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Third edition of Babelgum Online Film Festival begins

Online and mobile screening and voting has begun for the third annual Babelgum Online Film Festival. Over 250 professionally produced short films are now freely accessible for viewing online or on iPhone, iPod Touch, or Google Android mobile devices. Votes will be tallied for the Audience Awards, given to films in categories of narrative, documentary, animation and non-narrative, when voting ends at April 18. The Stoli Emerging Filmmaker Award and Jury Award winners will screen during the Tribeca Film Festival on April 28.
April 7, 2010

Online and mobile screening and voting has begun for the third annual Babelgum Online Film Festival. Over 250 professionally produced short films are now freely accessible for viewing online or on iPhone, iPod Touch, or Google Android mobile devices. Votes will be tallied for the Audience Awards, given to films in categories of narrative, documentary, animation and non-narrative, when voting ends at April 18. The Stoli Emerging Filmmaker Award and Jury Award winners will screen during the Tribeca Film Festival on April 28.

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