Get Ready: The 3rd Annual ID Film Festival (October 8 - October 10, 2010)

Monday, September 13, 2010

Great film, workshops for API filmmakers, and from what I hear - this should be the best ID Film Festival yet.

What more do you want?

ID Film Festival

Dates: October 8 through 10
Japanese American National Museum

$5 for Museum members
$10 for Non Members
$30 for Festival pass

Friday (10/8) 8 pm: Opening Night Film Fog
Fog, directed by Kit Hui, starring Hong Kong-based American actor Terence Yin and Eugenia Yuan. Director Kit Hui will present the Los Angeles premiere of her moody and artful debut feature. Ming Lai’s Journey of a Paper Son will precede the feature. A reception will follow the screening in honor of directors Kit Hui and Ming Lai.

Saturday (10/9) 6 pm: Shorts Program. Combination Platter
Combination Platter delivers an eclectic selection of short films that promises to make you laugh and think, featuring videos by Kerwin Berk, James Huang, Chia-Chun Hsum Kristina Sisco, Mark Niu, William Lu, and Feodor Chin.

Saturday (10/9) 8 pm: Shorts Program. Queer & Sexy
Queer & Sexy presents a rare and edgy collection of queer and sexy shorts. Buckle down for a fun and fierce ride down the rainbow! The selection features videos by PJ Raval, Jessica Sanders, Quentin Lee, Eunice Wu, Kevyn Fong, and Brent Anbe.

Saturday (10/9), 10 pm:Centerpiece Film. Air Doll
Air Doll , directed by Hirokazu Koreeda, is acclaimed Japanese director Koreeda’s magical realist Cannes entry about a life-size blow-up doll developing a soul and falling in love with a video store clerk

Sunday (10/10) 12 pm: Filmmakers Crash Course
Filmmakers Crash Course is a series of 15 minute intense workshops from experts in various areas of the artistry and business of filmmaking.

Sunday (10/10) 2 pm: The API TV Pilot Shootout & Battle of the Pitches
Shootout is a multi-layered competition designed to assist writers, actors, directors, and crew in advancing their careers.

Sunday (10/10) 5 pm: Closing Film. The Things We Carry
The Things We Carry, directed by Ian McCrudder, is a moving drama about two siblings dealing with their drug addicted mother’s death. This Lobit sisters production features a stellar performance by writer/actress Alyssa Lobit. Jessica Sison’s short Kuna ni Nanag will precede the feature.