norman film fest

 
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The Norman Film Foundation’s second annual Norman Film Fest is almost upon us. The one-day festival opens at noon on Saturday, Sept. 15, across ten venues over six blocks of downtown Norman.

International, regional, and local films—14 feature-length and 100 short, to be exact—are slated to be screened, and the event also includes industry panel discussions, workshops, tech demonstrations, and family-friendly activities throughout the day.

We’re extremely proud of our own videographer / editor / film buff / idea man Chase for kinda masterminding NFF (though, full disclosure, this was a thing long before we knew him).

All-day screening passes are $20, which is a freaking steal, and other ticket levels are available, too!

Here are just a few of the incredible films accepted into the festival:

Freelancers Anonymous

For those of us who’ve experienced the painful freedom of the freelance grind, as well as those of us who think people who do that must be insane.


Zoo

No trailer spoilers, but…pretty sure I’ll cry at this one.


Lu Over the Wall

It’s an animated film about a mermaid and a rock band. It’s basically a biography of us.

For a full Norman Film Fest schedule and to buy tickets, visit normanfilmfest.com!

About Norman Film Foundation:
Norman Film Fest is the centerpiece event of the Norman Film Foundation, a nonprofit organization with a vision to educate and offer exhibition opportunities for local moviemakers of all ages and bring high-quality independent movies from all parts of the world to their local community, so that the art of film can be shared, experienced, and pursued.

 
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