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Welcome Filmmakers!

The Secret Admirer Society has been strolling throughout the year, posting news constantly everyday, and we’d like to stop and thank you for your attention. We wanted to stay relevant, by being conventional with our content. No one has ignored the changes in our world, and we wish to let you know that we’re not standing back from further sympathy and updates. But, rather, we are here to aid the improvement in this future we all want: equal rights of humanity.

Life isn’t fair, but it helps to tip the scale for the better good. Our mission is to tip it enough for every person of any and every enthicity, and gender, to be treated equally with respect, and given the rights necessary to stand with dignity, as human beings. The discrimination of just being “black” or “white” needs to end. But we cannot do it alone. And you need an audience.

Beginning this year, we opened our doors at filmfreeway.com for film and script submissions. Now that the deadline’s been met, we will soon announce the Nominees. Anticipating our first year’s premiere, we’ve made plans for the attendees:

  1. The screenings will be free to the public, so invite your friends and family!
  2. The red carpet will be setup next to the theater, so have fun with the Press;
  3. Q&A will be held after each film shown, so please be ready;
  4. And the Award Ceremony tickets will be available here in secretadmirersociety.com/filmfest

Collaborating with the Pasadena Central Library, we will be showcasing our partnership with the community by screening films by the children’s and teens prior to the beginning of each screening day. Please remember, we’ll be having multiple dates for the script readings and screenings. Do RSVP, as seating is limited.

Winners of the SAS Film Festival will be awarded with their respective title, published in our Nominee pages, and will have their film promoted for one whole year, with the winning script read live on stage, from beginning to end. (Nominated scripts will have only partial scenes read at the Award Ceremony). 

We will be Publishing monthly ezines, promoting each winner’s awarded submissions, and future projects to come, as a whole documented piece of their artistic endeavor. We ask that you subscribe for further details, and take advantage of this amazing opportunity for a real cause, and make a real change this society needs- for equality, humanity, and the dignity we all deserve.

Feel free to comment below for details, and we will help you as best as possible. For more info, contact us at: info@secretadmirersociety.com

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Dapper Day 2017

Yesterday, I travelled to Dapper Day at Disneyland. The crowd was immense, the security was on fleek, and the fashion was as mentioned: Dapper!

Attending this free weekend event, I expected to see a subculture of class and brilliance from all that attended. What I didn’t expect was a community of buddies and friends. It was like attending another comic convention, where friends were merely there for meeting up, and they so happened to bring alot nice goodies back home. From makeup and gloves, to dresses and shoes, the market had everything you could ever want to become the Dapper style of your dreams.

I, for one, enjoyed the dance lessons and mobile barber shops. A pink Cadillac was placed in the middle of the hall, and a bar was ready near the dance floor and both photo booths. And if that wasn’t enough, you got to leave the “Dapper Day Expo” with a balloon, and go your merry way through Downtown Disney and Disneyland. All in all, it was a charming weekend.

Unlike most conventions though, Dapper Day isn’t about hype. You don’t get a Stan Lee to roar the crowds, or protestors to ruin your week. It’s simply shopping, mingling, and a whole lot of style.

To think, it all started merely through social media, just as an annual meeting up at Disneyland, by Justin Jorgensen. The style has everyone dressing in old war time fashion, ranging from 1920’s through 1950’s attire. The spin off of the idea is that people are dressed in “Disney Bound” – a style of casual clothing where people wear colors and patterns that represent their favorite Disney character.
Today, more and more meetups happen, just like this, in their own style – societies in their own fashion: Dapper, Emo, Geek, and many more. 

To learn more, visit: dapperday.com

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