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Tribeca Underground Film Fest announces its line up

TRIBECA UNDERGROUND FILM FESTIVAL announced today its lineup of short films in competition. More than 50 short films from 15 countries will screen in New York City from May 2 - May 7 2006. Now in its third year, TRIBECA UNDERGROUND FILM FESTIVAL focuses only on short films. With over 450 submissions from around the world the competition selection does not separate by country of production. Instead, the competition films are distinguished only by genre into live action (narrative, documentary, experimental) and animation. Routinely, first time and well established filmmakers screen side by side in an environment designed to support creativity. Focusing on the belief that "Shorter is Better" TRIBECA UNDERGROUND FILM FESTIVAL is on the way to becoming one of the largest short film festivals on the East Coast. Held once a year in Manhattan, it provides a cultural and entertaining forum while recognizing and honoring independent, emerging and established filmmakers. A panel of judges from the entertainment industry reviews the films and selects the winners. Small business owner Laurence Asseraf started the festival in spring 2004 in her art gallery “A Taste Of Art” in Tribeca NYC. Soon, the festival -as well as its partner screening series- outgrew the gallery space and moved to larger venues in order to accommodate its following. “This is a festival fueled by passion. We are very excited by the support and loyalty the filmmakers provide us on a daily basis from around the world. It is this enthusiasm that helped shape this years program into another amazing collection of short films”. Titles of Short Films In Competition for Tribeca Underground Film Festival 2006 Short Films In Competition: Adios Para Siempre, narrative (10:00) David Guillermo Barba And Now A Word From Our Sponsors, narrative (10:00) Wojciech Lorenc Anna and The Soldier, narrative (11:00) Christian Prettin Attack of The Bride Monster, narrative (17:00) Vicky Boone Available Men, narrative (15:00) David Dean Bottrell Binta Y La Gran Idea, narrative (30:00) Javier Fesser Boy Next Door, narrative (15:00) Travis Davis California, narrative (12:00) Irene M. Borrego Celestial Brides, documentary (22:00) Parthiban Shanmugam Checkout, narrative (20:00) Dan Eckman Clowns For Hire, narrative (15:00) Michael King Curtains, narrative (16:00) Isabel Galvan Drama Queen, narrative (14:00) Aubrey Singer False Alarm, narrative (10:00) Joanna Wiederhorn The Joy of Expectation, narrative (4:00) Esben Tonnesen Late, narrative (7:00) Nathan Stone Locust, narrative (5:00) Victric Thng Love Runs Red, narrative (9:00) John Trevor Lucky, narrative (10:00) Nathan Hope Mad Lane, narrative (15:00) Eva Hassmann Maggie’s Not Here, narrative (20:00) Justin Lerner May The Force Be With Raoul, narrative (14:00) Edouard Blanchot Menage A Trois, narrative (15:00) Kimberly M. Wetherell No Shoulder, narrative (10:00) Suzi Yoonessi Press or Say Two, narrative (8:00) Michael Goldstrom Robots Are Blue, narrative (7:00) Bill Sebastian Single Bed, narrative & animation (12:00) George Kouvaras The Sky Is Falling, narrative (20:00) Adam Kreps Slumlord, narrative (15:00) Daniel Sullivan The Surprise, narrative (10:00) Lancelot Von Naso Transit, narrative (30:00) Bani Khoshnoudi The Unfolding, narrative (21:00) Ian Thompson Treading Water, narrative (25:00) Nia Peeples Tortured by Joy, narrative (10:00) Henry Griffin Viola Fondente, narrative (14:00) Fabio Simonelli The Way I See It, documentary (20:00) Cindy Konits West Bank Story, narrative (22:00) Ari Sandel Wrong Answer, narrative (10:00) Jon Cohen Yellow Ox Mountain, documentary (27:00) Miao Wang Short Films In Competition: Animation The Awakening of Consciousness, animation (10:00) Dani Ruiz Lacalle Burka Boogie Woogie, animation (6:00) Sietske Tjallingii Fauna Sutra, animation (4:00) Johan Klungel Life In Transition, animation (4:10) John Dilworth Loo, animation (6:00) Bruno Buzzetto The Meatrix II, animation (5:00) Louis Fox Moongirl, animation (9:00) Henry Selick Moonraker, animation (5:00) Fran Krause People Make A Mess (When They Go), animation (3:00) Marianne Petit The Pit and The Pendulum, animation (7:00) Marc Lougee Santa's Camels, animation (6:00) Steve Gray Solution, animation (3:30) Ondrej Rudavskiy Stabat, animation (6:00) Luciano de Fraia The Tale of Sir Richard, animation (5:00) Peter Dodd The Tooth, animation (4:00) Nathan Stone SPECS: (TBA) OUT OF COMPETITION FILMS: (TBA) Tickets, screening schedule and additional information are available at www.BEFILM.net JURY 2006 Mevlut Akkaya Gregory Pace Megan Sanchez-Warner Angela Tucker JURY 2006 ANIMATION Signe Baumane PRIZES 2006 1st Prize: Digital Film Academy : A $ 5,000 grant towards a digital filmmaking class (including use of equipment), a 15 week course in New York City. 2nd Prize: A private screening at The Park Avenue Screening Room hosted by the winning filmmaker. Film selection to be determined by the filmmaker which will include his/hers prize winning film. 1st Prize: Animation: E-Chocolates basket. A humongous assortment of delicious chocolate products. 2nd Prize: Animation: One bottle of Cognac Chateau De Laubade courtesy of Baron Francois, NYC Honorable Mentions: A TRIBECA UNDERGROUND FILM FESTIVAL Certificate of artistic merit. More prizes to be announced prior to the Awards Ceremony. TRIBECA UNDERGROUND FILM FESTIVAL The mission of TRIBECA UNDERGROUND FILM FESTIVAL is to showcase the best national and international short films in narrative, animation, documentary, and experimental categories. Founder and Director Laurence Asseraf Program Directors Laurence Asseraf Dimitris Athos Tickets, screening schedule and additional information are available at www.BEFILM.net Ticket Prices: Screenings: $10 Opening Night: $25 Festival Pass (includes opening night): $50 Disclaimer: The Tribeca Underground Film Festival is not affiliated with, sponsored by or associated with The Tribeca Film Festival ® For information about The Tribeca Film Festival ® please visit the official web site at www.tribecafilmfestival.org

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