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Last week to Cast Your Vote!!!

Thursday, July 11th, 2013

2MFF countdown
 
The third installment of the 2-Minute Film Festival at Carnegie Museum of Art is fast approaching, and with only a week left, it’s time for you to rock the vote. For the first time in the history of the festival, we are asking our friends from all stops along the Information Superhighway to help us choose the 2MFF People’s Choice. We have made all 32 videos chosen for the festival available on our website for viewing and voting by you and anyone else in the blogosphere. This year’s theme, “At Play,” inspired submissions from all over the globe that run the gamut of cinematic forms, but you only get ONE VOTE, so be sure to think long and hard before casting your ballot. Online voting will be live right up to the festival screening on Thursday, July 18 (mark your calendars!), and the video that garners the most votes will be rewarded with a fantastic selection of film-centric prizes. Vote virtually, then come actually to watch the short films on the big screen in our courtyard, with a beer and burger in hand. The clock is ticking!

To vote, and for more information on the evening’s events, visit the 2MFF website: http://2mff.cmoa.org/

Tweet us your most playful 6-second Vine using the hashtag #2mff for a chance to be featured on our website!

Philip Leers, Senior Research Associate Time-Based Media Collection