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Montreal's 60 second Film Festival - September 16 & 17

Posted by Luc / September 14, 2011

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Are you dying to mingle with movie stars from the TIFF (Toronto International Film Festival)? Well we've got something even better for you: Montreal's 60 second film fest (M-60)!

Forged during the Great Lunar Eclipse of February 2008, M-60 is celebrating its third consecutive year with two nights of minute-long screenings this coming Friday and Saturday down at Théâtre Rialto. The festival boasts a ton of films shot and edited by anyone willing to attend the free registration party back on July 13.

All films were shot from July 14 to August 14, and likely all take place in or around Montreal. The festival is open to amateurs and pros alike, and all the films produced are shown at each screening.

This year's theme is CHANCE (not to be confused with COMMUNITY CHEST), following up 2010's ADVENTURE, 2009's DECEPTION, and 2008's MONTREAL IN A MINUTE.

The technical requirements are pretty loose (it says you can shoot it on a cell phone), which will likely make for some awesomely-amateur films and a ton of good laughs. I think the teaser speaks for itself, and also helps you understand the first few lines of this post:

Screening details:
September 16 & 17
8:00pm @ Theatre Rialto
All films will be screened both nights
Click here for deets and tix

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