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“You Gotta Minute? If so, watch this” Edmonton Journal Sat Sep 13 2014 Page: E1 / Front Section: Arts & Life Byline: Fish Griwkowsky Source: Edmonton Journal PREVIEW Gotta Minute Film Festival Where: LRT stations, Stanley A. Milner Library and at gottaminutefilmfestival. com ...
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Our Edmonton host Adrienne Lamb chats with local filmmaker Eva Colmers about being featured in the new Gotta Minute Film Festival.
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Gotta Minute Film Festival  … a flicker on a platform screen caught her eye: not the usual sports briefs or news shorts, but ads for a film festival … (Page 21)
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Gotta Minute Film Festival jazzes up LRT – Edmonton filmmakers have a new platform to share their work: the LRT station (PAGE 12).  
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Edmonton student turns abandoned bike into public art – shooting a stop-motion film that she plans on sending to Gotta Minute Film Festival
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In the Blink of an Eye: LRT riders commute will be a little more visual, thanks to a grant from Edmonton Community Foundation. (Page 13)
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The Gotta Minute Film Festival will be playing at an LRT screen near you in September. CJSR talks to Beth Wishart MacKenzie about how you can submit your own film!
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Fri, May 16 – The Capital Region will soon see several new festivals set their roots down in the River City thanks a new ‘seed’ grant being offered by the Edmonton Arts Council. Stephen Williams and Beth Wishart MacKenzie explain what it means to our cultural community.
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The Gotta Minute Film Festival screens 60-second films on LRT station monitors
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