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Super Power Blues

Greg Pak’s “Super Power Blues” is now viewable online

Greg Pak’s 2005 short film “Super Power Blues” is now viewable online at the Greg Pak Youtube Channel. The film stars Sakura Sugihara and Brian Nishii in the story of a superheroine who constantly has to save the world when all she really wants to do is sleep with her boyfriend. It premiered in June 2005 on WNET’s Reel New York shorts anthology show and played around the country at festivals like Cinequest, the Phoenix Comicon Film Festival, the DC APA Film Festival, and the San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival.
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Pak Talks Comics: Reader Q&A about Cho, Hulk, Emma, Magneto… and Squirrel Girl?

BrokenFrontier.com has posted Greg Pak’s latest “Pak Talks Comics” column, featuring Reader Q&A about everything from Amadeus Cho to Magneto to where Squirrel Girl was during “World War Hulk.” Click here to read the column, and click here to submit your own questions for future columns.

2008.06.07 – “Super Power Blues” wins Saturday night New York public television screening slot


“Super Power Blues,” a short film written and directed by Greg Pak, has won this week’s Reel 13 online contest at thirteen.org and will screen Saturday, June 7, on New York’s Channel 13.
The 7 minute film stars Sakura Sugihara and Brian Nishii in the story of a Japanese superheroine living in New York City who deals with endless crises — when all she really wants to do is sleep with her boyfriend.
“Super Power Blues” will air on Channel 13 at 11:09 pm on Saturday, June 7, right after “Some Like It Hot” and just before “Camp.”
The film is also viewable online at thirteen.org.

Vote for “Super Power Blues”!

“Super Power Blues,” a short film written and directed by Greg Pak, is screening online at the Reel 13 website of New York’s Channel 13. Check it out and vote — the film that nabs the most votes by 5 pm next Thursday will be screened on television in New York.
“Super Power Blues” tells the story of a Japanese superheroine living in New York who has to deal with endless crises — when all she really wants to do is sleep with her boyfriend.
Click here to view the film and vote!

2007.09.29 – “Super Power Blues” screens in Mesa, AZ

Greg Pak’s short film “Super Power Blues” will screen as part of the film festival at the Otaku University anime convention in Mesa, Arizona around 6 pm on September 29 in the Con Theater. Visit the Otaku University website for more information.

2007.01.26 – 2007.01.27 – “Super Power Blues” at Phoenix Cactus Comicon

Greg Pak’s short film “Super Power Blues” screens Friday at 7 pm and Saturday at 11 am in the “Superheroes and Fantasy” program of the Phoenix Cactus Comicon Film Festival. Click here for the schedule (WARNING: PDF!) and click here for the official website.

2006.11.04 – “Super Power Blues” in Vancouver

Greg Pak’s short film “Super Power Blues” plays November 4 at the Vancouver Asian Film Festival in the “Crime Time” short film program. Click here for more information.

2006.10.07 – “Super Power Blues” at ShockerFest

Greg Pak’s short film “Super Power Blues” plays at the ShockerFest Film Festival in Riverbank, CA at 10:45 am on Saturday, October 7. The film has been nominated for the festival’s Best Science Fiction Mini-Short award and the film’s star, Sakura Sugihara, has been nominated for the Best Actress Science Fiction/Fantasy award.
Click here for more information.

2006.10.04 – “Super Power Blues” at the DC APA Film Festival

Greg Pak’s short film “Super Power Blues” plays on October 4 at the DC APA Film Festival in the “Women’s Short Films” program. Click here for all the details.

“Super Power Blues” named a finalist at ShockerFest

“Super Power Blues,” a short film written and directed by Greg Pak, has been named a finalist in the Science Fiction Mini-Shorts category at ShockerFest. ShockerFest is a science fiction, fantasy and horror film festival which takes place October 7 and 8 in Modesto, California.
Click here to read more about ShockerFest.
Click here to read more about “Super Power Blues.”

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