Tag: Screening

DeLeon Crossing is Screening in Del Ray this Sunday

Posted on 02/22/18 by admin

Did you miss yesterday’s message to the Team J Mailing List? DeLeon Crossing, our award-winning film from 2007 will be featured as part of new local film series sponsored by Del Ray Films. The event will be at The Evening Star Café in the Del Ray neighborhood of Alexandria (where most of DeLeon Crossing was […]

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DeLeon Gets Flashy

Posted on 09/29/07 by admin

In  case you missed the screening at the Alexandria International Film Festival, you can check out a Flash version of DeLeon Crossing on the website. You can check it out here.

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Festival Opening Night Will Feature DeLeon Crossing

Posted on 09/10/07 by admin

We’ve just received word that DeLeon Crossing will be shown the opening night of the First Annual Alexandria International Film Festival on Thursday, September 27th. The festivities will start around 7pm in Alexandria’s Market Square in the heart of Old Town. Further details as we get them!

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DeLeon Crossing makes it into Best of DC!

Posted on 05/24/07 by admin

DeLeon Crossing, Team J’s entry in the 2007 48 Hour Film Project has made it into the Best of DC! That means out of 93 films completed, DeLeon is one of 22 that made the cut to be shown in this special set of screenings Thursday, May 24 at 7pm. You can order tickets from […]

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DeLeon Crossing Screens at AFI Silver

Posted on 05/12/07 by admin

A sold-out audience saw Team J’s entry for the 2007 48 Hour Film Project Friday night. We screened in “Group G’ along with a dozen other DC-area filmmakers. There were several strong films, so we were very pleased to get a positive reaction to DeLeon. Kudos to the whole cast and crew (many of whom […]

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Team J Finishes DeLeon Crossing

Posted on 05/07/07 by admin

We knew it was fate when the genre we drew was fantasy, but no one expected quite the experience we had with the 48 Hour Film Project this past weekend. For those who don’t know, this is a competition where, given a genre, character, line of dialogue, and prop, you must write, shoot, and edit […]

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