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Filmmaker Update: Shasha Nakhai

Only one week left to help crowd-fund filmmaker Shasha Nakhai’s latest project Weekend Warrior! Weekend Warrior is a new short comedy from the Casey Brothers and Compy Films. Weekend Warrior follows Bobby Reddick as he tries to adjust to life … Continue reading

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Canadian picks at CAAMfest

CAAMfest (formerly known as the San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival) has announced their full programming! This year’s line-up is an exciting roster of movies, music, munchies…and my personal favourite, a 60th anniversary exhibition on Astro Boy and the … Continue reading

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Pitch tips: Shasha Nakhai recommends practice

So You Think You Can Pitch? is both an Industry Series highlight (Free to public!) during the Festival and an opportunity to kick-start or finish your short film with us. We catch up with 2010 Pitch Winner (Emerging Filmmaker Category) … Continue reading

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Filmmaker Update: Shasha Nakai and Rich Williamson

We are happy to share that The Sugar Bowl (dir. Shasha Nakai, So You Think You Can Pitch winner, 2010) will be screening at the following festivals this fall! DC Shorts Film Festival – Washington, DC, USA Thu, Sep 6 … Continue reading

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Filmmaker Update: Shasha, Rich, Midi, Heather, Paul, Mingu

Shasha Nakhai and Rich Williamson’s The Sugar Bowl will be screening at the AmerAsia Film Festival in Montreal this March! The Sugar Bowl premiered at Reel Asian in 2011 as part of the Trailblazers Shorts Program. In celebration of LIFT‘s … Continue reading

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Filmmaker Updates: Sol Friedman, Desiree Lim, Shasha Nakhai

Filmmaking requires talent, time and most importantly…money and your votes! Our Reel Asian filmmakers have been busy and need your support to fund their projects: Tweet this!

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