Well, the entries are in and our judges have reviewed them all! We have a great selection of Vine, comedy, documentary, drama and challenge films to watch at the Short-n-Sweet Film Festival – all under 10 minutes. If you’re waiting with bated breath to see whether your film made the cut, here’s the list! (In no particular order…)
“I Can’t Help but Wonder,” Kyle Ayres
“What Goes Up,” Duane Keaton/Southern Films
“Personality Frames,” Ali Gautier
“Summer 2014,” Sam Nelson
“Rainy Day Dogs,” Emily Amos and Ben Stansbury
“The Chronicles of Running: Danville Track and Cross Country,” McCallum Morley
“Horse Creek Peeper,” Brett Smith/Wine and Poptarts
“Flyers,” Brett Smith/Wine and Poptarts
“Space Cops 4,” Walk Softly Films
“The Babysitter,” Brett Smith/Wine and Poptarts
“Lego Batman: Riddle and Fear,” Nic Waterfill
“Five Seconds,” Duane Keaton/Southern Films
“Congressional Roomates,” Laura Webb
“A Day in the Life,” Ali Gautier
“Mission: Mattpossible Part 7,” McCallum Morley
Who won the top prize in each category? You’ll have to come to the festival on Friday, Aug. 15 to find out.
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Remember: the Short-n-Sweet Film Festival is free and family-friendly! Bring your blankets or lawn chairs, your friends and your phones so that you can text in your votes for the Audience Choice award.
We will also have our friends from Chocolate-n-More, Karamel Kreations and the Hub Coffee House and Cafe selling their wares and keeping things sweet for everyone. Orange Leaf will also stop by to hand out coupons. The Meadowlarks will open the festival with a set of Bluegrass and Americana music starting at 8 p.m., and the films will start once it gets dark at 9 p.m.
We still have some time to show more Vines (they’re only six seconds after all), so if you have any that you would like to see on the big screen, email them to Brandon at email@example.com. You won’t be eligible for a grand prize, but you could still win the Audience Choice award!
See you at #shortnsweetfilmfest!