Monday, March 13, 2017

Last Call for Film Submissions to the 2nd Annual Aurora Borealis Film Festival

Today at 11:59pm MDT marks the deadline for all student film submissions to the 2017 Aurora Borealis Film Festival.  The festival is open to any APS student in middle or high school grades. Students do not have to be enrolled or taking a film class to be eligible and they can submit films they've created on their own.  The maximum time limit for all films is 5 minutes, they can be as short as 30 seconds if a students wants to send a quick message.

For more information, the Aurora Borealis Website has all the details and it can be easily accessed at: http://bit.lyapsfilm2017 from any device with an internet connection. There are a few rules and restrictions to take note of as well as opportunities to view the accepted submissions from 2016. Any submissions for the 2017 festival can be entered through the website until 11:59pm MDT today.

The 2017 Aurora Borealis Film Festival will take place on Tuesday, April 11, 2017 with a start time at 5pm MDT.  The location for the 2017 festival will be the Sie Film Center at 2510 East Colfax Avenue in Denver, CO. which is home to the Denver Film Society.  The festival is open to anyone and is free of charge so feel free to come join us if you are interested in seeing the student films.

If you have questions or need information not contained on the website, you can email the film festival team at We hope to see you there!

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