Vote for a short film in IFF’s 48-Hour Film Competition

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Somehow, this weekend, a bunch of student filmmakers from across the country managed to write, film, and edit some short films in 48 hours for the Ivy Film Festival’s 48-Hour Film Competition.

Filmmakers were given a prompt and had between 8 p.m. on Friday and 8 p.m. on Sunday to cook up a short film. It is with great admiration that IFF and BlogDH are announcing two things: 1. the submissions are up (and included below), and 2. you can now vote for a film that tickles your fancy (or your mind, heart and soul). Voting will be open until Saturday.

Check out a brief list of the submissions and a little bit about each film:

DonJuan.Com:

http://vimeo.com/79633237

A documentarian tells a story about “love,” “loss,” “life itself,” and an attempt to woo women through various personas.

The Miserable Mermaid:

Will this thirsty mermaid find true love on land? Or is she destined for a lifetime of snarky questions about her tail?

Akhbar:

One mediocre psychic tries to keep his premonition from coming true. But meddling can make things worse, even if you do have ESP.

Bed, Bath, and Beyond:

What happens when you go to sleep in your bed and wake up in your bathtub? This is one man’s quest for the answers.

De-Evolved:

http://vimeo.com/79633037

In a world where technology can no longer come to the rescue, three friends attempt to navigate the challenge of ordering take out.

Fortunes for Kids:

This movie brings a whole new kind of psychic to Thayer Street. One that can only read the future for those 21 and under.

You can vote for a submission by clicking here

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