Ole Miss is hosting a one-minute film competition for high school students. Entries are due Sept. 21, and, according to the official release, “can be narrative, documentary, experimental or even promotional, but whatever the style, they must be under 60 seconds, including titles and credits.”
Most of us can hold our breath for sixty seconds–it doesn’t seem enough time to tell a story. But short films can be wonderful, and I’ll be happy to help anyone who’s interested in competing.
There are, by the way, cash prizes for winners.