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footagehead.com creates short film contest for students

footagehead.com, a division of FootageBank HD, announced the first Marquee Mini-Movie Contest open to aspiring student filmmakers. The contestants must use only stock footage from the footagehead website to create and edit an innovative short film of up to 60 seconds. The winner will receive $500 and the film will be posted on the footagehead site. The deadline is October 15 and submissions must be sent to info@footagehead.com.
September 28, 2009

footagehead.com, a division of FootageBank HD, announced the first Marquee Mini-Movie Contest open to aspiring student filmmakers. The contestants must use only stock footage from the footagehead website to create and edit an innovative short film of up to 60 seconds. The winner will receive $500 and the film will be posted on the footagehead site. The deadline is October 15 and submissions must be sent to info@footagehead.com.

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