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Love Your Shorts Film Festival will be held Feb. 10-12, 2012, in Sanford, Florida, a community that embraces the arts, at the Wayne Densch Performing Arts Center.

SHORT FILM SUBMISSION DEADLINE SEPT 30 for Love Your Shorts Film Festival


The Love Your Shorts Film Festival announces its call for short film entries with a "Florida Flavor" category specifically for Florida filmmakers and films made in the state.  Submission details and entry form are available at

The 2012 Love Your Shorts Film Festival (LYSFF) will be held February 10-12 at the Wayne Densch Performing Arts Center in downtown Sanford, Florida.

The LYSFF screens only short films under 30 minutes in length. Films are divided into different blocks for screening. Audience members at each block vote for their favorite film and winners are announced on the spot.

The winning films from each block advance to a final block for a panel of judges to pick the overall festival winner. Winners of each block earn cash prizes and the festival’s award, the “Monroe,” an original piece of metal artwork named after Sanford’s Lake Monroe.

Other events during the festival will include an opening night party, time for filmmaker networking, and a filmmakers panel.

The February 2011 festival was received with much success and allowed the festival to move to a larger venue at the Wayne Densch theater.

“I really enjoyed LYSFF. It had a wonderful community feel and everyone involved was clearly passionate about the art form. Sanford is a beautiful town and it serves as a perfect setting for such an event.” – Charles Frisby, Director of 2011 LYSFF Official Selection “The Hard Road”

“The community was friendly, warm and inviting. They made us feel welcomed, and as a direct result we would love to visit again. Many filmmakers I’ve spoken to have already stated they will be submitting to Love Your Shorts for next year.” - Scott
Schierich, Director of 2011 LYSFF Official Selection and Drama Winner

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