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Emergent, Independent Filmmakers To Showcase Their Latest Filmic Works During Shorts At Caam A Two-Day Film Screening

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Los Angeles - The California African American Museum (CAAM) presents Shorts at CAAM, a free, two-day screening of independent short films the weekend of Saturday, August 11th and Sunday, August 12th. The screenings will begin at noon until 4 p.m. Shorts at CAAM is a non-competitive short-film screening featuring independent filmmakers followed by a “talk back” session with the independent filmmakers, producers and actors whose work will be shown.

“As the perfect opportunity for indie filmmakers to showcase their short films to the community, Shorts at CAAM will provide an entertaining weekend for Exposition Park. This year marks the second annual weekend of Shorts at CAAM with more than 15 films slated to be shown. Last year more than 10 independent films were showcased,” says Elise Woodson, CAAM’s Program Manager and Education Curator who curated the shorts to be screened this year.

Designed to promote the work and vision of emergent filmmakers in the Los Angeles community, Shorts at CAAM supports fresh, young talent whose work otherwise might not have the opportunity to be seen by a diverse audience. Films screened at CAAM are for a mature audience only (18+), and may contain mild profanity, violence and adult content. This event is free and open to the public. CAAM is located at 600 State Drive, Exposition Park, Los Angeles, 90037. Parking in the adjacent lot is $10.00 all day at Figueroa and 39th Streets. For

more information on CAAM, visit www.caamuseum.org. RSVP for Shorts at CAAM by calling (213) 744-2024.

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