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The Film Fest Results

We just got back from the Rochester independant short film festival. It was disappointing to say the least. There were quite few good films, but also a lot of bad, raunchy, and downright disgusting ones. The seats were hard and almost unbearable to sit in. Also, we did not win anything. All but 3 of the awards went to MSU students, all of whom were not there.

We are trying hard not to be disheartened. There were a few people who told us that they liked our films and everyone in the theater was laughing. And we will still be starting our 2 series in January on morganmedia.us, so keep an eye out.

Comments

Anonymous said…
Sorry I couldn't make it. I planned to attend the festival on Friday, but due to weather was unable to make it. Then it was impossible to try and make it later...

I can't wait to see the series you have coming out!

-Kris

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