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The 2012 72 Hour Shootout Screening, Awards Ceremony, VIP Reception, and WRAP PARTY!!! Public Event · By AsianAmerican FilmLab

Come see the TOP TEN films of this year’s 72 HOUR SHOOTOUT screened at the 35th Annual Asian American International Film Festival!

    • July 28 at 2:30pm until July 29 at 1:00am in EDT

2:30 Join us for the theatrical screening, followed by an awards ceremony and VIP Reception

8:00 Join us for a rockin’ after party with live music from ROUGE ROYALE!!!

ANSWERS TO FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:

What is the Shootout?
The 72 Hour Film Shootout (“Shootout”) is a worldwide competition organized by AAFilmLab in conjunction with Asian CineVision and the Asian American International Film Festival. In the Shootout, filmmaking teams have a total of 72 hours to write, shoot, edit and produce short films up to five minutes in length on a common theme. The competition creates opportunities for Asian Americans to demonstrate their talent, gain exposure in the entertainment industry and significantly impacts the visibility of Asian American stories and characters in film and television. At least one key production member and a lead actor from each team must be of Asian descent. High profile judges including Russell Simmons, ABC’s Marci Phillips, Teddy Zee and Eric Lin, will judge the entries.

The top ten finalists films will screen at the Asian American International Film Festival in New York City. The festival runs July 25, 2012, through August 5, 2012.

More Info Please!
www.aafilmlab.org/72hours or email us at shootout@aafilmlab.org!

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