Still time to submit your (very) short film

Submissions still are being accepted for the R-J's YouTube Film Festival.

Your movie will be judged on its creativity, not its budget. So don't be discouraged, amateur Las Vegas filmmakers. Your pockets only need to run deep enough to hold a camera phone.

Your original comedy, drama, horror, nonfiction or artistic YouTube film must be shorter than four minutes and must involve Las Vegas in some way.

Most importantly -- and we're going to hold you to this -- it must show a copy of the Review-Journal at least once.

Submit a link to your YouTube short to, e-mail subject line: "Online Film Festival," by Sept. 30. Films submitted in any other way will not be considered.

Finalists will receive a plaque and be profiled in the paper and online; the winner(s) will be announced in the fall.


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