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24-Hour Film Festival at the Flesherton Public Library in August

24 hour film festival logo with Greg Haug


Above Greg Haug at the Flesherton Public Library.

BY SOUTHGREY.CA STAFF — Join in the fun by participating in the 24 Hour Film Festival put on by Grey Highlands Public Library.

To get participants started, a short filming tutorial will be offered on August 11 at the Flesherton Branch from 10am-12:30pm. Another is offered a week later on Saturday August 18, with an orientation following  from 11-11:45am.

Filming starts on August 18th at 11:45am. You have just 24 hours to shoot and edit your video.

Groups with a minimum of 2 and maximum of 5 can enter the festival. You'll need to submit the film file on a usb or SD card on Sunday August 19 between 11:45 and 12:45 to Greg Haug at the Flesherton Library.

Submission fee is $5 per film. Films should be from three to five minutes long. Participants can be ages 11 and up.

There will be a prize for the most intriguing film, presented at the Screening and Popcorn party on Thursday August 23rd from 6-8pm for the participating videographers.

This event is organized by Greg Haug and Gavin Halucha, videographers at the Flesherton Public Library.

If you have questions, contact the library at 519-924-2241.

Watch the video below for more information.

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