October 19, 2010 in Uncategorized by admin

Looking for more quality indie films now that the 2010 Project Twenty1 Film & Animation Festival has wrapped? Come out to support our friends at the 2010 Philadelphia Asian American Film Festival Presented By HBO this coming Thursday through Sunday! FREE OPENING and CLOSING NIGHT PARTIES with food and open bar (wine/beer), with ticket stub or VIP badge. Screenings take place at The International House, Comcast Center (need to buy online or rsvp to get on security list), and Asian Arts Initiative.

Check out the lineup, schedule, and trailers at: www.phillyasianfilmfest.org.

Order tickets online at: http://phillyasian.bside.com/2010/schedule/week.

Online interactive guide can be found at:  http://issuu.com/paaff/docs/paaff10programguide.

PAAFF ’10 still needs volunteers, contact: mike@phillyasianfilmfest.org.

Tune in to NBC 10 News in the 4:00 pm news hour on Wednesday to catch a live interview promoting PAAFF ’10 with Greg Pak, award-winning indie filmmaker and popular Marvel Comics writer. Greg’s latest short film, “Mr. Green” starring Tim Kang (The Mentalist) screens at Asian Arts Initiative, 1219 Vine St. at 1:00 pm, on Saturday, October 21st.  Later that same day at 6:00 pm, Greg will be receiving the PAAFF ’10 Emerging Voice Award at a FREE SPECIAL EVENT moderated by Loraine Ballard Morrill (Clear Channel Radio Philadelphia) upstairs at The International House, 3701 Chestnut St. Free signed giveaways, light refreshments.

Project Twenty1 is sending free tickets to  random members in PAAFF ‘10’s Shorts Program 2: Visions at 1:00 pm, Saturday, October 23rd at Asian Arts Initiative, 1219 Vine St. This shorts program containing notable new works from the Asian American film community was curated in part by Pam Nemoto at HBO/Cinemax and includes Greg Pak’s latest short, “Mr. Green.” Click here for the full breakdown. You must be a Project Twenty1 Member to qualify! (Sign up here!)

Hope to see you at PAAFF ’10!

Your friends, as always,

Stephanie Yuhas, Executive Producer
Matt Conant
, Artistic Director
Not Just A Film Festival