Mobile Film School Will Host the Bowl-A-Rama Sponsored by Confidence Bay


Austin, Texas, August 4, 2008 – On Saturday August 9th from 6:00pm to 11:00pm, the Mobile Film School will host the Bowl-A-Rama sponsored by Confidence Bay.

The Mobile Film School’s first annual fundraiser to impact underserved and at-risk youth in Central Texas is ‘Bowl-A-Rama’ style at the 100+ year old swanky 6-lane bowling alley at Saengerrunde Hall and Scholz's Biergarten in downtown Austin, Texas. This truly unique event features friendly competition in a bowling tournament with teams from local companies and organizations.

The Mobile Film School Bowl-A-Rama fundraiser wants to welcome the public to the event. Doors will open at 6:00pm and the tournament will start at 7:00pm. Entertainment will include exhibition bowler, Robert Lawrence at 6:15pm, who is a lifelong Austinite and 3 time Professional Bowlers Tour titlist. Live music will be Austin’s own Andrea Marie and The Magnolia Band who comes on at 6:30pm, and Austin Chronicle claimed “Best Horn” for his trumpet and jazz sound, Ephraim Owens at 8:00pm. Entertainment will also include a live simulcast of the tournament, free food, Wii Bowling games in Scholz’ BeirGarten, and silent auction. All general admission and Team VIP information is available at the Mobile Film School website All ticket and event proceeds will benefit and impact underserved and at-risk youth in Central Texas.

Special Thanks to our Sponsors: Confidence Bay, Ciao-Chow Catering, FedEx Office, Omega Broadcast Group, Rocket Lab Creative, Scholz Garten, Texas Motion Picture Alliance, and Treaty Oak Platinum Rum.

The Mobile Film School (MFS) is a non-profit, highly collaborative, multi-disciplined digital media arts program based in Austin, Texas. Administered and led by known professionals in the field, MFS takes filmmaking education on the road, bringing comprehensive filmmaking education to communities that currently have little or no access to it, focusing on rural and underserved communities. Offering a wide variety of media arts programming, MFS will help foster future filmmakers who, frame by frame, will contribute to America’s rich cinematic and cultural tradition.

Confidence Bay is Texas' first HD mobile editing facility, offering video capture, logging, and editorial services. Fully equipped with two Final Cut Pro edit stations, producers, directors, and editors can see, organize, and edit their video in the field, possibly eliminating the need for re-shoots, while speeding and enhancing the production process.

For more information contact:

Kristina Mann, Director of Business Affairs
The Mobile Film School

For more information about the Mobile Film School and its programs, visit