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Reminder: Benefit Screening tomorrow night! "Funny Shorts Made Fast"

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  • Christina Ruppert Elepano
    Don t forget that tbe screening Funny Shorts Made Fast: A Hurricane Katrina Benefit is tomorrow night, Thursday, 9/29! Come out for an evening of
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      Don't forget that tbe screening "Funny Shorts Made Fast: A Hurricane
      Katrina Benefit" is tomorrow night, Thursday, 9/29!

      Come out for an evening of entertainment and do a good deed at
      the same time!

      See info below...

      The 48 Hour Film Project and Landmark Theaters are sponsoring a
      benefit screening for Hurricane Katrina victims. Come see eleven
      of the funniest films made as part of the 48 Hour Film Project,
      including New York's own "Without a Clue".

      100% of the ticket sales will go to a hurricane relief fund through
      the American Red Cross.

      Here are the details:
      "Funny Shorts Made Fast: A Hurricane Katrina Benefit"
      Thursday, Sept. 29, at 7:30pm
      Date: Thursday, Sept. 29 at 7:30pm
      Place: Landmark's Sunshine Cinema
      143 East Houston Street on the Lower East Side
      (b/w 1st and 2nd Avenues)
      (212) 330-8182

      Tickets: $10
      All proceeds to American Red Cross.
      Advance tickets and theater info:

      The show includes:
      "The Golden Tiki of Djubuti Buti", by Silopana from Baltimore
      "Release", by Knights of the B from Baltimore
      "Breakin Bread", by Klown Shoes from Las Vegas
      "Without A Clue", by Ragtag Productions from New York City
      "Big Foot", by Raine Pro-Co from Los Angeles
      "The Premise Syndrome", by Cinema Queso from Portland, OR
      "Mother Mayo", by Ruckus Films from Nashville
      "Pitch Imperfect", by Battleground State from Boston
      "Recharging the Batteries", by Band of Outsiders from Atlanta
      "Knights of the Round Table", by CW Syndicate from Philadelphia
      "Help Me Rhonda", by Digital Tronics from Washington, DC

      There with be a Q&A with the filmmakers afterwards.

      We hope you can join us!


      Ben Guaraldi and Christina Ruppert Elepano
      New York Producers
      48 Hour Film Project
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