Wrapped two features in September and started a comedy. San Banarje's thriller "The Shadow Behind You" written by Trisha Ray and Banarje and Brian Stewart's "Artisse" directed by Trisha Ray wrapped together in September. The third film, a 2-hour Woody Allenish comedy titled "A SEX COMEDY" written by debuting director Richard Finger, a Forbes columnist, is now casting in Houston, Austin, Los Angeles and New York for a shoot this winter. Submissions from experienced cast and crew may be emailed to email@example.com.
Filmmaker San Banarje wins the ''Best of the Festival'' Award for his feature ''Bodhisattva'' at the Gulf Coast Film and Video festival 2012. San Banarje is seen here with Director of Houston Film Commission, Mr. Rick Ferguson who presented the best of the festival award.
San Banarje's social short "Semper Fi" and Brian Stewart's Christian Feature "Inside Out" both premiered at the 2012 Worldfest Houston International Film Festival and won gold Remi in their respective categories. The films were shot in Houston.
Filmmaker Trisha Ray has completed her latest film "Reverse" shot in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Join its facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/reversefilm
''Bodhisattva'' wins best Foreign film Award at the Alexandria Film Festival, Virginia. San Banarje Director/ Producer accepts the award from Councilman Rob Krupicka at Alexandria Film Festival.
At the Bare Bones Film Festival 2011, Director San Banarje wins Indie Auteur Award and Best Foreign Film for Bodhisattva.
Academy Award Nominated Actor Robert Loggia (Scarface, Jagged Edge, Big, Sopranos) with director San Banarje of Bodhisattva at the Hoboken International Film Festival where Bodhisattva got four nominations including best picture.
Joe Estevez (brother of Martin Sheen and uncle of Emilio Estevez and Charlie Sheen) during a take from our summer feature "Inside Out"
Legendary actor Soumitra Chatterjee, who has acted in three Lake Camp Productions feature films, "Sugarbaby", "Bodhisattva" and "The Nowhere Son", who has earlier received 'The Officier des Arts et Metiers', the highest award for arts from France and "Lifetime Achievement Award" from Italy, whose movies with Academy Award winner Satyajit Ray have received the best picture awards in Cannes, Berlin, Venice etc, has just now received the highest award in Indian cinema "Dadasaheb Phalke Award". Congratulations to one of the best actors in the world on being recognized yet again for 53 years of dedicated and excellent work.