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After a successful festival run with multiple festival screenings including wins at the LAIFF for Best Director, Mexico International Film Festival Golden Palm for first time filmmaker and student film. We are proud to present our first short #lerhergoshort online.

A man haunted by his wife's ghost must turn to a psychiatrist before losing his sanity.
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At the dawn of television, feature cinematographers were leery of becoming involved in the new medium, which many associated with diminished prestige. TV’s shortcomings in comparison with the glori…
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Proud to announce that Let Her Go was awarded the 2017 Golden Palm Award for First Time Filmmaker and Student Short Film categories in the Mexico International Film Festival Congratulations team!

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"There are literally thousands of film festivals out there. Some are big and corporate, some are very small and may not be worth every filmmaker’s time."

Where to submit, ways to save money, and how to get seen
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Here is information about Saturday's screening:

Step by Step - Documentary

Our screening on this Sat at 2pm in the Regent Theater with UCLAxFilmFest (1045 Broxton Avenue, between Weyburn & Kinross, Westwood).
Schedule:
11:30am - Door...s Open
12pm- 1:50pm - Film Screening: Block 1
1:50pm- 2pm - 10 min BREAK
2pm- 3:15pm - Film Screening: Block 2 (STEP BY STEP at 2pm)
3:30pm-4:30pm - Industry Panel
4:30pm - Awards Ceremony

There will be an after party for all guests! Any questions please feel free to ask

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If you are planning on attending the UCLAxFilmFest screening of Step by Step - Documentary make sure to reserve your tickets, they are free but limited! Click on the link to get them!

About the Festival: UCLA Extension's Entertainment Studies program presents the second annual UCLAxFilmFest! The festival is designed to showcase the best short films by our current and former Entertainment Studies students. The festival will feature a screening of 15 student short films, followed b...
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MaEO Productions is with Ashley Lowery and 4 others.

Step by Step - Documentary has been selected as part of the UCLA Extension Entertainment Studies's #UCLAxFilmFest. The festival will take place May 6th at the Regent Theatre in Westwood Village, California. It will screen alongside many other great short films and documentaries.

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Make sure to check out our Step by Step - Documentary page for more updates! #stepbystep #shortdocumentary

A hip-hop dancer in Rosemead pursues his dream and inspires his students despite their difficulties and challenges.
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That great feeling of burning a festival copy for the 13th time. @getdowndistrict @wispetter @tlholland @ashley_lowery_ @infantible #getdowndistrict

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The unforgettable story of two Somali National Team friends chasing professional dreams in the face of impossible odds. #TeamSomalia #PeaceIsPossible
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10 Must-Watch Films From Countries Affected by the Muslim Ban

Movies from countries like Syria, Yemen and Iran aren’t always easy to find, but they’re worth seeking out.
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Powerful short from this year's Sundance #sundance2017 #shortfilm #yuvalhameiri

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Multimedia visual artist Phoebe Boswell has written an original piece, ‘Dear Mister Shakespeare', in which she questions Shakespeare on the inherent racial t...
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Which low-budget films make the most money back?

A study of the most profitable movies budgeted $500k to $3 million which answers the question 'What types of low-budget films make the most money?'
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