OKC Library Calls For Entries For Teen Film Contest
OKLAHOMA CITY -
The Downtown Library in Oklahoma City is calling for entries for the 5th annual teens' filmmaking contest.
Teenagers in grades 7 through 12 are eligible to enter the annual "I can't Believe I Shot That" Filmmaking Contest, according to officials.
All entries should be submitted to Librarian Kimberly Ann Edwards by Sunday, April 15. Festival screenings will take place at the library on Sunday afternoon, May 6.
Awards will be presented to the first, second, and third place winners, and one more for audience choice.
"I love working with this contest every year," said Edwards. "I am always delighted at the degree of creativity our filmmakers bring to their projects, and there have been times I really didn't know how certain effects were achieved. "
The Downtown Library is located at 300 Park Avenue in Oklahoma City.