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2012 Western Kentucky Film Festival

For eighteen years, the Western Kentucky Film Festival has been a showcase of the best in regional and national film and video production.  Gifted student and independent filmmakers have seen their works screened in Bowling Green, Kentucky, since 1995, in an enduring festival created by Western Kentucky University professor Cory Lash. 

Professional seminars by industry insiders and distinguished filmmakers have been another essential aspect of the festival.  Over the years, participants have included a wide variety of producers, directors and writers.

For detailed schedule of events and submission information visit:  http://www.westernkentuckyfilmfestival.com/home.html

Submission DEADLINES

High School                       April 13, 2012

WKU Student                    April 20, 2012

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