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iW NEWS | Tropfest@Tribeca to Screen 16 Shorts

Indiewire By Indiewire | Indiewire August 29, 2007 at 1:2AM

Tropfest@Tribeca announced details for its upcoming event taking place September 23 at the World Financial Center in New York with sixteen short films from four countries slated. The films are eligible for the Target Filmmaker Award worth $10,000. Australian born actress Rose Byrne ("Troy"), actor/director Griffin Dunne ("After Hours") and Academy Award-nominated director Bennett Miller ("Capote") will serve as jurors. The films are: Matthew Kehoe's "August," Adam Schram's "Autumn Meadow," Chris Cassidy's "Bird Strikes," James Wright III's "Black Tears," Bob Sentipal's "The Closet," Josiah Signor's "Homecoming," Alexander Poe's "I Graduated, But...," Joanna Chejade-Bloom and Kiki Allgeier's "I Remain the Same," Ben Thompson's "Lemon and Lime," Kathleen Johnsen's "Morning," Blinda King's "The Picnic," Mike Tenaglia's "Slices Only," Daniel Knight's "Snookered," Stephen Franciosa, Jr's "Super Slice," Jonathon Emmerling's "The Switch," and Dana Bower's "Take Me." Tropfest@Tribeca is free to the public and based on Australia's Tropfest, the world's largest short film festival. For more information, visit their website. [Brian Brooks]
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Tropfest@Tribeca announced details for its upcoming event taking place September 23 at the World Financial Center in New York with sixteen short films from four countries slated. The films are eligible for the Target Filmmaker Award worth $10,000. Australian born actress Rose Byrne ("Troy"), actor/director Griffin Dunne ("After Hours") and Academy Award-nominated director Bennett Miller ("Capote") will serve as jurors. The films are: Matthew Kehoe's "August," Adam Schram's "Autumn Meadow," Chris Cassidy's "Bird Strikes," James Wright III's "Black Tears," Bob Sentipal's "The Closet," Josiah Signor's "Homecoming," Alexander Poe's "I Graduated, But...," Joanna Chejade-Bloom and Kiki Allgeier's "I Remain the Same," Ben Thompson's "Lemon and Lime," Kathleen Johnsen's "Morning," Blinda King's "The Picnic," Mike Tenaglia's "Slices Only," Daniel Knight's "Snookered," Stephen Franciosa, Jr's "Super Slice," Jonathon Emmerling's "The Switch," and Dana Bower's "Take Me." Tropfest@Tribeca is free to the public and based on Australia's Tropfest, the world's largest short film festival. For more information, visit their website. [Brian Brooks]