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Deutsche Bank Frieze L.A. Film Prize Announces 2024 Shortlisted Filmmakers (Exclusive)

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Eight emerging filmmakers have been shortlisted for the 2024 Deutsche Bank Frieze Los Angeles Film Award, presented in collaboration with the Ghetto Film School and Fifth Season, the global art platform announced today.

Octavia Anderson, Jonathan Estrada-Salazar, Celine Eva, Jeanine Fiser, Kaylen Ng, Miguel Ramirez, Kat Torres and Britt Williams make up the short list of filmmakers chosen by a jury of leaders in arts and entertainment that includes vp, television development and production at Fifth Season Mina Baban; artist Jose Dávila; Deutsche Bank Management board member Claudio de Sanctis; director of Americas at Frieze Christine Messineo; writer and director Julio Quintana; head of content for 1Community Ameet Shulka; and CEO of Ghetto Film School Montea Robinson.

“Thanks to the Frieze Art Fair and Deutsche Bank, each of our filmmakers has had the opportunity to be inspired by and debut original work within a world-renowned international art fair,” says Ghetto Film School’s Robinson. “In a moment where storytelling continues to cross medium and format, this program offers a unique relevance and visibility for their talents. This union of personal exploration and broadened horizons invariably results in films that push boundaries, challenge expectations and inspire audiences.”

The winner of the award, now in its fifth year, will be announced at a private invitation-only ceremony on March 1 during Frieze Los Angeles 2024, taking place from Feb. 29 to Mar. 3 at Santa Monica Airport, where they will be presented with a $10,000 prize. The accompanying Audience Award carries a prize of $2,500 for the most popular film. Voting is open to the public on Frieze.com until Feb. 26.

The selected filmmakers, chosen from an open casting call of applicants between the ages of 18 and 34 in the Los Angeles area, participated in a three-month program led by the Ghetto Film School to create a short film that tackles the subject…

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