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Call for Short Filmmakers

The Three-Minute Picture Show kicks off its 2011 season and celebrates a decade of creativity-inducing, community-based filmmaking. Screenings in San Francisco and Portland, Oregon, offer kids and adults the chance to see their work on the big screen in front of a live audience.

Sign up now for the 2011 Three-Minute Picture Show, make a movie in July and see it on the big screen in August!

The Three-Minute Picture Show is a 30-day, 3-minute filmmaking project for adults and kids ages 6-17. By providing a goal, encouragement and a deadline, The Three-Minute Picture Show acts as a catalyst for creative innovation. The Three-Minute Picture Show also offers a gathering place to watch your film on the big screen in front of a live audience; at its fun faux black tie “Oscars” style screenings.

The 2011 Black-Tie Gala & Film Screening and family-friendly Twinkling To-Do for 6-17 year olds take place in Portland, OR on August 20 at the Clinton St. Theater and in San Francisco on August 27 at the Victoria Theatre. To learn more and see your film on the big screen, visit or email!/ThreeMPS

Deadline: 07-31-2011
The Three-Minute Picture Show
San Francisco, CA

Contact: Camille Verboort
Phone: (415) 385-4480

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