MCNY’s 3rd Annual Short Film Festival Opens w/Award-Winning Producer, SAM POLLARD April 12-14 (NYC) [Pic]

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Join CINEMATIQ Magazine at Metropolitan College of New York’s (MCNY) 3rd Annual Short Film Festival presented by the Media Management Program April 12 – 14, 2012. It is the fastest growing film festival featuring short film content in the heart of Tribeca (NYC).  This year the festival theme is NEW FACES IN FILM. The festival opens up with Award-Winning Editor/Producer, Sam Pollard. Pollard is well known for his professional skills as a film and television editor. He is also known for editing all of Spike Lee’s classic films from School Daze to When the Levees Broke. Most recently, Pollard produced and directed, Slavery By Another Name. The documentary premiered at Sundance 2012 and aired on PBS. MCNY’s 3rd Annual Short Film Festival runs from April 12 – 14, 2012 at 431 Canal Street New York, NY 10013. The festival is free and open to the public. For more information visit www.facebook.com/mcnyedu.

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Voices from the Global Village: Oscar® nominated Sam Pollard to speak at MCNY 3rd Annual Short Film Festival April 12, joins filmmakers Danielle Lurie, Parris Moore, and Ritika Hiranandani to speak April 13; sponsors line up to support the Festival.

April 2, 2012

Award winning and Oscar® nominated filmmaker Samuel Pollard, is confirmed to join Danielle Lurie, Parris Moore, and Ritika Hiranandani as speakers at the Metropolitan College of New York’s 3rd Annual Short Film Festival on April 12 and 13 from 6-9pm in the school’s Conference Center at 431 Canal Street, New York, NY.

This year’s festival, with a theme of New Faces in Film, continues to grow and gain the support of established entertainment industry leaders and corporate and community sponsors. MCNY is proud to welcome Essence, Tourism Malaysia, Subway, Little Kingdom, CINEMATIQ Magazine, Lords Bakery, Soi66 and Yamerra as they join returning sponsors Kraft and the Crosby Collective to support the efforts of our Media Management MBA students in organizing this year’s festival. Read more

 

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