June 2009
MovieMaker;2009 Future of Moviemaking, Vol. 16 Issue 81, p70
The article offers observation on the difference of the Indie Short Film Competition from any film festivals in the U.S. The Indie Short Film Competition welcomes all short films from all parts of the world. The lucky film entry will receive, major prizes including well-acclaimed recognition from the filmmaking community. Potential independent filmmakers are invited to participate the said competition to show their knowledge and expertise in short film making.


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