Youth film contest

Summer Arts Scene For Youth is accepting submissions for a film contest fundraising event being held next month.

Jordana Bohn has already finished her entry in the film festival. Those who haven’t started yet may want to use their spring break to work on a movie.

Summer Arts Scene For Youth is organizing a film festival for aspiring movie makers aged 25 and under.

Submissions can be no longer than 10 minutes in duration and categories included documentary, horror, drama, comedy, nature, aboriginal, environmental issues, musical, film noire, and creative.  Film, short clips, photo essays, video and animation entries will be accepted. Submissions are free to enter and each artist can submit multiple entries.

Entries should be dropped off to Horst Jassman at the Creekside theatre no later than April 1.

The screening festival will take place on April 30 at the Creekside.

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