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Public Relations Association of the Southwest to Sponsor PCFF’s First Local Flavor Awards

The El Paso Community Foundation Plaza Classic Film Festival is teaming up with the Public Relations Association of the Southwest to add awards to this year’s Local Flavor filmmaker showcase.

The Local Flavor Award will give $1,000 to the best of this year’s Local Flavor entries. The award will be selected by Local Flavor curators and professional filmmakers Zach Passero and Lucky McKee, and Plaza Classic Film Festival director Doug Pullen.

The $500 Audience Flavorite Award will be chosen by those who attend this year’s Local Flavor programs during the Plaza Classic Film Festival, which returns for its 11th year August 2-12, 2018.

“The money can be put to good use toward a filmmaker’s future project,” said Passero, a versatile filmmaker, editor and animator whose credits include James and the Giant Peach, Motel, Glimpse, and this year’s The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then the Bigfoot.

“We are excited to be a part of recognizing projects which tell the stories of the people and places in the Southwest,” said PRSW President Laura Cade.

The Public Relations Association of the Southwest is a professional networking organization for public relations specialists in the El Paso/border region.

The entry deadline for this year’s Local Flavor series, which is sponsored by the Texas Film Commission, is 11:59 p.m. Friday, June 15. Entries may be submitted online, and there is no cost to enter.

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