The Japanese American National Museum in Los Angeles will be playing host to a different kind of film festival when the inaugural Comedy Ninja Film and Screenplay Festival comes to town later this spring! Originally founded by Quentin Lee (director of “White Frog” and “Shopping for Fangs”) and Chuck Parello, the three-day event is all about showcasing the most hilarious works of comedians, directors and writers from all over the world. There will be feature and short films screenings, stand-up comedian performances, surprise guests and more.
A Kickstarter campaign has since been started as the film festival is being launched without the help of outside fundings. While the submission fees and ticket sales will help, it is only to a small portion of the total amount needed. Even though the event will be happening regardless of the amount raised, the extra funding is to help with not only covering costs for this year, but also to help with continuing the festival for years to come.
So if you are interested in supporting this film festival, then be sure to go on over to the Comedy Ninja Film Festival Kickstarter campaign for more details on how to contribute. Be sure to also check out the film festival’s official website for more details on the event itself.