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PPA Instructor Directs Feature Film

PPA Instructor Colin Harris Directs Feature Film Haima

Plot Summary:– “Haima” is a feature-length film that is set in Orlando, Florida. It’s a fast paced, dark and gritty tale about a young woman, Haima — the protagonist, who has a lot of unanswered questions about her past. Haima embarks on a journey to discover the truth about her tragic childhood. While searching for answers about her mother’s murder, her life changes dramatically when Richard Leath and his cohorts goes after her for what she discovered — a small wooden box filled with secrets of the past.  Richard and his band of misfits are low level criminal that knocked over Congressman Kellis’ safe. They are sort after by Henry Brennan, a retired detective hired by the congressman to return his property. The story takes an interesting turn when Richard and his crew are surprised to learn about the missing box.  The chatter about the mysterious box triggers Richard’s curiosity.  He turns his attention to the person who told him about the safe job; Haima, his former lover. While trying to locate and recover the box, Chet Blackburn, a man in Richard’s circle. He is a raging psychopath and pathological rapist with major woman issues.  He gave Haima a dirty, inelegant beating which left her with a crippling case of amnesia. As Haima struggles to regain her memory and identity, she has a new and dangerous life thrust upon her in this Action thriller.

Written and Directed by: Colin Alwin Harris

Tel Aviv International Student Film Festival

Submitted by andreameyer on February 28, 2012 – 21:52
Expiration Date:

March 19, 2012

This year the Tel Aviv International Student Film Festival launches an online alternative competition – “Under the Radar”, to which individual entries are accepted, in order to give a chance for students whose films were not initially chosen by the school.

Under the Radar – You are clear for take-off

Dear Filmmakers,

We are glad to inform you that we are now opening our Alternative International Competition called “Under the Radar”.

We would like to welcome you to submit your film – free of charge and hassle.
Through the link , you may fill in the form and send your film to be submitted to the international competition pre-selection.

Winners of the “Under the Radar” competition will enter the official International Student Film Festival in Tel-Aviv, and may even receive a round trip ticket to the festival.

(Please note that this is a competition held over the internet, therefore you must upload your film to one of the video-sharing websites: Youtube, Vimeo and DailyMotion).

If you have any questions or special requests please send us an email to: tau.isff.utr@gmail.com


We wish you the best of luck!
- Assaf Neiger and Inbar Maor, Alternative Competition Directors

PPA Academic Merit Scholarships (AMS)

Prince of Prestige Academy has established an $800.00 in-house Academic Merit-based Scholarship (AMS) competition program designed for the best academically prepared student from the high school system in the United States of America. The AMS will be offered to five students per quarter and will be applied to the tuition cost for the selectees. This scholarship will start with the Spring 2012 semester.

New DMPP Program Design

Beginning Spring 2012, requirements for the Digital Motion Picture Production (DMPP) Professional Diploma Program were updated. The new format is outlined here!