David Hasselhoff Joins Judging Panel for Arab Film Studio Short Film Competition

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American actor David Hasselhoff will be one of the judges for this year’s Arab Film Studio short film competition.“Arab Film Studio is great way for any budding filmmaker to get started in the industry,” he says. “I’m so honored to be a part of this year’s judging panel and I can’t wait to see what each contestant has come up with.”Arab Film Studio is a short film competition run by Image Nation and twofour54 that aims to find and train new talent while giving aspiring filmmakers the tools to carve out a career for themselves.“We are thrilled to have such an acclaimed panel of judges for this year’s competition,” said Michael Garin, the chief executive of Image Nation. “It’s great to give these budding filmmakers the chance to have their films seen by industry players. Over the past four years the standard of our contestants’ films have gotten better and better and I’m excited to see what comes from this year’s competition.”The short narrative film section will conclude with an award ceremony in October. It includes entries from countries including the UAE, Egypt, UK and the Netherlands.Source: The National 

Hasselhoff Starts on BGT Thursday

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David Hasselhoff will join the new-lookBritain's Got Talent judging panel for the first time tomorrow.The former Baywatch actor will team up with Amanda Holden and Michael McIntyre at the Manchester Opera House for auditions on Thursday and Friday.Louis Walsh stood in for the US star last week while he was busy filming in Australia and appearing in pantomime in Wimbledon.Hasselhoff, McIntyre and Holden will be joined on the judging panel by Simon Cowell when theGot Talent live shows start.