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I am super proud to announce that I am a judge in the short animated block at the SXSW Film Festival 2016!!!!!!!!!!!!

I have been screening my films in the experimental, narrative and animated shorts categories at SXSW since my 2009 undergrad RISD thesis film MEATWAFFLE, so I am totally up for this challenge!! TO AUSTIN I GO!!Screen Shot 2016-03-05 at 9.12.09 PM

Judge I am!

https://vimeo.com/108840959

Acclaimed filmmaker and animator Leah Shore is officially releasing her short film HALLWAY after a wildly successful international film festival run. This is Leah’s first entirely live action film of which she is also the screenwriter.

HALLWAY is a short genderfuck black-light film shot entirely a secret sex club in Brooklyn. The film tells a story about love wherein a queer couple unleash upon each other a drug-induced, existential barrage of delusion and broken dreams.

Leah is incredibly grateful to everyone who worked on and supported this film. Especially her cast and crew. Thank you!

It’s pretty and insane. Check it out. And then watch again. And then share it.

“OH SHIT.” -Leah’s Mom

https://vimeo.com/108840959

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So I made a Facebook page for my new film HALLWAY. Have at it, internet.

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Hallway/630113943785838?sk=timeline

HALLWAY has a trailer/teaser! WATCH IT. YOUR BRAIN WILL LOVE IT.

SXSW is the coolest and they just Instagrammed HALLWAY’S still to promote it!! SO COOL!

SXSW also put up the trailer and announced HALLWAYS screening dates, so come on by if you are in Austin in March and watch some crazy stuff!!

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I am beyond honored and thrilled to announce that my new live action narrative film, HALLWAY will premiere at SXSW Film Festival 2015. It is my fourth film to play at the fest, but my first live action. I am literally speechless. This is a huge honor. THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO HELPED OUT ON THIS FILM AND WHO HAS SUPPORTED ME. I cannot wait to show it at my favorite festival. I cannot wait to make more films, be it animated or live action or a little bit of both!

Thank you:  Henry Roosevelt, Kim Jackson, Jonathan Federico, Fritz Myers, Dorian Tocker, Sarah Stephens, Margaret Singer, Alexandra Tebano, and SO MANY MORE CREW MEMBERS AND SUPPORT. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.

http://sxsw.com/film/screenings/2015-lineup#NarrativeShorts

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