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Kent Fest in Connecticut Looking for Films

GrungeFilmStrip The Kent Film Festival, a grassroots organization dedicated to the development and education of artists with independent visions, is taking submissions for its fourth annual event. In the heart of Litchfield County, Conn., KFF focuses on the art and craft of filmmaking and gives filmmakers a platform to reach the best possible audience for their work. The fest also provides many incentives and opportunities to create a regional "film buzz."

Established in 2006, KFF has attracted capacity crowds to screenings, galas, panels, and seminars. Special guests who have made the trip include documentarian Albert Maysles, who presented a master class in 2008, and actors Lynn Redgrave, Campbell Scott, and Elizabeth Perkins as presentors.

The fest is slated March 26 to 29, 2009. Submit your flicks (features, shorts, documentaries, animation, or experimental) by Dec. 31.

--Anna Bengel

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