call for volunteers: 10th annual dc apa film festival

Calling all Asian American film fans in the D.C. area... The 10th Annual DC APA Film Festival, happening October 1-10, is looking for some volunteers to help them out during the festival. When it comes down to it, with no volunteers, there's no festival, and we don't want that. So read on for details on how to get involved:
APA Film Festival Volunteer Event

It's that time of year again! The 10th Annual DC APA Film Festival is coming up next month, and we have our Recruitment/Volunteer meeting Wednesday, September 9th. This festival would not survive without the backbone of our fantastic volunteers who give their time to help make the festival what it is for 10 days out of every year.

It's our 10th year anniversary, and there is a ton to celebrate! Come out September 9th, Wednesday night to the Science Club near Dupont Circle to meet staff, other awesomely amazing film-minded people like yourself, and find out how you can help and be a part of the Festival. Its from 6-9 p.m. with great happy hour specials!

We will:
-Give sneak previews of the DC APA Film Festival schedule set for Oct. 1 through Oct. 10
-Learn about volunteer responsibilities and sign up for available time slots
-Hear about potential volunteer perks such as free festival t-shirts and film screenings
-Watch trailers for some of the films featured at the festival.
To learn more about the volunteer event happening Thursday night, go here. If you can't make it but still want to volunteer, email volunteer@apafilm.org.

The festival also recently announced its schedule, including the opening night film, Eric Byler and Annabel Park's documentary 9500 Liberty, and the Closing Night film, Tze Chun's Children of Invention. For more information about the festival, go to the DC APA Film website here.

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