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Saturday, February 6, 2010

Wednesday to Saturday, Only $6 a ticket!

Dam Short Film Festival

Volunteers, interns needed

Festival February 11, 12 and 13, 2010.

Over 118 films in just three days!
Only $6 per festival programming block.  

Filmmaker mixer Friday night, Filmmakers Panel on Saturday noon.

Click here to links to each block of films.

Nevada SAG Members Micheal Toole's "Spotters" world premiers on Saturday at 2:45!
Screenings are at the Historic Boulder Theater, courtesy of Desi Arnez Jr. and his wife. The Festival office, events and hospitality are located in the even more historic Boulder Dam Hotel.

Help keep a small but great short film festival alive!

I sit on the board and screening committees for this fun little short film festival, with international exposure and a high rate of films going on to success in other festivals.

We need volunteers to reach out to the film communities here, in LA and world wide.

Volunteer applications are being accepted for the festival dates.

There are for credit internships available through the College of Southern Nevada and the Art Institute.

Films go on to earn awards and distribution from other festivals or distributors.

It's a great place to show young (and even older) film makers the difference SAG talent makes.

And a fun excuse to escape Las Vegas (the Strip is 30 minutes away in a different valley in a world far far away from quiet Boulder City).

Small town world wide festival!

Volunteer festival international in scope.

The Dam Short Film Society

806 Buchanan Blvd, Ste 115-181
Boulder City, NV 89005
Fax 702-293-2164
2010 (at) damshortfilm (dot) org

Charlene Brewer, Executive Director:

Feel free to search the achieve of this blog and its sister blogs for more on the festival.

Dam Short Film Festival: you are needed!

Volunteers and audience needed!





Pot convention cancelled

Exhibitors and ticket buyers are being told the promoter canceled Cannapalooza, a marijuana safety, health and pot culuture convention scheduled in March at Mandalay Bay.

The promoter, who put in two years and spent over a quarter of a million dollars so far in organizing the event says exhibit space was almost sold out, with blocks of rooms already pre-sold. He had no intention to cancel. The Review Journal reports in a story that when he came to town he was met with large numbers of officers, security guards and hotel officials for a "meeting", and the next day the hotel, not Lou Woznicki, canceled the event.

"I felt like General Custer surrounded by Indians" he said.

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