Seattle Office of Film + Music

March 25, 2011, 1:26 pm
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Tacoma Art Place
This is the last week to enter “March Movie Madness,” the second annual video contest presented by local non-profit Tacoma Art Place (TAP). Sponsored by Comcast, the contest encourages amateurs and professional filmmakers alike to create a short promotional video for TAP, one that captures the organization’s mission of helping underserved local artists affordably explore their talents and creativity through access to equipment and training. As part of their sponsorship deal, Comcast also kicked in funds to hold a series of video production classes for 20 local students at the Art Place. Remarks TAP founder Linda Danforth, “we’ll be thrilled if some of [these burgeoning young filmmakers] submit their very first [works].” The submission deadline for the contest is March 31, and eligible entries must clock in at 30 seconds or less. The grand prize winner will receive a $250 cash prize and hosted space to screen his/her film on both the Tacoma Art Place and Comcast websites. For more on “March Movie Madness,” check out the links above.

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