch Mourning Son please visit Amazon at https://www.amazon.com/dp/B019YRH728