Free Festival this Saturday, James Rolfe & Adopt an Artist

May 5, 2011 in Newsletter by admin

Project Twenty1 Newsletter

2nd Annual Norristown Arts FestivalAnchor

 NAHSaturday, May 7 · 10:00am – 4:00pm RSVP on Facebook
Arts Hill on Dekalb St in Norristown, PA 19401 (Map)
All Ages, FREE, Rain or Shine!

This year’s Norristown Arts Festival will have more artists, performers, vendors & entertainment than last year! Project Twenty1 is launching the first set of screenings in our Community Screener program, Join us, watch, and vote for your favorite submissions to the 2011 Philadelphia Film & Animation Festival! Screenings occur from 12:00 noon to 3:30pm in the Project Twenty1 offices, so stop by and watch some amazing films!

Tone Building, 107 East Main Street, Suite LL1
Norristown, PA 19401 (google map)

Take handicapped ramp to the right to the front lobby and elevator or stairs DOWN to LL1. We are the first Suite in the front. We’re open to the public all afternoon!

NOTE: If you, a friend, or family member has submitted a film to this year’s PFAF, you will not be able to vote.


  James RolfeJames Rolfe is the founder of Cinemassacre Productions. He has created more than 300 films in his career, and has become an icon in the gaming world with his hit web series The Angry Video Game Nerd. James is a graduate of the University of the Arts Philadelphia.

Known for its hilarious reviews and retrospectives of pop culture phenomena, his website is extremely popular. He is one of the most viewed Directors of All Time on Youtube, with over 500,000 subscribers and 250,000 Facebook fans. James creates content for,, and MTV, and was the winner of Mashable’s Best Web Series of 2009 for The Angry Video Game Nerd.

James’ other popular series include Board James, and You Know What’s Bullsh*t? He is currently in pre-production of Angry Video Game Nerd: The Movie  and is shooting new episodes of OverAnalyzers in the Project Twenty1 offices. In addition to judging the top films of the festival, James will be in attendance to present the awards at the 2011 Philadelphia Film & Animation Festival.

(photo by John DePasquale)


PAdoptanArtist-sqroject Twenty1 believes that students should receive an education – even if they cannot afford it.

100% of these funds will support Project Twenty1′s Educational Program, which teaches students and volunteers valuable lessons in video production, animation, community service, outreach & activism, social media,  web design, and writing.

Click here for more info.

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Your friends, as always,

Stephanie Yuhas, Executive Producer
Matt Conant, Artistic Director
& All the “Susie Filmmakers
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