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Josiah Media Fest seeks entries

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URBAN-15 is looking for outstanding short films of 20 minutes or less from students and independent artists 21 years of age and younger for its eighth annual Josiah Media Festival.

Nearly $2,000 in prizes will be awarded for movies in the categories of narrative, documentary, animation, and experimental. Entries must be mailed to Josiah Film Festival, 2500 S. Presa, San Antonio, TX 78210. The deadline to submit entries is Sunday, June 1.

The winning submissions will be screened at the Josiah Media Festival July 10-12 in the URBAN-15 Studio at 2500 S. Presa in San Antonio.

For more information, call 210-736-1500, email josiahfestival@urban15.org, or visit www.urban15.org.

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