Ferrari, Lamborghini and Maserati – all powerful and impressive cars.
See all those beautiful rides in this preview of the 2010 Bella Italia, shot and edited by KWIKFilms. Special thanks to videographer Rob Buchanan of HDProFilms.
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The SEMA Show is a month away and while the show isn’t open to the public, it’s getting a lot of attention. Each year the show which is held in Las Vegas, has about 100,000 industry leaders. From November 2-5, the SEMA show will showcase the best cars and the best products.
New this year – exhibitors will choose three outstanding vehicles as winner of the “SEMA Award.” There will be three categories like Hottest Car, Hottest 4x4-SUV, and Hottest Truck.
Here’s the list of contenders for the first-ever 2010 SEMA Award:
Jeep Grand Cherokee
Toyota FJ Cruiser
Who gets your vote?
We choose the Ford Mustang for Hottest Car; Subaru Outback for Hottest 4x4-SUV; and the Toyota Tundra for Hottest Truck.
KWIKFILMS will be at the “Mustangs at the Queen Mary” show in Long Beach this Sunday September 19.
It’s the 14th Annual Mustang & Ford People’s Choice Car Show, which is sponsored by the Beach Cities Mustang Club.
We’re looking forward to the show where Mustangs new and old will be on display. See you there!
KWIKFILMS has teamed up with the Ferrari Club of America San Diego Chapter to produce a DVD of the 2010 Bella Italia Car Show. We're very excited about this project. Who wouldn't want to produce a DVD featuring the hottest Italian exotic cars in Southern California.
All six hours of footage from the Panasonic HMC40 and the additional footage from Rob Buchanan's Canon 7D has been transferred to the Mac Pro. Now Frank needs to go over the footage... This is one of the most time consuming parts of the editing process. We're now in the process of scheduling appointments with Ferrari owners to be featured on the DVD.
Make sure to come back for more photos and trailers!
The San Diego & Imperial Counties Labor Council
held the 3rd Annual Cesar Chavez Day March
on March 31, 2010 at Spanish Landing Park, in San Diego CA. Marchers weaved their way through the San Diego airport, the County Administration Building, corporate buildings and banks downtown, ending the 4 mile walk with a rally at City Hall. The theme "Good Jobs, Local Jobs" reflected Cesar Chavez's message of fairness and equality. The march was very uplifting, hopeful and historical. Si se puede!