Addison Sandoval just finished up a 60-second spot for Long Beach City College (LBCC). Since 1927, Long Beach City College has been at the heart of the community providing educational programs with a commitment to excellence in student learning in a culturally diverse and vibrant environment. The two-year community college encompasses state of the art, technology-rich learning environments, a broad range of academic and career technical instructional programs, strong community partnerships, and economic and workforce development initiatives that prepare students to be successful in the 21st century.
Gunwalkers arrives at iTunes just in time for the holidays. Inspired by the very real Operation Fast and Furious and rooted in a search for truth, a string of violence follows government-sanctioned sales of guns to criminals as one man fights to bring his daughter’s killers to justice.
Coming off the success of Gunwalkers, Addison Sandoval has posted two live-action projects to this year’s development slate. Penned by Sandoval, the projects include an edge-of-your-seat action drama and a dark psychological thriller. Described as Out Of The Furnace meets Gone Baby Gone, Firebrand follows an Oklahoma special agent on his quest to locate a missing child. Stratum centers on a straight-edge detective tasked with tracking down a serial killer targeting students in a sleepy university town.
The award-winning Gunwalkers arrives at AMC Theaters in Burbank on Friday, September 8th, 2017 for a special one-night engagement as part of the Burbank International Film Festival Official Selection. The film will screen in 4K Ultra High Resolution in AMC’s Dolby Cinema sound.
Carmela – Congratulations! Why did you make your film? Addison – The provenance of this film is operation Fast and Furious, a botched sting involving the Government’s release of more than 2,500 guns to known criminals. Except for the tragic loss of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry, there exists virtually no record detailing the fatalities of walking guns. Carmela – Imagine I’m a member of the audience. Why should I watch this film? Addison – Audiences should watch Gunwalkers because, at its core, the film is a search for truth. It is the point where education and entertainment intersect. Carmela – How do personal and universal themes work in your film? Addison – The America that existed in 2009, which...