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Guam Int'l Film Festival accepting submissions

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by Krystal Paco

Guam - The Guam International Film Festival is now accepting entries for its fourth annual event scheduled for September. You can get submission forms online on their official website at GuamFilmFestival.org.

Executive director J.D. Iriarte said, "With each year we have grown not just in numbers but in interest and in exposure and with international notoriety this year we are very excited because we are really excited to see what is going to come to us and that's why we are calling out for the submissions."

Festival categories for both feature-length and short films include narrative, documentary, animation, made in the Marianas, music video and student under 18. GIFF was founded by filmmakers Don and Kel Muna in 2011. 

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