Cause+Effect Progressive Film Festival

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The 3rd Annual Cause + Effect Progressive Film Festival is this Saturday at Cine. The 11 finalists will be screened at the event. Director Brandon Hannick says the two to 15-minute-long short films must focus on a political, environmental, economic or social justice issue in Georgia. 

Deadline for Entries Looming for Film Festival

Oct 11, 2017

Time is running out for filmmakers interested in competing for a statewide Film Festival which will be held in Athens.

The third annual Cause and Effect Film Progressive Festival will take place next month at Cine, but interested filmmakers still have until October 15th to submit entries. The festival is open only to Georgia filmmakers in the state. Director Brandon Hannick says the focus is on the topic, not production skills.

Georgia filmmakers are urged to submit their work to a statewide film festival.

The third annual Cause and Effect Progressive Film Festival is now accepting submissions. While film makers of all ages are invited to take part, the contest is limited to state filmmakers who tackle a critical issue. Brandon Hannick is the festival’s director.