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Your film need only be a minute long

Calling all filmmakers - the deadline for the One Minute Film & Video Festival's 2006 season is fast approaching! The free deadline, that is. Why pay a submission fee if you don't have to?

Submissions are FREE if postmarked before June 30th. After that you still have another 2 months for any late entries, but they'll cost you a $15 submission fee.

This year's theme is GROWTH, and all filmmakers are asked to artistically interpret that word in whatever capacity they see fit. The only other guideline? Obviously: the movie must be exactly 60 seconds long!

Visit minutefilmfest.com for submission details.


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