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Minute Made Film Festival Wants Your Submissions

Carenza Bramwell is a Third Year Creative and Professional Writing Student and this years President/Editor-in-Chief. Featured Image is from Pixabay by FreePhotos.

Minute Made Film Festival is looking for 60 second submissions for their upcoming festival.

The brand new film festival, started by a group of students at the University of Bristol, is looking for 60 second submissions from March 8th-May 31st. The festival, which is open exclusively to students from University of Bristol, UWE Screenology, costs £1 to enter.

Entries can be from any genre or style, so long as they are 60 seconds long. The entries will be judged by professionals from the creative industry and notable alumni from UoB. The festival is providing a series of prompts for those wishing to enter, to give their creators a jumping off point and to use this festival as a chance to have your work seen, by both the public and professionals.

Minute Made Film Festival hopes that once COVID-19 restrictions have been eased they will be able to show the submissions in cinemas across the city.

For more information, please visit the Minute Made Film Festival website here-

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