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Nevada Film to World Premiere at 27th Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival
Published on Thu, Nov 1, 2012 (9:14 p.m.)Ft. Lauderdale, FL – November 4, 2012 – "Two Hundred Thousand Dirty", the first feature film by UNLV graduate and Henderson resident Timothy L. Anderson, will have its world premiere at the 27th annual Ft. Lauderdale International Film Festival. The film is an independent production and written, directed, produced, and edited by Timothy L. Anderson.
Starring Mark Greenfield ("Vegas: Based on a True Story"), hip-hop star and pioneer Coolio, Mexican actress and model Rocío Verdejo ("Vantage Point", "Matando Cabos"), and C. Clayton Blackwell ("My Blueberry Nights"); the film was shot entirely on-location in Las Vegas, NV and completed with post-production work in Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Mexico City and New York. The film also marks Ms. Verdejo’s first leading role in an American film and features a cameo by acclaimed Mexican director Alejandro Lozano.
Timothy L. Anderson is originally from Denver, CO. He studied film and romance languages and both UNLV and NYU in addition to studies in directing, theatre, and performance at both American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco, CA and the historic St. Petersburg State Theatre Arts Academy in St. Petersburg, Russia. He recently directed for the CSN Las Vegas One Acts and for San Diego rock/blues outfit Little Hurricane. His previous short films have been screened at film festivals across the United States as well as internationally.
"Two Hundred Thousand Dirty" will have three screenings at Fort Lauderdale on Nov. 4th and 5th as part of the Festival’s renowned and eclectic American Indies section before it moves on to the Cine//B Film Festival in Santiago, Chile (which runs Nov. 23rd through Nov. 30th) and then the Anchorage International Film Festival in Anchorage, AK (which runs Nov. 30th through Dec. 9th). For more information regarding the Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival, please visit www.fliff.com.
For more information about "Two Hundred Thousand Dirty", including cast and crew, and please visit the film’s official website at www.200kDirty.com.
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