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Radio Gallery 06-29-2011: 10 Second Film Festival

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Lillian Egner, the program and volunteer manager at The Soap Factory, joins Radio Gallery this week to share details about the upcoming 10 Second Film Festival. It is an exciting event that will take place on July 4th directly following the fireworks at St. Anthony Main.

By Liz Pedersen and Maija Morton

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Radio Gallery 06-29-2011: 10 Second Film Festival

The Soap Factory describes itself as a "laboratory for artistic experimentation and innovation, dedicated to supporting artists and engaging audiences through the production and presentation of contemporary art in a unique and historic environment." Egner, the program and volunteer manager at The Soap Factory, joins Radio Gallery to talk about the upcoming Ten Second Film Festival. It is a free outdoor film festival that screens the top 100 ten second films. Egner explains how each film is unique and unexpected because the only rule to submit a film is that it must be 10 second long. She also shares the way in which the idea for the film festival began and their unique way of creating categories for the festival. It is an excellent opportunity to celebrate the Fourth of July with fireworks, music, films, and laughter. The Ten Second Film Festival takes place on July 4th after the St. Anthony Main fireworks on The Soap Factory lawn, located in Minneapolis, MN.

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Radio Gallery airs Wednesdays at 4pm and Thursdays at 7:45am and is brought to you by:

WIth funding provided by
Ampers and The Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund

and
The Duluth Public Arts Commission

Former Program Director, Maija Jenson teaches journalism in the Department of Communication at UMD and was a part of KUMD 2008-2019. She hosted a weekly arts program "Radio Gallery." She shares a lifetime of public radio listening, degrees in journalism and art and 20 years of public radio experience with KFAI, WHA, WSUM and KUMD.
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