Warner Sisters

Helping to Inspire the Next Generation of Filmmakers

"Today Cass Warner's production company, "Warner Sisters" proudly carries the torch of her grandfather Harry Warner's motto, 'to educate, entertain and enlighten.' Her film, THE BROTHERS WARNER is the inside story of the rise of the Warner Brothers film studio; HOPPER: IN HIS OWN WORDS is a revealing glimpse of the iconic actor/director Dennis Hopper. Both will be shown at the festival."

THE BROTHERS WARNER is Friday, November 10th at 10:00am.
HOPPER: IN HIS OWN WORDS is Friday, November 10 at 1:00pm, both at the Winn Room inside the Coronado Public Library, 640 Orange Avenue in Coronado.
The Industry Award will be given to the Warner Brothers and their accomplishments, and will be presented to Cass by Leonard Maltin at The Celebrity Tribute. 7:30pm, Hotel Del Coronado Crown Room.

Tickets and passes are on sale now at http://coronadoislandfilmfest.com/passes, and more about the festival is at: coronadoislandfilmfest.com

OUR MISSION

Warner Sisters is here to carry on the purpose of the original Warner brothers’ motto that was initiated by my grandfather, Harry Warner, president and co-founder of the Warner Bros. studio.

Producing, inspiring, and encouraging entertainment that “educates, entertains and enlightens” is our creative duty, and honor.

- Cass Warner

Cass Warner

EDUCATE, ENTERTAIN, ENLIGHTEN!

“We must always try to visualize the benefits of a new idea, because that which is visualized is that which we can do."

- Harry Warner, Founder & President of Warner Bros. Studios

HOPPER: IN HIS OWN WORDS Documentary

Hollywood Icon. Brilliant Outcast. Reluctant Rebel.

A restless maverick and sometimes self-destructive genius, he became revered and reviled for his perfectionism. Few people understood the man.
 
“We combined my very personal, candid conversation with archival footage and photos, and crafted a revealing portrait of the actor, director, writer and artist who defined a generation and created one of the film industry’s most enduring and revolutionary legacies.”

–Cass Warner (producer, writer, director)