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There are just five more days for filmmakers to submit their films to the 2014 Highway 61 Film Festival. Head to our Entry Form page or visit the Highway 61 Film Festival page on filmfreeway.com/festival/Highway61FilmFestival to find out more!
In the meantime, we invite you to step into the tea party being held by Mr. Mugwumpit and Mrs. Fleabottom as they discuss the relative fun-ness and fanciness of the Highway 61 Film Festival…
One week and one day left for Early Submissions! Tell your friends, family, neighbors, enemies, frenemies… After July 15, the price goes up from $5 to $10 for shorts, $10 to $20 for features until the Late Deadline of Aug. 15.
We’re so happy to be working with FilmFreeway in 2014. On May 3 we rolled the Highway 61 Film Festival onto this new service that links up filmmakers and film festivals, and since then amazing films are coming in by the dozen from across the world.
And we’ve really only just begun! Early film submissions are accepted until the July 15 deadline, and late submissions continue until the August 15 deadline. We love the films we’ve seen so far, and just can’t wait to find out what’s still to come.
Having so many great films to choose from is sure going to make things tough for our judges – but it will make for an incredible film fest for everyone who comes out Oct. 3-5!
The Highway 61 Film Festival has started rolling in 2014! The festival is now open for submissions, and we can’t wait to experience the extraordinary stories local, national and international filmmakers have to tell.
We are accepting both short (less than 40 minutes) and feature (40 minutes or over) films in the following categories: Action/Horror, Animation, Comedy, Documentary and Drama. First place winners in each category receive cash prizes: $100 for feature films and $50 for short films. Our early deadline is July 15, and our late deadline is Aug. 15. See the Entry Form page for more details.
We also have a Student Short category for students in grades (K-12). This category is FREE to enter, and offers a $50 cash prize for the first-place film. Student filmmakers should also use our Entry Form to submit.
The festival itself will be held on October 3-5 in Pine City, Minnesota. Locations and showtimes will be announced on www.highway61filmfestival.org and on other media platforms.
Please email us at email@example.com with any questions.
Paradise Film Festival in Mora is coming April 26-27! All Minnesota-made movies. We love these guys! Check it out at http://www.paradise-theatre.com