FFF16 Call for Entries

The Fargo Film Festival is excited to announce the call for entries for 2016. All submissions must be completed through Film Freeway or Withoutabox.

Additionally, movies must be submitted electronically, either through Film Freeway or WAB’s secure online screener option or via a link to a site such as Vimeo or the moviemaker’s URL. No physical media, including DVD and Blu-ray, are accepted as submission ????????? ????????????? ? ???????? copies If the moviemaker’s work is selected, an approved exhibition copy must be provided.

 

 

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2016 Fargo Film Festival Submission Deadlines:
Earlybird Submission Deadline: August 1, 2015
Regular Submission Deadline: September 1, 2015
Late Submission Deadline: October 1, 2015
Extended Deadline: November 1, 2015

See You in 2016!

FFF15jwperforms1.1The Fargo Film Festival would like to thank all the sponsors, volunteers, audience members, panelists, visiting moviemakers, board members, projectionists, theatre staff, and everyone else who helped to make 2015 the most successful and rewarding experience to date. Our fifteenth outing featured thirty special guests, including the legendary John Waters (who received the Ted M. Larson Award) and more than 100 amazing movie experiences that will not be forgotten.

The quality and breadth of the movies showcased in the Fargo Film Festival continue to impress cinema devotees from the community, the region, and beyond. We will most certainly be back in 2016. If you are an audience member, we thank you for your support and look forward to seeing you next ???? ?? ???????????? ? ???????? March

If you are a moviemaker, we can’t wait to see your next ???? ?? ???????????? ? ???????? project

FFF15 2-Minute Movie Contest Winners

FFF15battleforpeace1The Fargo Film Festival congratulates Joost Jansen as the 2015 first place winner of the 2-Minute Movie Contest.

Jansen’s animated short “A Battle for Peace” was chosen by judges as the winning work from more than fifty submitted movies. The movie was made as part of a project called The 12 Minutes About Peace, a collection of a dozen animated films marking the centenary of World War One.

According to Jansen, the shorts were made by emerging as well as established talents in Flemish animation.

The second place movie, “Cruising Electric,” is director Brumby Boylston’s advertisement for the movie tie-in playset imagined for the William Friedkin/Al Pacino film “Cruising.” Boylston’s short was an official selection of the 2014 Sundance Film Festival.

Third place went to Johnny Chew’s phantasmagoric music video collage “Oops,” set to the music of Los Angeles-based ?????? ???????????? ? ???????? Braainzz

Thanks to all the moviemakers who shared their work for the ?????? ???????????? ? ???????? showcase The 2-Minute Movie Contest will return in 2016.

 

FFF15 2-Minute Movie Contest

SpooktacularosgoodThe Fargo Film Festival is excited to announce the 2015 program of 2-Minute Movie Contest entries.

The fun begins at 9:45 p.m. on Friday, March 6 at the Historic Fargo ???????????? ????? ??????? ? ?????????? ? ????????? ??????? Theatre Admission is two dollars and tickets are available at the ???????????? ????? ??????? ? ?????????? ? ????????? ??????? door

Abandoned (Caleb Stumpfl)
All Over (Chris Carboni)
Aqua Profonda (Nathan Campbell)
Awe (John Gray)
Baking with Grandma (Briana Schepper)
A Battle for Peace (Joost Jansen)
BB Assignment (Takeru Konno)
Bigfoot: A Mockumentary (Aaron Crume)
Bill Brunton: Guitar Maker (Shane Reetz)
Bosko’s Big Day 2015 (Matt McGregor)
Cat and Lobe: A Love Story, Vol. II (Dan Hassoun)
Christmas Melody (Sam Camilli)
Circular (Chris Carboni)
Cruising Electric (Brumby Boylston)
Egg (Alyssa Matlosz)
Feelings (Nate Milton)
Fol Amor (Augustin Clermont, et al.)
Follow the Formulava (Battlecat!)
Foot Fetish (Rachel Soland)
Garden State of Mind (It’ll Change Your Life, I Swear) (Aaron Baker)
Hawk Ridge: Part One (Q.V. Hough)
Hawk Ridge: Part Two (Q.V. Hough)
Helena’s Words (J. Onalee Ebert & Christy Ebert Vrtis)
Here We Go Again (The 39 Steps That Changed My Life) (Christina Johnson)
Honest Moments (Caleb Stumpfl)
I Do (Emily Woods)
I’ve Fallen and I Can’t Get Up (Dave Fothergill)
Intrigue (Vivian Lau)
The Last Straw (Aaron Crume)
A Life Alone (Adam Osgood)
Loneliness (Patrick Weber)
Make Believe (Vivian Lau)
Mako: Part One (Gavin Rehder)
Mako: Part Two (Gavin Rehder)
Missing (Hayley Tarleton)
The New Wallpaper (Andreas Goldfuss)
A Nice Cup of Tea (Kyle Predki)
Office Daze (Patrick Weber)
Oops (Johnny Chew)
Pink (Hayley Tarleton)
Puppy Love (Kayla Duffney)
Reality Control (Justin Chapman)
Run Eli Run (McKade Riedman)
School Shootin’ Boogie (Jason Gronvold)
Spooktacular (Adam Osgood)
Streamschool (Peter Vacz)
$wagneto vs. Naughty Nate (Eric Falde)
Things Fall Apart (James Harvey)
Thirty Masks (Martine Frossard)
This Is a Film About the Art of Last Minute Studying (Derek Bauer)
Transformer (Masaki Katsuyama)
True Blue (Caroline Ibarra)
UFO (Ned Wenlock)
You’re Eating It Wrong (McKade Riedman)

FFF15 Visiting Moviemakers

Moviemakers visiting the 2015 Fargo Film Festival.

FFF15shelliainsworth1Shelli Ainsworth (writer, director, “Stay Then Go”)
People should come and see my movie because: It might tap on your consciousness, in its own quiet way.
My perfect day includes: My children, red lipstick, and happy hour.
The three films that every moviemaker should see are:Do the Right Thing,”  “Rebecca,” “Sexy Beast.”
Before I die, I want to: Be friends with a crow.

“Stay Then Go” will screen on Friday, March 6 at 3:15 p.m.

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FFF15johnakre1John Akre (animator, “Albert Einstein”)
People should come and see my movie because: It is about grief, longing, and the general theory of relativity.
My perfect day includes: Making still things come alive through animation, biking, reading, and spending some time in nature, even if it is just my back yard.
The three films that every moviemaker should see are: “Sherlock Jr.” by Buster Keaton, “Quasi at the Quackadero” by Sally Cruikshank, and the actual true movie of everything inside their head.
Before I die, I want to: Invent a new word for bucket list.

“Albert Einstein” will screen on Tuesday, March 3 at 2 p.m.

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FFF15renebrar1René Brar (director, “Martin’s Pink Pickle”)
People should come and see my movie because: It’s about a character that we all know in our lives – someone who’s given up and needs a good kick in the ass.
My perfect day includes: Camping with my family near a warm lake.
The three films that every moviemaker should see are: ”Jazz on a Summer’s Day,” “Barry Lyndon,” “Jackie Brown.”
Before I die, I want to: Make a Western.

“Martin’s Pink Pickle” will screen on Wednesday, March 4 at 3:15 p.m.

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Valerie Coit (puzzler in residence, “Wicker Kittens”)
People should come and see my movie because: You need to jump on the competitive jigsaw puzzle craze.
My perfect day includes: chocolate chip cookies, “Mystery Science Theatre 3000,” and jigsaw puzzling.
The three films that every moviemaker should see are: “White Diamond,” “Gates of Heaven,” “Aliens.”
Before I die, I want to: Win the World Jigsaw Puzzle Championship.

“Wicker Kittens” will screen on Friday, March 6 at 1:30 p.m.

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FFF15andrewdevary1Andrew DeVary (“If Memory Serves”)
People should see come and see my movie because: It’s been a long time since you’ve seen a silent film and you can’t beat live music.
My perfect day includes: Being at the movies with friends.
The three films that every moviemaker should see: “City Lights,” “Singin’ in the Rain,” “Superman” (really, the script does something amazing and no one knows it).
Before I die, I want to: Be paid for making a movie. And travel, lots of traveling.

“If Memory Serves” will screen on Thursday, March 5 at 3:30 p.m.

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FFF15rickfisher1Rick Fisher and Don Rice (“Arcadia”)
People should come and see our movie because: Paradise is not all its cracked up to be.
Our perfect day includes: Not hearing about any violence perpetrated on one human by another.
The three films that every moviemaker should see are: “Odilon Redon” by Guy Maddin, “L. Bird” by Brenna George, “Object / Subject of Desire” by Shawna Dempsey and Lorri Millan.
Before we die, we want to: Ask the Mother Nature store if we can get a refund on the planet because we broke this one, and it may still be on warranty.

“Arcadia” will screen on Friday, March 6 at 2:05 p.m.

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FFF15merylgoldsmith1Meryl Goldsmith (“The Syndrome”)
People should come and see my movie because: It’s shocking, heartfelt, and it exposes an urgent criminal justice issue that few know about.
My perfect day includes: Making and watching films, reading/learning, with a little time left to seek out new electronic music and new art.
The three films that every moviemaker should see are: “This Film Is Not Yet Rated,” “Requiem for a Dream,” “Waiting for Guffman.”
Before I die, I want to: Make more movies!

“The Syndrome” will screen on Saturday, March 7 at 10:15 a.m.

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Emily Goss (actor, “The House on Pine Street”)
People should come and see my movie because: This film shows how much can be achieved by hard work, passion, creativity, and love – love for the craft, and love for community. We had an incredible story to tell and although the odds were against us we made it happen.
My perfect day includes: A long hike, a cup of tea, sunshine and sunscreen, being with friends, and cooking a big meal for a bunch of people. My perfect day does not include cell phones.
The three films that every moviemaker should see are: Here it is, the impossible question… “American Beauty,” Emma Thompson’s “Sense and Sensibility,” and since we’re talking about horror, “The Shining.”
Before I die, I want to: Fall wonderfully in love.

“The House on Pine Street” will screen on Wednesday, March 4 at 7 p.m.

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FFF15jasonjohnson1Jason E. Johnson (“Whispering Pines”)
People should come and see my movie because: It’s a crime drama about a broken man that wants happiness. Something that we can all identify with. Also because I think that it’s awesome!
My perfect day includes: Reading the paper, relaxing with the wife and cats, and a double feature at the New Beverly.
The three films that every moviemaker should see are: “Barry Lyndon,” “The Public Enemy” (1931), “Once Upon a Time in the West.”
Before I die, I want to: Make as many films as possible.

“Whispering Pines” will screen on Friday, March 6 at 1:40 p.m.

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Natalie Jones (writer, producer, “The House on Pine Street”)
People should come and see my movie because: It is a psychological horror and we are SO excited to be showing it in the midwest. We filmed the movie in Kansas City and making this movie would not have been possible if it weren’t for the warmth and generosity of this type of town. We have only been in Fargo for a few hours and it is already reminding us of home! Come get spooked with us!
My perfect day includes: A lot of puppies, good BBQ, meeting new people, and adding to my board game collection.
The three films that every moviemaker should see are: “American Beauty,” “Pulp Fiction,” and “Forgetting Sarah Marshall.”
Before I die, I want to: Travel to every Disneyland in the world with Aaron and Austin!

“The House on Pine Street” will screen on Wednesday, March 4 at 7 p.m.

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Toby Jones (director, “AJ’s Infinite Summer”)
People should come and see my movie because: It is filled with absurd visual gags and it takes place in a town based on Fargo.
My perfect day includes: Making cartoons, eating desserts, watching YouTube videos. If I’m lucky, a few rounds of Super Smash Bros.  
The three films that every moviemaker should see are: “The Apartment,” “The Thing,” and “House” (1977).
Before I die, I want to: Visit Sweden!

“AJ’s Infinite Summer” will screen on Thursday, March 5 at 7 p.m.

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Aaron Keeling (writer, director, “The House on Pine Street”)
People should come and see my movie because: IT’S SCARY GOOD! If you love horror, this movie is for you. And if you don’t love horror, you might be surprised! There’s a lot more going on in this film than just “BOO!” so this movie could be for you too! We can’t wait to share our first feature film with Fargo audiences and we’d love it if you could be there with us!!!
My perfect day includes: Sleep, books, board games, music, dancing, wine, movies, family, and friends. Oh and dogs. All the dogs… And food. All the food… All the food and all the dogs and everything else listed before this. Oh, and throw in Disneyland too, then it’d be REALLY perfect.
The three films that every moviemaker should see are: ”Synecdoche, New York,” because it’s big and loud and sad and happy and sexy and scary and funny and it’s about you and me and everyone and all of life and it’s amazing; “Magnolia,” for the same reasons. And “The Blair Witch Project,” because I think it’s the most effectively scary film ever made.
Before I die, I want to: Sorry to repeat what Austin and Natalie said, but the two things I want to do before I die are go to every Disneyland ever and make a ton of movies with Austin and Natalie!

“The House on Pine Street” will screen on Wednesday, March 4 at 7 p.m.

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Austin Keeling (writer, director, “The House on Pine Street”)
People should come and see my movie because: It’s spooky and twisty and fun and unique! We really tried to make a horror film that offered something new and fresh in the genre, and while the film works as a classical horror movie, it is also so much more. Come and see it!
My perfect day includes: Reading a good book, getting some successful writing done, eating a ton of delicious food (like…so much food), and spending time with amazing people.
The three films that every moviemaker should see are: Oh this is a tough one. There are so many, but for now I’ll go with “The Blair Witch Project,” “Magnolia,” and “Mulholland Drive.”
Before I die, I want to: Write a book, become friends with Jennifer Lawrence, and make as many movies as possible with Aaron and Natalie!

“The House on Pine Street” will screen on Wednesday, March 4 at 7 p.m.

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Tucker Lucas (producer, “The Hammer and the Axe”)
People should come and see my movie because: Tim Jorgensen and Doug Swenson are national treasures.
My perfect day includes: Sitting on my bed, cuddling with my cats, and watching “Star Trek: The Next Generation.”
The three films that every moviemaker should see are: ”The Seventh Seal” by Ingmar Bergman,” “Dr. Breakfast” by Stephen Neary, and anything by Adam Jones.
Before I die, I want to: Visit the moon.

“The Hammer and the Axe” will screen on Friday, March 6 at 10:15 a.m. as part of the International Documentary Challenge 2014 finalists showcase.

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Mark Lundsten (director, “The Bath”)
People should come and see my movie because: It is a genuine, rich, and moving story.
My perfect day includes: Good sleep, good work, and people I love.
The three films that every moviemaker should see are: ”Secrets and Lies,” “Tender Mercies,” “Ida.”
Before I die, I want to: Live well, love well, and make some sense of it.

“The Bath” will screen on Friday, March 6 at 2:20 p.m.

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Jesse Moss (director, “The Overnighters”)
People should come and see my movie because: It is not what you expect.
My perfect day includes: A movie on the big screen.
The three films that every moviemaker should see are: “McCabe & Mrs. Miller,”
“Reservoir Dogs,” and “Harlan County, USA.”
Before I die, I want to: Meet my grandchildren.

“The Overnighters” will screen as the Fargo Film Festival’s opening night movie, Tuesday, March 3 at 7 p.m. at the Fargo Theatre. A second screening takes place on Friday, March 6 at 3:30 p.m.

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FFF15maddieq1Madeline Queripel (writer and storyboard artist, Cartoon Network’s “Regular Show”)
People should come and see my movie because: It has great jokes and copious Fargo references. 
My perfect day includes: Green tea, video games, and good friends.
The three films that every moviemaker should see are: ”My Winnipeg,” “Rock ‘n’ Roll High School,” “Kicking and Screaming” (Noah Baumbach, 1995).  
Before I die, I want to: Learn to speak Japanese.

“AJ’s Infinite Summer” will screen on Thursday, March 5 at 7 p.m. Madeline will also lead the animation workshop on Saturday, March 7.

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FFF15timrauch1Tim Rauch (StoryCorps animated shorts “The Nature of War,” “A Good Man,” and “Sundays at Rocco’s”)
People should come and see my movie because: StoryCorps is a national oral history project, collecting the extraordinary stories of everyday life. Our animated shorts air regularly on PBS and have been called “Must-see, can’t-miss, your-life-depends-on-it-TV” by Richard Corliss of Time.com.  Come see what all the fuss is about.
My perfect day includes: A little time animating, a little time outside, and a little time with my wife, Sharlene.
The three films that every moviemaker should see are: “Do the Right Thing,” “The Mighty River,” and “Vernon, Florida”… three drops in the bucket, but a good start.
Before I die, I want to: Get a reaction and be remembered. Hopefully for positive things.

The StoryCorps animated shorts will screen on Thursday, March 5 at 7 p.m.

FFF15erikrommesmo1Erik Rommesmo (producer, “It Follows”)
People should come and see my movie because: It’s “It Follows.”
My perfect day includes: hanging with friends, eating a nice meal, and feeling great by the end of it.
The three films that every moviemaker should see: “It Follows,” “I’ll See You in My Dreams,” and “Dr. Strangelove.”
Before I die, I want to: Make more movies.

“It Follows” will screen on Friday, March 6 at 7 p.m.

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Mike Scholtz (producer, “Wicker Kittens”)
People should come and see my movie because: It is delightful. In fact, we offer a 100% Delight Guarantee.
My perfect day includes: Exploring ancient ruins with my chihuahua by my side.
The three films that every moviemaker should see are: ”Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter,” “The Chaperone,” and “The Overnighters.” It’s just an amazing coincidence that all three films are playing at the Fargo Film Festival this year.
Before I die, I want to: I don’t want to die. Why would you even suggest such a thing?

“Wicker Kittens” will screen on Friday, March 6 at 1:30 p.m.

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Monique Thomas (production designer, “The House on Pine Street”)
People should come and see my movie because: It’s one of the best projects I’ve ever worked on, from the incredibly talented (and young) team that made it to the original and fresh story that breaths new life into the often stale horror genre. This movie really has a lot for every type of audience member, even non-horror fans will enjoy this movie because of Emily’s brilliant and believable performance as Jennifer, a pregnant woman losing her ??? ?????? ??????????? ? ??????????? ??????? mind We’re extremely proud of it and we can’t wait to share it with you!
My perfect day includes: Sleeping in, eating some delicious Indian food for lunch, catching a matinee, and then spending the rest of the day playing board games, having impromptu dance parties, and then finishing off the day watching a scary movie projected onto the ??? ?????? ??????????? ? ??????????? ??????? wall
The three films that every moviemaker should see are: ”Almost Famous,” “Singin’ in the Rain,” and “Some Like It Hot.” 
Before I die, I want to: Travel the world and learn another language!

“The House on Pine Street” will screen on Wednesday, March 4 at 7 p.m.

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FFF15 Offers Saturday Morning Animation Workshop for All Ages

FFF15RegularshowCartoon Network’s Toby Jones and Maddie Queripel  (Regular Show) will lead a hands-on workshop exploring the foundations of television animation and the creative process of bringing your ideas to life. If you’ve ever wanted to know how TV animation is made, this is your chance. No experience necessary!  

Recommended for ages 10 to 110.

Admission is $12 and the event will be held at the Plains Art Museum on Saturday, March 7 from 10:30 a.m. until ???????????? ??????????? ?????? ? ???????? noon

The FFF15 animation workshop is now SOLD ???????????? ??????????? ?????? ? ???????? OUT 

Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter to Screen at FFF15

FFF15kumiko1The Fargo Film Festival is proud to announce the regional premiere of the critically acclaimed new feature “Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter.” The film will screen at 3:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 7 at the Fargo Theatre.

After debuting at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, where it received a Special Jury Prize, “Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter” went on to receive two Independent Spirit Award nominations (Best Director for David Zellner and Best Female Lead for Rinko Kikuchi).

In this darkly comedic odyssey, Academy Award nominee Rinko Kikuchi (“Babel,” “Pacific Rim”) stars as Kumiko, an introverted office worker whose imagination transcends the confines of her mundane life. Kumiko becomes obsessed with a mysterious, battered VHS tape of the Coen Brothers movie “Fargo,” which she mistakes for a documentary. She fixates on a scene where a suitcase of stolen cash is buried in the desolate, frozen landscape of North Dakota. Believing this treasure to be real, Kumiko leaves behind Tokyo and her beloved rabbit Bunzo to recover it – and finds herself on a dangerous adventure unlike anything she’s seen in the movies.

“One of the best films to ever premiere at Sundance.” —David Ehrlich (Film.com)

“A beguiling fable of buried treasure and movie-fed obsession.” —Scott Foundas (Variety)

Fargo audiences have the unique opportunity to see “Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter” before its national theatrical ?????? ???????????? ? ?????? release Tickets go on sale February 23 at the Fargo Theatre box ?????? ???????????? ? ?????? office

Special Rates for Guests During FFF 15

FFF15hojo1Our good friends at the Downtown Fargo Howard Johnson Inn are offering a special discount for Fargo Film Festival ???????????? ??????????? ?????? ? ????????? ??????? attendees

Special room rates of $69/night (Tuesday through Thursday) and $79/night (Friday and Saturday) are now available, but must be booked by February 17 to receive the ???????????? ??????????? ?????? ? ????????? ??????? discount

Call (701) 232-8850 to make a reservation.

We will see you at the 2015 Fargo Film Festival!

 

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It Follows to Screen at FFF15

FFF15itfollows1The Fargo Film Festival is proud to announce the regional premiere of one of the year’s most anticipated and critically acclaimed horror films, It Follows.

After debuting at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival, where it was nominated for the International Critics’ Week Grand Prize, this intelligent chiller from writer/director David Robert Mitchell launched a remarkable festival run, earning praise from international and domestic critics alike.  It Follows recently wowed audiences at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival and currently has a 100% fresh rating on RottenTomatoes.com

“It’s smart, original, rich with allegory, and has a handful of white-knuckle scares that will creep you out long after you see it.”—Entertainment Weekly 

Producers and Fargo natives Jeff Schlossman, Bill Wallwork, and Erik Rommesmo of Northern Lights Films are proud to bring this special screening to Fargo-Moorhead audiences at the Fargo Film Festival.

It Follows will screen at 7:00 p.m. on Friday, March 6 at the Fargo Theatre. Schlossman and Rommesmo will participate in an audience Q&A following the ??????? ????????????? ? ??????????? ??????? screening
Tickets and film festival passes go on sale Monday, February 23 at the Fargo Theatre box ??????? ????????????? ? ??????????? ??????? office

FFF 15′s 2-Minute Movie Contest Submission Deadline Is February 14

FFF152minutevalentineThe Fargo Film Festival’s always popular and entertaining 2-Minute Movie Contest will return on Friday, March 7, 2015 at the Fargo Theatre. Moviemakers can submit movies until Saturday, February 14, 2015.

Hey kids! You can:

1 Make a movie no longer than 2 minutes.

2 Fill out an entry form.

3 Submit the form and a copy of your movie as a .mov file on a flash drive or via a Dropbox (or similar) link to the Fargo Theatre by Saturday, February 14th, 2015.

4 Show up on Friday, March 6, 2015 at 9:45 p.m. at the Fargo Theatre and enjoy the show. Admission is 2 dollars.

Submission Deadline: Movies must be received by Saturday, February 14th, 2015 at the Fargo Theatre along with a completed entry form.

All movies must be entered by the official entry deadline. Submitted movies must have a title. There is no fee to enter and contestants may enter up to two movies per moviemaker. No more than two movies in a series or presented as episodes will be allowed. Moviemakers are responsible for copyright clearance to all images and music. Movies must be submitted on flash drive as a .mov file or as a Dropbox link (contact the theatre for more information if you choose the link option). The contest does not accept movies on any other format. Entries on DVD will not be accepted.

Do not under any circumstances submit your original or master copy. If possible, flash drives will be returned to moviemakers at the public showing. The final program will be selected from the pool of entries and a panel of at least five festival judges will choose the winning movies. Filmmakers will be notified by email if their work will not be screened.

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The 2-Minute Movie Contest is competitive and not all submissions will be selected for public ???????????? ??????????? ?????? ? ????????? ??????? screening Download the entry form here. Get Adobe Reader