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Fringe Film Festival Deadline Looms

Deadline for Entries in the 16th Wellington Fringe Film Festival

If you want to see your short film up on the big screen in this year's Fringe Film Festival then you need to get in quick - all entries for the Short Film Programme must be received by the 23rd of May.

If the Special Competition's more your thing, then you have until the 6th of June to get your entry forms in. Your film needs to be 3 minutes (including credits) and contain a reference to "The Good, The Bad and The Ugly".

The 16th Wellington Fringe Film Festival is proudly brought to you in association with The New Zealand Film Commission, Creative New Zealand and Channel Z.

More information and entry forms are available at http://www.fringefilmfest.co.nz

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