Film Festival Accepting Submissions
June 2, 2009 — The Lights. Camera. Help Film Festival is now accepting submissions of feature length films, short films, and public service announcements (including dramatic, documentary, experimental, and animation).
The most recent film received was Prostition: Beyond the Myths, a 30-minute documentary examining new solutions to the world’s oldest profession and features the stories of former prostitutes, along with the Minneapolis judiciary, law enforcement, and a research study currently being conducted in North Minneapolis.
The Look Good…Feel Better Facilitator Training Video is a video intended to people interested in helping patients receiving cancer treatment to maintain their self esteem during trying times.
Dia de luz | Day of light follows the musician, Braddigan, during the course of one day through La Chureca, a landfill in Nicaragua with about 1,500 men women and children who depend on the inbound trash for their livelihood. On this one particular day, they bring music, kites and laughter. (Part of Love, Light and Melody).
The deadline to submit to Lights. Camera. Help. is midnight on June 30th.
To submit a film, click here.