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Re: [48hfp] Benefit Screening of 48 Hour Films From Across the USA

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  • John David
    Yes, I agree it would have been swell to have a film from SF in the line-up, as there were many strong contenders. However, on the bright side, that means the
    Message 1 of 3 , Sep 27, 2005
      Yes, I agree it would have been swell to have a film from SF
      in the line-up, as there were many strong contenders.
      However, on the bright side, that means the films selected
      should all be EVEN FUNNIER than the best from SF!
      Here's to watching some amusing flicks for a good cause. 
      Hope to see you there! 
      Note advanced tickets link below.  Recommended to avoid lines, as
      the ticket booth sells tickets for all movies showing, and it
      can get backed up at times. 

      On 9/27/05, Ben Hess <bahess@...> wrote:
      Hi JD and group,

      This looks GREAT but bummer not have any SF films
      included in the lineup! (Main Cabin comes to mind!)

      I hope to make it tomorrow night.


      Ben Hess
      Producer, Writer
      (the sci fi one with the 57 Chevy :-)
      650 367 7899

      --- John David <firstharmonic@...> wrote:

      > Dear friends of the 48 Hour Film Project--
      > This message went out previously to many of you, but i wasn't sure
      > if it got sent to the Yahoo Group for the SF 48HFP. Here it is.
      > I am writing to let you know that the 48 Hour Film Project and
      > Landmark Theaters are organizing a benefit for people affected by
      > Hurricane Katrina.  We're showing eleven of the funniest, most
      > entertaining films made as part of the 48 Hour Film Project.
      > The filmmakers and the 48HFP have donated the use of the films
      > and our labor to produce the event.  Landmark Theaters have
      > generously donated their theater time at cinemas across the US.
      > 100% of the proceeds will go to hurricane relief efforts through
      > the American Red Cross.
      > So come on out for a good cause, and watch the adventures of
      > Naked Man, see robots take over cities, and hear songs of office
      > intrigue and mayonnaise.  These films are guaranteed to make you
      > laugh!
      > Here are the details:
      > "Funny Shorts Made Fast: A Hurricane Katrina Benefit"
      > Wed. Sept 28th, at 7:30pm
      > Embarcadero Center Cinema
      > One Embarcadero Center, Promenade Level
      > San Francisco, CA 94111 (415) 267-4893
      > Tickets: $10
      > All proceeds go to the American Red Cross.
      > Advanced tickets and theater info are here:
      > 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
      > I hope you can join us.  It promises to be a great evening!
      > Please forward this e-mail to friends and listserves!
      > We need to get the word out to make this a success.
      > For more details, go to:
      > http://www.48hourfilm.com/relief.htm
      > Best,
      > John David
      > San Francisco Local Producer
      > 48 Hour Film Project
      > http://www.48hourfilm.com/

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