15th Season of Film Lab Presents Premieres on CrossingsTV!
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CrossingsTV begins a new season of fresh, innovative and "deliciously diverse" entertainment from the Film Lab on September 25th

NEW YORK - eMusicWire -- Television viewers across the country have tuned in for 14 seasons of Film Lab Presents, a television series medley of innovative and diverse American stories hosted by Jennifer Betit Yen. CrossingsTV will premiere the 15th season of Film Lab's series in Central Valley, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco, Seattle, New York, and New Jersey.   The success and popularity of the show continues to win crossover market appeal.  This season will feature many of the top films of the Film Lab's 2022 72 Hour Shootout filmmaking competition, which used original entertainment content to tackle issues relating to mental health.  "It's with great excitement and gratitude that we present another season of Asian American Film Lab's 72-Hour Shootout films," commented Daniel Sakaya, President and COO of CrossingsTV.  "We continue to be amazed by the films produced every year and are honored to contribute to this empowerment of Asian Americans pursuing their artistic passions."  Film Lab Presents will air Sundays beginning September 25th at 5:30pm in all markets.

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About CrossingsTV
Founded in 2005, Crossings TV fulfills the entertainment and information needs of Asian American communities.  In so doing, Crossings TV's foremost goal is to provide locally-oriented, produced and marketed programming and content. Working with key, local representatives in each of the markets it serves, Crossings TV is a unique, grassroots intermediary, efficiently linking its targeted audiences and commercial, non-commercial and governmental entities.  http://www.crossingstv.com

About the Film Lab, Film Lab Presents and AAFL TV
The Film Lab is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization, which began working to promote equlaity in entertainment media since 1998.  The Film Lab's president, actor Jennifer Betit Yen, founded AAFL TV in August 2013 to address an explosion of interest in diverse, original creative content along with a corresponding rising level of dissatisfaction with mainstream programming for a lack of diversity and/or perpetuation of racial stereotypes.  AAFL TV's mission is to provide innovative, contemporary, original content by, for and about Americans who are otherwise underrepresented by mainstream media - content that accurately reflects our heterogeneous country both in front of and behind the camera.

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Luana Sandoval
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