Volume 4, Number 11 - March 4, 2014

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MARK PULASKI/THE REPORTER Lost In Time: It's About Time, written and directed by Reporter Editor-In-chief Mark Pulaski, is Miami Dade College's submission to MIFF's student film competition Cinemaslam and will be screened at Regal South Beach on March 10.

MIFF Selects Film By Reporter Editor-in-Chief As Official Entry Into CinemaSlam

By Angela Martoccio

It’s About Time, a short-film written and directed by Reporter Editor-In-Chief, Mark Pulaski, was selected as Miami Dade College’s official entry into the Miami+Shanghai CinemaSlam—Miami International Film Festival’s student-film competition.  

The film will be screened along with 12 other student films from South Florida and China on  March 10 at 6:30 p.m. at Regal South Beach Stadium 18 where it will be competing for one of four prizes.

Pulaski wrote and directed the 11-minute adventure-comedy about a pair of time-traveling college roommates for his Film Production 4 class.

In addition to Pulaski, fellow Reporter staff members also served as cast and crew for the film: staff writer Crystal Esparza served as co-writer/producer, videographer Edgard Lobo worked in the camera and lighting department, and photographer Gregory Castillo had a voice-over role.

“I’m happy that the film has gotten such a positive reaction so far,” Pulaski said. “All the hard work from me and my crew really paid off.”

Tickets to the Miami+Shanghai CinemaSlam are available through the MIFF website.

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