Now here’s a project to get stabbed in the eye for. Just announced at Comic-Con, Will Eisner‘s acclaimed graphic novel about the New York City immigrant experience in the 1930s, “A Contract With God” will be adapted into a live action feature.
International Call provides production funds for independent producers who are non-U.S. citizens, helping them create documentaries for American television. This production funding initiative is designed to showcase international documentaries with powerful global stories that inform, inspire and connect Americans to the world at large.
The San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival rocks! There’s just no other way to say it. WHATEVER IT TAKES just had its world premiere on Saturday night (3/14), and I was blown away by the experience.
It’s hard to believe, but I can finally announce that WHATEVER IT TAKES has been completed! At times, I never thought my film would be done. There was always another scene to shoot, another rough cut to edit, another technical detail to manage. But through it all we persevered, and now we are ready to show our film to the world.
The Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) and the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) invite you to participate in the 2009 Producers Workshop at WGBH, an initiative of the CPB/PBS Producers Academy, which offers professional development activities designed to identify public broadcasting’s next generation of creative talent.
Locus at Kearny Street Workshop, in collaboration with the San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival, team up with local filmmakers and musicians to produce the 2nd annual DIY Premiere and Online Contest – videos will premiere at an event hosted by Locus at Kearny Street Workshop and one will win a spot in SFIAAFF’s Music Video Asia.