Palo Alto Weekly

Arts & Entertainment - April 20, 2012

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FILMS WANTED ... Now in its second year, the Palo Alto International Film Festival is accepting film submissions for the September festival through May 15. All genres of feature and short films can be submitted, and there's also a category for "local student shorts": student filmmakers must be Bay Area residents. According to its website, paiff.net, the festival recognizes innovation, focusing on "3D, animation, science fiction, digital filmmaking, movies on science and technology," among others. The lineup will be announced in August, with the festival scheduled for Sept. 27-30, mainly at downtown Palo Alto venues.

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