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News & Reviews
Project Lovelight at Charlotte's Light Factory,
Feb. 3-5, 2005
Dragon*Con International Short Film Festival,
Atlanta, Sept., 2004
Escapism Film Festival, Carolina Theatre, Durham, Oct. 22-24, 2004
Film Festival comes to Greensboro Dec. 21, 2004
December 21, 2004
When the guys at
Indie Film Network say "short," they mean short.
This Christmas-themed "Short Shorts" festival,
scheduled for the Green
Bean in downtown Greensboro Dec. 21, invites films ranging
from 3 minutes (the longest) to 10 seconds!
To make things still
more challenging, the categories have wacky themes. In the Fruitcake
category, films must star a fruitcake. Other categories include:
(your Christmas musical)
We Spoof You
a Merry Christmas (spoofs of Christmas films)
The 12 Holiday
Props [films must feature a dozen weird things: a wrapped
present, dreidel, maize (corn), mistletoe, wreath, eggnog, ham,
Santa Hat, stocking, holiday lights, straw placemat, sufganiyot
(fried jelly doughnut)]
Write a script that
includes all these if you can! First time filmmakers are encouraged
The festival itself
begins at 8pm and admission is free.
Frame Documentary Festival, Durham
by the same publishers