APA & Cinema St. Louis Sponsor Short Film Contest

news_apa.jpgSt. Louis-area filmmakers to create a short film that celebrates the bond between people and their pets.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cinema St. Louis and the Animal Protective Association of Missouri invite St. Louis-area filmmakers to create a short film that celebrates the bond between people and their pets.

Finalists will be showcased on the APA website, the APA MySpace page, YouTube and at the APA’s Grand Reopening Party. Cinema St. Louis will then choose one of the films to screen as part of its St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase in July.

The contest details are as follows:
Filmmakers must live within a 120-mile radius of St. Louis. Filmmakers then must choose a theme from the APA website and create a short that runs a maximum of 5 minutes based on their chosen theme.

Some examples of possible themes:
The APA as a St. Louis landmark, adopt a pet instead of buying from a pet store, pets can add seven years to your life, etc.

Experimental, narrative, animated and documentary approaches are all acceptable. The shorts can be shot in any film or video format, in either color or black-and-white.

All films must be submitted on DVD. There is no entry fee. Deadline is April 1st, 2008 .
Submission of short does not guarantee its use at the APA.

DVD and ENTRY FORM should be sent to:

Animal Protective Association of Missouri
Attn: Film Contest
1705 South Hanley Road
St. Louis, MO 63105

For questions about the contest, please contact Becky Kreuger (314) 645-4610 ext. 124. or education@apamo.org

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