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27, 2007 (ATLANTA) --
C-47, a Georgia Short Film Showcase, reported that Lyra Lezama,
written and directed by Clayton Haskell, is the Winter 2007 winner.
Haskell and his film will appear on the C-47: Georgia Short Film
Showcase on July 3, 2007.
It is also featured on the C-47 website.
Lyra Lezama tells the story of a young woman who
must decide whether to stay in the beautiful disaster of Cuba or
depart for the opportunity and appeal of the United States. Filmed
on location in Havana, Cuba, Haskell discusses the challenges of
filming in a foreign country as well as the benefit of his education
from the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD).
The extended version of C-47 is set to air July 3, 2007 at 1:00
am on Georgia Public Broadcasting. The hour-long program takes an
in-depth look at the winning film and filmmaker with host, Mike
Brune (Blood Car).
C-47 will examine locations, budgets and breakdowns
with an in-depth conversation between Haskell and his mentor from
SCAD; conversations with some of the Georgia film industrys
leading professionals; a recap of the 2007 Atlanta Film Festival;
updates on film happenings in Georgia, and a visit to the set of
Rainforest Films Three Can Play That Game, starring
C-47: Georgia Short Film Showcase, provides unique opportunities
in both broadcasting and networking to Georgia filmmakers. We invite
all filmmakers to submit their films to the showcase. Films submitted
must be no longer than twenty-five minutes and must be postmarked
by June 30, September 30, December 31 and March 31. Further guidelines
are available at www.cforty7.com.
About C-47 Georgia Public Broadcasting, the Georgia Council for
the Arts, the Digital Arts and Entertainment Lab at Georgia State
University and the Georgia Department of Economic Development are
proud to present C-47: Georgia Short Film Showcase, an educational
initiative that provides an opportunity for Georgias independent
filmmakers to have their films broadcast.
Each quarter, one filmmaker is featured on the C-47 show, discussed
at length on the C-47 website, and recognized as a superior Georgia
filmmaker. To be eligible to participate in the C-47 project and
submit films for possible broadcast, the principal filmmaker of
the submitted film must be a Georgia resident and/or the submitted
film must have been shot in part within Georgias border.
Films are judged on a quarterly basis by prestigious industry professionals.
For complete submission guidelines, go to www.cforty7.com.
For More Information, contact: Barbara OBrien, Senior Project
Manager for Fine Arts, GPB; 404-685-2545; email@example.com.