Very short films sought

PORT ANGELES — Peninsula College is accepting entries for its 2023 Very Short Film Festival through Wednesday, March 1.

Submissions in this year’s theme of “Dating” must be from 1 minute to 10 minutes in length.

The theme will be loosely interpreted and “may include anything from carbon dating to edible dates (those sticky, sweet things), to humans dating humans,” according to a press release.

Students from the winter quarter Drama 124 class will serve as festival judges under the supervision of Lara Starcevich and Mark Schwartz, co-teachers for the course.

Submissions must be in MP4 format and should be sent to

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