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Film Lab Selected for WNYC/WQXR Radio’s Support The ARtS Initiative (STAR)!
WNYC's Support The Arts Initiative chose the Asian American Film Lab to profile over a 12-month period, through on-air promotional announcements and free website support.
The Film Lab (http://www.asianamericanfilmlab.com/)
Upcoming Film Lab events include:
2015 SHOOTOUT FILMMAKING COMPETITION BUILD YOUR TEAM NETWORKING PARTY
May 13, 6:30-8:30pm at the Red Egg, 202 Centre Street, In NYC. RSVP on www.film-lab.org.
THE 2015 72 HOUR SHOOTOUT LAUNCH PARTY: LOOK DEEPER!
June 4, 6-8pm in NYC
The Launch Party will include live musical guests, prizes, drinks and all sorts of fun so join us in person if you can! RSVP at www.film-lab.org
THE 2015 72 HOUR SHOOTOUT
June 4-7 all over the world
In just one weekend, some of the world’s most brilliant filmmakers tackle racial inequality in their industry, with amazing results. All over the world, multi-racial teams work together with a common goal. In that brief span they laugh, love, cry, fight, discover, and learn until, finally, they see. Then they share that vision with us. The result is a staggering body of work, hundreds of short films to date, which entertain, encourage, and challenge viewers to go on their own journeys. After a decade of Shootouts, which have inspired thousands of filmmakers and audience members, it’s your turn to become part of the legacy.
THE 2015 72 HOUR SHOOTOUT WORLD PREMIERE AND WRAP PARTY
July 25 at The Asian American International Film Festival in NYC
Come out and see the world premiere of the top ten most incredible films of the 2015 72 Hour Shootout! Enjoy prizes from our sponsors, network and collaborate with fellow artists. Find out who won the awards, including mentorships from NBC, ABC and so much more! More at Facebook.com/
In order to be eligible for WNYC's *STAR* Initiative, cultural organizations must be registered 501(c)(3) not-for-profits with annual operating budgets under $500,000. Monthly participating organizations will be selected by WNYC staff; see below for application forms, which can also be requested from WNYC Listener Services at (646) 829-4000 and sent via regular mail to WNYC Radio, STAR Initiative, 160 Varick Street, 7th Floor, New York, NY 10013. For more: http://www.wnyc.org/
Asian American Film Lab Inc.
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