3RD ANNUAL KATRA FILM SERIES GRAND FINALE

December 18, 2014 in Event

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Katra Film Series Cordially Invites you to attend the 3rd Annual Grand Finale Series. Join us as we feature 16 of the top films of 2014 that have screened at the biggest festivals worldwide or won Emmys, Oscars, BAFTAs and other internationally-acclaimed prizes.

GRAND PRIZE WINNER will be judged by the following grand jury members: Jonathan Dana, Stephen Nemeth, Sebastian Cordero, Ron Simons, Anamaria Marinca, Raphael Benavides, Felix Thompson, Juan Caceres, Sebastian Rea.

AUDIENCE CHOICE AWARD will be chosen by YOU the audience.

WHEN: January 17, 2015
Poet’s Den Theater & Gallery:
309 East 108th Street, New York, NY 10029
$20 Advance Ticket Sales Until Dec. 31st
$30 cash only at the door
(includes Screenings, Q&A, Cocktail Hour, Award-Ceremony, Complimentary afterparty at a place TBA)

Official Lineup (order subject to change):
LAS MANANITAS – directed by Gabriella Moses
BAYONET – directed by Gregory Horoupian
VERMEER – directed by Tal Shamir
CHANGEOVER – directed by David Ketterer
INSANIA – directed by Daniel Diosdado
SPADE – directed by Mandi Riggi
LA LOTERIA – directed by Shahir Daud
THE EARTH THE WAY I LEFT IT – directed by Jeff Pinilla
OUT OF THE ASHES – directed by Sandy Garfunkel
THE SPEECH – directed by Joe McClean
L’AMORE CORTO – directed by Valentina Vincenzini
SEQUESTERED – directed by Lucas Spaulding
WRITER’S BLOCK – directed by Brandon Polanco
SIX – directed by Frank Jerky
THE DESK – directed by George Gaffney
TO BE STRONG – directed by Ken Spooner

Do you have a short film, web series, short doc, music video you’d like to submit? We’re looking for quality short content of any genre/form no longer than 45 minutes in length for the 2015 season. From NO BUDGET to BIG BUDGET. JUST WOW US! Visual art, experimental, animations are welcome! Submit via Film Freeway https://filmfreeway.com/festival/KatraFilmSeries

FREE HOLIDAY PARTY – DRINK, DANCE, NETWORK, PARTY

December 12, 2014 in Event

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Katra Film Series cordially invites you all to a FREE HOLIDAY PARTY – Tuesday, December 16th in the heart of the West Village. Join us as we wrap up a successful year by celebrating with some of the world’s top indie filmmakers accompanied by HIP MUSIC & ALL NIGHT DANCING and NETWORKING. Make sure to bring out your dancing shoes, it is a PARTY after all!

Spinning eclectic house beats is none other than legendary DJ Mark Salner: Mark Salner started his DJing career back in the 90s with the rave scene. The foundation of Techno and Trance set his soul on fire as his journey to give back to the electronic music lovers blossomed. When he got introduced to the LA scene, with a help from a friend Lenny (Good Times), he finally got a break and was playing arenas with 10 to 15 thousand partygoers, as well as many other locations around United States. Upon graduating from Institute of Audio Research, Mark recorded a track “Magical Transformation” with extremely talented producer Max back in 1999 and a remix from Medicine Show LA. Organized many big events in NY as well as spinning at the most popular clubs at that time. In 2003 He put his music career on hold to focus on his lifelong passion photography and design. This was an important advancement professionally and personally to transform from boy to man and be responsible to run a busy photo/video studio. As we all know, history repeats itself. Although busy with photo and video projects, he is back to shake dance floor once again with his endless love for music. Playing Deep Tech and Tribal House at many different events in NYC, Miami sure brings good old memories and ready to create some new once. With the new release of a Universal Dream remix, on Expedition Recordings with Kiley Thompson , Mark Salner knows, that best is yet to come and looking forward to all the exciting adventures. As A&R at www.ExpeditionRecordings.com Mark is always looking for new talanted singers and producers to do remixes.
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Soundcloud www.marksalner.com

LE SOUK – 8PM-11PM
Address: 510 LaGuardia Pl, New York, NY 10012

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8p-9pm – Food & Drink specials

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2014 KATRA FILM SERIES – 3RD & FINAL ROUND

November 18, 2014 in Event

***** 2014 KATRA FILM SERIES 3RD ROUND*****

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Join us Wednesday, December 3rd for the 3rd & Final Round of the 2014 Katra Film Series. A panel of judges will select 2 shorts to move on to the Grand Finale in January and the Audience will vote for one film to move on as well. A $500+ prize courtesy of our generous sponsors PULP NYC, Filmmaker Magazine, Pond5, Katra, CM4A will be shared amongst the 3 winners.

A portion of the proceeds will be donated to Dare2B, an organization focused on educating and empowering homeless children through out NYC. To find out more visit their website at dare2b.org.

Launched in the Summer of 2012, Katra Film Series screens a selection of quality short films by emerging and award-winning filmmakers in NYC and provides a great networking platform for industry professionals. In partnership with Everyone Matters and Rhino Films the 2014 Grand Prize Winner will be awarded a one-on-one meeting with acclaimed Producer Stephen Nemeth from the Academy-Award Nominated The Sessions and Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.

2014 Katra Film Series Saturday, December 3rd, 2014 6pm–12:00am KATRA – 217 Bowery St. Btw. Rivington & Prince St. New York, NY 10002 Official Website: http://www.katrafilmseries.com/ Follow Us: Facebook/Twitter/Instagram: @KatraFilmSeries

Film Lineup (lineup subject to change):

The Desk – directed by George Gaffney

Schlock Fish – Esteban Uribe

Lily in the Grinder – directed by Michael Morgenstern

SIX – directed by Frank Jerky

The Audition – directed by Christopher Williams

To Be Strong – directed by Ken Spooner

Iko – directed by Joanna Cabello

One Past – directed by Juli Kobayashi

Meet Mario – directed by David Joseph

Barrio Boy – directed by Dennis Shinners

Destroying Angels – directed by Hannah Reimann

Pots&Lids – directed by Giulio Piodomani

House of the Rising Sun – directed by Inga Moren

Burning Up – directed by Mark Philip Lichtenstein

Bless Me – directed by Christian LaMorte

Tears of a Phoenix – directed by Mo Brown

Long Island Divas – directed by Katie Maguire Edri & Catherine Callahan

KATRA Film Series
217 Bowery St. between Rivington & Prince St. New York, NY 10002 – 2 for 1 house drink specials from 6p-8p $20 advance online ticket sales (includes screenings, Q&A, after party) $25 cash only door price (includes screenings, Q&A, after party) Full dinner & hookah menu available.

Do you have a short film, web series, short doc, music video you’d like to submit? We’re looking for quality short content of any genre/form no longer than 45 minutes in length for the 2015 season. From NO BUDGET to BIG BUDGET. JUST WOW US! Visual art, experimental, animations are welcome! Submit via Film Freeway https://filmfreeway.com/festival/KatraFilmSeries

***** 2014 Final Edition of The Year*****

November 3, 2014 in Event

Join us Saturday, November 8th as we feature 11 original short content in the capital of the world! Each Filmmaker will compete for the opportunity to move on to the 3rd round in December and win a prize valued over $400.

Tickets are still available at the door: https://www.facebook.com/events/1499814663638491

Launched in the Summer of 2012, Katra Film Series screens a selection of quality short content by emerging and award-winning filmmakers in NYC and provides a great networking platform for industry professionals. In partnership with Everyone Matters and Rhino Films the 2014 Grand Prize Winner will be awarded a one-on-one meeting with acclaimed Producer Stephen Nemeth from the Academy-Award Nominated The Sessions and Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.

Film Lineup (lineup subject to change):

The Story of M – directed by Anna Arlanova
Indigo – directed by Paul Jerndal
Not Guilty – directed by Jabari Clarke-Pennegan
Barrio Boy – directed by Dennis Shinners
Firefly – directed by Matthew Charof
A Sand Grain’s Dream – directed by Angi Ali
NYC Raw – directed by Aaron Lehmann
Jane St – directed by Matilde Ascheri
Kiko’s Paradise – directed by Paco Gisbert, Roman Alos, Paqui Ramirez
Beat – directed by Inhye Lee
Long Island Divas – directed by Katie Maguire Edri & Catherine Callahan

KATRA Film Series
217 Bowery St. between Rivington & Prince St.
New York, NY 10002
2 for 1 house drink specials from 6p-8p
$15 advance pre-sales (includes after party)
$20 door admission (includes after party)
Full dinner & hookah menu available.

2014 Arts & Entertainment Industry Mixer – w/ Special Guests

October 25, 2014 in Event

Join us this Wednesday, October 29th for a special Fall Industry Mixer and meet some heavy hitters in the industry.

Katra Film Series will be hosting different events throughout the year to connect actors, writers, producers, directors, casting directors, et al, with likeminded industry professionals.

Launched in 2012, Katra Film Series has connected countless people in the entertainment industry. Some of our sponsors include Everyone Matters, Rhino Films, Seed&Spark, Bright Ideas, Carpingo AllCar Rent A Car, Filmmaker Magazine, Museum of the Moving Image, Project Catalyst, 30under30 Film Festival NYC, Rated SR Socially Relevant Film Festival New York, Film Interchange and more.

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Featured Industry Guests:

Student Academy Awards Winner TAL S. SHAMIR Ph.D. has experience and achievements in both film/media production and theory. His production experience includes creating and commanding the Video Team in the Navy; working as a production coordinator in Hollywood; creating and producing RUFF CUTS The New School’s Media Studies department central and established ongoing screening events; writing a Ph.D. dissertation (awarded Suma Cum Laude) on how cinema offers a new platform for philosophical thinking, to directing, video shooting and editing dozens media and films projects. Tal’s recent films and exhibitions were presented in a wide range of film festivals, galleries, museums and won many awards including the 2011 Student Academy Awards (Gold Medal).

JUAN CACERES is an independent multi-media producer whose latest credit is ‘Elliot Loves’, an award winning feature film that was released through TLA and can be seen exclusively on HBO Latino as of July 2013. He served as an associate producer on ‘Emoticon’, a feature film that just made its festival debut and set for release in 2014. Juan’s greatest pride is being a founding member and Director of Programming for the HBO New York International Latino International Film Festival where he also produced trailers and promotional videos. He is also a programming associate for Tribeca All Access, an initiative of the Tribeca Film Festival that aids and supports underserved minorities in the film industry. He has recently started subjecting his filmmaker friends to his craziness in his blog ‘LatinoBuzz’ on IndieWIRE.com, the leading source for independent-minded filmmakers, the industry and moviegoers alike where he covers Latino indies in a weekly column.

MARLENE RHEIN graduated from Ithaca College’s Film Department with a Rod Serling Screenwriting scholarship. Since then, she has directed over fifty music videos, including hip hop legend 2Pac Shakur’s last, the humorous ‘F-Me Pumps’ video for Amy Winehouse as well as commercials for Diesel, Verizon, and Avaya Communications. Her self-starring, Cindy Sherman-esque short film, Let Me Tell You A Story won several Audience Awards at film festivals nationwide in 2000, as well as the BEST ACTRESS AWARD at the Long Island International Film Festival. She was subsequently chosen for Filmmaker Magazine’s “TOP 25 NEW FACES OF INDEPENDENT FILM.” She was selected as an Independent Feature Project “Project Involve” Fellow in 2005 and an “Emerging Narrative Director Lab” Fellow in 2006. She has written two off-off-Broadway plays that were performed at the Manhattan Repertory Theatre; Telling Yourself It Doesn’t Matter in 2005 and Customer Service in 2006. Marlene’s first feature film, THE BIG SHOT-CALLER, a story inspired by her younger brother’s vision disability and his extraordinary passion for Salsa dancing, opened theatrically at The Quad Cinema in New York City in May 2009 and is now available on DVD from distributor Vanguard Cinema. It received four stars from film critic Kam Williams, who called it an “absolutely appealing little gem of an indie, which marks the impressive writing, directing, and acting debut of Marlene Rhein.” Stephen Holden of the New York Times called it “authentic.”

Marlene currently resides in New York City, where she continues to direct music videos, commercials, films and her comedy YouTube series “My Parents are Crazier than Yours” and “Angry Gladys.” She recently wrapped production on her new web series, “I Don’t Care About the Assholes, With Dr. Rita Gatswani.”

See videos here: https://www.youtube.com/user/MsGrooveChic

GEOFFREY GUERRERO is an award-winning writer, director, producer. He was selected as a finalist for the 2006 Film Your Issue National Film Competition for his provocative short “Here to Stay,” where the Jurors included Walter Cronkite, Brian Williams, then Senator Barack Obama, George Clooney, and others. In 2007 he guest-directed a short film called “Rewind” and won Best Short Film “On The Edge” Award at the 2007 HBO New York International Latino Film Festival. His original short film “The New McCarthyism,” which he wrote, directed, produced and acted was an Official Selection at the 2007 Long Island Latino International Film Festival. In 2008, his short film “Baile (Dance)” won the Best Short Film “Fruit of the Vine” award at the Vine Shorts Film Festival in Santa Monica, CA and also screened at the 2009 HBO New York International Latino Film Festival and 2009 Babelgum Online International Film Festival as an Official Selection. Guerrero’s latest film “J-1” premiered at the 2013 Coney Island Film Festival, was an Official Selection at the 2014 Rated SR Socially Relevant Film Festival, 2014 Palm Beach International Film Festival and made its European Premiere at the 2014 Let’s All Be Free Film Festival in Brixton, London and recently screened at the Oscar-qualifying 18th Annual Urbanworld Film Festival.

In June 2012, Guerrero launched the Katra Film Series – a monthly festival showcasing short content by emerging and award-winning Filmmakers. In partnership with Everyone Matters and Rhino Films the 2013 Grand Prize Winner was awarded a one-on-one meeting with acclaimed Producer Stephen Nemeth from the Academy-Award Nominated The Sessions and Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.

SEBASTIAN REA is an award-winning writer, director, producer. His first short film (Early Morning Nostalgia) garnered him the Smithsonian Institute’s Latino Artist Award in 2007. His next film, a short documentary (No LEGAL Child Left Behind) was picked up by the Associated Press from the MYSPACE Film Your Issues contest in 2009.

Sebastian has a Bachelors of Arts in Film and Political Science from SUNY Purchase College, where he also founded TheLONGTAKE, Purchase’s first cinema journal. In 2011, he wrote, directed, produced, and edited his next short, Afectación, in Madrid, Spain, which won the Best Acting award at the 2012 Columbia University National Undergrad Film Festival. While in Spain he also shot a behind the scenes feature for Marea, a Spanish rock group produced by Bajocero Produciones, LUPANAR: Making of Marea.

His first feature film, and college thesis project, LONE PROPHET, won the Best Feature Film Director award at the 2013 Phenom Film Festival in Louisiana. It was also part of the Official Selection at the 2013 Golden Door International Film Festival of Jersey City, NJ, and the 2014 Queens World Film Festival, where he won the Emerging Filmmaker award for LONE PROPHET. This film is also being screened as educational supplemental material at select universities nation wide.

In December 2013, Sebastian founded the 30UNDER30 FILM FESTIVAL, which celebrates 30 films from filmmakers under 30 years old. He is an active member of the Latino Film Summit, an organization empowering the community with resources and networking opportunities for filmmakers. He also mentors a student part of the Tribeca Film Institute’s film fellows program. Sebastian is also the Content Operations Manager for Tribeca Enterprises since 2012.

FERNANDO CUESTAS is a New York based filmmaker and photographer. With over fifteen years of experience, he has worked on award winning independent films (both short and feature length) and in high fashion photography with such companies as Conde Nast China, Cirque Du Soleil, Apple Bottom Jeans, Hush Hush Entertainment, GQ Taiwan, and Vogue Taiwan. He has also provided casting and auditioning services for a variety of projects and in the process developed a great respect for anyone who puts him or herself in the spotlight. A native New Yorker, Fernando grew up in Queens and is a graduate of the School of Visual Arts.

Katra
217 Bowery btw. Rivington & Prince St.
New York, NY 10002
$7 advance tickets
$10 cash door cover
(includes 2 for 1 mixed drink specials, $5 beers, $6 wine)

2014 Katra Film Series – October Edition – Penultimate Event Of The Year!

October 11, 2014 in Event

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Join us Saturday October 18th as we screen 12 original short content in the capital of the world! Each Filmmaker will compete for the opportunity to move on to the 3rd round, win an audience-voted prize valued over $400 courtesy of Seed&Spark, All Car Rent A Car, Pulp NYC, Carpingo and the Museum of the Moving Image.

Launched in the Summer of 2012, Katra Film Series screens a selection of quality short films by emerging and award-winning filmmakers in NYC and provides a great networking platform for industry professionals. In partnership with Everyone Matters and Rhino Films the 2014 Grand Prize Winner will be awarded a one-on-one meeting with acclaimed Producer Stephen Nemeth from the Academy-Award Nominated The Sessions and Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.

2014 Katra Film Series Saturday, September 27, 2014 – 6pm–10:30pm KATRA – 217 Bowery St. Btw. Rivington & Prince St. New York, NY 10002 Official Website: http://www.katrafilmseries.com/ Follow Us: Facebook/Twitter/Instagram: @KatraFilmSeries

Film Lineup (lineup subject to change):

3’30″ DK – directed by Daniel Diosdado

No Matter What – directed by Shaza Irfan

Ephemeral – directed by Diego Modino

Meet Mario – directed by David Joseph

Pride: The Series – directed by Brandon Polanco

One Sun: Over That – directed by Jesse Price

Twin Burners – directed by Joshua Eichenbaum

Shirley’s Kids – directed by Michael Paulucci

Pickman’s Model – directed by Mark Philip Licthenstein

One Past – directed by Juli S. Kobayashi

The Audition – directed by Christopher Williams

The Slip-Up – directed by Matt Brandenburgh

KATRA Film Series

217 Bowery St. between Rivington & Prince St.
New York, NY 10002
2 for 1 house drink specials from 6p-8p
$15 advance online ticket sales (includes afterparty)
$20 door price (includes after party)
Full dinner & hookah menu available.

Do you have a short film, web series, short doc, music video you’d like to submit? We’re looking for quality short content of any genre/form no longer than 45 minutes in length. From NO BUDGET to BIG BUDGET. JUST WOW US! Visual art, experimental, animations are welcome! Submit via Film Freeway

CALL FOR ENTRIES: LATE DEADLINE OCT. 15 – Do you have what it takes?

October 9, 2014 in Event, News

CALLING ALL FILMMAKERS, WRITERS, PRODUCERS, DIRECTORS, ACTORS: The 2014 Katra Film Series Season is Coming to a Close and we’re still looking for short content for our Final Edition of the year before the 3rd Round. Do you have what it takes to screen at NYC’s Premier Film Series & Networking Party? Then show us what you got! Late Deadline Oct. 15th. Submit now below:

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Crowdfunding For Independence – Join us this Wednesday, Oct. 8th for a Special Workshop Course Brought to you by Seed&Spark

October 7, 2014 in Event

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Order Tickets Via Eventbrite:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/crowdfunding-to-build-independence-nyc-with-katra-film-series-tickets-13328470815

CROWDFUNDING TO BUILD INDEPENDENCE:

The only proven path to independence as an artist is a direct connection to your audience. Crowdfunding is becoming a fundamental piece of most financing plans for independent film. However, many filmmakers miss the opportunity to turn their film funding campaigns into audience-building opportunities that can last an entire career — and provide the groundwork for theatrical distribution that you control. Seed&Spark and Tugg are combining forces to invest in the future of independent film by offering a comprehensive Crowdfunding to Build Independence workshop. This two-hour session for film-related projects will provide the crowdfunding action plan most likely to create a lasting, flourishing, direct relationship with your audience.

OUR COURSE WILL COVER:
1. FINDING YOUR AUDIENCE
2. SUCCESSFUL MESSAGING
3. ELEMENTS OF A GREAT PLAN
— Pitch Video
— Partners and Outreach
— Organization
4. EXECUTING A GREAT PLAN
— Day-to-Day Campaigning
— New Outreach Materials
— Pro-tips
5. AFTER CAMPAIGN AUDIENCE GROWTH
6. FESTIVALS & DISTRIBUTION

SCHEDULE
6-6:30pm: MEET & GREET
6:30-8:00pm: WORKSHOP + Q&A
7:30-9:00pm: 2 FOR 1 DRINK SPECIAL!

OUR HOST:
Katra Film Series spotlights new talent and provides a platform for emerging filmmakers to showcase their work in front of a live audience and to network with likeminded industry professionals. Every month we screen a selection of quality short films and the audience votes for one film to move on to the 2nd and 3rd Competitions. Regardless of who the audience chooses, all films will be considered for the Year-End Grand Finale Event where the top films will vie for prizes worth over 1K and the chance to meet with a Major Hollywood Producer.
In partnership with Everyone Matters & Rhino Films, the 2014 Grand Prize Winner will be awarded a one-on-one meeting with acclaimed Producer Stephen Nemeth from the Academy-Award Nominated The Sessions and Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.

In Partnership with Seed&Spark, the 2014 Grand Finale Audience Choice Award will take home a prize worth over $500, a membership to the Museum of the Moving Image.

Showcasing a Record 14 Original Short Content! 2014 September Edition is one not to be missed!

September 24, 2014 in Event

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***** 2014 SEPTEMBER EDITION *****

Join us Saturday SEPTEMBER 27 as we showcase 13 riveting short content! Each Filmmaker will compete for the opportunity to move on to the 3rd round, win a $400 prize from Seed&Spark, All Car Rent A Car, Pulp NYC, Carpingo and the Museum of the Moving Image.

Launched in the Summer of 2012, Katra Film Series screens a selection of quality short films by emerging and award-winning filmmakers in NYC and provides a great networking platform for industry professionals. In partnership with Everyone Matters and Rhino Films the 2014 Grand Prize Winner will be awarded a one-on-one meeting with acclaimed Producer Stephen Nemeth from the Academy-Award Nominated The Sessions and Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.

2014 Katra Film Series Saturday, September 27, 2014 – 6pm–10:30pmKATRA – 217 Bowery St. Btw. Rivington & Prince St. New York, NY 10002 Official Website: http://www.katrafilmseries.com/ Follow Us: Facebook/Twitter/Instagram: @KatraFilmSeries

Film Lineup (lineup subject to change):
The Desk
Meet Mario
Tradeoff
Iko
Repercussions
Searching for Paradise
Destroying Angels
My Father’s House
To Be Strong
NCQR- MV
Dark Mechanism
Awake
Open Mic
Strangers

KATRA Film Series
217 Bowery St. between Rivington & Prince St.
New York, NY 10002
2 for 1 house drink specials from 6p-8p
$15 advance online ticket sales (includes afterparty)
$20 door price
Full dinner & hookah menu available.

Do you have a short film, web series, short documentary, music video you’d like to submit? We’re looking for quality short content of any genre/form. Music videos, short docs, visual art, experimental, animations are welcome! Submit via Film Freeway https://filmfreeway.com/festival/KatraFilmSeries

30UNDER30 Film Festival UNITES FORCES w/ Katra Film Series

September 14, 2014 in Event

This is your chance to get a taste of and learn all about the 30under30 Film Festival NYC! We will be celebrating the launch of our Seed&Spark campaign, and you will be helping us build our festival and all at the same time. Great networking opportunities with NYC’s film community!

The event is FREE – but we will be accepting donations throughout the evening. Also 2-for-1 drink specials!

http://www.seedandspark.com/studio/30under30-film-festival

RSVP HERE: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/30under30-film-festival-campaign-party-tickets-13008985225?ref=estw

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