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Minneapolis Riverfront Partnership presents the Minneapolis Minute Festival

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image001The Minneapolis Riverfront Partnership presents the Minneapolis Minute Festival; One River: One Minute, Your Vision. Enter your One Minute-Long Film/DVD visual essay on the Mississippi River in Minneapolis. Create your vision that showcases an appreciation for ─ or the future potential of ─ the urban riverfront in Minneapolis. Inform, energize and inspire – all in 60 seconds! To inform, energize and inspire how and why the river enlivens our city. Films will be judged by a panel of experts; awards premiered and announced at the Partnership's annual event, the Minneapolis Riverfront Summit, on Monday, October 20, at the Mill City Museum.

Call for Entries; Deadline September 4, 2014.

For the competition, the Mississippi River has been divided into four categories:
• River Gorge: Ford Dam to Washington Ave Bridge
• Downtown Riverfront: Washington Ave Bridge to Plymouth Bridge
• River North: Plymouth Bridge to Lowry Bridge
• Upper Harbor: Lowry Bridge to City Border

Originality applauded. For full terms and conditions, file formats and "How to Submit", see www.mississippiminute.org; Facebook at facebook.com/MississippiMinute;
Twitter: twitter.com/msriverminute. All entries must be received by end of day, 9/4/14.

The Minneapolis Riverfront Partnership seeks to raise awareness of the Mississippi River, one of America's greatest rivers, a natural wonder and a national park. Revitalization has helped reclaim portions of the Minneapolis Riverfront, but much of it is still inaccessible and in places virtually invisible.
 

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