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    Minneapolis Music and Movies in the Parks

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    The Twin Cities Black Film Festival is proud to Announce our Partnership with Minneapolis Music and Movies in the Parks!!! Any Minnesota Filmmakers who submit a film to our Festival from February 15-March 18, 2014 will have an opportunity to have their film shown this Summer at the Movies in the Parks Series! Film Submissions must be PG-13, and you must be able to attend the Screening and participate in a Q &A about your project! This is a Great Opportunity for the Twin Cities to view your work!. The Winners will also be screened at The Twin Cities Black Film Festival!! Visit our Website for Submission Forms.

    About Minneapolis Music and Movies in the Parks
    Five concert venues host free music: Lake Harriet, Minnehaha Falls, Bryant Square Park, Nicollet Island Park, and Father Hennepin Bluffs Park. Concerts run 7 days per week.
    The movie series rotates daily among the parks in the community. 80+ movies will be shown this summer.

    Deadline: March 18, 2014
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    Minneapolis Music and Movies in the Parks

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