Sep 062011

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Two Short Films Scored by Aryavarta Kumar to be Played at Look at My Shorts III Festival in Columbus, Ohio

Cleveland, OH (PRWEB) February 24, 2006

The 3rd Semi-Annual Look At My Shorts Film Festival in Columbus Ohio has selected two short films scored by Aryavarta Kumar (Arya) to play on Sunday February 26, 2006. The two films – “Going Postal” and “Rubble” were invited and made

official selections this year by the directors of the independent film festival.

In attendance at the festival will be many central Ohio filmmakers and film enthusiasts including a group from Cleveland Ohio. The four hour program will begin at 4pm and promises to be a great networking opportunity. Aryavarta Kumar, who will be in attendance, commented “It

will be wonderful to meet filmmakers and showcase my collaborations with Johnny [Wu] and Christine [Chapman].”

Information about the two films:

Going Postal

Media Design Imaging

Written by Pamela Merkys

Directed by Johnny K. Wu


Killer Squirrel Productions

Directed by Christine Chapman

About Look at My Shorts III Festival

The 3rd semi annual Look at My Shorts III Festival will take place from 4PM-8PM on February 26th, 2006 at the Screens theatre at the Continent in Columbus Ohio. The festival was started by Award Winning Director Peter John Ross. Visit for more information.

About Aryavarta Kumar

Award Winning Composer Aryavarta Kumar is currently the most in-demand independent film score composer in Cleveland Ohio. He has written music for several feature-length and short films, plays, commercials, and new

media applications and in mid-2005, along with the cast and crew of A Joker’s Card, he won a Silver Telly Award. He also performs original music live improvisations at special events. For more information please


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Feb 222011

Seattle, WA (PRWEB) September 16, 2010

On September 26 IndieFlix will bring Film Festival in a Box to America’s biggest living room: Times Square. Film Festival in a Box ($ 14.99) is the new interactive movie game where friends watch, judge and rate real films, filmmakers and actors. The launch takes place on the mammoth JumboTron screen where players and passers-by will watch four light-hearted and romantic short films, vote on their favorite and be entered to win prizes including a 3-day 2-night stay in the private villa Casa Soleado in Cabo San Lucas and copies of the Film Festival in a Box game.

Film Festival in a Box creator and IndieFlix CEO Scilla Andreen says, “On September 26 we’re bringing the game, and a whole lot of love, to the pedestrian mall at 47th Street with the intent to have fun, spark conversation, and awaken a new generation of audiences to the joy of independent film.” Flash mobs, schwag and more will mark the game’s launch at the “Love in Times Square” event. Details are at– look for Love in Times Square to learn more.

The new game featuring the works of indie film talents brings the fun of a film fest into players’ homes and parties: “meet ‘n greets”, Best Picture awards and all. Players of the Film Festival in a Box game watch four short flicks on DVD, grouped by genre (such as Love, Comedy, Pottymouth, or Zombie) then discuss and debate. Players make their decisions then go online to where they join the buzz of the virtual film festival by voting for Best Picture, Best Performance and Best Original Story. The actual filmmakers and crews can meet the Film Festival in a Box players right there online, making for a vibrant game experience with all the behind-the-scenes connectivity that’s best about a truly great film festival. The Film Festival in a Box game ($ 14.99) is available online at and at independent retailers like Annie’s Blue Ribbon General Store in Brooklyn, Fred Segal (Zero Minus Plus) in Santa Monica, and NuBe Green in Seattle.

IndieFlix is a multi-platform film distribution company founded in 2004 to help independent filmmakers take advantage of new media and connect with their audience. IndieFlix promises to build a fair and open market to empower filmmakers to be the engine of their achievement and audiences to be a vital part of a movie’s success. IndieFlix is launching the movie game, Film Festival in a Box, to remind the world that independent film is more than just unique, visionary and honest: it’s also a lot of fun.


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