OIFF 72 Hour Film Challenge Screening at Lieutenant’s Pump on February 16, 2012
Want to see my acting debut on a short film called Opposable?
It was only a short part during a party scene.
Why not come to OIFF‘s 72 Hour Film Challenge Screening happening at the Lieutenant’s Pump on February 16th.
Starting at 7pm.
Here is a gist of the 4th Annual Event.
On January 26, 2012, teams of local filmmakers made OIFF history by producing a record 19 short films within the the 72-hour time period.
The films range from comedy, to silent, the thriller and everything in between.
One thing became clear – Ottawa is a budding metropolis of Canadian film.
Join us on February 16, 2012 at 7pm at The Lieutenant’s Pump on Elgin Street.
Each film will be screened and the award for Viewer’s Choice will be presented.
Make your vote count by checking out each film online at http://oiff.ca/category/72-hour-video-challenge/ before the deadline of February 15 at midnight, EST.
See you at the Pump for a night of fun, friends and cinema.
For those that can’t make the screen.
You can check it out on here.