M60: Montreal 60 second film festival launch party

Thursday, July 14, 2011 - 00:30 to 05:00

On July 13, the only chance for Montreal's filmmakers to sign up for the city's fourth annual festival of one-minute films. M60, the Montreal 60 Second Film Festival, has no judges, no jury, no prizes and no submission fees. It accepts filmmakers on a first-come, first-served basis, welcoming amateurs and professionals alike. But there's only one way to take part - by registering at our party on July 13. Once filmmakers have registered, they will learn the (top secret!) theme of this year's festival - and have one month to complete their movies.

This year, M60 will be enjoying its biggest-ever screenings, at the Rialto theatre on September 16 and 17. All are welcome to the party on July 13, which includes not just filmmaker registration - but a free party with some of Montreal's finest performers. Musical sets by local stars Ariel Engle and Wind-Up People, comedy courtesy of Montreal Improv, plus free games, DJs, and fantastic one-of-a-kind door-prizes. Learn about the festival, chat with filmmakers, meet film lovers, and celebrate the summer with Montreal's film-festival-that- could. 

Casa del Popolo
4873 boul. St-Laurent
Montreal , QC
45° 31' 19.4628" N, 73° 35' 26.3112" W
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M60 Film Fest

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