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https://www.prlog.org/12712571-the-theme-of-the-14th-72-hour-shootout-is-no-more.html

Read the rest of the NYFA article and how the 72 Hour Shootout can help here

https://www.cbscorporation.com/2017/10/rad-provides-creative-opportunities-for-employees/

http://www.onstageblog.com/columns/2017/4/12/asian-american-film-lab-challenging-ones-perspective-on-what-it-means-to-be-asian-american?platform=hootsuite

March 1, 2017

More at:  http://entsun.com/doc/10683034

https://www.prlog.org/12610936-film-lab-receives-multiple-grants-to-start-2017.html

http://howtodointerestingstuff.blogspot.com/2017/01/film-lab-receives-multiple-grants-to.html

 

 

Click here to read more about the Palm Springs preview screening.

Film Lab/AAFL TV Movie “The Opposite of a Fairy Tale” Screens in Palm Springs in October 2016

 

Film Lab/AAFL TV movie “The Opposite of a Fairy Tale” an Official Selection of the SAG-AFTRA Foundation NY Short Film Showcase 

Film Lab’s The Opposite of a Fairy Tale is among the official selections of the SAG-AFTRA Foundation NY Short Film Showcase, featuring the best of the year’s New York based SAG-AFTRA short films.   In the film, a woman is slowly imprisoned by her family with the unwitting help of well-meaning bystanders.  The film aims to draw light to the epidemic of elder abuse affecting at least 1 in 10 seniors today.  It was written by Film Lab President Jennifer Betit Yen and stars Jo Yang, Nikole Marone, Albert Chan, and Deborah Kuhn, among others.  More here

Casting Director Wayne Chang Kicks off Film Lab’s Fall Industry Spotlight Program

AAFL TV Movie Selected by The Staten Island Community Agency for Senior Citizens! 

August 2016: The Staten Island Community Agency for Senior Citizens is using The Opposite of a Fairy Tale, an AAFL TV/Film Lab production by Jennifer Betit Yen and starring Jo Yang, Nikole Marone, Albert Chan, and Deborah Kuhn for training and education to #‎StopElderAbuse!  More at www.TheOppositeOfAFairyTale.com 

The Top Films of the 2016 72 Hour Shootout: Lose the Labels Announced

The 39th Annual Asian American International Film Festival Selects Film Lab Movie “The Opposite of a Fairy Tale”


Photos from the red carpet event here.

Can Hollywood Stop Elder Abuse with a New Film from AAFL TV?

Top Ten Shootout Films to Premiere at the 39th Annual Asian American International Film Festival in NYC

Preview Screening of AAFLTV’s New Movie, The Opposite of a Fairy Tale, to Take Place at the Asian American International Film Festival

Preview Screening of AAFLTV’s New Movie, The Opposite of a Fairy Tale, Sold Out and Standing Room Only at MOCA

See also:  http://www.mrhsny.org/blog/film-preview-screening

The Theme of the 2016 72 Hour Shootout:  Lose the Labels

Read more here on Ethical is Beautiful.  Be Beautiful.  June 2, 2016

Watch here

The Uptown to Host the 2016 72 Hour Shootout Filmmaking Competition Launch Party

EntSun:  http://entsun.com/doc/10655265

Film Lab Presents Season 7 Debuts on CrossingsTV

Film Lab Begins Registration for “Hoot” of a Filmmaking Competition!

Film Lab Receives Grant from Manhattan Chamber of Commerce

Film Lab’s Annual 2015 Holiday Fundraising Gala to Feature George Takei and Academy Award Winner Chris Tashima

Read more here!

AAFL TV Tackles Societal problems Through Film

by Erin Quill

Film Lab Takes Hard Look at Mainstream Media’s Constructions of Beauty

Film Lab and Time Warner to Host Screening & Panel on Media Constructions of Beauty and their Societal Implications

Read the Backstage Pass article here

Read the AsAmNews article here

AAFL TV Movie, The Opposite of a Fairy Tale, Receives Grant Funding

The Asian Women’s Giving Circle Helps Film Lab Fight Elder Abuse Through a New Movie

The Opposite of a Fairy Tale in Pre-Production by Film Lab

The Film Lab’s AAFL TV to Tackle Elder Abuse in a New Film

The World Premiere of the 2015 72 Hour Shootout at the Asian American International Film Festival

Read more here

Film Lab Announces the Theme of the 2015 72 Hour Shootout!  TWO FACES!

Read the Backstage Pass article here.

OpEd News article here.

Read the “Ethical is Beautiful. Be Beautiful” coverage here.

Film Lab Presents a New Series:  Focus on the Philippines

Read the Backstage Pass article here.

Film Lab Selected As Recipient of WNYC/WQXR Radio’s Support The ARtS Initiative (STAR) Program! 

Read the Backstage Pass article here

Crossings TV to Televise A New Season of Bold Contemporary Content from the Film Lab

Film Lab Hosts April TV Writing Panel with Writers from All My Children, As The World Turns, Law and Order: SVU, The Late Show with David Lettermen, and VH1’s Best Week Ever.

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Film Lab and NBC’s Grace Moss Host Informational on Diversity in TV

2015 72 Hour Shootout Registration Opens Across the Globe & First Female Shootout Coordinator Announced!

Asian American Film Lab Partners with New York Indian Film Festival to Promote Diversity in Media

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Read more in The ExaminerTopixTheIndianEye, and PRLog.

The Manhattan Chamber of Commerce Awards a Community Benefit Grant to the Asian American Film Lab for 2015 Diversity Programming and Production

Read more in Backstage Pass by Lia Chang: https://liachang.wordpress.com/2015/01/21/asian-american-film-lab-receives-manhattan-chamber-of-commerce-community-benefit-grant/

Time Warner and Film Lab Host Provocative Screening & Panel on Race in Media

Film Lab and The Korea Society Partner to Host New Performance Read and Workshop Featuring Filmmaker Savanna Washington and Writer Willem Lee

FILM LAB, APA@NBCUNIVERSAL AND CHILLER TV HOST A HALLOWEEN SPOOKTACULAR!

Read the write up in The Examiner:  http://www.examiner.com/article/nbcuniversal-s-chiller-and-the-asian-american-film-lab-halloween-spooktacular?CID=examiner_alerts_article

FILM LAB AND NBC PARTNER TO PROMOTE DIVERSITY IN MEDIA

FILM LAB EXPANDS TO FIVE CITIES

FILM LAB LAUNCHES NEW TELEVISION SERIES ON CROSSINGSTV

FILM LAB HOSTS PANEL ON THE MAGIC OF PRE AND POST PRODUCTION

CELENA CIPRIASO’S NEW WORK, “SOBER CITY,” PUBLICLY PERFORMED BY FILM LAB ACTOR DIRECTORY MEMBERS AND WORKSHOPPED AS PART OF A FILM LAB UNFINISHED WORKS PROGRAM

(Click on the photo above for more pictures of the sold-out event)

Read AsAmNews coverage of the event here!

THE TOP FILMS OF THE TENTH ANNUAL 72 HOUR SHOOTOUT PREMIERE TO SOLD OUT THEATRE!

BEHIND THE SCENES OF THE 2014 72 HOUR SHOOTOUT WORLD PREMIERE

THE FILM LAB ON WHY DIVERSITY IN MAINSTREAM MEDIA MATTERS TO YOU

THE THEME OF THE TENTH ANNUAL SHOOTOUT ANNOUNCED!

SAG-AFTRA AND FILM LAB RENEW THEIR AGREEMENT TO JOINTLY PROMOTE DIVERSITY IN TV AND FILM

THE KOREA SOCIETY TO HOST THE TENTH ANNUAL 72 HOUR SHOOTOUT LAUNCH PARTY ON JUNE 6, 2014!

PLAYWRIGHT DAVID HENRY HWANG RETURNS TO FILM LAB’S 72 HOUR SHOOTOUT JUDGING PANEL FOR THE TENTH ANNUAL SHOOTOUT

NYC MEDIA AND THE ASIAN AMERICAN FILM LAB TO PREMIERE NEW SERIES FILM LAB PRESENTS ON NYC LIFE (CHANNEL 25)

REGISTRATION FOR THE TENTH ANNUAL 72 HOUR SHOOTOUT OPENS MARCH 1, 2014, ON WWW.FILM-LAB.ORG

JUSTIN LEE SELECTED AS THE 2014 72 HOUR SHOOTOUT COORDINATOR

FILM LAB WINS USIEC MEDIA AWARD

THE 72 HOUR SHOOTOUT FILMS MAKE THEIR WEST COAST DEBUT AT THE LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA ASIANS ON FILM FESTIVAL

THE MANHATTAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AWARDS A COMMUNITY BENEFIT GRANT TO THE ASIAN AMERICAN FILM LAB

http://www.prlog.org/12260091.html

The Film Lab Hosts 3rd Annual Holiday Fundraising Gala

Asian American Film Lab and Shootout on Empowering Asian Americans in Entertainment 

Show featured in the New York Times!

Film Lab to Hold Script Reading for James J. Huang’s ‘Marriage Made in Hell’

Click here for PHOTOS of the event!

The Asian American Film Lab and Sharifa Williams Host Directing Actors for Television and Film!

The Asian American Film Lab President Jennifer Betit Yen, Indo-American Arts Council Executive Director, Variance Films President, and QUADflix President Among Panelists at the Cinema Beyond Boundaries Conference in New York City

The Film Lab and The Korea Society have joined forces to encourage multi-cultural collaboration and have created a menu of entertainment for artists and non-artists, alike!

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Film Lab Industry Spotlight:  Arts and Advocacy

SinoVision:  The results, reactions, accolades, and observations from the 2013 Asian American Film Lab 72 Hour Shootout (see the Film Lab write up of all the results here). If you cannot view the below video, just click here for the media broadcast on SinoVision or enable Flash.

Backstage Magazine:  Jennifer Betit Yen on “Not Waiting for the Mainstream” by Marissa Maier.

The Examiner:  Asian CineVision and the Asian American Film Lab have announced that Isaac Ho, author of the screenplay, The Chinese Delivery Man, is the winner of the 2013 Asian American International Screenplay Competition. By Ed Moy.

SinoVision Broadcast:  The Asian American Film Lab Tackles New Issues of Race and Sexuality in a New Unfinished Works Program.

SinoVision Broadcast:  Filmmakers of color gather to network, collaberate and join forces to empower themselves through the Asian American Film Lab’s 2013 72 Hour Shootout.

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SinoVision Broadcast:  The Asian American Film Lab Launches the 2013 72 Hour Shootout with judges including playwright David Henry Hwang, ABC’s Marci Phillips and FOX Japan’s Dan Smith!

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Angry Asian Man:  The Asian American Film Lab’s work to empower filmmakers of color.

OpEdNews:  Justin Samuels on the Asian American Film Lab and the 72 Hour Shootout.