Contact Urban Mediamakers Film Festival
Join the 11th Urban Mediamakers Film Festival (UMFF) for this award-winning film series.
UMFF 2012 Film Series #5 – 5:15-6:45p
• Shadow of the Blade directed by Kenneth Mader, Director
WEB/TV Series – Runtime: 4 minutes – Reseda, CA
• Louis Grant directed by Todd L. Green
WEB/TV Series – Runtime: 10 minutes - CA
• Chicago Blues directed by Vaun Monroe
WEB/TV Series – Runtime: 23 minutes – IL
• Lena Street Ladies directed by LeeAnn Chisolm
WEB/TV Series - Runtime: 10 minutes – Lawrenceville, GA
• Aye Foo directed by Alex Munoz
WEB/TV Series – Runtime: 4 minutes – Los Angeles, CA
• Lessons Before Flying directed by Alex Munoz
Short Film – Runtime: 1 minute – Los Angeles, CA
• Flee! Directed by Rocky McKoy
Music Video – Runtime: 4 minutes – District Heights, MD
• Soldier directed by Troy Bernier
Music Video – Runtime: 7 minutes – Plantation, FL
• Just Another Part of Me directed by Shauntay Cherry
Short Film – Runtime: 15 minutes – Central Islip, NY
• Pay the Piper directed by Changa Rose
Short Film – Runtime: 14 minutes – Far Rockaway, NY
• Plea for Help directed by Daniel Johnson
Short Film – Runtime: 16 minutes – Houston, TX
Venue: Medlock Screening Room
For more information, call 404.460.2793 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
"Changing the World, One Story at a Time" is the theme of the 11th Urban Mediamakers Film Festival (UMFF). Taking place October 11-14, 2012, UMFF brings an exciting creative and technological atmosphere that encompasses cultural diversity. This three-day festival showcases award-winning international films and writers, as well as provide guest speakers, panels, workshops, and vendors. With over 11 awards categories, participants compete for over $20,000 in prizes and awards. All genres -- animations, documentaries, feature films, key art designs, music videos, short films, TV/web series and youth films. UMFF 2012 provides actors, animators, writers, filmmakers, musicians, graphic designers, gamers and content developers with education, networking and opportunities to collaborate on future projects. We look forward to see you at the festival!
We use a rating system on all of our films. Children under the age of 13 are not allowed in films rate PG-13 or R. Children under the age of 9 must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Children under 9 are not allowed in workshops. The Youth Screening Series on Saturday is open to all youth.