Entries needed for Mt. Hood Film Festival

Mt. Hood Independent Film Festival is seeking submissions for the 2013 film festival from local and Northwest filmmakers.

Submissions are open for both short and full-length films in a variety of categories including: narrative, documentary, horror sci-fi, animation, student through 12th grade and college/film school student and sports.

Special consideration will be given to local filmmakers and NW filmmakers.

This film festival this year is scheduled for Nov. 8, 9 and 10 with Columbia Center for the Arts has the host and headquarters for the event. Submission can be completed by going to www.columbiaarts.org and going to the film festival page.

For questions please contact Catherine Butler at performance@columbiaarts.org or Daniel McCabe at dmccabe7@gmail.com.

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