You can now vote for the people’s choice award at http://www.60secondfilmfest.com/ (on the right-hand side). Thanks!
I recently submitted a film for the 60 Second Film Festival in Lancaster, PA. It’s a mini-doc about my little brother.
If you’re in the Lancaster, PA area it will be shown with 11 other short films on Sunday, May 13th at 7:00pm at Penn Cinema. Tickets are free, but are on a first-come-first-serve basis.
There will also be a fan favorite award; I will post a link to that page when they put it up.
Here’s a link to the film if it doesn’t show up below.
Thank you for your support!
My appreciation for short films began when I first attended the Nashville Film Festival. Blown away by the wide range in content and talent, I immediately went to the Internet to find more short films. Modern short films are a fascinating genre, ranging from no budget backyard productions, to low budget indie films, to full-blown blockbusters. Short films are a great way to glimpse future talent, or a window into the origins of a respected director. The goal of this series is to showcase a wide range of short films from all over the world. If you want to have a short film featured, please comment and leave a link. Enjoy the show!
The first film in this series comes from my Alma mater, Bryan College. It’s a short, sweet love story told from a unique perspective.