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Short Film Competition

 

The NDHRFF is proud to announce the first local short film competition open to filmmakers in North Dakota and Minnesota. Films must be under 3 minutes in length and can be of any genre.

Films should reflect a human rights or social justice theme related to the COVID-19 pandemic or social movements currently taking place around the country.

16 films will be selected to play as interstitials before blocks of shorts and feature films at the festival.

The competition is free and open to filmmakers of any age. Films may be shot on any platform, and utilization of phones, tablets or other alternative recording devices are welcomed and encouraged.

Films must be submitted by midnight on August 31, 2020.

 

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