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Jun 01, 2015

Win Two Tickets to The Sparrow Film Project Gala

Today we’re thrilled to announce we’re the sponsor of The Sparrow Film Project, a community driven filmmaking competition that challenges amateurs and professionals alike to create a three minute film in (…)

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Today we’re thrilled to announce we’re the sponsor of The Sparrow Film Project, a community driven filmmaking competition that challenges amateurs and professionals alike to create a three minute film in three weeks with a unique assignment drawn at random. We’re also excited to share we’re giving away two tickets to their awards gala, happening Thursday, June 11th at Museum of the Moving Image. This red carpet event will showcase select entries from the most recent round of competition and includes food, drinks, and live entertainment. Doors open at 7:30pm with a reception in the lobby, followed by the screening in the Theatre starting promptly at 8:00. For those who’d prefer not to chance it, tickets are available online for $65 and should be purchased in advance.

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The Museum of The Moving Image will also be hosting screenings of all films completed for this round of competition Saturday June 6th and Sunday June 7th in the Bartos Theater. All films will screen both days, and will be presented in blocks of 10-12 with a brief Q&A. Tickets are available for $6 per block through the museum ticket counter.

12 Comments

Jess

It’s a wonderful project and I’m so excited to see this year’s films! I watched the films from the previous years, but I would love to watch this year’s films on the big screen. It’s magical!

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Angie

Can’t wait to walk the red carpet again. Not for doing anything special; I just like carpet.

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Angie

Awesome event! Can’t wait to walk the red carpet again. Not for doing anything special; I just like carpet.

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Dana

Would love to check out this event. Have talked to a couple people involved and it sounds so interesting.

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