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>   THE 29TH ANNUAL NEW YORK EXPOSITION OF SHORT FILM AND VIDEO
>        One of the U.S.A.'s longest running festivals
>            for the independent film/video community
>                         CALL FOR ENTRIES
>       PREMIERE: NOVEMBER 16 - 17 - 18, 1995, THE NEW SCHOOL
>          NOW ACCEPTING ENTRIES -- DEADLINE: JULY 31, 1995
>    --  ANIMATION -- DOCUMENTARY -- EXPERIMENTAL -- NARRATIVE --
>
>     New York's premiere showcase for cutting-edge and classic
>  independent shorts seeks animation, documentary, experimental
>  and narrative works under 60 minutes in length.  The New York
There should be a festival for under 60 seconds too.
>  Expo, now in its 29th year, is one of the nation's longest-
>  running annual festivals of short independent film and video.
>
>  Films/videos should have been completed since 1993.  Student
>  and international entries are welcome.  Entry fee: $35.  Public
Maybe could be cheaper. Heiko
>  screening formats: 16mm and 3/4" NTSC video; 35mm and Super 8
>  films are shown in video projection.  Preview on 3/4" or 1/2"
>  video, NTSC only.  Entry Deadline: July 31, 1995.
>
>  Contact:
>  Robert Withers, Director
>  New York Expo of Short Film & Video
>  532 LaGuardia Place, Box 330
>  New York, NY 10012
>  voicemail (212) 505-7742
>  email: [log in to unmask]