by Erica Mauter | 5/5/09 • The .EDU Film Fest is “Minnesota’s first school sponsored, state-wide film festival, featuring short films written, shot, edited, and scored by high-school filmmakers.”
A read-through of their mission statement indicates that any high school kid who’s even remotely interested in film ought to get in on this. (If you know a kid who thinks they can’t afford it, help ‘em out.) The festival aims not just to give kids an arena to show their films, but helps them connect with other local filmmakers and resources. Sounds like a great learning experience and great exposure.
(via Peter Fleck/@pfhyper)
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