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presenting sponsors include:


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SUBMISSION INFORMATION:
Submission info for the 2008
TucsonFilm.com ShortFest
is
HERE

PRIZES:
We will present three CASH AWARDS
of $150 each to winning films in these
categories: BEST OF FEST, BEST OF
ARIZONA, and AUDIENCE CHOICE


COMPLETE FEST SCHEDULE:
Theatrical and Online Selections HERE

LAST YEAR'S FESTIVAL:
all about the 2007 TucsonFilm.com
ShortFest
HERE


NEW SHORTFEST STREAMING VIDEO:
The 2007 ShortFest films are online
as part of our FREE streaming film
library
HERE

...and at our new MySpace page HERE

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THE THIRD ANNUAL
2008 TUCSONFILM.COM SHORTFEST

"short films, big ideas"

Saturday, February 9 at the Crossroads Festival Cinema
4811 E Grant Road (near Grant & Swan) in Tucson
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THANK YOU TUCSON FOR ANOTHER FABULOUS SUCCESS!
Several hundred enthusiastic filmlovers joined us for a night celebrating indie film in Tucson. THANK YOU TRUE FILM FANS!

Check back here soon for the best of the fest and our online selections to be added to our FREE streaming film page HERE
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The 2008 TucsonFilm.com ShortFest award winners are:

Film Community Service Award:
Grand Cinemas & Staff

Arizona's Producers Award:
Matter of Chance Productions, Phoenix

Best of Fest:
"Primera Comunion" (CA)

Best of Arizona:
"Drain" (PHX)

Audience Choice: (a ballot box tie!)
"Taxi?" (Spain)
"Delivery" (Germany)


SEE THE SCHEDULE OF SELECTED FILMS HERE

MORE INFORMATION AND FILM DESCRIPTIONS ARE AT OUR MYSPACE PAGE
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TOP: the crowd starts to file in to the Crossroads Theater
for the 2008 TucsonFilm.com ShortFest.
BELOW: Matter of Chance Productions with ShortFest
co-director MIKE ROM (far right).




TOP: Top-notch Crossroads projectionist Jeff Rodenkirch
(right) with ShortFest co-director TIMOTHY GASSEN (left).
BELOW: Filmmaker HAL MELFI (left), MIKE ROM, and
filmmaker STEVE BAYLESS (right).


ABOVE : MIKE ROM (left) with filmmaker BARTON
SANTELLO (right).