Attention Filmmakers: LA Filmmaking Competition Begins May 24

The Collaboration Filmmakers Challenge is a two-week competition in Los Angeles beginning on May 24. At the end of the competition, short films produced by the contestants will be screened at the Harmony Gold Theater in Hollywood and judged by a jury panel of industry professionals. The winning team will be awarded a $5000 prize.

What's the theme for the competition? All the organizers will tell us is that the theme is inspired by P.J. O'Rourke.

For more information, go here.

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  • OO=======D||

    Flickers!

  • Soc Indv Sparky||

    And then??

  • Mongo||

    Here's an interesting submission: "PJ O'Pork" directed by Ira Isaacs.

  • Pro Libertate||

    A movie dramatizing Cicero's prosecution of the Catiline conspirators in Latin. No subtitles.

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