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Media That Matters Film Festival in June

As presenting partners, we're thrilled to announce Arts Engine's upcoming Media That Matters Film Festival in June.


If you're going to be in New York, don't miss the premiere of the eight jury-selected films on June 2nd, as well as a workshop on June 3rd which addresses impact issues. Also you can pre-order your very own copy of the films to host your own screening.


**You're invited!**

10 Years. More than 10 million viewers. 156 shorts.

Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Join us in NYC for the World Premiere of the tenth annual Media That Matters collection!

6:00 pm - Doors Open

Arrive early to take part in the impACT salon with some of our presenting partners for Take Action opportunities and a chance to meet the festival filmmakers.

7:00 - 9:00 pm - Screening of tenth annual Media That Matters collection

Be among the first to see the 12 new inspiring short films selected this year by our jury of eight incredible activists and media makers.


School of Visual Arts (SVA)
Visual Arts Theatre
333 West 23rd Street
New York, NY

See map

The theater is accessible by wheelchair.

Buy your tickets today before they sell out!: http://mediathatmatters.eventbrite.com

Following the official launch on June 2, we invite you to Screen. Act. Impact.

Be among the first to see the new additions to Media That Matters, which reached more than 3 million viewers in 2009.

We will have the DVD collection available for you to purchase online directly following the Premiere. Check out the store to see how you can pre-order the DVD now and then learn how to host your own screening.

We are finalizing international screening locations now. Add yours to the map! Prep for the next semester and integrate film into your curriculum!

Read more about joining their street team (and receiving a complimentary MTM10 DVD and tickets to the premiere).

Find out more about Media That Matters and Arts Engine at their website: http://www.mediathatmattersfest.org/