Submissions Open for Reel 2 Reel Student Film Festival


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The Reel 2 Reel Student Film Festival is currently seeking submissions through April 28. The festival encourages teens and young adults to make short films about issues that affect them in today's society. Other genres such as horror, drama, comedy, documentary, etc. will also be considered. The festival will feature a minimum of 10 adjudicated student films in the categories of middle school, high school and college level. Films must be fully completed at the time of submission and should not exceed 7 minutes in length. Groups and/or classes are welcome to apply. 

More information and rules about submissions can be found here. 

The Reel 2 Reel Film Festival Showing will take place Saturday, June 3 from 1 to 3 p.m. at the Paramount Theater, 128 E. Front St. in Burlington.

 

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