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  • Retno Widyastuti
    Diperuntukkan bagi teman-teman yang suka membuat film pendek atau dokumenter ^^! Mohon di forward ke teman2 lain yang mungkin tertarik ya. Doumo arigatou!  
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    Diperuntukkan bagi teman-teman yang suka membuat film pendek atau dokumenter ^^!

    Mohon di forward ke teman2 lain yang mungkin tertarik ya. Doumo arigatou!

     

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    ----- Forwarded Message ----
    From: Roger Pornpoj Sansuchat <roger@...>
    To: Retno Widyastuti <red_now14@...>
    Sent: Monday, June 22, 2009 9:20:00 AM
    Subject: Short Film Competition Win an Award and US$1,000

     

    US ASEAN Short Film Competition

     

    http://www.usaseancreativeproject.org/uasfc/


    Washington, DC, April 20, 2009 – US-ASEAN Creative Project (UACP) is proud to present the 2009 US-ASEAN Short Film Competition – the first of its kind to focus on the vibrant and dynamic region of Southeast Asia. We are calling for entry from everyone in the world, not limited to ASEAN-based filmmakers, to submit their short film. In keeping with the organization’s mission, there is one mandatory thematic requirement: Southeast Asian life, culture, and people. We challenge filmmakers to be as creative as they want in interpreting the theme.

    The competition will make use of the advent of digital distribution in filmmaking through YouTube. Contestants are expected to upload their films to YouTube and submit the URLs. Five finalists will be shortlisted and their work will be shown on the 2009 US-ASEAN Film Festival and the UACP Portal. The judges will then make their decision for the best film while the audience (online and at the festival) will vote for the Audience Award.

    We have put together an international group of experts from the various aspects of the film industry. Our judges are based in various places in the United States and Southeast Asia. They are: Bangkok-based film critic and researcher Anchalee Chaiworaporn; New York-based Singaporean filmmaker Colin Goh; film professor Konrad Ng from M
    noa, Hawaii; and Tom Vick, film programmer for the Freer & Sackler Galleries at the Smithsonian Institution here in Washington, DC.

    2009 US-ASEAN Short Film Competition
    Project Manager: Naratama Rukmananda
    Mandatory Theme: Southeast Asian Life, Culture, and People
    Submission Period: April 14, 2009 00:00 EDT – July 20, 2009 23:59 EDT
    Early Bird Submission Deadline: June 15, 2009 23:59 EDT
    Entry Fee: US$25 (General), US$10 (Early bird),

    Free for ASEAN & East Timor-based filmmakers

     

     

       

     

     

     

     


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