MANHATTAN SHORT FILM FESTIVAL — Only at Missouri State — September 28, 2013

16th Manhattan Short Film Festival at MSU, September 28, 2013,
16th Manhattan Short Film Festival at MSU, September 28, 2013,

Film Lovers in Springfield, Missouri will get a chance to unite with audiences in over 300 cities around the world  to view and vote on the “Best of Festival Winner” during the 16th Annual MANHATTAN SHORT Film Festival. The Missouri State University Film Series will be the only venue in Missouri to screen this wonderful international short film festival.

Each year, the MANHATTAN SHORT FILM FESTIVAL selects 10 international short films from hundreds of entries. Over one week at the end of September and beginning of October, audiences at each venue will vote for the film they think should win “best of festival” honors.  This is truly the only global audience-choice film festival in the world.

Over 100,000 people are expected to take part in this year’s festival. Don’t miss your chance to be part of a global audience and a judge for one of the world’s finest short film festivals!  This year features an animated documentary, comedies, thrillers, historical dramas and even a short musical.

Come out and have a great time at Missouri State’s Plaster Student Union Theatre  on Saturday,  September 28th at 7 p.m. Doors will open 6:30!

10 Great Short Films
“Faces From Places,” one of ten great films to premiere at the 2013 Manhattan Short Film Festival

 

Tickets: $10 at the door.  Most of the proceeds will go to fund the Digital Film Production Scholarship which supports the work of digital film production students in the Media, Journalism & Film Department at MSU.

Free parking will be available in Lot 24 (access off of National Ave, one block south of Grand Street) or in the Park and Ride facility next to  Hammons Hall for the Performing Arts and take MSU Shuttle to Plaster Student Union.

The Missouri State Film Series is made possible through the generous support of the Provost’s Office and the College of Arts and Letters.

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