There were around twenty groups who signed up for the event which allowed for only two days to make an up to five minute film. The quick deadline may have caused some stress but those involved say it also helped.
"I don't know if we'll place but I learned a ton and that's what my main goal was, is to really how to make a movie. Get that sort of done, the technical sides of it. For me it was a learning experience and that's the most important thing. Mission accomplished for me." said Ian Degraff,
This year the theme filmmakers were hit with was a new wave Japanese style film before the deadline of seven p.m. on Sunday.
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