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Here are links to some media coverage with
info on The ShortFest. Special
ERIN WHITE, CHUCK GRAHAM &
SHIPHERD REED for their kind efforts!
Arizona Daily Star feature
Tucson Citizen feature
Submission info and the entry form for the
2007 TucsonFilm.com ShortFest is now
get a behind-the-scenes peek at the
struggles, politics and work that go
into creating a truly indie film fest,
and share your comments, too.
see a list of prizes for the 2006 winning
for the 2006 professional film
panel seminar panel HERE
about the TucsonFilm.com ShortFest
and its partners HERE
SELECTED FILM SCHEDULE:
Oscar-nominated short added to the 2006 LINEUP.
THE 2006 TUCSONFILM.COM SHORTFEST
"Short Films. Big Ideas."
TucsonFilm.com creates Micro-Cinema screenings of truly independent film and video, produces the ShortFest film festival, and also invites other filmmakers to make and share films with our PCMP company in Arizona. Join us and help make and show more truly independent films!
We welcome all filmmakers and film fans with open hearts and minds.
Take a look at the results of the 2006 festival in the next few pages; we'll update events, schedules & prizes for the 2007 festival as they all come together!
THE 2007 SHORTFEST SITE IS HERE !
SUCCESS! The first TucsonFilm.com ShortFest hits a home run!
Go HERE for winning films and seminar photos!
Go HERE for more festival photos and filmmaker comments!
April 17, 2006: We are delighted that filmmakers and film lovers from across Arizona and the West flocked to the first ShortFest! THANK YOU!
ABOVE: Filmmakers from around the world gather with
the festival's one-sheet poster in the Loft Theater
April 15, 2006 TucsonFilm.com ShortFest.
Want to peek behind the scenes? See our BLOG!
from the festival program:
Welcome to the TucsonFilm.com ShortFest, where "Short Films and Big Ideas" take center screen.
We have battled to build a different kind of film festival — one where the filmmaker and
their films remain the focus. We charged no entry fee, personally viewed each and every
film submitted, and will award prizes based on merit. Also, we will make no financial
profit from the filmmakers who have already poured everything they have into their films.
That may seem obvious to some, but it is a fundamentally different approach than most
film festivals (including those which force filmmakers to pay before being considered for alumni screenings)!
This festival is our sincere gift to you, the truly independent filmmaker and film fan.
We hope in turn that it inspires you to make more films, to help other filmmakers, and
to give of yourself in your own film community. We believe as professional filmmakers
this is our responsibility, and we invite you to join us for the benefit of all!
Timothy Gassen & Mike Rom
The TucsonFilm.com ShortFest ___________________________________________________________________
APRIL 15, 2006 FESTIVAL SCHEDULE:
(subject to change):
The$10 public ticket price admits the filmgoer to all festival events! Tickets are on sale in advance at the Loft box office, and also on the day of the event.
3 PM - 5:30 PM
In the Loft upstairs theatre; first-come seeting. Go HERE for seminar details.
6 PM -7 PM
Informal reception and mixer for the festival's filmmakers, the industry seminar experts, and filmgoers, in the lobby of the Loft. Food, soft drinks, beer and wine available. Don't miss this relaxed networking opportunity!
7 PM -10 PM
Three hours of the best selected short films, in the main Loft Theater downstairs, with a short intermission at the end of each hour. Hosted By El Super Ocho!
10 PM - 10:30 PM
The ballots for the "Audience Selection" will be tallied, the winning filmmakers will be presented with their awards, and the audience will win prizes, too!
CONTACT: ShortFest director Timothy Gassen at firstname.lastname@example.org