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2 Minute Film Festival @ Carnegie Museum Sculpture Court

Culture Club: 2-Minute Film Festival

July 10, 2014

Admission $10 - which includes one drink ticket!

Schedule:



7:30pm: Picnic food and cash bar opens in Sculpture Court

8:15-9 pm: Screening of Extraterrestrial: The Lunar Orbiter Image Recovery Project http://www.moonviews.com/

9:15-11 pm: 2 Minute Film Festival screening http://2mff.cmoa.org/about/

For all of the details, please visit http://www.cmoa.org/CalendarEvent.aspx?eid=23427&cat=All

Meetup Considerations

NOTE: Since people may be arriving at different times, for different parts of the program, this is a semi-non-hosted event. :)

I'll keep my eyes open for people, and will be there by 8 pm. Feel free to text Chris:[masked]-2242.

More Background Information about the 2-Minute Film Festival and The Lunar Orbiter Image Recovery Project

Join us under the stars as we reveal this year’s finalists–and give you the chance to vote for your favorite!

See this year’s films and vote for your favorite: www.2mff.cmoa.org/category/2014

Each year, we pick a unique theme and ask filmmakers to submit their finest—and shortest—films to our 2-Minute Film Festival. To celebrate the interstellar premiere of Extraterrestrial: The Lunar Orbiter Image Recovery Project, part of the Hillman Photography Initiative’s Invisible Photograph documentary series, this year’s filmmakers explored the concept of outer space. With so much room for interpretation, we received a wide array of stellar entries from across the country and around the globe, and we can’t wait to share them with you!

Summer is blasting off at Carnegie Museum of Art in 2014! To celebrate the interstellar premiere of Extraterrestrial: The Lunar Orbiter Image Recovery Project, part of the Hillman Photography Initiative’s Invisible Photograph documentary series, this year’s festival encourages filmmakers to explore the concept of outer space. Feel free to interpret the theme however you like, and follow your imagination, whether it takes you to the edges of the cosmos or into your own backyard.

Using “outer space” as a prompt, create a video short of any kind: live-action or animated, documentary, mockumentary, fictional, or non-narrative. Your video should be two minutes or less in length.

http://2mff.cmoa.org/about/



Check out this great article from the Post Gazette http://www.post-gazette.com/ae/movies/2014/07/09/2-minute-film-festival-goes-to-the-moon/stories/201407090003

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  • Mark

    Although this is a FYI/Non-Hosted Event with various activities and films being screened inside the Carnegie Museums (which will also be very busy with many visitors for this highly anticipated event), you may wish to arrive early to make it a bit easier to spot others in the Meetup, and also thank Chris who suggested this event and kindly given her number for texting.

    You can see who is attending by accessing your cell phone via the Meetup event link. There are more RSVPs from other Meetup groups (Pittsburgh Arthouse Films) ... here is the link http://www.meetup.com/pittsburgh-arthouse-films/events/188446682/ So please feel free to introduce yourself if you think you spot someone.

    As always, it's also OK if you attend on your own or with family/friends instead.

    I'm sure everyone will have a great time!

    July 9, 2014

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