“Lost” at SDFF 2012
Among the many directors, producers, screenwriters and actors walking the red carpet at The San Diego Film Festival, was Jose Yenque of the hit television series “Lost.”
While Yenque himself may not be a fanboy just yet, he became a fan of Lost after watching the entire first season on a flight home from Hawaii. He said it was well written with so many twists and turns that he couldn’t stop watching it. He wasn’t the only one who couldn’t stop watching. For Lost fans, some of Yenque’s upcoming projects are 1600 Pen (Spring 2013 on NBC), and Mucho Dinero, about the Columbia drug cartel.
It was great seeing stars like Yenque at the SDFF. Chairman and CEO of The San Diego Film Festival, Dale Strack, said that the festival provides a platform for up and coming directors and screenwriters to market and sell their stories. This year with films like Redline and Time Warrior, it’s no wonder the festival has more than doubled in size over the past 6 months. Can’t wait till next year!