Official Selection Tri-Cities International Fantastic Film Festival
Sep 2013 11

We are honored to announce that Project London has been selected for screening at the 2013 Tri-Cities International Fantastic Film Festival (TCIF3). Executive Producer, Phil McCoy will be there to introduce the movie and answer questions afterwards. The Project London screening will occur on Sunday, October 20, at 1pm in the ACT Theatre in Richland, WA. Be sure to get your tickets to the festival early and “Like” TCIF3 on Facebook.

Info from TCIF3:

Since the year 2000 the Tri-Cities International Fantastic Film Festival (TCIF3)  has screened over 300 independent (Indie) short films and feature films from around the world.  This year’s event will be co-sponsored by the City of Richland and the Academy of Children’s Theatre (ACT).  TCIF3 will be running over two weekends in October, in Richland, WA.

The first weekend will show feature length and indie award winning films at the ACT Theatre in Richland. Friday, October 11th from 6 – 10pm and on Saturday, October 12th from 3 – 10 pm. Film making workshops will also be held on Saturday afternoon at the ACT theatre.

The second weekend the Film Festival will start on Friday, October 18th,  and will feature sci-fi short films at the ACT Theatre from 5 – 9 pm. On Saturday, October 19th at the Richland Community, make-up artists will be available at 2pm where attendees can be made up for the Zombie Walk, which starts at 4pm at John Dam Plaza in Richland. The costume contest will follow the walk, and Horror film shorts will be shown at both the Richland Community Center and also at the ACT theatre from 5 – 9pm.  Sunday, October 20th, Fan and Animation short and feature length films will be shown from at the Richland Library from noon – 4 pm and the ACT theatre from 1-5pm. A film making workshop will also be held on Sunday afternoon at the ACT theatre.

TCIF3 whose motto is: “To spotlight independent films with limited budgets using unlimited imagination!” The creation of TCIF3 is to promote and encourage future artists and artisans in the art, media, and technology of filmmaking.  To further public awareness and appreciation of motion pictures as an art form. To support the education of the general public in these areas by hosting annual film exhibitions, lectures, seminars, workshops, and other activities. TCIF3 is endorsed by the Richland Arts Commission, is a Washington State Nonprofit Corporation, and a registered 501c3 organization.

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