3rd Annual Drug War Vigil Film Festival and Contest 5/28/04

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The 3rd Annual Drug War Vigil Film Festival will take place in a Vancouver theater (to be announced) on September 24-25, 2004. The Drug War Vigil Memorial Group, which was founded in the fall of 2000, will again sponsor a film contest affiliated with the festival, and is calling for submissions.

To enter, send the Group your films or 30 minutes or less on any topic related to cannabis, drugs and the drug war or harm reduction, in VHS tape or Hi-8 or digital-8 format. The films will be screened and judged by participants in the Festival as well as by viewed of Pot-TV (http://www.Pot-TV.net). Grand prize award is $2,000 US, 2nd place award $1,000, 3rd place $500, new special $500 prize for best short.

To entry, you must register your film for entry. To do so, send an e-mail ASAP to [email protected] to let the Group know your intention to enter the contest. Include the projected length of your work. Registration is free. The Group must receive your finished film by September 10. Send it to: D.W.V. c/o BCMP Bookshop, 307 W. Hastings, Vancouver, BC V6B 1H6, CANADA.

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