CAAMFest 36, May 10-24

3rd Annual ID Film Festival Call for Submissions

March 18, 2010

 


Are you a filmmaker that identifies as hapa/mixed or Asian/Pacific Islander? Do you want to submit your work to a festival that is not going to charge you an entry fee?


The latter was a silly question. If you're an indie filmmaker, we already know you're broke!


The Japanese American National Museum is accepting film and video submissions for their third annual ID Film Festival, set to take place October 7-10, 2010 at the Tateuchi Democracy Forum theater in downtown Los Angeles.


You have until July 1, 2010 to enter (details below) and get your shot at schmoozing with the burgeoning API filmmaking community. Past filmmakers that have screened at the fest include Quentin Lee (Shopping for Fangs) and Tad Nakamura (A Song for Ourselves).


Submission Details
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 ksakai [at] janm.org
 

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Sylvie Kim

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Sylvie Kim is a contributing editor at Hyphen. She previously served as Hyphen's blog coeditor with erin Khue Ninh, film editor, and blog columnist.

She writes about gender, race, class and privilege in pop culture and media (fun fun fun!) at www.sylvie-kim.com and at SF Weekly's The Exhibitionist blog. Her work has also appeared on Racialicious and Salon.

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