Joe To Enter Film Into Movie Festival

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    Mark

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    According to MTV.com, Linkin Park turntablist Joe Hahn recently shot a short film called "The Seed" about a homeless war veteran living on the banks of the Los Angeles River who loses his mind, which he plans to enter in the Sundance Film Festival in Salt Lake City, Utah. We'll release more details as they become available.

    Source: MTV.com
     
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    interesting stuff ^_^

    sounds like something jow would do like :lol:
     
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    lol yea that sounds like him. It sounds pretty interesting.
     
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    Well, more a new project Joe!!! ^_^
    If he continues to go in this way I think we will have more a person working in the cinema. :p
    I'm a little curious about his short film. I would like to see it.
     
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    hmmm I just wondered what's going on with his other movie that he was supposed to direct - "King Rat"... It was announced in September 2003 and I haven't heard news about that so far...^^
     
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    i'd like to say a big congratulations to mr.hahn, he always has the creativity in filming which i really appreciate! keep up ur hard work, joe.
     
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