Got some info sent in as a reminder that while the early deadline has passed for AAIFF 2010 entires - you still have about a month until the final deadline.
Your friendly reminder.
Just a quick note that January 27 marks the early deadline for submissions to
the 33rd Asian American International Film Festival (AAIFF'10). Films submitted
online and postmarked by today can still save on their submission fees. The
categories now accepting submissions are:
* Narrative Features
* Short Films
* Music Video
* Youth Films (by filmmakers under 20)
Deadline: January 27, 2010 (postmarked)
Final Deadline: February 24, 2010
Submit through Withoutabox at
www.withoutabox.com/login/5751 to receive $5 discount
details please visit: http://www.asiancinevision.org
We are also holding
a National Festival Tour Cinema Me short film contest for non-professional,
aspiring, and emerging filmmakers to submit a short film – under five minutes –
completed between the periods of November 9, 2009 and April 30, 2010.
Contestants have chance to win a Grand Prize of $3,000 provided by Toyota.
Finalists also have a chance for screening at the 33rd Asian American
International Film Festival, New York City, July 2010. Deadline to enter is
April 30, 2010.
For more information please visit:
ABOUT ASIAN CINEVISION (ACV)
Asian CineVision, Inc. is a
not-for-profit national media arts organization dedicated to the development,
promotion and preservation of film and video arts by and about people of Asian
descent. Founded in 1976 by Hong Kong cinema legend Tsui Hark, Oscar-nominated
director Christine Choy, Danny Yung, and Peter Chow, ACV began as a media
activism organization. The organization continues to serve the Asian American
community by promoting the works of Asian and Asian American filmmakers, and
providing a window to the diverse experiences and livelihoods of the Asian
diaspora. For more information on ACV, please visit www.asiancinevision.org.
ABOUT THE ASIAN AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL FILM
AAIFF is the first and longest running festival in the
country devoted to showcasing films created by media artists of Asian descent
and about the Asian community. Founded in 1978, AAIFF continues to be a leading
showcase for Asian American film and video. In addition to panels, workshops,
and film receptions, this year's festival will feature the work of over 50
filmmakers during the weekend of July 23-26 across three locations: the
Clearview Chelsea Cinemas, SVA Theater, & the newly renovated Museum of
Chinese in America. For more information on AAIFF '09, please visit