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A stage for short filmmakers
The National Film Corporation has invited the short film makers to participate in Tribeca Underground Short Film Festival in New York. Hosted by A Taste of Art Gallery at 147 Duane Street (at West Broadway) in New York City. The film festival will be held in May concurrent to the popular Tribeca Film Festival. It will highlight short films and videos from around the world.

The Tribeca Underground Film Festival showcases work in all genres and visual forms as long as they are shorter than 30 minutes duration. Entries may be shot or created in any format: film, but will need to be submited in DVD (all Regions) format only. Entries should have been produced within the last two years and US $ 15 will be charged for each entry.

The applicant must complete their applications and submit with a DVD (All regions) copy of the film clearly labelled with the film title, contact name, phone number, e-mail address and running time. Final date for the submission is March 1, 2005.

The Tribeca Underground Short Film Festival was created by Asseraf in response to her successful 2004 "A Taste of Art Short Film and Video Festival" - Asseraf decided to rename her festival and to expand its scope, offering film events throughout the year in New York and creating a community for short filmmakers and film connoisseurs.

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