Get Your Film Submission On: The Japanese American National Museum And The ID Film Festival

Thursday, March 18, 2010

Got this sent in my way from my folks down at the JANM and if you're a filmmaker - this one's definitely for you (and who doesn't love the JANM - 'cause that's a slick place to hit).

The Japanese American National Museum is accepting film and video submissions for their third annual ID Film Festival, a festival by API filmmakers for API filmmakers.

To take place from October 7-10, ID Film Fest will showcase both shorts and features to be screened digitally in the Tateuchi Democracy Forum, a state of the art theater in downtown Los Angeles.

ID Film Fest welcomes film and video works of all lengths and genres. The only requirement is that you (the filmmaker) identify as hapa/mixed or Asian/Pacific Islander (American or from abroad).

Please send a one-paged synopsis of the work along with contact info (e-mail, address and phone), a short biography of the filmmaker and a DVD screener to the:

Japanese American National Museum
Attention: Koji Steven Sakai
369 E. First St.
Los Angeles CA 90012

Please direct all inquiries to

There is no submission fee and no entry form is required. Submission deadline is July 1, 2010.
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