Saturday, July 21, 2012

There's 48 hours left in the Georgia Lottery 72 Hour Film Festival

Posted By on Sat, Jul 21, 2012 at 8:15 AM

Peachtree Village International Film Festival and Georgia Lottery present the 72 Hour Film Competition
Hey all you aspiring filmmakers, if you haven't already entered a film into the 72 Film Competition there's still time - about 48 hours.

Between now and midnight Sunday, July 22, The Georgia Lottery is accepting film shorts based on the theme, "What would you do if you won one million dollars from the lottery?" Other rules and requirements about the shorts can be found on the contest website,

The competition is a collaborative project from the Peachtree Village International Film Festival and the Georgia Lottery. Three prizes will be awarded: first prize receives $2500, second prize receives $1500, and third prize gets $1000. The winning shorts will be announced and shown at an event during the film festival.

The Peachtree Village International Film Festival kicks off its seventh year, August 16 - 19. Submissions for the festival are already closed.

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