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Capital City Film Fest Fortnight Film Contest Kicks Off

373017_123649344426319_1865716230_nPerhaps you've seen the 'Make a Damn Movie" posters around town.

Tonight marked the kick-off for the Fortnight Film Contest, part of the Capital City Film Fest.  Nearly twenty local teams will each make a short film in fourteen days.  The best will be screened as part of the Film Fest.  This year's CCFF passes include access to a different concert each night as well as access to TEDx Lansing. TEDx tix are on sale (www.tedxlansing.com) as well as full festival passes (which are a measly 50 bucks - www.capitalcityfilmfest.com).

The Capital City Film Fest is welcome reprieve from the East Lansing Film Fest, which is, well, in East Lansing.  Support local film and take advantage of an awesome event--noted thinkers and doers from around the world be in town for TEDx in addition to the film and music offerings.



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