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BE Film, The Underground Film Festival presents New Work in 3D, NYC, Weds. thru Sat., April 28 – May 1, 2010

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Be Film debuts and showcases award-winning short films from around the globe and is the first established film festival to feature a Stereo 3D category. The festival was founded 7 years ago by Laurence Asseraf in her Tribeca art gallery A Taste Of Art. NYSS member Dimitris Athos is program director.

This year alone, the festival features 3 Academy award nominated short films and one Oscar winning short film (LOGORAMA for animation short form)

The festival plays exclusively short form: narrative, experimental, documentary, spec ads, music videos, animation and 3D stereoscopic. It is the first established Film Festival in the world to have a 3D category. (Spring 2009)

The new 3D work that BE Film, The Underground Film Festival is presenting this year is shown below. There will also be additional 3D surprises throughout the festival, so get your tickets now!

For tickets and more information including the complete listing of all films in competition please see their website at www.befilm.net

Wednesday, April 28, 7-9:00 pm
The Disney Screening Room
500 Park Avenue & 59th Street

Reminiscence (6 min.) 3D, Director: Celine Tricart (France)

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Thursday, April 29, 7-9:00 pm
The Disney Screening Room (Xpand 3D system)
500 Park Avenue & 59th Street

Plasticity (5 min) 3D, Director: Ryan Suits (USA)
Mumbler (2:15 min) 3D, Producer: Greg Passmore (USA)

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Friday, April 30, 7-9:00 pm
The Dolby Screening Room (Dolby System 3D)
1350 6th Avenue & 55th Street

Magnetic Baby: Semi Precious Weapons (3 min.) 3D, Producer: Greg Passmore (USA)

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Saturday, May 1, 3:00 pm
OFFHOLLYWOOD Screening Room (Dolby System 3D)
580 Broadway (between Houston & Prince)
(for pass holders and invited guest only)

Holy Moly (2:30 min.) 3D, Producer: Greg Passmore (USA)
Train of Thought (18 min.) 3D, Director: Jeanne Guillot (France)
Archangel (8 min.) 3D, Director: James Lawler (USA)

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Saturday, May 1, 7-9:00 pm
The Crosby Screening Room (Dolby System 3D)
79 Crosby Street (inside The Crosby Hotel)

Maestro (30s) 3D, Producer: PSYOP (USA)
Fanta (30s) 3D, Producer: PSYOP (USA)
The Alley (2 min.) 3D, Director: Daniel Phelps (USA)
Drown in the Now (4:30 min.) 3D, Producer: UVPHACTORY (USA)
Mothership (1 min.) 3D, Producer: Nathan Love (USA)

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