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Wiz Motion Studio Launches ‘Blossom Short Film Festival’!

Posted By : Animation Galaxy    At 06-01-2014 22:38:38

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Aligarh. ‘Blossom’ the first short film festival to be held in the city of Aligarh was launched by Wiz Motion Studio today. The festival has been launched online and has opened its call for entries for budding filmmakers across the country to show their Innovative skills. Varun Mehta, the owner/founder of the studio ‘Wiz’ announced the festival on the revamp event which was held on 28th of December. The festival asks for short films to be under 3 minutes and reportedly welcome all genres like action, comedy, documentary, animation etc.
The Winning short film shall receive a Cash Prize award along with a shinning trophy and certificate. The runner ups shall also receive fair prizes. All participants should be of Indian origin and 18 of age at the time of the participation. Only the films produced after March 2011 are eligible for participation. The films can be mailed directly to [email protected] for participation.

The festival shall take place at Wiz studios, Shakti Nagar, Gular road on 8th of March 2014. The participants are required to send their films before March 1st 2014 which is the deadline. The festival shall be supported by some leading educational Institutions and Organizations. SAID (Society for Animation in Delhi) and Tagore Public School from Aligarh shall take part as ‘Official’ Event Supporters for the programme. 'The event has supported by the media partners - Animationgalaxy and Launch & Updates.

On the occasion, Varun said “I am glad that this is a first kind of a short film festival we will be having in the city. It will be annual event and we would witness the celebrations every year besides recognizing various unique talents”. Varun also said that he has plenty of plans in his mind to promote the festival in around the city. 

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