Filmmakers Urged to Capture River in Sixty Seconds

It seems that the technology required to make a film becomes less expensive and more accessible with each passing day.

Now wanna-be directors can test their film making skills against a truly worthy challenge – to make a sixty second film that showcases and appreciates the urban riverfront in Minneapolis.

The Minneapolis Riverfront Partnership is sponsoring a festival of very short films that celebrate a connection between the city and the Mississippi.

Linda Mack is chair of the board for the Partnership.  She spent many years as an architecture reporter for the Star Tribune.

She stopped by KFAI and talked with Ryan Dawes, who had a very pointed question for her. 

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