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|Thursday Sept 29, 8pm at JAC
Over 200 Cinemas Spanning 6 Continents Unite
The WORLD'S FIRST GLOBAL FILM FESTIVAL
And the winners are!
First Place - David and Goliath
2nd Place - Dik
3rd Place - I Love Luci
for more information visit http://www.msfilmfest.com/
Over 400 Screenings spanning 6 Continents have already been confirmed for the 2011 MANHATTAN SHORT,
with venues in Russia and Spain expected to sign on. With no other film festival ever taking place
six Continents simultaneously, The Jamestown Arts Center is proud to be a part of
MANHATTAN SHORT, the World's First Global Film Festival.
Audiences will be handed a voting card and asked to vote for the ONE Film they think should win.
Votes will be sent to MANHATTAN SHORT HQ where the winner will be announced on October 2nd at 10pm
and posted on our website at ManhattanShort.com
With some of our past Finalists going on to achieve Oscar Nominations and even winning the coveted Oscar in the short film category and moving into the feature film industry, MANHATTAN SHORT is your chance to not only see the next generation of filmmakers from around the world, but to vote on them as well.
|August 11th & 12th, 8PM
|RI INTERNATIONAL FILM
FESTIVAL AT JAC
Following the screening of Inuk at The Jamestown Art Center on Thursday night,
the Director and Executive Producer Mike Magidson
of the film
were on hand to answer questions from the audience.
Visit http://www.inuk-film.com to learn more about the film
For the first time in its fifteen-year history, the Rhode Island International Film Festival
will be showing
in Jamestown. For two evenings of the six-day festival,
the following films will be shown at 8:00pm
at the Jamestown Arts Center:
Thursday August 11th:
Dream Giver (6 minutes) animation from USA. A long legged dream giver
must save a child from his nightmare.
Inuk (89 m.) from France/Greenland. A sixteen year-old sets out on an epic journey
from a chaotic family life in Greenland’s capital city to the nurturing silences of the
arctic sea ice. NOTE: Producers and cast members from Greenland are expected to be in attendance at the screening of Inuk.
Friday August 12th:
Knock Knock (9 m.) from USA. A young woman receives an unexpected visitor when her
knocks on her door.
(6 m.) animation from France. A universe of funny creatures takes on
human characteristics in this fusion
of images and music.
(10 m.) animation from Australia. An enraged motorist encounters
an elderly driver on a vast
and barren road on Australia’s Nullarbor Plain.
Sedona (90 m.) from USA. A myriad of visitors to mystical Sedona encounter eccentric
characters and a series
of fateful disasters that lead them to unexpected miracles.
Tickets will be on sale at the door only $10.
For more information: www.rifilmfest.org