Short film comp

Local cinematographer Paul Tait helped out at recent workshops leading up to the 39 Hours Short Film Comp.

Nimbin is in countdown mode for the 39 Hours Short Film Competition & Festival. In this competition filmmakers are given 39 hours to shoot, edit and complete a short film (less than eight minutes).

The second annual festival features major cash prizes in various film categories. The competition starts on Friday, March 9, with the deadline for completed films Sunday, March 11.

The screening and awards take place that evening at the Nimbin School of Arts.

Entry forms are available at the Nimbin Visitor Centre or check out all the info and entry forms at www.nimbinfilmindustry.org.


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