Monday, May 14, 2007

New York Filmmakers Spotlighted in SciFi Channel Special Redux

As announced previously, two New York-based indie filmmaking teams will be featured in this weekend's Exposure special on the SciFi Channel. The shorts RF EYE-D, created by Leslie Jaye Goff (that's MsManhattan to you) and Aram Bauman for Puffin Films, and Bloody Mary, by Mark Harris and Timur Civan for Desperate Comfort Films, are among the nine films selected to air on the cable network by voters in last fall's Exposure online short film contest.

Originally scheduled to air in April (see original post), the 90-minute show will finally premiere this Sunday night, May 20, at midnight with subsequent airings on Tuesday,
May 22, at 8:30 a.m., and Thursday, May 24, at 3:00 a.m. Don't forget to tune in -- or set your DVR -- and then go to the Exposure Web site to vote for your favorite flick (need I say which one I think that should be?). The grand prize winner gets a pitch meeting with SciFi Channel programming execs.

MsManhattan thanks you in advance for your support for New York indie filmmakers!


Anonymous said...

I am so proud of you for your SciFi film success. But hey... it's August! What's the latest???

Anonymous said...

News Flash! It's October! What have you been doing??? Give us more links to your recent projects! (please)