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21 May 2009

FILM FEST: Harvest Moon now accepting entries

MUNCIE -- The third annual Harvest Moon Film Festival, which will take place Nov. 12-14 in Downtown Muncie, is now accepting film submissions.

The Harvest Moon Film Festival awards prizes in the areas of feature length, short film, documentary and student film. The top film receives a $3,000 grand prize and additional prizes are awarded in each category. Selected filmmakers will be spotlighted throughout the weekend.

Harvest Moon Film Festival is looking for documentaries, short films, feature length films and student films in any genre. Accepted films will be shown during the festival. Films can be submitted at through Withoutabox, an Amazon affiliate, or through a paper submission form located on the Web site. For submission guidelines, fees and additional information, go to the Web site. Selected films will be announced in September.

Film submissions can also be submitted in person to the Harvest Moon Film Festival office at Cornerstone Center for the Arts, 520 E. Main St.

Additional events the weekend of Nov. 12-14 will include numerous film screenings at multiple locations, the gala dinner and awards ceremony, education seminar, which presents an opportunity to learn about filmmaking through interaction with filmmakers and film professors, and filmmaker question-and-answer time with the community.

Keep an eye on for complete festival details.

For more information: Tompkins at 281-9503 ext. 23 or e-mail at rtompkins@

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