Silver Spring, MD – James Bonato, a trendsetter in independent filmmaking, is premiering his new film titled “Three Cameos” on March 13, 2016 at the AFI Theaters in Silver Spring, MD. This one-hour Documentary was made in 2015 to highlight the lives of three people who have had unspeakable obstacles in their lives and battled through adversity to come out on top.
The film follows three individuals (Eva, Harry and Malik) who all had a specific noble goal to achieve in their life encountering different obstacles blocking the pathway, yet rather than concede, they chose to “make their mark.” Eva, Harry and Malik show us determination prompting viewers to explore, “What are we all doing here? What is our purpose?”
“Finding your purpose in life and leaving your trademark on your journey is something that makes many individuals feel complete,” Bonato comments. “Without this sense of accomplishment, many feel the need to question whether they are making enough of an impactful difference in the world.”
This inspiring film Bonato hopes will be shown to high schools, colleges and other institutions. In our current societal trend of negative storylines and thoughtless activities, it is always nice to see a film that profiles the good stories in life that continue to keep hope alive!
Meet James Bonato:
James is a professional videographer in the Washington D.C. area for the past 27 years. He specializes his craft for social events and documentary films of an inspiring nature. James has been in the videography film genre since 1989 and owns his own business, James Bonato Video, LLC, for the last 11 years.
Notable projects include films for Lighthouse of the Blind, The Wilson Health Care Center senior community at Asbury and The Gate 12 organization in assisting in child guidance. He has won multiple videography awards over the years from the WEVA International (Wedding & Event Videographers Association International) annual awards show.
For more information on Three Cameos visit: http://www.jamesbonatovideo.com