Delta launches film festival

The City of Delta is encouraging local filmmakers to get create and showcase their talents and love of their community with a brand new film festival.

Film entries are being sought from Delta artists ages 15 to 25 that will be shown at the North Delta Centre for the Arts in February as part of Heritage Week 2020.

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But there is a catch – all films can only be three minutes long.

This year’s theme is The Culture of Heritage: Place and Space and can be interpreted any way you see fit in narrative, documentary or animated form. Do you have a collection of Tiktoks that fit the theme? Send them in.

Once submitted along with the application form, it will be reviewed by a panel of judges before being shown to the public on Feb. 21.

Submissions are due Monday, Jan. 20 by 5 p.m.

Visit Delta.ca/3MinuteFilmFestival to apply.

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