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Love Your Shorts Film Festival will be held Feb. 10-12, 2012, in Sanford, Florida, a community that embraces the arts, at the Wayne Densch Performing Arts Center.

CALL FOR ENTRIES! Love Your Shorts Film Festival in Florida

The Love Your Shorts Film Festival in Sanford, Florida, is accepting
short films in all genres and films with Florida connections. Entries
cannot exceed 30 minutes, including credits.

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The categories are:

Any live-action short that is not specifically comedy, science-fiction, or horror.

Any short documentary.

Any and all forms of animation.

Florida Flavor
Any film either made primarily in Florida, or made anywhere by
filmmakers that are residents of Florida during the film’s production.
(Please see the category rules for specific details.)

Sci-Fi / Horror
Live-action science-fiction, horror, and fantasy shorts.

Any live-action comedy short.

E for Everyone
Family friendly films for the young and young at heart.

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Because the short film is a distinct and important art form, the
Love Your Shorts Film Festival seeks to encourage, promote and
recognize original and creative short films, and present them to viewers
at our festival.


The Love Your Shorts Film Festival is a film festival held in Sanford, Florida, around Valentine’s Day.

The Festival screens only short films under 30 minutes in length.
Films are divided into different blocks for screening. Audience members
at each block vote for their favorite film and winners are announced
on the spot.

The winning films from each block advance to a final block for a
panel of judges to pick the overall festival winner. Winners of each
block earn the festival’s award, the “Monroe,” an original piece of
metal artwork named after Sanford’s Lake Monroe.

At the end of each block a brief Q&A session is conducted between
the filmmakers and audience members. The Festival hosts an hour-long
moderated filmmakers panel in which movie techniques and filmmaker
triumphs and tribulations are discussed.

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