The Official DC Asian Pacific American Film Blog

Friday, June 08, 2007

72 Hour Shootout

Think you're a filmmaker? A writer? Actor?


Announcing the 4th Annual 72 Hour Film Shootout! Now in it's 4th year, The Shootout is a nationwide competition where filmmaking teams have 72 hours to write, shoot, edit and produce short digital films up to five minutes on a common theme. The intention of this competition is to create opportunities for Asian Americans to demonstrate their talent, gain exposure in the entertainment industry and to impact 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. Not Asian? Fret not. Anyone can participate in this competition. In fact, we prefer diversity. Just visit the website for details.

2007 Judging Panel: Eric Byler, Karin Chien, Tanuj Chopra, Grady Hendrix, Michael Kang, Sung Kang, Ellen Kuras, Grace Lee, Marci Phillips (ABC Casting) and Russell Wong


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Whew. It's done. That was fun!

11:45 PM


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