This annual festival is in its fourth year and is the result of a competition among visual artists to create short films about a neighborhood where they live or come from. Entries were submitted during the month of October and fifteen finalists were chosen. There’s a six thousand dollar prize for the winner.
Ed Dillon is the film festival coordinator for Re/Max, and Kao Choua Vue
is one of the filmmakers who worked with young people to get a
couple of projects into the competition. They visited KFAI and talked with Paul Brohaugh on The Morning Blend.